Practical Information

Practical Information

Travel Information

By train

Bologna Central Station (Piazza Medaglie d’Oro) is served by the national train company (Trenitalia) and by private companies, like Italo (http://www.italotreno.it), which offer high-speed rail services from the most important Italian cities to Bologna. The station is also served by high frequency regional trains (http://www.trenitalia.com/). Bologna Central Station is very close to the University (via Azzo Gardino 23), which you can reach by foot in about 10 minutes.
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By bus

Bologna Coaches station, served by national and European companies, is located in Piazza XX settembre 6. You can get to the University by foot in about 15 minutes.
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By plane

Guglielmo Marconi Airport (Via Triumvirato 84) is connected to the city center (it takes about 30 minutes) by the regional bus service (TPER: http://www.tper.it/), which offers high frequency buses (BLQ line) for 6 Euros. The Airport is also served by two taxi companies: Co.ta.bo (+39 051 372727), and Radiotaxi (+39 051 4590).
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By car

The metropolitan area of Bologna is the crossroad of the major italian motorways: “Autostrada del Sole” (A1) Milan-Naples; “A13” to Ferrara, Padua, Venice and Trieste and “A14” towards the Adriatic coast (Rimini, Ravenna, Ancona, Bari).
Northern Route from Bologna Arcoveggio Exit to Via Azzo Gardino 23, via Autostrada A13 Bologna-Padova:
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Southern Route from Asse Attrezzato Sud-Ovest to Via Azzo Gardino 23, via Autostrada A1 Milano-Napoli:
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Southern Route from Tangenziale nord/E45 to Via Azzo Gardino 23, via Autostrada A14 Bologna-Taranto:
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