University of Bologna (Università di Bologna)

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Bologna University
(Bologna, Italy)

Bologna is linked to major Italian cities, such as Rome and Florence, by fast, accessible motorways. Transport within the city is very convenient, as the roads are well-developed and traffic is well managed by the city's zoning system. They can tour around the city using its efficient public transport system that includes buses, trains, taxis, and cars for hire.

The A1 Autostrada del Sol is Bologna's main roadway artery. It skirts the city to the north and makes travel to other Italian cities possible. Visitors can take the A13 to get to Rimini and Ravenna or the A14 to get to Padua.

Visitors can rent a car at the car rental desks located at most hotels and other tourist locales. They can book for a car over the phone or in some cases, over the Internet. Most car rental services require a photocopy of the driver's license and a security deposit.

Travel by Air

Visitors who come to Bologna by plane arrive at the Bologna International Airport or at the Forli Airport. The Bologna International Airport is 6 km / 4 miles from the city centre. It has two terminals, a very spacious parking space, restaurants, and a tourist information booth.

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Car Parking

There are a lot of parking spaces near Bologna's main transport facilities. Just a few of the many are Fiera Michelino (with more than 3,600 slots), Piazza Constituzione (with more than 1,000 slots) and Nord Dozza (which has more than 800 slots).

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Travel by Trains and Rail

The Stazione Centrale is Bologna's main train station. It connects the city to other Italian cities such as Florence, Ravenna, Milan, and Venice. It is located in the city's norther side and is only 10 minutes away from the popular Piazza Maggiore.

Travel by Buses and Coachl

Visitors can take the bus at the Azienda Trasporti Comunali located at Piazza XX Settembre. It has regular bus services to the other regions in Italy. There are some buses that travel outside the country like in Lisbon, Madrid, or Berlin. Local buses are available throughout the city. Booklets of bus tickets are available at many convenience stores.

Travel by Taxi

Taxis are widely available in Bologna, but they charge expensive fares. Bookings and scheduled trips can be made over the phone.

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