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Emilia Romagna

1 of 4 - Bologna Centrale Railway Station
Trenitalia and Italo high-speed trains connect the Bologna railway station to Italy's major cities, including Milan, Turin, Verona, Bolzano, Rome and Naples. From Bologna station, you can also travel around the region on Trenitalia's regional railway network.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com, www.italotreno.it
2 of 4 - Bologna Guglielmo Marconi International Airport
The airport is served by major international airlines. You can transfer to Bologna from the airport using the Aerobus shuttle service or the Marconi Express monorail line. Several bus connections are available to various destinations in the region.
Useful links
www.bologna-airport.it
3 of 4 - Reggio Emilia Railway Station
Trenitalia and Italo high-speed trains connect Reggio Emilia railway station to Italy's major cities, including Milan, Turin, Verona, Bolzano, Rome and Naples. From Reggio Emilia station, you can also travel around the region on Trenitalia's regional railway network.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com, www.italotreno.it
4 of 4 - Rimini Federico Fellini International Airport
Rimini Airport is the second largest in the region. The airport is only a few km from the city centre and ensure access to this seaside resort's beaches.
Useful links
riminiairport.com
Emilia Romagna

A network of cities of art, small villages, seaside and mountain resorts rich in history and tradition, where you can discover the source of good living and a deep-rooted sense of hospitality. Emilia Romagna, a land of a thousand discoveries: Bologna, Parma, Ravenna, Ferrara, the Motor Valley, the Wellness Valley and the Food Valley are just some destinations. You may perhaps follow the Via Emilia, one of the most important consular roads in Roman times and still today a route embracing the many facets and features of the region. Every city and every village uphold the flavours and traditions of the past, while also being absolutely contemporary. They can also be discovered over routes on foot or two wheels. Don't miss the Romagna Riviera where long sandy beaches are perfect for families and meet the needs of sports lovers and kids looking for fun.

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Discover the homeland of well-being, culture, motors, nature and good food.

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So many experiences in contact with nature, where well-being, enjoyment and good food merge with ancient culture.

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