Getting to and around Emilia Romagna is easy: the region, thanks to its geographic location, is easily accessible from all of the major roads, highways and train lines in Italy. Moreover, it also has four airports and numerous well-equipped ports.
Moving around in the region is easy thanks to a large network of public transportation which can be checked out at "Getting around: public transport". Here you can use the map to select the routes which most interest you by bus, train, ferry or by ski-bus or cable cars; there are even shuttle buses for the airports.
Moreover, convenient and easy to use, with the new ticket “Mi Muovo Multibus” it is now possible to take all the buses in Emilia Romagna. And for those who just need to get around Bologna there are "Mi Muovo citypiù ticket" and "Mi Muovo citypiù mese".
Motorway A1 Milan-Naples links the region to important motorway junctions: in Parma with the A15 from La Spezia, in Modena with the A22 from Brenner Pass, in Bologna with A13 from Padua-Venice and the A14 Bologna-Bari. Easy links also to the S.S. 309 Venice-Mestre and the Clearway E 45 Rome - Ravenna.
The allows express connections to Northern, Central and Southern Italy. The Alta Velocità (High-Speed) train connects Bologna and Reggio Emilia to Milan-Ancona-Florence-Rome-Naples. From Europe you can reach Emilia Romagna from the Tarvisio, Brenner, Gotthard and Simplon passes. In this region, another railway service is offered by ITALO for the cities of Reggio Emilia, Bologna and Rimini.
The airports of Parma, Bologna and Rimini connect the region with the most important Italian and European cities with scheduled and charter flights.
The region is connected to the main Italian cities by several bus routes. For more information click on the Local site below: