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Bologna is the chieftown of Emilia Romagna, a town with 400.000 inhabitants, situated at the boundary with the Padana Plain and with the Apennines. Since ancient times, the town has always been a fixed course in the way from the North to the South of Italy.
Its territory is mostly flat, but it is surrounded by the hills, that are close to the town and create a remarkable natural landscape frame, besides being also important green lungs for Bologna itself.
It is easy to reach Bologna, because of its barycentric position in the Italian context.
You can reach it by car through the motorways A1, A13 and A14.
If you choose to travel by train , you will not have any problems, because the region is crossed by all the most important railway lines and all the public transport means leave from Bologna station, to reach every part of the town.
If you arrive in Bologna by plane, the reference airport is the International Airport G. Marconi, that guarantees scheduled flights to Italy and abroad. In order to connect you with the airport from the town centre and vice versa, you can use the Aerobus, a comfortable bus that drives along the town streets and leaves from the station.
Bologna photographies kindly granted by Provincia di Bologna