Bologna's airport - Guglielmo Marconi International (BLQ) - is just a few minutes from the city centre, served by taxi and a special bus line called the Aerobus. Marconi Airport also has numerous international connections available, including nonstop flights;
Bologna Centrale is located in the center of the most important roads that unite Italy among North and South, East and West, making it a major crossroads of the Peninsula and a major hub for high speed. The high speed railway line to Bologna is available from Milan, Turin, Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples, etc. Few minutes away from the main historical attractions of the city;
The city is at the junction of the A1, A14 and A13 highways, and so is easily accessible from anywhere in Italy.
HOW TO GET TO MILAN
Milan is very well connected to the major cities in Europe and worldwide thanks its airports: Malpensa Airport - Milan International Airport, Linate Airport, mainly national and european flights Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, main hub for low cost airlines;
Milan is also easy to reach by train thanks to the extensive railway networks of Trenitalia, connecting the city to other major Italian cities as well as European metropolis. Milan Train Station: Milan Central Station (Milano Centrale);
Main highways serving Milan: A1 (Autostrada del Sole) going south to Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples, A8 (Lake Highway), A4, A7, A9.