How to Reach

By air, land and sea

Set in a strategic location on Italy's road, motorway and railway network, Romagna is easy to get to if you’re travelling by car or train.


By car

  • A14 Bologna – Bari.
  • Roma-Ravenna E45 dual-carriageway
  • A1 Milano-Napoli
  • A13 Bologna-Padova
  • Adriatic Highway SS16


By train

The railway network provides fast connections with Northern, Central and Southern Italy. 


By plane

The Bologna, Rimini and Forlì airports connect Romagna to major cities across Italy and Europe via scheduled and chartered flights.

The Aeroporto Internazionale Guglielmo Marconi di Bologna is served by major international airlines, providing links between Emilia-Romagna’s capital and a number of cities around the world. 

The region's second largest airport is Rimini airport. The Aeroporto Internazionale Federico Fellini di Rimini lies just a few miles from the city centre and gives travellers access to this seaside resort's famous beaches from an array of cities around the world, particularly those outside of Europe. 

Lastly, the "Luigi Ridolfi" airport of Forlì, the closest airport to Bologna airport, counts among its destinations some of the most famous Italian and European destinations.


By bus


Ports in Romagna

If you intend to travel by sea, Romagna has a number of marinas and commercial ports on the Adriatic

Provincia di Rimini
Cattolica - Marina di Cattolica - Portoverde - Riccione - Rimini Porto Canale - Marina di Rimini - Bellaria 

Provincia di Forlì-Cesena
Cesenatico Porto Canale - Cesenatico DarsenaCesenatico Onda Marina

Provincia di Ravenna 
Cervia Porto CanaleMarina Di Cervia - Porto di Ravenna - Ravenna Marinara - Marina Di Ravenna - Porto Corsini - Marina Romea - Casalborsetti - Porto Reno

Provincia di Ferrara
Porto Garibaldi - Marina Degli Estensi - Foce del Po Di Volano - Cantiere Nautico Brancaleoni - Nautica Mondo - Marina di Goro - Gorino Ferrarese

Last update 04/10/2021