Welcome reception and Opening session:
Rectorate, Via Zamboni 33, Bologna
Department of Pharmacy and Biotechnology
Via Belmeloro 6, Bologna
How to get to
Bologna, road junction of primary importance since Roman times, is today the center of a transport network of vital importance in Europe and Italy.
Here is a crossroads of the major motorways linking Europe with the south of Italy: the Autostrada del Sole (A1) Milan -Naples; the A13 to Ferrara, Padua, Venice and Trieste and the A14 towards the Adriatic coast (Rimini, Ravenna, Ancona, Bari).
Bologna is the main Italian railway junction, a high-speed line connects it to Florence (37 minutes) Milan (65 minutes) Rome (2 hours and 22 minutes). Venice can be reached in less than an hour and a half.
Guglielmo Marconi International Airport, 15 minutes by bus from the town centre, links Bologna with the main Italian and European airports. It is a major airport in Italy for the number of international destinations served, with a runway for flights with a range up to 5 thousand nautical miles and a modern technology for safety and environmental protection.
From the airport
The monorail train connecting the airport to Bologna central train station, Italian hub of the high-speed trains network and directaccess to the centre of the city.
7-minute rides between airport and city centre. 8,70 euro one way
20 minutes -Approx 25 euro
Rectorate, Via Zamboni 33
Dept. of Pharmacy and Biotechnology, via Belmoloro 6
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