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Get In and Around Bologna

The city is at the junction of the A1, A14 and A13 highways, and as such is easily accessible [to its outskirts] from anywhere in Italy.

Most traffic from Milan would exit the A1 and take the Tangenziale, but beware this road at rush hour because it is horrendously packed. Expect to take 2 hours from the A1 exit to the Tangenziale to the centre at certain peak times over summer busy week ends, especially at the beginning and end of August.

Looking at the map of the city, (it's possible to get a free one at the Tourist Information Centre in Piazza Maggiore), the first thing to do for orientating yourself is to find the Due Torri landmark, which stays in the centre of the free map. The centre of the city is surrounded by the Viali, a circular road easily recognizable. The northeast quadrant of the map is the university district (which unlike US campus is an integral part of the city and not a separate compound). The two southern quadrants of your city map are residential sections of the city, and it's not a common tourist-area. However, walking outside the city centre, further to the south, you will come upon hills. There is, as well, the Giardini Margherita, the largest park of the city.

Modified: 2006-12-04 08:28:05+01
Source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Bologna


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