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Bologna is the major centre for railway transportation for the region of Emilia Romagna. Which I find rather logical, given that it’s the region’s capital, after all. This is also the only place (or may be one of two places) where you can purchase Trenitalia, Interrail and other rail passes.
When it comes to rail links, there are many trains linking Bologna with other attractive spots in Emilia Romagna (I shall make a separate entry, I think, to deal with the links to other regions). Most of them are regional trains that stop at most stations, including Rimini, Cesena, Forli, Parma,Fidenza, Ravenna and many others. In fact, there are few rail routes that bypass Bologna.
Some faster trains also cross the region and they all stop in Bologna with stops also in Rimini (for Intercity and Eurostar), Forli, Cesena, Faenza, Imola, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Piacenza, and Fidenza (for Intercity trains).
Written Nov 18, 2003
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