The quickest and most comfortable way to reach Reggio Emilia is the Alta Velocità/High Speed line that cuts travel times to and from its major hubs in half.
Reggio Emilia AV Mediopadana Station (Via Città del tricolore, Reggio Emilia), designed by Spanish architect and sculptor Santiago Calatrava Valls.
Mediopadana Station is linked to the city center by Bus n. 9 (get off/on at the Caserma Zucchi stop)
Reggio Emilia AV Mediopadana Station/ High Speed
• Reggio > Milano: 45′
• Reggio > Torino: 1 hr, 44′
• Reggio > Bologna: 20′
• Reggio > Firenze: 50′
• Reggio > Roma: 2 hr, 20′
• Reggio > Napoli: 3 hr, 35′
Info: Casa Italo Biglietteria
Business hours: 07:30 – 21:00
Telephone: 892 020
Info: FS Biglietteria
Business hours: 07 – 21
Telephone: 892 021
Stazione Centrale di Reggio Emilia/Regional or Intercity lines
Railway passengers using the Regional or Intercity lines arrive instead at Stazione Centrale di Reggio Emilia (Piazzale Marconi, 1 Reggio Emilia)
Central Station is a 10 minute walk from Teatro Municipale Valli.
• Reggio > Modena: 12′
• Reggio > Parma: 20′
For those who wish to arrive by plane, Bologna-Borgo Panigale Airport is the largest and offers the best connections. It is located 68 km from Reggio Emilia, which can be easily reached in a 50 minute drive on the A1 Motorway or by shuttle bus to Bologna Centrale Railway Station and taking a train from there
info and schedules: www.bologna-airport.it
info and schedules: https://www.parma-airport.it
info and schedules: www.aeroportoverona.it
Milano Linate Airport
info and schedules: www.milanolinate-airport.com
Milano Malpensa Airport
info and schedules: www.milanomalpensa-airport.com
Reggio Emilia is on the A1 Motorway running from Milano to Napoli by way of Bologna, Firenze and Roma. Exit/Entrance: Reggio Emilia.