Sunday, 7 January 2007

Northern Italy Travel Tips

Airline connections link the rest of Europe with the cities of Milan, Turin, Bologna, Pisa, Florence, Verona, and Venice. Major roads and railroads also provide excellent links to cities all over Europe. Transport services are very efficient, with highways and railroads along both coasts, and across the area’s main east to west axis at the foot of the Alps. Milan, Verona, and Bologna are the key transportation hubs, while Florence forms the focus of links to the south.

Florence has good fast roads that link to Pisa to the west, Rome and Siena to the south, and Bologna to the north. If you are traveling to Venice by road, you will see that Venice is joined to the mainland by a causeway. This provides easy access to highway links with Verona and Padua while traveling around northernItaly.

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