Summer School Venue

Via Vivarelli 2, 41125, Modena – Enzo Ferrari Dept. Of Engineering, Building MO52

How to get to Modena

Bologna “G. Marconi” International Airport

Direct fights to: Paris, Dublin, London, Budapest, Brussels, Berlin, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam and many other cities….

From the airport there are several ways to reach the city:

By bus (SETA)

The Aerbus service from SETA leaves every 2 hours takes 1 hour to get from the Airport to Modena. STOP Via Vignolese for the University campus. One way ticket costs 15€, round trip ticket 25€, ticket can be purchased on board


You should take the shuttle train MARCONI EXPRESS that connect the airport to Bologna Train station (it costs 10€). The BLQ city bus connects the airport to the main Railway Station (Bologna Centrale) every 10 minutes (it costs 6€ and the ticket can be purchased on board ).From Bologna train station you have a train to Modena every 30/60 min 

By Taxi (Tel. +39 059 37 42 42)

At the airport taxi are available to Modena.

Excellent Train Links

high speed train “Mediopadana” station has direct links to many Italian cities including Milan, Turin, Florence and to Rome in less than 3 hours

By Car

Modena-Sud exit from the A1 motorway if you are arriving from the south (Bologna) or take the Modena-Nord exit from the A1 motorway if you are travelling from the North (either Milano or Verona). 

Where to stay

In the era of Booking et al., there is no point in suggesting hotels nearby, Modena is a pretty small city. The conference and the meeting will be in the University Campus Engineering dept. that is 3km far from the city centre.