dimanche 9 décembre 2007


June 27, 2008 - BOLOGNA - Gods Of metal Festival - Arena Parco Nord

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Getting Around in ITALY:

Getting around in Italy by train is easy. You’ll find information on Trenitalia
If you consider buying a rail pass, visit Rail Europe, International Rail or Eurail

ALITALIA and Meridiana have good domestic networks.
Compare domestic flights in Italy with Vola Gratis

Low cost airlines operating in ITALY include:
My Air: Italy's biggest low cost carrier.
ALITALIA is not a low cost, but has reduced a lot its fares and you can find some really good deals with them.
Vueling is one of the few low cost airlines providing flights directly to Bologna.
Air Berlin
Central Wings
Easy Jet

Vola Gratis will compare all of them.


From the UK and Ireland to ITALY :

If you want a non stop flight, try ALITALIA's promotional fares to Bologna.
Meridiana will get you to nearby Firenze.

There is also Easy Jet. They fly to some airports nearby.

Compare low cost airlines prices on WEGOLO.

You can also use these search engines:
Open Jet
Last Minute


ALITALIA and Lufthansa and German Wings have direct flights to Bologna.

TUI Fly and Air Berlin fly to nearby airports.

To compare prices, try the Bravo Fly search engine

Check also Expedia search engine.

If coming from France to ITALY

You can take a direct Night train to Bologna from several cities in France. Book it on TGV website.

For non stop flights from Paris to Bologna, check Vueling, My Air, ALITALIA and Air France.

My Air has a direct flight from Bordeaux to Bologna.

To compare low cost prices for low cost carriers, try the Bravo Fly andWEGOLO, search engines.

Check also the following sites, which have good flight search engines:
Terminal A, Nouvelles Frontieres, Voyages Sncf and Vivacances

If coming from Spain to ITALY

Vueling is your best bet, as you have direct flights from Madrid to Bologna. ALITALIA also offers good deals to Italy and direct flights to Bologna.

My Air has a direct flight from Ibiza to Bologna, and flies from Mainland Spain to many cities in Italy.

Compare prices of there airlines using BravoFly, Destinia and Wegolo .

You will find also good deals from low cost and regular airlines on Terminal A, Marsans and Expedia

If coming from Austria to ITALY

Austrian Airlines has “Red Ticket” offers, very cheap, and flies directly to Bologna.
SKY EUROPE and Air Berlin / Niki fly to nearby airports.

From The Netherlands to ITALY:

KLM has direct flights to Bologna.
TRANSAVIA flies to Rome, Venice and Pisa.

If coming from Switzerland to ITALY
You can take the train to Bologna. Book it on the TGV site.
If you prefer to fly, check Opodo.

If coming from Belgium to ITALY

Terminal A will find you all flights, including Low Cost, to Bologna. You can also go by train to Paris and on to Bologna. Timetables and bookings on the TGV


If coming from Slovakia or the Czech republic to ITALY

SKY EUROPE flies to Milan, Rome and Venice.

If coming from Denmark to ITALY
Sterling flies from Copenhague to Florence and Venice

If coming from Sweden to ITALY
Sterling flies direct to Bologna from Stockholm.

The following search engines can be useful :
Go To Gate


If coming from Norway to ITALY

Sterling flies from Oslo to Florence, Rome and Venice.

flies to Rome, Pisa and Venezia.

You have the following search engines to compare your prices :
Ebookers Norway
Go To Gate



If coming from Poland to ITALY

You're really lucky! Central Wings flies from Krakow and Warsaw to Bologna direct.


Going from The United States or Canada to ITALY

You are really lucky! Eurofly, Meridiana's long haul low cost carrier, has direct flights from New York to Bologna !!!

Try also these search engines

Travelocity US
Travelocity Canada
Economy travel
Air France USA
Air France Canada

Going From Australia to Italy

Expedia Australia and Zuji have good search engines.

Going from Latin America to LONDON

The best search engine for American countries (including Brazil, The Caribbean and the US) is Despegar.

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