Bologna Centrale railway station

in Bologna, Italy

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Viale Pietro Pietramellara, 29, 40121 Bologna BO, Italy
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N44° 30' 20.88" E11° 20' 30.12"   (44.5058, 11.3417)
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Bologna Centrale is a railway station in Bologna, Italy. The station is situated at the northern edge of the city centre. It is located at the southern end of the Milan-Bologna high-speed line, which opened on 13 December 2008, and the northern end of three lines between Bologna and Florence: the original Bologna-Florence line through Porretta Terme and Pistoia; the Bologna–Florence Direttissima via Prato, which opened on 22 April 1934 and the Bologna-Florence high-speed line, which opened to traffic on 13 December 2009.
Bologna Central Station is the fifth-busiest in Italy in terms of passenger movements (about 58 million passengers per year). It is, however, one of the busiest, along with Rome Termini Station, for the number of train movements per day (about 800).


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Bologna Centrale railway station

Address: Viale Pietro Pietramellara, 29, 40121 Bologna BO, Italy