Support and F.A.Q
7’30” from the “Guglielmo Marconi” Airport to the city center (Bologna Centrale Railway Station).
Marconi Express runs every 7’30” during peak hours and every 10 to 15 minutes during the rest of the day.
Marconi Express operates from 5:40 AM to midnight, 365 days a year.
A single ticket costs € 8,70; discounts are available for families and groups. Children under the age of 4 travel for free. For more information, see the “Fares“ section.
The ticket can be purchased on the “Marconi Express” website, with the apps Muver and Roger, at the ticket vending machines in each station and in the baggage claim area of the airport, at the “Bologna Welcome” information points, at the Tper ticket offices, and in many shops at the airport, railway station and city centre. You can also access the service directly with your contactless credit card or device.
Families (up to 2 adults and 3 children between 5 and 16 years old) and groups of 10 or more are entitled to a discount available only online on the “Marconi Express” website. Further information can be found in the “Fares” section.
No, it’s not possible. However, the service provides a train every 7’30” during rush hour, so the average waiting time is of only a few minutes.
Each passenger can bring along 2 carry-on suitcases (maximum size 80x50x50 cm).
The “Marconi Express” travels on a dedicated monorail, which minimizes the risk of service alterations. However, if for any reason the service should be interrupted, the information will be available in real time on the website and a replacement bus service will be promptly activated.
From the city centre go to the Bologna Centrale railway station, where you can:
- Enter the train station from the “Piazza Medaglie d’Oro” entrance and then follow the signs for the “Marconi Express”;
- Enter the station from the “via de ‘Carracci” entrance, from where you can directly access the “Marconi Express” station.
Those who have reached the railway station by train can access the “Marconi Express” station by following the signs, without the need to leave the railway station.
Once you leave the “Arrivals” area, follow the signs for “Marconi Express”: the station is on the first floor (“Departures” floor) and is connected to the terminal by a pedestrian walkway.
The “Marconi Express” station is located in the immediate vicinity of the terminal. Once you get off the train, you can reach the “Departures” area via a pedestrian walkway.
The “Marconi Express” is entirely accessible independently by people with reduced mobility.
Select the tickets you’d like to buy, insert your e-mail and click on “Proceed with purchase”. Flag the field “Do you need an electronic invoice?”. At the end of the transaction you’ll be requested the necessary information.
Yes, for further details please refer to the mobility manager of your company.