The Emilia-Romagna region of the Riviera and cities of art has reopened to once again become the destination of your holidays.
Here you will find all the real-time tourism updates for a safe and worry-free stay.
The A14 motorway, also known as the Bologna-Taranto or Adriatica motorway, is regularly open to traffic.
For up-to-date information on traffic conditions consult Autostrade Italia.
Restoration work on the state, provincial and municipal road network is still going on after the exceptional wave of bad weather that hit some areas of Emilia Romagna.
For up-to-date information please check ANAS Traffic Info (Italian only)
The Bologna-Rimini railway line, as well as the Ferrara-Ravenna-Rimini line has been completely reopened to passenger traffic.
The availability of trains will not be completely normalized immediately and this could lead to some changes to the service and an extension of the journey times.
For up-to-date information, consult the Trenitalia Website (Italian and English).
All Emilia-Romagna airports are open and operational and all flights are confirmed. For flight information consult:
All cruises departing from and arriving at the Ravenna Cruise Terminal (Porto Corsini) are confirmed.
From Comacchio to Cattolica, the beaches of the Riviera Romagnola have been restored and are perfectly accessible. The bathing establishments of the whole coast have resumed their regular activity.
Do you want to know the weather situation in real time on the main beaches of the Romagna Riviera? Click on the place of your interest and discover the webcams of the area
All the amusement parks of the Romagna Riviera have reopened their gates to the public.
The spas are regularly open, with the following exception:
Most of the monuments and cultural places in the cities of art and in the provincial capitals of Romagna are open again. The historic centers of the towns are perfectly accessible, as are their commercial activities.
All of Bologna's main tourist attractions are open and the city's historical center is fully accessible, as are its commercial activities (see webcam).
The Via degli Dei hiking route, which connects the cities of Bologna and Florence through the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, has also reopened with some detours for safe walking.
All major tourist attractions in Imola, including the Rocca Sforzesca and the Civic Museums, are open and operational. The Enzo and Dino Ferrari Autodrome is open regularly and guided racetrack tours are bookable.
All of the city's monuments have reopened. The historical center is perfectly accessible (see webcam).
The MIC - International Museum of Ceramics has reopened, with normal visiting hours.
The San Domenico Museums in Forlì, which host the great exhibition L'Arte della Moda (The Art of Fashion), are now open to the public.
The city's monuments and cultural sites are regularly open. The historic center is perfectly accessible and commercial activities are open.
To find all the tourist information about the location of your next trip, consult the map of regional tourist information and reception offices.