The Laboratory of Autoamation and
Robotics is located by the Faculty of Engineering, in Viale Risorgimento
Once you get inside the Faculty, it is
possible to ask for informations at the central porter's lodge, on the
right of the entrance.
LAR telephone and fax numbers are:
Tel.: +39 051 2093068
Fax: +39 051 2093073
Walking from the city center
From the city center (Piazza Maggiore),
you walk through Via D'Azeglio, since you get to the cross-road between
Via de' Carbonesi and Via Farini. Now you go on with Via de' Carbonesi,
Via Collegio di Spagna and Via Saragozza. Once you arrive in Piazza di
Porta Saragozza, cross it and go on with Via Saragozza. On your left there
is Viale Risorgimento, a street with an ascent (on your left there are
the Cassarini' Gardens). The Faculty of Engineering is located on the top
of the ascent.
Information: the bus service (ATC), tel.
051-24.83.74. You cannot buy tickets on board. You may purchase them either
at "tobacco shops" that display the big "T" shield outside, or at newsagents.
The current one-way ticket costs 1500 lire. Multi-ride tickets "city-pass"
can be obtained at discount prices.
From the airport
to the railway
Bus 91B connects the airport to the railway
station. You may also take a taxi from the airport. The trip is around
20 minutes (barring traffic jams) and should cost around 25000 lire. For
airport information, call 31.15.78 or 31.22.59. Bologna has direct flights
to and from NY(USA), Barcellona(E), Bruxelles(B), Frankfurt(D), Lisbon(P),
London(GB), Milan(I), Munich(D), Nice(F), Paris(F), Rome(I), Vienna(A)
From the railway station
When you exit the station, you have the
bus stop in front of you. You have to take the bus number 33. The trip
takes about 10 minutes. The direction of travel with respect to the station
exit is towards the right. The number 33 bus goes on with the "Viali":
you have to get off at the "Liceo Righi" bus stop. Bologna is the most
important railway node in Italy and is quickly reachable by train from
all major Italian cities as well as many other European cities. Approximate
train travel times to/from Bologna: Rome: 4 hours; Milan: 2 hours; Venice:
2 hours; Florence: 1 hour.
From Milano (A1) exit at Bologna
Borgo Panigale, from Padova (A13) exit at Bologna Arcoveggio, from
Ancona (A14) exit at Bologna S. Lazzaro, from Firenze (A1)
exit at Bologna Casalecchio. Take the "Tangenziale" and exit at "Fiera
District" (number 7). Follow Via Stalingrado in the direction "centre"
until you reach the "Viali", a three lane road for each direction. "Viali"
sorround the city centre which is closed to traffic until 8.00 p.m. Once
you arrive to "Viali", go on to Porta Saragozza (south-east). Once you
are in Porta Saragozza, you turn right to Via Saragozza and after about
50 meters, you turn left to Via Albergati. At the end of Via Albergati,
you turn left (it is a one way street) and you are at the main entrance
of the Faculty of Engineering.