For whom arriving from the North side: motorway A1, the A21 Torino-Piacenza and then the A22 from Brennero Pass.
For whom arriving from Tarvisio/Venezia: with the motorway A23 to Palmanova, then you have to chose the motorway A4 to Mestre. In Mestre you have to leave the motorway and take the main road SS309 Romea, after more or less 100 km. you’ll find Lido delle Nazioni, then Lido degli Estensi and at least Lido di Spina.
For whom arriving from the West side: you’ll arrive in Bologna through the motorway A1. We advise you to take the motorway A13 towards Padua, leaving at Ferrara-South and then going on to Ferrara-mare towards Portogaribaldi (ca. 60 km.)
For whom arriving from the South side: Adriatica main road 16, motorway A1 and highway E45, which passing by the Appennino, connects Ravenna to Orte-Rome.Info: www.autostrade.it
For whom arriving with the trainthe nearest railway station, is that one of Ravenna, well served from both busses (bus company Ravenna-Lidi) and taxis (radiotaxi phone number 0544-33888)
By BusThe Lidos are reachable through busses from the main Italian cities such as: Milan, Turin, Bergamo, Brescia, Mantua, Vicenza, Padua, Verona...
Direct bus from Bologna
By plane: in Venice”Marco Polo” and in Bologne “G:Marconi”.