Getting to Cersaie 2017 will be easier than ever. The organisers have stipulated an agreement with Trenitalia and Italo which enables visitors to reach Bologna, from 25 to 29 September, with reserved seats on the Freccia Rossa, Freccia Bianca and Freccia Argento trains at reduced prices. Visitors who apply on the Cersaie website will be given reductions of 30% over the best basic fares, 1st and 2nd class fares and Business/Premium/Standard fares on Intercity and Freccia trains departing from any Italian station with direct trips or quick connections. Travellers on Italo, on the other hand, will enjoy discounts of 40% on the basic 1st class fare from any Italian city covered by the service. Reduced fares for the high speed train will be available during September on www.cersaie.it
Visitors can also apply on the Cersaie website for train + local transit packages for day return trips from Milan Central, Turin Porta Nuova, Florence Santa Maria Novella, Rome Termini and Naples Central stations on the high speed trains of Trenitalia and Italo. This will enable the visitor to arrange his entire trip from departure to the Bologna Exhibition Centre.
Packages will also be available which include the return train trip, overnight stay in a 3 or 4 star hotel, and transit from the station to the hotel and station to Cersaie, from Ferrara, Rimini, Padua, Verona, Venice and Florence.
Special offers are also available for air travel. Cersaie has stipulated an agreement with Emirates for a 10% reduction on the best economy and business class fares available in the company's system when the flight is reserved; the promotion is valid from 20 September to 5 October 2017 for all Emirates return fares to Bologna during Cersaie.
Flights with Air Dolomiti from Munich to Bologna, Venice, Verona and Florence will offer the Corporate option for light fares, using the reductions available for higher classes. For full information about travel fare reductions, go to www.cersaie.it
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