By car

The motorway A1 Milano-Bologna runs almost parallel to one of the oldest roads of the region Emilia-Romagna. Located at the foot of the first Modenese hills, Formigine lieas south of both these two main roads, and to which it is link through Modena. Drive off A1 at Modena Nord, and you will flow into the bypass immediately, heading south. The bypass ends at the intersection with via Giardini, which leaving Modena it will lead you to Formigine on state road 12  (SS 12). The itinerary is similar for those who arrive from Reggio Emilia through the via Emilia. Another way to reach Formigine is through the road which crosses part of the Ceramic District: from Reggio Emilia take the SS 467 and go through Scandiano and Casalgrande.

 

By camper 
In the area around Formigine you will be able to refill the camper with water and drain the tanks at the waste depot located in Via Copernico, Casinalbo (www.gruppohera.it).

Summer time: Monday to Saturday 3.00 pm – 7.00 pm/ Tuesday to Saturday 8.30 am – 12.30 pm/ Sunday 9.00 am- 12.00 pm.

Winter time: Monday to Saturday 2.00 – 6.00 pm / Tuesday to Saturday 8.30 am – 12.30 pm / Sunday 9.00 am – 12.00 pm

Visitors can also access in the camper parking area located in Via Cameazzo 6, Fiorano Modenese (Info: Camper Club Fiorano 339 7298238).

 

Parking areas

You park your car near the Castle of Formigine:

— without parking disk: Piazza Caduti per la libertà  or Via Pio Donati

— with parking disk: Piazza Pietro Arnò, Piazza Italia and along the roads around the area of the Castle (Via San Francesco, Via Gramsci, Via Zanfrognini).

For coaches and camper, you would be best advised to park in Piazza Ravera, at short walking distance from the centre (except on Saturdays during the market, from 7 am to 3 pm).

Access to Piazza Calcagnini is restricted to authorised-only vehicles.

 

By train

At Modena central station take the Modena-Sassuolo train and get off at Formigine station (for timetables, please check the website www.setaweb.it)

 

By bus coming from Modena or other surrounding areas

For timetables, please check the website www.setaweb.it

 

 

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