Cesena can easily be reached
By plane: there is an airport in Bologna (Marconi Airport) (from the airport there is a taxi or an aerobus-BLQ (www.aerobus.bo.it) to the Bologna railway station – Aerobus is a shuttle service run by TPER, Bologna’s local transport company, connecting Bologna Airport with the city centre and the railway station. It runs every 11 minutes every day of the year, making it the most convenient way to reach the city centre. Then from the Bologna railway station you can take a train to Cesena (about 1 hour)
By train: there are direct local or long distance trains to Cesena from the main Italian railway stations. Info regarding the time and routes of the trains are available on the site www.trenitalia.it.
By car: Cesena is well connected with the rest of Italy, thanks to a very good motorway network. The city is positioned along the A14 motorway which connects it to Bologna and Milan going North and to Bari going South. The City has two motorway exits: Cesena Nord and Cesena. To plan your travel by car you can use the site www.viamichelin.com.