Travel Advice from the Organizing Secretariat
Congress venue: Forum Brixen/Bressanone, Via Roma 9, 39042 Bressanone (BZ), Italy
BY PLANE + TRAIN
Closest airports are:
Munich, Germany (260 km / 161 mi)
Innsbruck, Austria (80 km / 50 mi)
Verona, Italy (180 km / 112 mi)
Milan, Italy (330 km / 206 mi)
Venice, Italy (330 km / 206 mi)
Arrival at MUNICH AIRPORT: Take the metro S1 to the central railway station (MUNCHEN Hbf) and then the TRAIN to BRIXEN (BRESSANONE) via INNSBRUCK/BRENNERO. Trains run approximately one train every hour, 3.5 h average trip duration.
Arrival at INNSBRUCK AIRPORT: Take the shuttle bus to the railway station (INNSBRUCK Hbf). It takes 44 minutes, and then the TRAIN to BRIXEN (BRESSANONE) via BRENNERO. Trains run approximately one train every 45 min, 1.5 h average trip duration.
Arrival at MILAN LINATE AIRPORT: Take the Air Bus Shuttle to Milan Central railway station (MILANO STAZIONE CENTRALE). Then take the TRAIN to Bressanone via Verona (Milano/Verona). Trains run approximately one train every hour, 4.0 h average trip duration.
Arrival at MILANO MALPENSA AIRPORT: Take the TRAIN (Malpensa Express) to Milano Central railway station (MILANO STAZIONE CENTRALE). Then take a second TRAIN to Bressanone via Verona (Milano/Verona). Trains run approximately one train every hour, 4.0 h average trip duration.
Bressanone can also be reached flying to MILAN-BERGAMO AIRPORT and VENICE-TREVISO AIRPORT. These airports, as well as the one in Verona, are connected to many European cities by low-cost airline such as Ryanair. All these airports are connected to the central railway station of the closest city by a shuttle bus. They also provide several rental car possibilities onsite.
The airports of Milan Malpensa, Munich, Innsbruck, Verona and Bergamo are connected to Bressanone by a shuttle bus service. There are many company doing that service. We recommend to book in advance. For timetable, cost and booking, check www.altoadigebus.com and/or www.busgroup.eu.
Take the toll road MODENA/BRENNERO (A22, toll): the best exit coming from the South is Chiusa-Val Gardena, coming from North is Bressanone-Val Pusteria. Italian highways require a toll: a ticket will be automatically issued to their driver when entering the highways and payment is required when leaving the highway. Major credit cards can be used in automatic machines in the lane marked “FastPay” or “Viacard”.
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If you have any questions, contact the Organizing Secretariat:
L.C. Congressi srl
Via Euganea, 45 / 35141 Padova, Italy
Ph: +39 049 871 9922 / Fax: +39 049 871 0112