How to get to Trento
Travelling to Trento
Although Trento has no airport, it is very well connected to major travel hubs in Italy and Europe as a whole! Taking the train or bus are great options for travelling to the city, and both stops are less than a 10-minute walk to the conference venue.
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Trento is very well connected via rail, both within Italy and wider Europe.
Verona Porto Nuova is a network hub, which is an hour away via a direct train. This allows connecting journeys to Trento from many major Italian cities, including Milan, Venice and Rome.
Trento also hosts direct intercity services calling at Munich and Innsbruck, before arriving in the city.
Trento's station is located an 8-minute walk from the conference venue.
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Trento does not have its own airport, but there are plenty international and European airport hubs nearby.
Most airports are connected directly, or with 1 connection, to Trento by a FlixBus service.
From Milan Malpensa Airport and Milan Linate Airport, there is a direct bus service from each airport, with the journey lasting approximately 3 hours, to 3 hours and 40 minutes.
From Milan Bergamo Airport, there is a direct bus service to Verona Porta Nuova train station (which takes 1 hour and 25 minutes). From here, you will be able to connect to the direct 1 hour long train to Trento.
From Verona Villafranca Airport, there is a 15-minute bus transfer to Verona Porta Nuova train station. From here, you will be able to connect to the direct 1 hour long train to Trento.
From Venice Marco Polo Airport, there is a 15-minute bus transfer to Venice Mestre train station. From here, you will be able to connect to the direct 2 hours and 10 minute train to Trento.
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