Venue/Travel

The conference will be held at the University of Trento, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics

Address
Street
Trento
ITALY

Conference

How to get to Trento

By car

Trento is along the A22, the Italian highway connecting Verona to the Brenner Pass. Three exits allow travellers entering Trento: Trento Nord (North), Trento Centro (Center), and Trento Sud (South). Who drives from Munich can either drive along the E45 towards Innsbruck and proceed south towards the Brenner Pass or along the A95 and switch to the E45 in the Innsbruck area.

Distances/duration (conservative)

From north
Innsbruck and Innsbruck airport: 180km – 2 hours
Munich: 330 km – 3hours 40 mins
Munich airport: 350 – 4 hours
Nuremberg: 500km – 5 hours
Frankfurt: 690km – 8 hours
Vienna: 650km – 7 hours

From south
Verona and Verona airport: 100km – 1hour 10 mins
Florence: 320km – 3hour 15 mins
Rome city center: 590 km – 6 hours 45 mins
Rome Fiumicino international airport: 615km – 6 hours

From east
Venice: 215 km – 2hours 15mins
Venice Marco Polo international airport: 220 – 2hours 20mins

From west
Milan city center: 220km – 2hours 45 mins
Milan Linate international airport: 213km – 2hours 15mins
Milan Malpensa international airport: 265km – 3hours
Bergamo Orio al Serio (for Ryanair flyers): 180 km – 2 hours

By train

Find your suitable train schedule here:
http://www.trenitalia.com/tcom-en (plus http://www.obb-italia.com/de/index.jsp
for trains travelling from Austria;
http://www.deutschebahn.com/de/start/ for trains travelling from Germany).

Intercity trains: Munich-Innsbruck-Brener-Bolzano-Trento-Verona-Bologna

High speed trains: Turin-Milan-Verona (at Verona Porta Nuova station to change for Regional or Intercity trans direction Brenner Pass)
High speed trains: Venice-Padova-Verona (at Verona Porta Nuova station to change for Regional or Intercity trans direction Brenner Pass)

Ticket costs
Regional train from Verona to Trento (8 euros) – 1hour 10 mins traveling time
Intercity trains from Verona to Trento (between 10 and 25 euros) 45 minutes traveling time
High-speed rains from Milan or Venice to Verona: between 20 and 35 euros

By plane

From Verona Catullo airport
By public transport – Public bus service (every 15 minutes – 6 euros) to the train station and from there train connection direction north (towards Bolzano or Brenner – about 1hour 10mins – 8 to 20 euros)
By taxi – 150 euros (estimated)

From Innsbruck airport
By public transport – Public bus service (every 20 minutes – 10 euros) to the train station and from there train connection direction south (towards Brenner/Verona/Bologna – about 3hours – 25/35 euros)

From Munich airport
By public transport – Public bus service or train (every 15/20 minutes) to the train station and from there train connection direction south (towards Innsbruck/Brenner/Verona/Bologna – about 4hours 30 mins – 50/70 euros)

From Milan airports
By public/private bus services to Milan Central Station (Malpensa is about 1 hours, Linate is about 40 minutes away). Milan Malpensa is connected to Milan Central Station by regional train (1 hour travelling time).

From Milan-Bergamo Orio al Serio airport
Flixbus (flixbus.com) connection to Trento (3 hours – 12 euros)
Train or bus connection to Milan central station (1 hour) and then by train to Trento via Verona Central Station.

From Venice Marco Polo airport
Bus or taxi connection to Venice Central station and then by train to Trento via Verona Central Station.