How to reach Padova
BY PLANE TO PADOVA
Venice Marco Polo Airport (IATA: VCE, ICAO: LIPZ) is the international airport of Venice, Italy. It is located on the mainland near the village of Tessera, a frazione of the comune of Venice located about 4.1 nautical miles (7.6 kilometres; 4.7 miles) east of Mestre (on the mainland) and around the same distance north of Venice proper. Due to the importance of Venice as a leisure destination, it features flights to many European metropolitan areas as well as some partly seasonal long-haul routes to the United States, Canada, South Korea and the Middle East. The airport handled 11,184,608 passengers in 2018, making it the fourth-busiest airport in Italy. The airport is named after Marco Polo and serves as a base for Volotea, Ryanair, Wizz Air and easyJet.
Marco Polo International Airport in Tessera, Venice, can be reached in about half an hour by highway.
Look at VENICE AIRPORT for connections to PADOVA.
Padova can be easily reached by train. It is 2 hours from Milan, one and a half hours from Bologna and only 20 minutes from Venice and Vicenza. The train station is about 500 meters from the congress center.
Look at TRENITALIA website for tickets and information.
From Padova train station to Padova Congress: 10 min walk
From the Milan-Venice (A4) highway, take the Padova Est exit then follow signs for the Fiera. From the Bologna-Padova (A13) highway, take the Padova Sud exit then follow signs for the Fiera.
The Congress Center offers ample parking facilities: in addition to the 1,400 spaces available on the exhibition grounds, there are 800 external spaces.
Tram Line and most bus lines stop at Padova Train Station. From here you can decide to have a 10 min walk or take a bus to Padova Congress:
BUS LINE U3: get off at “FIERA”
BUS LINES U10 and U25: get of at “Via Tommaseo”
Click HERE for time tables, lines and map!
Use Moovit App to get around Padova easily
GETTING AROUND PADOVA
Padova benefits from a wide and functional infrastructure and transport network to and from the city connecting it to the main cities in the north-east of Italy.
Getting around is easy thanks to a fully developed network of urban and suburban transport, a tram line connecting north and south of the city and numerous bike sharing and car sharing services.
FULL INFORMATION HERE.