WHY PADOVA

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  • It is a safe destination where people can stroll around the city without risks
     

  • It is a medium sized city: 221.000 residents, 93 sq/km surface, which means a short distance from one point to another. The city has an efficient public transport service
     

  • It is well connected under all points of view. Venice International Airport is only 40 km away, with a public bus service which allows an efficient and cheap transfer. It is a crossroad for high speed trains on the east-west route (Milano to Venice) and north-south route (Rome to Venice), with trains each half hour (two hours to Milan, three hours to Rome)
     

  • It is affordable to each pocket: hotel rates are reasonable, student dormitories may be available at the Congress  time; a dinner at a restaurant may start from € 25, a pizza with beer from € 15

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PADOVA IS 

A CONFERENCE-FRIENDLY

CITY

WE LOOK FORWARD TO

WELCOMING ICoMST2023

IN PADOVA

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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 VoloteaRyanairWizz Air and EasyJet.

 

Another airport located in the Venice area, Treviso Airport, is sometimes unofficially labelled as Venice – Treviso and mostly serves low-cost airlines, mainly Ryanair and Wizz Air.