How to reach Udine

The city of Udine is situated in the North Eastern part of Italy, about 100 km NE of Venice and 75 km West of Trieste.

Arriving by plane

You can travel to Udine using the following three airports:

  1. Venice airport (Marco Polo airport, VCE)
  2. Tri­este Air­port (Ronchi dei Legionari airport, TRS)
  3. Canova Tre­viso In­ter­na­tional Air­port (TSF)

From Venice Airport the best route to Udine is by train. First take the bus from the Venice airport to the Mestre railway station (ask for the bus to Mestre, not to Venezia – piazzale Roma). At the Mestre railway station near Venice you can buy train tickets to Udine. The trains run almost every hour. The trip takes about 2 hours.

From Trieste airport there is a new train connection to Udine and also a bus to the Udine rail station run by APT Gorizia (line number 51). The bus from Trieste to Udine takes about 45 minutes. Bus tickets are sold at the airport.

From Treviso airport a public bus service (number 6) operates every 30 minutes from/to the airport to/from the Treviso railway station. The trip takes 15–20 minutes. From the Treviso railway station you may take a train to Udine on the Venice/Mestre – Udine line (there is no need to go to Venice).

For more information about trains see: Trenitalia.

Arriving by train

Udine is on the main line from Venice to Vienna. Trains from Venice run almost every hour. From Venice the trip to Udine is about 2 hours. From Vienna the trip takes about 6 hours.

For more information see: Trenitalia.

Arriving by car

Udine is on the A23 motorway Udine-Tarvisio. If you are approaching via the A4 Venezia-Trieste motorway, exit at “Udine Sud”.
Detailed information is available on the Autostrade web site

How to reach the workshop venue

The workshop will take place at the Palazzo Garzolini di Toppo Wassermann in Via Gemona, 92.


Hotels in the surroundings of the workshop location are marked in the following map: