The ECT* - JINA Workshop

Reactions Involving 12C:
Nucleosynthesis and Stellar Evolution

ECT*, Trento, Italy
October 7 - 11, 2013





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Travel Information

Air Travel:

The nearest airports (in order of proximity) are Verona, Brescia, Bergamo, Venice and Milan. Usually, once at the airport, one continues to Trento taking a train from the nearest station.

Verona is the closest airport. A bus shuttle service runs to the Verona Porta Nuova train station, only 60 minutes away from Trento.

Milan has two international airports, which offer bus shuttle services to Milano Centrale train station. There are a few direct trains to Trento (otherwise, change at Verona).

Venice Marco Polo is connected by a bus service to the railway station in Mestre (25 minutes). From there, you can catch a train to Trento via Verona, or alternatively, the direct (and scenic!) Valsugana line to Trento.

Bergamo and Brescia are smaller airports, with connections to European cities by low budget airlines.

Train Travel:

Trento is on the Innsbruck-Brenner-Verona line (Munich-Trento ca. 5 hours), which crosses the Milan- Venice line in Verona (Milan-Trento and Venice-Trento ca. 3 hours; Verona-Trento ca. 1 hour). For the ones coming from (or going to) Venice, there is also the possibility of taking the scenic Valsugana line (Venice-Trento direct, ca. 3 hours). The latter trains stop in Villazzano, 200 m. from ECT*.

Bus schedule:

Bus 6 brings you from downtown Trento to ECT*. The bus stop at ECT* is VILLAZZANO "Villa Tambosi". Bus tickets must be purchased at a tobacconist (newspaper shop) before boarding the bus.



The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics
Updated: June 17, 2013