By rail Milano, at the crossroad of the national and European railway system, can be reached from the main Italian cities via high-speed trains (the Frecce of Trenitalia and ItaloTreno) and Intercity trains. The main station is Stazione Centrale FS – piazza Duca d’Aosta connection with underground lines M2 M3 where the main trains traveling abroad are also departing from. More information:
By car Milano represents one of the main motorway crossroads connecting it to the rest of Italy and Europe. It is possible to reach the city by car from five different motorway routes connected by the Milanese system of ring roads (tangenziali).
By bus It is possible to reach Milano by bus, too, from the rest of Italy and Europe, thanks to the numerous companies offering medium and long length itineraries. Click here for info. The main bus terminals is Lampugnano, Via Giulio Natta 226 – connection with underground line M1 Lampugnano.
Depending on your nationality, a visa is required when intending to travel to Italy. The information contained on this website, intended to assist foreigners applying for a visa for Italy, are purely indicative and not exhaustive. Interested parties should seek additional information from the Italian Embassy or Consulate with jurisdiction over their place of permanent residence. The type of visa required depends both on the duration and purpose of your stay. You want to attend or participate in the congress related to your professional activity. You will be issued a short-stay visa valid for the Schengen area. It will allow you to visit Italy for the duration of your visit, which must not exceed 90 days. To obtain your visa, you must demonstrate or prove the link between your professional activity and the purpose of your trip.
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The organisers may at any time, with or without giving notice, in their absolute discretion and without giving any reason, cancel or postpone the Conference, change its venue or programme and withdraw any invitation to attend.
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