25-29 November 2019
University of Pavia
Europe/Rome timezone

Travel

Public transport strike on Friday, November 29

Linate
Better take one of the (few) shuttle buses (private company), which depart in front of the train station (schedule). Departures are, e.g., at 7:00, 10:30, 13:15, 15:30 and it takes about 45 minutes.

Malpensa and Orio al Serio
Information can be found in this PDF file
In general, we suggest to reach Milano Centrale using a long-distance train and then take bus shuttle to the airports.

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By plane

The easiest way to reach Pavia is by flying to Milan, which is served by three international airports: Linate (50 km from Pavia), Malpensa (90 km from Pavia) and Orio al Serio - Bergamo (70 km from Pavia).
From there, we recommend following the directions given by e.g. Google Maps or Moovit, which are accurate and up to date.
Here we list just the most convenient ways to get to Pavia.

* Linate:
- The fastest way is to take bus 73 to the stop "V.le Campania V.le Corsica", then walk 4min and then take a train from "Milano Porta Vittoria" to Pavia (line S13 runs every 30min).
- You can also take a direct bus to Pavia, which takes around 1h. There are however only 5 shuttles per day:
https://www.autoservizibotti.com/i-nostri-servizi
- You can also take a shuttle bus to Milan Central railway station (Stazione Centrale) and then from Milan's central railway station a train to Pavia. The Milan-Pavia train ride takes 30-40 minutes.

* Malpensa:
- You can take the direct train Malpensa Express to one of the Milan's main train stations (Centrale, Bovisa, Garibaldi, etc), and from there another train to Pavia. There are several combinations. The most obvious one is to go to Milan's central station, and from there to Pavia (line S13 runs every 30min).
As an alternative you can take a Shuttle Bus to the central railway station. 

* Orio al Serio - Bergamo:
- You can take one of the many shuttle buses to Milan's central railway station, and from there a train to Pavia.


By train

Most European cities are connected to Milan's central railway station by direct trains. You can take a train from Milan's central station directly to Pavia (direction to Genova). The train ride from Milan to Pavia takes about 30-40 minutes.