DATE '19: Technical Program Committee Meeting

  Monday, October 29, 2018
The DATE'19 Program Committee Meeting will be held in Verona - Italy on Monday October the 29th 2018.

  • By Plane
    Verona Villafranca’s Catullo Airport (VRN) is approximately 10 Km southwest of the city center. It is a small but very busy airport and the low-cost Volotea hub.
    Many Airlines fly to Verona, for example, British Airways from London Gatwick, Air France from Paris (via Rome), Lufthansa from Munich and Frankfurt, Alitalia from Rome, Meridiana from many other Italian regions and cities (Naples, Cagliari, and Olbia).
    Airdolomiti connects Verona with Spain, Austria, and other European countries. Also, low-cost companies such as Volotea, Eurowings, EasyJet, and Ryanair fly to/from Verona from/to different destinations; for example, Ryanair connects Verona to London Stansted, Bruxelles Charleroi, and Madrid.
    From the airport you can easily reach Verona in 20-25 minutes by taxi, bus or rented car. From the airport, there is a shuttle bus service every 20 minutes that runs between the airport and the Verona Porta Nuova railway station.
    If your arrival/departure airport is the Milano Malpensa Airport (MXP) do consider that there is a new train connection to/from Verona almost every hour (travel time about 2h:20m from Malpensa to Verona; 2h:51m from Verona to Malpensa). Information is available at where you can also buy your train tickets in advance.
    Other airports near Verona are:
    Airport Code Km Miles

    Milano-Bergamo Orio al Serio (many low-cost flights)

    BGY 110 68

    Milano Linate

    LIN 155 96

    Milano Malpensa

    MXP 196 121


    VCE 130 81


    TSF 150 93


    BLQ 140 87
    You can then reach Verona by using fast trains.
  • By Train
    The main railway station is Verona Porta Nuova, at the junction of the Milan–Venice and Brenner–Rome railway lines.
    There are connections with all main Italian railway stations all day long with various types of train services: Regional, Intercity, and Eurostar. Approximate traveling times with high-speed trains: from Padua 45 minutes; from Vicenza 25 minutes; from Venice 70 minutes; from Milan 70 minutes; from Rome 2 hours and 50 minutes.
    At the railway station, buses can be taken to the city center, stopping at Piazza Brà, the central square in which the Palazzo della Gran Guardia is located.
    The bus lines to the city center are: 11, 12, 13, 14, 72 and 73.
  • By Car

    Verona can be easily reached by using: - the A4 Serenissima Milan-Venice motorway, exiting at Verona Sud. - the A22 Brenner-Modena motorway, reaching the intersection with the A4, heading towards Venice and exiting at Verona Sud. Once at the motorway exit, follow the signs indicating "tutte le direzioni" (all directions) and then follow the “city center” signs.
    You can park in one of the two main city-center parkings: Cittadella (piazza Cittadella, 4) and Arena (via Bentegodi, 8). They are located 5 minutes walking distance from Palazzo della Gran Guardia.

  • Verona has hundreds of hotels of all possible categories. Among the, here there is a list of alternatives:
    # of Stars Name Base Price Link
    4 Hotel Accademia from € 180 link
    4 Hotel Antica Porta Leona from € 170 link
    4 Hotel Colomba d’oro from € 125 link
    4 Best Wenstern Hotel Firenze from € 100 link
    3 Hotel San Luca from € 170 link
    3 Hotel Marco Polo from € 140 link
    3 Hotel Milano & Spa from € 130 link
    3 Hotel Mastino from € 130 link

  • 08:30 registration
  • 17:00 closing

Contact person
Franco Fummi

Computer Science


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