The conference will be held at the University of Bergamo, piazzale Sant’Agostino, 2.
Piazzale Sant’Agostino can be easily reached from the train station. Take bus n. 1, direction Città Alta, and get off the bus at Porta Sant’Agostino stop.
Bergamo is in the northern part of Italy, approximately 40 km from Milan. It is a unique town, with two city centres: upper city (Città Alta) and lower city (Città Bassa).
For more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bergamo
How to reach Bergamo
Bergamo can be reached by flying to Bergamo Orio al Serio, Milano Malpensa or Milano Linate
From Bergamo Orio al Serio
The Orio al Serio International Airport is close to the city. ATB bus no.1 (Airport Bus) connects the airport to the city centre. Ticket prices are €2.10 per trip, €5.00 for 24h ticket and €7.00 for a 3 days ticket. Tickets must be bought before boarding the bus and must be validated in the bus. You can find find two sales point at the in the arrivals lounge of Orio al Serio airport: Autostradale ticket office and the Turismo Bergamo information point. You can buy tickets also at the ticket machine at the bus-stop. Schedules and route maps of the bus on the site of ATB.
You can reach Bergamo from Orio al Serio by cab: cost approximately €15 (€21 after 21:00 in the evening).
From Milano Malpensa
You can also reach Milano Central Station from Milano Malpensa Airport either by bus (www.autostradale.it or www.malpensashuttle.com), or by train (www.malpensaexpress.it) and then reach Bergamo from Milano Central Station by train (see Trenord or Trenitalia)
From Milano Linate
From Milano Linate Airport you can reach Bergamo by first going to Milano Central Station or Milano Lambrate Station, and then taking a train to Bergamo. Milano Central Station and Milano Lambrate Station can be reached from Milano Linate Airport by taking a bus to Milano, Piazza San Babila (line 73 or X73), then the metro to the railway station (Centrale or Lambrate). Alternatively, you can take direct buses from Milano Linate Airport to Central Station.