#Vinitaly 2014

Vinitaly, the most important international exhibition dedicated to the world of  wine and spirits, returns to Verona from Sunday 6 to Wednesday 9 April 2014.

Vinitaly, is the event that more than any other has traced the evolution of the national and international wine system, helping to make wine one of the most captivating and dynamic realities in the primary sector.

With over 140,000 expected visitors and more than 4,100 exhibitors during the four days of the event, the traffic and parking system around the exhibition centre are organised and regulated to minimise disruption and maximise the time available for sector professionals.

Where
Veronafiere: Viale del Lavoro 8 is only a 4-minute drive from the Verona Sud exit on the A4 “Serenissima” Motorway, about 4 minutes from Porta Nuova Railway Station and just 1.9 kilometres from Verona city centre.

Entrance Gates
During Vinitaly, the San Zeno and Cangrande gates in Viale del Lavoro are also joined by the Re Teodorico Gate, while the Giulietta & Romeo Gate in Viale dell’Industria near the junction with Via Roveggia is also operative. This is the recommended entrance gate for visitors arriving from the Verona Sud Motorway exit and the Tangenziale Sud (South Ring Road) going to the Multi-Storey Car Park (P4) and the Re Teodorico car Park (P7), which are both in Viale Olanda. This entrance gate is also suggested for arrivals by taxi.

Timetable
During Vinitaly, the Exhibition Centre is open to visitors 9.30-18.30.

Shuttle bus service inside the Exhibition Centre
The Exhibition Centre itself offers a service connecting the halls with ten stops, operated by two electric minibuses 9.00-19.30.

HOW TO REACH US

By Car

From the A4 “Serenissima” Motorway (Turin-Milan-Brescia-Verona-Venice-Udine-Trieste): the closest exit to the Exhibition Centre is Verona Sud, although arrivals from Milan are recommended to use the Verona Nord exit.

From the A22 “Brennero” motorway (Modena-Verona-Trento-Bolzano-Bressanone-Vipiteno): the Verona Nord exit is recommended for arrivals from Brennero and Modena alike (A22), with car parking at the Stadium or the Centro Agroalimentare, with a free shuttle bus service to/from the Exhibition Centre.

By train
Porta Nuova Railway Station is served by a free shuttle bus service to/from the Exhibition Centre, departing from Pavement A approximately every 15 minutes 8.30-20.00.
This year welcomes the initiative named “Get to Vinitaly fast with Trenitalia”: purchase a Vinitaly entrance ticket on-line and send the voucher to the Trenitalia Group Offices taking part in the promotion to receive a discount on the round trip to Verona (outward 4-9 April, return 6-10 April 2014). More information about the offering is available in the Visitors Area of the Vinitaly website.

By aeroplane
Verona Airport is served by a free shuttle bus (“Aerobus”) to/from the Exhibition Centre operated approximately every 60 minutes 8.30-18.30.

UP-TO-DATE TRAFFIC NEWS

Motorway
Motorway traffic information service is available the Infoinviaggio service – Tel. 045.892525.
the Isoradio channel broadcasts real-time motorway traffic updates in the VeronaFiere area, while RAI radio channels broadcast updates coordinated by CISS Viaggiare Informati.
The Società Autostrade (Motorway Co) uses luminous panels to communicate variable messages detailing queues and delays, together with recommended exits to reach VeronaFiere and its parking facilities.

City
Verona Council and the Municipal Police – http://www.veronamobile.it and Twitter (@veronamobile) – provide an information service updated in real time about parking availability, the general traffic situation in the city and recommended routes, as well as indicating any delays or accidents. The web platform is optimised for display on mobile phones and hand-held devices.
Vinitaly – as of this year – also provides information about traffic conditions through social media: on Facebook and on Twitter (@VinitalyTasting).
The latest news can also be found on the variable messaging panels placed at all major access roads to the city of Verona.

for other info check Transport Guide.

for more general information visit Vinitaly Website.

 

 

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