DO YOU NEED TO REGISTER?

No! The Internet Festival is an accessible event and you do not need to register to attend individual events. Some events do require you to register: more information on how to do this is provided in the event description.

IS THERE AN IF APP FOR SMARTPHONES?

Of course! There is an app for Apple and Android devices. New versions for 2013 will be released in the coming weeks.

WHERE DOES IT ALL TAKE PLACE?

The Internet Festival takes places in Pisa across 20 different venues in the historic centre. Event descriptions provide information about the venue alongside a map. You can also look up all events that will be held at a certain venue.

By entering the address into the smartphone app, you will be able to see the route from your current location to where you would like to be.

HOW DO YOU GET TO PISA?

You can get to Pisa from the rest of Italy by train, road, motorway and the airport. The well-known Galileo Galilei airport (one of the most important in the country) is served by shuttle buses, hire cars, trains and taxis.

Arriving by train

Pisa Centrale station is a few minutes’ walk from the city centre. There are direct trains from Turin, Milan, Florence, Lucca and Rome. From Venice, Siena and Bologna you need to take the Florence line.

Pisa Centrale Station, Piazza Della Croce Rossa, 1

Tel. 050 917316 – Call Centre 89.20.21

Trenitalia website: www.trenitalia.com

Arriving by car

If you are coming from Bologna or Rome take the A11 Florence-Mare motorway and exit at Pisa nord. Follow the state road Aurelia until Pisa.

If you are coming from Genoa or Rosignano (Province of Livorno) take the A12 Genoa-Livorno-Cecina motorway until the Pisa nord or Pisa centro exit.

Arriving by plane

Pisa International Airport “Galileo Galilei” is served by 19 airlines (some of which are budget airlines) to 78 different European and international destinations.
The airport is about a twenty minute walk from the centre of Pisa and one hour from Florence. Pisa is well connected to Florence by bus and train.
Galileo Galilei Airport Tel. 050-849111 – Fax 050-849216

E-mail: sat@pisa-airport.com

Website: www.pisa-airport.com

Arriving by bus

Several bus companies connect Pisa to other cities. For towns in the same province a regular service is provided by the Compagnia Pisana Trasporti (CPT).
Terravision connects Pisa Airport with both Santa Maria Novella train station in Florence and Amerigo Vespucci airport in Florence. Fares cost 8 €.
Lazzi provides connections with Lucca. The stop is a few minutes’ walk from the central Piazza Napoleone.

HOW DO I GET TO THE DIFFERENT FESTIVAL VENUES?

All Festival venues are in the historic centre: you can, therefore, walk to any venue in 20 minutes from the Central Station. In the event descriptions on the website you can find the address of each venue and see it on a map. This link also allows you to research all events that will be held at a certain venue.
By entering the address into the smartphone app, you will be able to see the route from your current location to where you would like to be.

ARE EVENTS FREE?

Yes, entry to all events is strictly free.

WHAT LANGUAGE WILL BE USED DURING THE EVENT?

Italian. There will be an interpreter for speeches in English.

WILL EVENTS BE STREAMED?

Some will, yes. More information on how to access streaming will be provided shortly.

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