Information for visitors

everything you need to know for a successful Green Logistics Expo

An important appointment for Sustainable Logistics where efficiency meets the environment.
An innovative exhibition with leaders of intermodal transport, industrial logistics, e-commerce and services for the smart city.
Three days of face-to-face contact with exhibitors, meetings, study and strategic analysis; seminars, workshops, presentations and meetings.

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FREE ENTRANCE

We suggest you register online as a visitor
in order to directly access the show.

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DATE AND OPENING HOURS

7-8-9 March 2018
Wednesday-Thursday 9:00-18:00 / Friday 9:00-14:30

Useful links for preparing your visit to the Expo

You can enrich your stay in Padua
with  the following tourist packages:

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IL BURCHIELLO E LA RIVIERA DEL BRENTA 

Every year, from March to October, a romantic mini-cruise among the Venetian Villas of the Riviera del Brenta, from Padua to Venice or the other way round, a trip through art and history on the way followed by the ancient Venetian Burchiello in the 1700’s.

The Burchiello was a typical Venetian barge, finely wrought and decorated, used to transport passengers and equipped with a wide wooden cabin, and three or four balconies. The Burchiello was used by the richest classes of Venice to reach the city from their villas in the countryside. As it used to do in the past, nowadays the Burchiello operates as a scheduled touristic service along the Riviera del Brenta, from Padua to Venice or vice-versa; heir of old traditions, it slowly cruises the Brenta waters while tourist guides on board tell about the history, the culture and the art of the Villas that rise along the Brenta.

Getting to Green Logistics Expo

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BY CAR

The Fair of Padua’s address is Via Niccolò Tommaseo 59, Padova PD.

Bologna – Padova (A13) motorway
take the Padova Sud (south) exit; then follow the signs to the Fiera
Milan-Venice (A4) motorway
take the Padova Ovest (west) exit; then follow the signs to the Fiera.
Milan-Venice (A4) motorway
take the Padova Est (East) exit; then follow the signs to the Fiera.

Calculate your journey

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BY TRAIN

Once you alight at Padua train station, the Fiera is just 2 minutes walk.
Padua is on the Turin-Trieste train line so it is easily accessible by train.
It is approximately 2 hours away from Milan, 1 hour and a half from Bologna and just 20 minutes from Vicenza and Venice, where there are frequent rail connections with the line to and from Rome.

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BY PLANE
Venice Marco Polo Airport (Tessera): the Venice airport is the closest.
From the airport, you can reach Padua in the following ways: By coach with: BUSITALIA or by AIRSERVICE taxi service provided by the RadioTaxi of Padova cooperative with telephone reservation 24 hours before the departure or arrival of the flight, at: +39 049 870 4425.

3 B2B DAYS ON 4 SPECIFIC THEMES

Green Logistics Expo develops around four macro areas selected as strategical for building the future of logistics.