HOW TO GET THERE
At Open Bike Fest you arrive by bike, and leave by bike. But above all, this is our goal: you leave happier.
Here your ticket is your bike: you don’t need anything else. And we will give you every opportunity to get there by bike.
However, if you are coming from further afield, here are all the directions to get to Opendream.
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WALKING AND BY BIKE
walking and by bike
From the Venezia-Mestre train station by bike along a route of about 23 km, via the SS 13 to the Treviso suburb of San Lazzaro, the SR53 to the hamlet of Sant’Agnese, and finally the SR515 passing in front of the Canova Airport before arriving at Opendream.
By bike from the Treviso-Ostiglia, a cycle path that crosses the event area. The Treviso-Ostiglia route crosses Veneto for 118 km to the border with the Province of Mantua and Lombardy.
From Treviso’s Canova airport in just 15 minutes, and by bike in just 5 minutes.
From Marco Polo Airport in Venice by bike in a route of about 30 km, along Via Triestina, SR14, SS13/Via Terraglio, Via Gatta, Via Paseggiana and finally Via Noalese SR515.
From the railway station ‘Treviso Centrale’ by bike along a little more than 5 Km on the Via Noalese SR515.
At Open Bike Fest you arrive car-free: that’s our spirit!
If you’re coming from far away, we’re developing a system of free local parking and transfers so that you can enjoy the event without impacting traffic.
From Munich and Innsbruck
From Munich’s ring road follow the route of the E45. First, take the A8 to Rosenheim and then the A93 to the Austrian-German border. After crossing the Austrian border, continue on the A12 to Innsbruck and on the A13 to the Italian-Austrian border at the Brenner Pass. After crossing the Italian border, continue on the A22 Brenner to the exit for the A4 and take the motorway towards Venice. Follow the motorway to the junction for the A57 and continue in the direction of Belluno/Trieste until the A27 junction for Belluno. Exit at Treviso Sud and continue in the direction of Canova airport.
From Turin and Milan
Follow the A4 Turin-Milan-Venice motorway to the junction for the A57 and continue in the direction of Belluno/Trieste until the A27 junction for Belluno. Exit at Treviso Sud and continue in the direction of Canova airport.
Follow the A1 motorway towards Milan/Bologna, take the Bologna/Ancona/Padova exit and continue on the A13 towards Venice until the junction with the A4. Take the A4 towards Venice and continue until the junction with the A27 towards Belluno. Exit at Treviso Sud and continue in the direction of Canova airport.
Follow the A13 motorway towards Padua and at Padua Sud continue on the A13 towards Venice until the junction with the A4. Take the A4 towards Venice and continue until the junction with the A27 towards Belluno. Exit at Treviso Sud and continue in the direction of Canova airport.
Marco Polo Airport in Venice is connected to the airports of Rome Fiumicino, Naples, Catania and Olbia and to the most important European cities, Paris, London, Madrid, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Munich, Vienna, Berlin, Brussels, Lisbon, Athens, Prague, Hamburg, Warsaw and Moscow. The airport also has links to Istanbul, Dubai, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Tel Aviv and Seoul.
Treviso Canova Airport is connected to the airports of Naples, Cagliari, Alghero, Lamezia Terme, Trapani, and to several European airports such as Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Dublin, Prague, Warsaw and Budapest.
Venezia-Mestre station is the main railway station on the mainland of the municipality of Venice and the crucial point of the railway system in the north-east, as trains from Milan, Trieste, Udine and Trento converge there, in addition to the railway line connected to the Venezia Santa Lucia station.
Treviso central station is located along the Venice-Udine line and is directly connected to Friuli (Udine station) and to other provincial capitals of the Veneto region such as Venice, Belluno and Vicenza.