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How to reach LNL

Legnaro National Laboratory

Viale dell'Università, 2 - 35020 Legnaro (PD) - ITALY

GPS (+45° 21' 12.34", +11° 57' 4.60")

By Air

The nearest airport is VENICE AIRPORT "Marco Polo" at Tessera (Venice), 45 Km east of Padua. From the Airport there are frequent bus connections to Padova (FSBusItalia).

Private taxi shuttle connections from Venice Airport to Padua are served by:

By Train

Padua is at the crossroad of the Trieste -Venice-Milan-Turin and Venice-Rome-Naples railways: many trains are available. The ride lasts 30 minutes from Venice, 2 to 3 hours from Milano, and 3 to 4 hours from Rome according to the kind of train option. First and second class can be chosen. You can check timetables at the following link Italian Railway (Trenitalia).

By Bus

There is a regular bus service from Padua to Legnaro (directions Agripolis, Piove di Sacco, Sottomarina, Chioggia, Adria, Cà Bianca, Legnaro, Campagnola). The bus stop is just outside the railway station (on the left). The buses leave every 30 minutes and arrive just in front of the Laboratories (FSBusItalia timetable)
For city buses in Padua see: APS - mobilita'

By Car

Legnaro can be reached from the A4 Turin-Milan-Venice-Trieste and A13 Bologna-Padua motorways.

By Taxi

To book a taxi in Padova call 049 651333 (Cooperativa RADIO TAXI Padova; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )


LNL Events

All events

PARIS User meeting
INFN-LNL, 28-29 November 2019

Programma INFN Docenti (PID)
INFN-LNL, 10-14 February 2020


LNL Seminars

All seminars

Molecular Imaging for clinical and preclinical researches
by Dr Giorgio Russo (IBFM-CNR)
Thursday, 28 November 2019 from 14:30 to 17:00, Rostagni meeting room

Quantum entanglement in Cooper pair tunneling between superfluid nuclei
by Prof. Ricardo Broglia (Università di Copenhagen)
Wednesday, 11 December 2019 from 11:00 to 13:00, Villi meeting room

Quantum advantage with superconducting quantum circuits: from sensing to computing
by Prof. Martin Weides (University of Glasgow)
Thursday, 12 December 2019 from 11:30 to 13:30, Villi meeting room

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