Practical Information

This conference is the closing event of the project “One school many languages / Sprachenvielfalt macht Schule / A lezione con più lingue /  A scora cun de plü lingac” (SMS 2.0).

Organizing local committee:
Andrea Abel
Sabrina Colombo (Coordinator)
Marta Guarda
Maria Stopfner

Sandra Montagnana

NB: in December in Bolzano there is a high demand for accommodation due to Christmas markets and holidays. We suggest to book your stay as soon as possible.

Eurac Research is located immediately outside the historical city centre, about 10 min. walking from the train station. The train station in located in the city centre.

Parking at Eurac is not possible, but there are “Pay & Display” parking facilities in the surroundings – marked with a blue border.

Getting to Bolzano: Please, choose the most sustainable and responsible means of travel.

By train
The main railway Bologna – Verona – Bolzano – Brenner – Innsbruck – Munich allows fast connections with all major cities both north and south of the Alps. Besides those connections, regional trains depart every hour from and to Bolzano.

Trainline –
Trenitalia –
ItaloTreno –
Deutsche Bahn –
Bolzano Local trains –

By Bus
Long distance busses stop about 4km away from the conference venue (Messe Bozen/ Fiera Bolzano). Once there you can get a local train or local busses and reach the city centre

By plane
Bolzano’s closest airports are Innsbruck to the north, Verona, Bologna and Milano Bergamo to the south. Flight connections are extensive and allow travelers to travel independently. Bolzano is less than two hours by car from Verona and Innsbruck. Additional airports in the area include Venice, Munich, Treviso, and Milano.

Bolzano’s regional airport is located on the southern outskirts of the city;


SMS project
Institute for Applied Linguistics