Getting here

Udine is located in north-eastern Italy, about 100 km NE of Venice and 75 km West of Trieste. It can be reached by car, by train or by plane.

Coming by car

If you come by car, take the highway A23, which connects the town to Austria or the A4 motorway Venezia-Trieste, and then take the exit "Udine Nord" or "Udine Sud" (depending on the direction you're coming). Once out the highway, follow the indications to Udine along a free highway called "Tangenziale Ovest". Then take the exit to the Stadium or to the Hospital; these are the easiest ways to reach the city center.

Coming by train

Udine is connected by train to Venice (national train line) and Wien (international train line). The trip from Venice takes about 2 hours. The trip from Vienna takes about 6 hours. Please check Trenitalia and ÖBB for schedule and prices.

Coming by plane

The closest airports are Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), Trieste airport (TRS) and Treviso Antonio Canova airport (TSF).

Venice Airport is the main arrival point for international flights. It is linked to Venezia Mestre railway station by bus (check ATVO or ACTV or schedule and prices). From Mestre railway station you may take a train to Udine on the Venice – Udine line.

Trieste Airport is linked to Udine by train. Please check Trenitalia for schedule and prices. A bus connection is also available from the airport to Udine (bus line number 51). Please check the operating service page TPL FVG for schedule and prices. The bus transfer takes about 45 minutes. Bus tickets are sold at the airport.

Treviso airport is linked to Treviso railway station by bus (number 6). From Treviso railway station you may take a train to Udine on the Venice – Udine line.