Genoa Transport

Jul 01, 2001

By train

The train is now full.  There is more information on our train page

Coaches

Dublin Globalise Resistance in Ireland is running coaches from Dublin to Genoa. There are two options:

  • leaving Dublin Wednesday evening 18th July and arriving back in Dublin on the morning of Tuesday 24th. (Cost ¬£90)
  • leaving on Saturday July 14th and arriving back in Dublin on Wednesday 25th. (Cost ¬£110)

Details from the website at http://globaliseresistance.cjb.net or email globalise_resistance@yahoo.com.LondonThere are coaches from London:

  • Three coaches leave at 8.30am, (note – am not pm) Thursday 19 July, from The Cut, Waterloo (opposite the Old Vic). The return fare is ¬£85.
  • To book, or for more details, ring 020 8980 3005 or 07956 681 328.

Transport Not Organised by Globalise Resistance

There are special controls at the Italian border during the summit. This shouldn’t be a problem, but check the details here.

Getting to Italy

Genoa airport will be closed during the summit. You can fly to nearby cities – we understand you can still get a return flight to Turin from the UK for ¬£70. If you do this, you shouldn’t be subject to the special border controls.

Getting to Genoa from the Rest of Italy

There may be delays to the west of Central Genoa during the summit – this is the route from the Conference Centre to the airport, which is where the fat cats will be arriving and leaving. If you can, approach Genoa from the east.

Buses

Scheduled bus services from Turin, Milan and Pisa will continue to run during the summit.

Trains

Trains to Genoa will continue to run during the summit. However, one train station may be closed, and trains may be rerouted and delayed.

Road

Travel on the motorway to Genoa – to get into Genoa for Saturday’s demo, leave the motorway at the Nervi exit. After the demo, use the Genova Este junction.

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