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Directions & transport

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The venue for the COSS-TT international workshop is the

Castle Carlo V, Lecce

"Castello Carlo V"
Viale XXV Luglio, 7
73100 Lecce, Italy

View map here.

How to get to Lecce

By plane

The nearest airport to Lecce is Brindisi (ca.40 km to the north). From here there are regular domestic flights to Rome and Milan from where international connections can be made.

By bus

At Brindisi airport a public shuttle service to Lecce is available several times a day, see the schedule. The shuttle stop in Lecce is located at "Bar Commercio" (in front of Hotel Tiziano).

Alternatively, a direct transportation service from Brindisi airport to any hotel in Lecce is available. You should book in advance by calling "Crusi Viaggi" (Tel : +39 0832 305522) or check their website.

By Car

From the Adriatic side follow A14 (E55) motorway to Bari. Then take the SS 16 freeway Bari-Lecce. From the Tyrrhenian side follow A16 motorway, to Bari. Then take the SS 16 freeway Bari-Lecce.

A summary of transport options are listed below:

TransportRates from/to Brindisi airportRates from/to Bari airportPhoneEmail
Public Shuttle bus - please find details described below)€6,00 - pay on board-+39 0832 256124 
CRUSI€20,00 - pay on board€180,00 - from 1-8 persons, pay on board +39 0832 305522[email protected]
Viaggi Rudiae€70,00 - from 1-8 persons€170,00 - from 1-3 persons +39 0832 302865[email protected]
Taxi€70,00€220.00Brindisi +39 0831 597901
Bari +39 080 5346666
Risorgimento hotel - transfer€60,00 - from 1-7 persons -  
Patria Palace hotel - transferSee "tranfser_PATRIA PALACE HOTEL"   

*Please note that Risorgimento Hotel and Patria Palace Hotel can provide their own transfer service (see points 5 and 6)