Campus

Our scientific campus is in the western part of Pavia. Pavia itself is located only 30 Km south of Milan, to which is connected by trains every 10 minutes.

Our official address fot SAT-NAT purposes is via Ferrata 5, 27100 Pavia

 

 

This is a map of our Campus. Classes are held in the Engineering Science Building (yellow)  or in the “Polo Nuovo” (purple). Teachers’ offices are in the Departments Buildings (green and DICAr).

 

How to reach Pavia

LINATE AIRPORT

Regular bus services connect Linate to downtown Milan (Line 73) and to Milan Central station (€ 5.00).

More information here

MALPENSA & BERGAMO AIRPORT

Several coach services connected these two airports to Milan Central Station. There is also a train service between Malpensa Terminal 1 and both Milan Central and Milan Cadorna.

More information here

BY TRAIN

There are regional and Intercity trains from Milan Central to Pavia. Milan Bovisa, Milan Porta Garibaldi and Milan Rogoredo rail staions are also connected to Pavia with a s13 suburban trains.

More information here and here.

How to reach our scientific campus once you are in Pavia

BUS

The Faculty is linked with the city centre and central station by three bus lines:

  • line 3
  • line 6
  • line 7

The ordinary ticket allows unlimeted travels on all bus lines for the next 60 minutes. It can be bought at almost every tobacconist and news stands or at the bus terminal.

All students (except PhD) can travel the whole academic year buying a discount card.

For further information please visit the site of the bus service website Line Pavia.

CAR

Exit from the West of the ring road of Pavia following signs for Istituti Universitari.

CAR AND BIKE SHARING

Users can borrow one of the 6 eviromental cars to move freely in the city centre (even in the restricted areas), park for free all over the the city and also use the bus lanes. More information here.

“Pavia in bici” is the bike sharing service provided by the City of Pavia. It is possible to borrow a bike in one of the different bike parks. More information here