OMC events are held in Ravenna, Italy, at Pala de André - Viale Europa, 1, which is located on the eastern outskirts of Ravenna, a 5 minute drive from the city centre.
Arrive early and allow plenty of time for travel, parking, security checks.
HOW TO REACH RAVENNA
Ravenna is at the crossroad between S.S. 16 Adriatica, which runs all along the Adriatic coast, Motorway A14 (from Milan and Bologna) and Highway E45/E7, which gets directly to Rome.
Approximate driving times:
Bologna 50 min.
Rimini 50 min.
Florence 2 hr.
Venice 2 hr.
Milan 3 hr.
Ravenna can be reached by train from Bologna (1 hr 10 mins) and Rimini (1 hour) which are connected to all major national and international lines. Ravenna railway station is a 5 minute drive from OMC venue.
There are direct regular air services to Bologna from most Italian and European airports. Main intercontinental airports are Milan, Venice and Rome.
For your convenience, parking spaces are available free of charge at Pala de André and nearby. Volunteer staff are available to assist and direct participants, however please note car parks are not supervised and organisers cannot be held responsible of any damage/theft in these areas.
All blue line spaces are toll parking (from 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m only). Look for the parking meter closer to you, pay and display your ticket on the dashboard.
Ravenna is rich of monuments and mosaics from its glorious imperial past. Over the centuries Ravenna has provided inspiration to artists such as Klimt, Lord Byron and Dante, who also found shelter here.
Ravenna is considered the capital of the Mediterranean energy zone for its industrial energy district and for the many important projects focusing renewable energies which are currently being developed in the region.