Grado can be easily reached by car following the A4 Venice-Trieste motorway or the A23 Tarvisio-Venezia until the Palmanova exit and then continuing on the 352 road towards Grado for about 28 km. For those coming from Trieste, the recommended exit is Redipuglia-Monfalcone Ovest; then continue along the road junction SR14-SP19 until the junction with the SP19 Monfalcone-Grado.
Grado is 22 km far from the Trieste Airport-Ronchi dei Legionari station and 19 km from the Cervignano-Aquileia-Grado station; frequent buses leave from both stations to reach Grado; for more information on train and bus schedules, consult the Trenitalia and SAF, ATVO and APT websites.
From the Trieste Airport station it is easy to reach the main towns of Friuli and, thanks to the new multi-storey car park with a capacity of 500 cars and the satin car park with a total capacity of 1,000 cars, it is the ideal station for day trips to Venice. Frequent train connections also to Rome and Milan.
Many bus lines connect Grado with the main Italian and foreign cities; direct connections to Grado are available from Gorizia, Udine, Latisana, Venice.
For further information please consult the SAF, ATVO and APT bus sites.
The nearest airport is the Trieste Airport, located 22 km from Grado. For more information on flights and all related services, please visit the website.
Grado is located at the end of the Alpe Adria Cycle Trail, Europe's best bike path in 2015, which connects Salzburg to Grado, with 425 km of beautiful mountains, hills, sea, art cities and villages.
From Salzburg, the city of Mozart, the route leads through the Salzach valley and the Gastein valley to Böckstein. From here, you can take the shuttle train to Mallnitz in 11 minutes, then cycle through Carinthia again to Spittal a. d. Drau, Villach and Arnoldstein, on the Italian-Austrian border. In Italy, the route partly winds along the old disused railway line, and from Tarvisio it touches Gemona, Udine, Aquileia and finally Grado on the Adriatic Sea. Delicious villages, natural monuments, interesting tourist attractions and magnificent landscapes accompany the cyclist along the entire route.
For further information, please consult the Alpe Adria Radweg website.