Japan Matsuri 2016

How to reach us and Hotels info

How to reach us and Hotels info

By car, train or by foot, choose how to reach Japan Matsuri; here you will find all the information you need: getting to the Espocentro is really easy!

Where

Espocentro
Via G. Cattori 3
6500 Bellinzona (CH)

The pavilion is just a few steps from the city center, easily reachable with either private or public transport. There also are different parking possibilities nearby (many of them are free).
The pavilion is easily accessible for “load and unload” of heavy vehicles. The whole pavilion is accessible for people with handicaps, as it is equipped with stair lift and ramps.
More information on http://www.espocentro.ch.

How to get to Espocentro:

By car

driving on the highway A2 (in both directions) take exit “Bellinzona Sud”, and follow the directions for Bellinzona and after for Espocentro. The parking spots will be marked.

For more details please look at this advised route.

By train

Get off at the station “Bellinzona” and follow the following indications to walk towards Espocentro (around 15 minutes). As an alternative, take the bus nr 2 at the “Piazzale Stazione” (“Monte Carasso – Sementina – Giubiasco „) and get off at the stop “Bellinzona Espocentro”.

Agreements with certain hotels

Thanks to the collaboration with “Bellinzona Turismo”, the visitors of Japan Matsuri will get special prices with some Hotels in Bellinzona. Once you make your reservation you should tell them that you are coming to visit Japan Matsuri – Japanese festival and when you are about to pay you must show them your entry ticket.

The discount will be possible with the following Hotels:

Mövenpick www.hotel-benjaminn.com
Aurora www.hotelaurora.ch
Internazionale www.hotel-internazionale.ch
Ostello Montebello www.youthhostel.ch/en/hostels/bellinzona
Gamper www.hotel-gamper.com

Bellinzona

Because of its unique geographical position, Bellinzona was once seen from the south as the “key to the Alps” and from the north as the “key to taly”.Today, its rich historical heritage, left from the Middle Ages, still lives on behind the austere charm of this Lombard town in the foothills of the Alps.