The Floating Piers is free and open to the public, weather permitting. There are no tickets and no reservations needed.

Please note that due to the unprecedented interest in The Floating Piers, local officials asked that the work of art close each night to accommodate the sanitary needs of Monte Isola.

Please prepare yourself for the journey—with all the visitors, there can be wait times and local transportation may be limited.

Located on Lake Iseo 100 km from Milan and 200 km from Venice, there are numerous ways of getting to The Floating Piers. Below are a number of resources to help you get here. While The Floating Piers does not work with these organizations, their information is provided for your convenience.

The Floating Piers are wheelchair accessible.

 

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By Car

There are a number of highways and roads to bring you close to the project. To find parking, use the links below. The Floating Piers derives no income from parking.

During the project, real-time information will be available.

The Floating Piers Parking App

Parking Brescia Mobilita

By Train

The site of the project can be accessed by the TRENORD train company. They have increased their number of daily trains to and from Sulzano for the duration of The Floating Piers.

Trenord – The Floating Piers by Train

Trenord – How to Get Here

By Ferry

It is possible to view The Floating Piers and access various points around Lake Iseo by ferry. For the Lake Iseo ferry schedule and other information, visit their website.

Lake Iseo Ferry