Sansepolcro is a small town in Tuscany between Umbria, Marche and Emilia Romagna. It is a Renaissance village which saw the birth of one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, Piero della Francesca. It is a peripheral place so there are no direct trains arriving in the town but there are many solutions to be adopted. Here are our recommendations.
Part of the festival takes place in another charming village in Tuscany which is the birthplace, among others, of the painter Luca Signorelli. The city of Cortona has a strong tourist vocation and its position, on the Rome-Florence line, makes it easily accessible. Here are some travel solutions that we offer
If you need to find a place to sleep during your participation in Kilowatt Festival, both in Sansepolcro and in Cortona, you can consult our hospitality manager Mattias Schweitzer /email@example.com
For meals, the festival has entrusted the management of the restaurant to two professional structures. The public can have access it by purchasing a meal voucher at the price of 14 euros at the Festival Centre.