AIUCD 2017 Conference & 3rd EADH Day (24-28 January 2017)

Getting to Rome

By air

The main airports are Roma Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) and Ciampino.

Fiumicino Airport is about 36 km far from Rome. The express train “Leonardo Express” connects the airport directly to Termini Station, in the city center (the trip takes about 30′). A railway network connecting other stations such as Roma Ostiense and Roma Tiburtina is also available.

Ciampino Airport is about 16 km in the South-East of Rome and is connected with Rome by rail service and bus service. A shuttle service is also available and serves to get from the airport to Anagnina Station, the last stop of the subway line “Metro A”. There are numerous connections covered by taxi, too.

By train

The main railway stations are Termini and Tiburtina, where high speed trains arrive.

See http://www.trenitalia.it or http://www.italotreno.it for more info and ticket reservation.

By car

Rome is connected to the rest of Italy through its ‘Raccordo Anulare’ (GRA) and Autostrada del Sole. From GRA the main roads are:

  • Via Aurelia (SS1), northbound, from the Vatican to the Tyrrhenian Coast, Pisa, Genoa and France.
  • Via Cassia (SS2), northwestbound, from ‘Milvian Bridge’ to Viterbo, Siena and Florence.
  • Via Flaminia (SS3), northeastbound, to Terni, Foligno, the Apennines and the Adriatic Coast.
  • Via Salaria (SS4), northbound, from Porta Pia to Rieti, Marche and the Adriatic Coast.
  • Via Tiburtina (SS5): connects Rome to Tivoli and Pescara.
  • Via Casilina (SS6), southeastbound, to Anagni and Campania.
  • Via Appia Nuova (SS7), southbound, to Ciampino Airport, Castelli Romani, Campania, Apennines, Basilicata, Taranto and Brindisi in Puglia.
  • Via Ostia (Via del Mare) (SS8), southwestbound, to Ostia.
  • Via Cristoforo Colombo from Porta San Sebastiano to EUR and Ostia.