ROME BY PLANE
THE DIRECT AND QUICKEST WAY
Rome is one of the best connected international cities in the world. There are two main airports in Rome: Rome Fiumicino international airport and Rome Ciampino low cost airport. Both are located outside the city and well connected to the city centre. The main one, Leonardo da Vinci, better known as Fiumicino Airport, is one of the best equipped airports in Europe, located 26 km (15 miles) southwest of Rome. Ciampino Airport, second to Fiumicino, is located 20 km (12 miles) southeast from the city, where most charter flights land.
ROME BY TRAIN
Rome is in the heart of the European Rail Network and the key hub of the national network. Termini central railway station is the point of arrival and departure for almost all trains from Italy and abroad. The majority of public buses leaves from Termini to the different areas of the city and the two existing underground lines have their changing terminal there.
ROME BY CAR
If you decide to arrive by car, the best way to reach Rome is via the Milan-Naples A1/E35 motorway, taking “Roma Nord”, Roma Est” or “Roma Sud” exit, depending on which direction are you coming from and on traffic conditions. You can find Google maps placeholder marking the Conference venue here. Please be aware that in the surroundings of the conference venue there are limited parking possibilities. Moreover especially signed-posted Limited Traffic Zones are in place in the historical centre of the city and special permits, are required in order to drive through these areas. For all the above, getting to the Conference venue by car is strongly inadvisable.
HOW TO GET TO THE VENUE
SAPIENZA FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, ROME, ITALY
Main Entrance via Eudossiana 18
Main Entrance for people with reduced mobility Via delle Sette Sale 11A
From Fiumicino Airport
The Leonardo Express, a first-class only non-stop service links Fiumicino Airport with Roma Termini railway station in approximately 30 minutes. It operates every 15/30 minutes from early morning until late evening. The single ticket, valid for only one journey, costs 14 Euro. Once in Termini station, you may take the subway blue Line B and get off after a couple of stops at Colosseum Station, or take the bus line no. 75. The conference venue is walking distance from there (approx. 300 m.). As an alternative, you can walk down via Cavour, since the Faculty of Engineering is only 1,2 km distant from Termini.
Taxi service is available at Arrival areas. Authorized Taxi vehicles are white with a “TAXI” sign on the roof. A fixed fare of 48 Euro, including all supplements, is defined from Fiumicino Airport to Rome city center (within the Aurelian Walls). The journey takes about 50 minutes up to 90 minutes in heavy traffic conditions.
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From Ciampino Airport
Ciampino Airport can be reached with daily connection between the airport and Roma Termini railway station. The service operates every day, from Monday to Sunday. Tickets can be purchased on line, at the authorized agents located in the Arrival Terminal or on board the bus. All the bus stops are opposite International Departures. For information on timetables, routes, and the cost of tickets see the websites of the various bus companies. Once in Termini station, you may take the subway blue Line B and get off after a couple of stops at Colosseum Station, or take the bus line no. 75. The conference venue is at walkable distance (approx. 300 m.) from there.
Taxi service is available at Arrival areas. Authorized Taxi vehicles are white with a “TAXI” sign on the roof. A fixed fare of 30 Euro, including all supplements, is defined from Ciampino Airport to Rome city center (within the Aurelian Walls). The journey takes about 30 minutes up to 80 minutes in heavy traffic conditions
For all ground transportation options from and to Ciampino airport, click here
Local public transportation
All information regarding public transportation in Rome, including lines, fares, and route planning facilities, can be found clicking here (https://www.atac.roma.it/index.asp?lingua=ENG).
A map of Rome commuter rail system can be found here (https://www.atac.roma.it/files/doc.asp?r=4).