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How to reach L'Aquila

L’Aquila is a city in the center of Italy, at about 110 Km to the east of Rome. The closest international airports are Fiumicino Airport (∼150 km) and Ciampino Airport (∼120 km). The train service to L’Aquila is NOT RECOMMENDED since it takes a very long time and you have to change trains several times.

From Rome Fiumicino or Ciampino airport
From Rome Fiumicino or Ciampino airport, the best way is to get a bus to L’Aquila (just outside Arrivals of Terminal 3). Please check the timetables below:

Bus Company Bus stop in L’Aquila
Link for tickets and timetable
Gaspari Bus Hotel Amiternum
Flixbus Hotel Amiternum https://global.flixbus.com/

We suggest to buy the ticket on-line in advance.

From Rome Tiburtina railway station
From Rome Tiburtina railway station, the best way is to get a bus to L’Aquila from Tiburtina bus parking lot. It is about 300 m from Tiburtina railway station. Please check the bus timetables below:

Bus Company Bus stop in L’Aquila
Link for tickets and timetable
TUA Collemaggio Terminal Bus
Gaspari Bus Hotel Amiternum https://www.gasparionline.it/en/
Flixbus Hotel Amiternum

We suggest to buy the ticket on-line in advance.

 

How to reach GSSI

From the Hotel Amiternum in L’Aquila
The best way to reach GSSI from the Hotel Amiternum is to get a taxi cab. Taxi cabs are normally available at the Hotel Amiternum. You can also call Radio-Taxi company (+39)086225165 (other info at www.radiotaxilaquila.it). This service is available every day from 07:00 to 00:30, additionally you can book a run after 00:30 if you call before 19:00.

You can also reach GSSI from Hotel Amiternum, by taking any city bus to the city centre and getting off at Collemaggio Terminal Bus “Lorenzo Natali” (see below).

From Collemaggio Terminal Bus in L’Aquila
Terminal Bus “Lorenzo Natali – Collemaggio” is 5 minutes walking distance from GSSI (see the map at https://bit.ly/2pwpt7i)

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