Ensure your visit goes smoothly by planning transportation in
Patrizia Holiday Home:
Via Salvatore Pincherle, 169
00146 - Roma
Visualizzazione ingrandita della mappa
By Public Transport:
The nearest Underground station is “Marconi” which
is just 7 minutes walking from Patrizia Holiday Home.
When you exit the Underground at Marconi cross the road in front
of you and turn right onto Viale Guglielmo Marconi. After 400
meters turn left onto Via Salvatore Pincherle. Underground train
takes just 12 minutes from Marconi to Roma Termini central station.
METRO - SUBWAY
The public transport system of the underground, trams and buses
gets you to the major tourist sites and attractions quicker.
Bearing this in mind, we suggest purchasing a Roma Pass, entitling
card holders to use public transport for three days running,
as well as benefit from discounts in museums, at tourist sites,
shops and theatres.
For those arriving from the North, the best way to reach the
capital is via the Milan-Rome A1 motorway.
Those coming from the West of the country should instead take
the Aurelia State Road and then the Civitavecchia-Rome A12 motorway.
From the Adriatic Coast, the best route is via the Aquila-Rome
Finally from the South, the Naples-Rome A1 motorway should be
taken. Every motorway joins up with the “Grande Raccordo
Anulare” (or G.R.A.- Rome Ring Road) with exits for the
centre and Rome’s suburbs.
The nearest G.R.A. exit is number 26 Roma Centro/Eur. Take
the exit and merge onto Via Pontina/SS148. Continue for about
4 km onto Via Cristoforo Colombo and take the exit on the left
toward Viale Guglielno Marconi. Merge onto Viale Guglielmo Marconi,
continue for about 700 meters and turn left onto Via Salvatore
Especially signed-posted Limited Traffic Zones are in place
in the historical centre of the city: special permits, issued
by Atac, The Capital’s Public Mobility Agency, are required
in order to drive through these areas. Special road signs as
well luminous displays mark the entrances to these zones.
For further information www.atac.roma.it
The airports of Rome Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) and Ciampino
(GB Pastine) are properly connected to the city center which
is easily accessible by train, bus and taxi.
Termini Station is a key railway junction for the city and for
the whole country: about 800 trains leave here each day for
every Italian city .
Thanks to the High Speed Service, for example, Milan can be
reached in about 3 hours!
There are also several secondary stations situated in various
parts of the city (Tiburtina, Ostiense, Trastevere, Tuscolana…).
For further information and for the timetable of the trains