Arrival and transportation during the conference

How to arrive at the Conference Venue

Crowne Plaza Rome - St. Peter's
Via Aurelia Antica, 415
00165 Rome

Walking route from the metro station Cornelia to the Conference Venue

 

From Leonardo Da Vinci - Fiumicino (FCO) airport

By public transportation. There are two possibilities:

- Take Leonardo Express train to Roma Termini railway station (http://www.trenitalia.com/tcom-en/Services/Fiumicino-Airport). The single-ticket, valid for one journey, costs 14 €. Then, change to metro (line A to Battistini). The Metrebus integrated travel tickets costs 1.50 €. Get off at the stop "Cornelia". Then, as shown in the map above, take “Circonvallazione Cornelia” for around 650 meters and turn right to “Via di Torrerossa”. At the end of the street, go straight on “Via Aurelia Antica” for 100 meters. The Crowne Plaza is located on your left. Total cost around 16 euro; estimated time of arrival 1h 10’.

- Take Sit Bus Shuttle to Roma Circonvallazione Aurelia (https://www.sitbusshuttle.com/en/). The single-ticket, valid for one journey, costs 6 €. Get off at “Roma Circonvallazione Aurelia” for around 200 meters and turn right to “Via di Torrerossa”. At the end of the street, go straight on “Via Aurelia Antica” for 100 meters. The Crowne Plaza is located on your left. Total cost around 6 euro; estimated time of arrival 40’.

By Hotel Shuttle: To hotel guests may use a shuttle service from Fiumicino’s airport to Crowne Plaza. The service costs 15 € and requires advanced reservation. The timetable of the shuttle and the information to reserve the service can be found here. Please, ask confirmation of the shuttle departing hour when contacting the hotel.

By Taxi: The cost to the Conference Venue is approximately 50 €. The trip takes about 30 mins.

 

From G.B. Pastine - Ciampino (CIA) airport

By public transportation. There are two possibilities:

- Choose one of the several shuttles from the airport to Roma Termini railway station (average one-way ticket price around 6 €). Once arrived to Termini station, take metro (line A to Battistini). The Metrebus integrated travel tickets costs 1.50 €. Get off at the stop "Cornelia". Then, as shown in the map above, take “Circonvallazione Cornelia” for around 650 meters and turn right to “Via di Torrerossa”. At the end of the street, go straight on “Via Aurelia Antica” for 100 meters. The Crowne Plaza is located on your left. Total cost around 8 euro; estimated time of arrival 1h.

- Take the bus number 520 from Airport. The ride will end at Metro station “Cinecittà”. The Metrebus integrated travel tickets costs 1.50 €.  Once arrived at “Cinecittà” station, with the same ticket (no new ticket is required), take metro (line A to Battistini). Get off at the stop "Cornelia". Then, as shown in the map above, take “Circonvallazione Cornelia” for around 650 meters and turn right to “Via di Torrerossa”. At the end of the street, go straight on “Via Aurelia Antica” for 100 meters. The Crowne Plaza is located on your left. Total cost around 1.5 euro; estimated time of arrival 1h 15’.

 

From city center

By public transportation. Rome is served by three metro lines (A, B and C) whose stations are shown below. The closest metro station to the Conference venue is "Cornelia" (Metro A). The exchange stations are Termini (Metro A and B) and San Giovanni (Metro B and C). The Metrebus integrated travel tickets costs 1.50 € and is valid for 100 minutes and for only one Metro ride. The same ticket can be used for several bus rides as long as the 100 minutes expire.

For more information check the website of Rome Public Transportation at http://www.atac.roma.it/index.asp?lingua=ENG, where a route planner is also available.

 

How to arrive to Rome

Access by air:

There are many airline companies that fly to Rome: direct flights from all the major cities in Europe, America and Asia are available. Please note that the city is served by two international airports:

1) The Rome–Fiumicino International Airport "Leonardo da Vinci" is the major airport in Italy and one of the busiest airports in Europe by passenger traffic. It is located in the city of Fiumicino, 35.0 km west of Rome's historic city center.

2) The Rome-Ciampino International Airport “G.B. Pastine” is an important hub for many European low-cost carriers. It is located in 12.0 km south southeast of central Rome.

For more information, please visit the official site of ADR: http://www.adr.it/web/aeroporti-di-roma-en-

Train access:

There are some options available for train travelling. The most important train stations of the city are:

1) Roma Termini: it is the main railway station of Rome and the second largest in Europe. It is located in the center of the city. The station has regular train services to all major Italian cities as well as daily international services to many European cities. The railway station is connected to the Metro lines A and B.

2) Roma Tiburtina: it is the second largest railway station in Rome and is located in the north-eastern part of the city. The station is connected to Rome's Metro line B at Tiburtina metro station

 
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