How to Get Here

Rome, on the Mediterranean coast, is reachable from many international airports. The City is home to Fiumicino and Ciampino airports. Fiumicino, the larger of the two, is actually on the coast, whilst Ciampino is on the eastern side of Rome, outside the centre. There's a network of trains and buses that run between the airports and the City.

Abruzzo is on the same latitude as Rome, but on the opposite Adriatic coast. From the UK it's really easy to reach Abruzzo by flying to Pescara Airport - Pescara is the main city on the Adriatic coast. You can fly to Pescara from London Stansted (Ryan Air), Calgari, Bruxelles, Frankfurt, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf and Krakov.

Alternatively to reach Abruzzo you can fly to Rome and then drive via a quiet motorway through the Apennine mountains. Or we can book seats in advance for you on the coach service that runs between the Rome airports and Abruzzo. The journey takes about 2.5 hours and you'll enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery in Italy.

We'll be happy to give detailed travel advice and arrange airport transfers to Rome and Abruzzo for you and your guests.