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How to get

From Rome

By car

THROUGH A1 / E35 / E45. Take Highway Orte, arrived at Orte follow the direction Terni, arrived in Terni go straight on Apennine Sum up to Spoleto, once past Spoleto take the Norcia / Scheggino direction of the gallery, once leaving the tunnel take the Valnerina direction Visso, arrived in Visso follow the signs to Fiastra.

The shorter road distance between Rome and Fiastra is 213.16 km. Here you can see the way to go by car from Rome to Fiastra. Here you can see the way to go by car from Rome to Fiastra.

On the bus

Here the coaches and the CONSORTIUM FIRST LINES times to go from Rome to Fiastra within their means

On the train

Rome's main railway station is Rome Termini station.

The nearest station to Fiastra is from Castelraimondo Camerino station, about 31 km road distance from Fiastra. See the route to go from Castelraimondo Camerino in Fiastra station.

From Macerata

Take the highway SS 77 sea-mounts direction to the junction for Bolognola. Continue for about ten kilometers. 55 Km. The route with Google Maps.

From Ascoli Piceno

Take SS 4 "Salaria" and get to Mozzano. Shortly after the village on the right to get to Comunanza and Amandola. Continue for Sarnano and pass it on SP 78. After about 6 km left to Caldarola and after 500 meters left again to Fiastra-Bolognola. About 80 Km. The route with Google Maps.

Da Foligno

Take the SS77 for Macerata and after Muccia near the hamlet of Pontelatrave, right fork to Fiastra-Bolognola. Then the route is the same as that for Macerata.

From north to south

Take the A14 (from the north in the direction of Ancona and from the south towards Napoli), exit at Macerata / Civitanova Marche, take the SS 77 towards Tolentino / Macerata, turn on the SP 98 and follow the direction for Fiastra.

Porti

Port of Ancona (103 km).

It’s connected with the ports of Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Albania, Montenegro.

For more information visit the company's website Dorica Port Services which operates the passenger traffic and transport within the port of Ancona

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