Tivoli is a city situated approximately
30 km from Rome and it's easy to reach it.
This page describes how to arrive in Rome. Then you will find information on how to arrive in Tivoli and hints on how to orient yourself.
The most important airport is Fiumicino (it is about 70 km far from Tivoli), where the majority of national and international flights land.
There is also a little airport, Ciampino, about 40 km far from Tivoli. It is used above all by some national and international cheap flights.
There are many bus companies that connect Rome with all the other Italian and the main European cities.
The main place is Tiburtina railway station (where there is also a B metro stop).
The train is for sure the mean of transport more comfortable. There are many links (some at high speed) with all the other Italian cities.
For more information see the site of Ferrovie dello Stato (www.trenitalia.it).
The most important railway stations are Termini (situated on the crossing of A and B metro) and Tiburtina.
The main motorway is the A1 Milan-Naples (that arrives until Reggio Calabria becoming A3) passing through Bologna and Florence. The A24 motorway connects Rome with Aquila and Pescara.
If you come from Puglia, you can take the A14 (Taranto-Bari), that passes through the Campania forward west (becoming A16) and joins to the A1 near Naples.
For more information see the site of Società Autostrade (www.autostrade.it).
An impressive complex of buildings which almost looks as if it is one with the surrounding rock...
Patrocinio Comune di Tivoli
Assessorato al Turismo