How to reach Assisi Garden

By car

Coming from the south exit on the A1 motorway and best 'at Orte, which is' linked to Perugia by SS204 (direction Terni) before, and the E45 (or SS3bis) from Terni to Perugia and then. In this case before Perugia, arrived at Ponte San Giovanni, follow the signs to Assisi, leaving and entering the E45, c / o Collestrada on SS75. Exit at Santa Maria degli Angeli and follow the signs for Assisi.To reach Assisi from Rome / Naples.

Coming from the north on the A14 on the Adriatic coast, the best way to reach Assisi 'to leave the motorway exit for Cesena, then, using the E45 to reach Citta' di Castello, then arrived at the junction of Collestrada Leave the E45 and take the SS75. Exit at Santa Maria degli Angeli and follow the signs for Assisi.To reach the Adriatic Coast Assisi.

The best exit for Assisi on the A1 motorway and 'to Valdichiana, where the highway enters SS75bis bordering on Lake Trasimeno in Umbria before, and the City' and then to Perugia. Beyond the latter, and arrived at Ponte San Giovanni, and take steps towards Assisi, c / o Collestrada on SS75, exit at Santa Maria degli Angeli and follow the signs for Assisi.To reach Assisi from Milan / Bologna / Florence.

By train

The station of Assisi and 'mail in plain near Santa Maria degli Angeli (famous for the beautiful Basilica), and then' very far from the center of the city '(about 3 km), but it is well connected by buses run every 30 minutes (line C). Buses leave from outside the station and stop in Piazza Matteotti.

From the south, the main line between Rome and Ancona has a station at Foligno (on the route to Spello, Assisi, Perugia, Trasimeno), so coming from Rome, take one of the nine daily trains on the line to Ancona, stop at Foligno ( 2 hr. trip) and take a train line that stops Terontola secondary Foligno-Assisi / Santa Maria degli Angeli (10 to 15 min.).To reach Assisi from Rome / Naples.

From the north, the main line between Florence and Rome has a station at Terontola (on the line to Lake Trasimeno, Perugia, Assisi, Spello, Foligno), so coming from Florence take a train (there are about 12 per day) stops Terontola / Cortona (1 hour and a half trip) and then Terontala station take a train that connects to Assisi / S. Maria degli Angeli (45 to 60 min.).To reach Assisi from Milan / Bologna / Florence.

By plane

The best way to reach Assisi by plane 'to land in Rome and go to Assisi by bus, train or renting a car.

  • Leonardo da Vinci Airport, Fiumicino (FCO) (30 Km south west of Rome).
  • Airport A. Vespucci, known as Peretola (FLR) (10 km northwest of Florence), has connections to Brussels, Paris, London, Rome and Milan.
  • Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa (PSA) (12 km south of Pisa and 80 km west of Florence) has flights from London, Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris, so 'as domestic flights to Rome and Milan.

Assisi, in fact, not 'far from the three cities' above named, and can 'be reached from these localities' by train, bus or car.
The airports in central Italy over 'near Assisi, Italy are Rome, Pisa and Florence.

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