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TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION

HOW TO GET TO THE CONFERENCE SITE

Faculty of Humanities

Address:

University of "Roma Tre"
Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Via Ostiense, 234
Rome



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TRANSPORT INFORMATION

From and to airports

There are two airports in Rome: Fiumicino and Ciampino.

FIUMICINO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

From Fiumicino International Airport there are different options to get to Rome (city centre) or "Roma Tre" University. The fastest way is by train.

By train

There are 2 options:

  • a) the Leonardo Express to Roma Termini railway station (departures every 30 minutes / € 14,00 one way / journey takes app. 30 minutes / no intermediate stops) or
  • b) the regional train to Fara Sabina/Orte (departures every 20 minutes / € 8,00 single ticket / journey takes approx. 30 minutes calling at all the main stations in the city but Termini). If you are going directly to Roma Tre University, you can take this train, get off at "Ostiense" railway station, then take the underground Line B (direction "Laurentina") from the nearby metro station "Piramide", getting off at "Marconi". The faculty of Humanities of the University of Roma Tre is just a short walk away from "Marconi" metro station.

Both trains depart from Fiumicino International Airport railway station. Visit the Trenitalia website for more information: www.trenitalia.com. Tickets are sold at the ticket office inside the railway station and must be stamped before boarding.

By coach

There are different bus companies operating to/from Rome/Fiumicino int. airport. The journey takes approx. one hour; the cost of the ticket is between € 4,00 and € 8,00 (single ticket). Tickets are sold at ticket offices, outside the airport, exit Terminal 3 turn to your right and follow the signs to the Bus Stalls. Visit the main companies' websites for more information:

  • Terravision: Bus stop in Rome: Termini (via Marsala) www.terravision.eu
  • TAM srl. www.tambus.it - Bus stops in Rome: 1) Ostiense Station Piazzale 12 ottobre 1492 - 2) Termini Station ( Via Giovanni Giolitti n° 10).
  • Sit Bus Shuttle: www.sitbusshuttle.com - Bus stops in Rome: 1) Termini Station (via Marsala); 2) Vaticano, (Via Crescenzio n. 2).
  • Atral-SCHIAFFINI Bus stop in Rome: Termini (via Giolitti) www.atral-lazio.com

By taxi

€ 48,00 (fixed fare, including luggage) from the airport to anywhere in the city centre. If you go directly to the University the fare should be cheaper (approx. € 30,00), but ask before boarding the taxi. The University of "Roma Tre" has different branches around the city, so make sure you specify Via Ostiense, 234 (near Viale Marconi) when you state your destination. Taxi ranks are located outside all terminals. Do not trust 'private' taxi drivers approaching you. Avoid the City of Fiumicino taxis, which have different fares and will charge you € 60,00 to go to Rome. Licensed taxis are white and carry a yellow and red ribbon on both sides, plus a sign with the emblem of the city (SPQR) and the car matriculation number on the front doors. Tips are not compulsory, but you can round up the fare.

FROM CIAMPINO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

There is no train service from Ciampino International Airport to Rome. The fastest way is by coach.

By coach

there are different bus companies operating to/from Rome/Ciampino int. airport. The journey takes approx. 40 minutes; the cost of the ticket is between € 4,00 and € 6,00 (single ticket). Tickets are sold at the companies' ticket offices, inside the airport. Visit the two main companies' websites for more information:

By taxi

€ 30,00 (fixed fare, including luggage) from the airport to anywhere in the city centre. If you go directly to "Roma Tre" the fare will be more expensive. Roma Tre University has different branches around the city, so make sure you specify Via Ostiense, 234 (near Viale Marconi) when you state your destination. Ask before boarding the taxi. The taxi rank is located outside the airport. Do not trust 'private' taxi drivers approaching you. Rome taxis are white and carry a yellow and red ribbon on both sides, plus a sign with the emblem of the city and the matriculation number on the front doors. Tips are not compulsory, but you can round up the fare.


Transport in Rome

BUS & UNDERGROUND TICKETS (ATAC-METREBUS) in Rome

http://www.atac.roma.it/?lingua=ENG

  • BIT - INTEGRATED TIME TICKET (€ 1,50) - It is valid for 100 minutes after validation. You can buy it at ticket offices and shops (newsagents/tobacconists).
  • BIG - INTEGRATED DAILY TICKET (€ 7,00)
  • ROME 48 hours (€ 12,50)
  • ROME 72 hours(€ 18,00)
  • CIS - INTEGRATED WEEKLY TICKET (€ 24,00)

Tickets must be purchased before boarding and In order to be valid, you must always validate your ticket at the beginning of your journey and when transferring onto the metro. Your ticket, once stamped, is valid 100 minutes, includes one underground journey only and unlimited bus journeys
Validation stamping machines are installed: on buses, trams, trolleybuses.
Bus and underground tickets are sold at underground stations (mainly self-service machines), newsagents and tobacconists.
Many buses also depart from Termini so, wherever you have to go in Rome, there will be an option with public transports.

FROM TERMINI RAILWAY STATION TO THE CONVENTION SITE

Rome has two main underground lines, LINE A and LINE B and they both call at Termini railway station. The Faculty of Humanities, where the conference takes place, is a short walk away from "Marconi" metro station (LINE B – Direction "Laurentina").

FROM "MARCONI" UNDERGROUND STATION TO THE CONVENTION SITE

Take the winding stairs as you come out of the metro station, and go downstairs to the parking lot. Walk straight to the gate on Via Ostiense 234. The main entrance of the Faculty of Humanities is right across the street, to your right.

TAXIS

If you want to take a taxi, make sure you go to one of the official taxi ranks outside the railway station and do not trust 'private' taxi drivers approaching you. Licensed taxis have a meter inside that should always be on (it usually starts from € 2,00 or € 3,00). Tips are not compulsory, but you can round up the fare.



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