The Centre for Bahá’í Studies is easily reached, both by train and by car:

• For those travelling by car on the Autostrada A1 Roma-Napoli one takes the exit Anagni-Fiuggi and proceeds following the indications for Acuto. Upon arriving in the town of Acuto the signs indicating the way to the Hotel are clearly visible.

• For those travelling by train from the main train station of Rome, Roma Termini, one should take the train for Anagni-Fiuggi (generally these are trains with the destination for Cassino o Frosinone). Upon arriving at the station of Anagni-Fiuggi there is a bus for the town of Fiuggi. Upon reaching the town of Fiuggi one can either take advantage of a taxi service which will take you directly to our hotel, or use another public transportation service to Acuto.

  • For one arriving at the airports of Roma Fiumicino or Ciampino: From the airport of Fiumicino it is sufficient to take the train which goes to Roma Termini and then follow the indications sited here above. From Roma Ciampino there are direct trains for Anagni-Fiuggi (always on the line of Cassino o Frosinone), and then follow the directions indicated here above. Please note that below one can find further information concerning flights to Rome which from the major cities of Europe.• Lastly from Rome one can use the bus service which goes directly from Roma Termini to the town of Fiuggi. The time of the trip is approximately 90 minutes.. The hours of departure durino the summer are: 07:00 – 08:00 – 10:00 – 12:30 – 15:00 – 19:00. Winter hours are: 10:00 – 12:30 – 19:00.

    Rome is very well connected with nonstop flights to almost every European capital. Besides conventional airlines a number of “low-cost” airlines also fly to the Italian capital, such as Ryanair (www.ryanair.com – London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Paris, Frankfurt, Karlsruhe, Düsseldorf, Bruxelles, Stockholm, Barcelone, Valencia, and more), Easyjet (www.easyjet.com – London, Geneva, Basel, Berlin, Belfast, Newcastle, Nottingham, Dortmund, and more), SkyEurope (www.skyeurope.com – Budapest, Warsaw, Krakow, Bratislava, etc.), Germanwings (www.germanwings.com – Stuttgart and Cologne) and AirBerlin (www.airberlin.com – Berlin, Hamburg, Düsseldorf. ). Most conventional airlines fly to Fiumicino airport, whereas most “low-cost” airlines fly to the smaller Ciampino airport.

    Up-to-date information on schedules and routes of both airports can be found at the following website: www.adr.it

    Train timetable: www.trenitalia.it

    Bus timetable: www.cotralspa.it

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