ACCESSIBILITY: CONNECTIONS TO EUROPE,
ITALIAN CITIES AND CITY MOBILITY
ROME: A DOOR TO ITALY, A GATE TO EUROPE
The EUR district is well connected to Rome’s international airports, the “Leonardo da Vinci” airport in Fiumicino and the “Giovan Battista Pastine” airport in Ciampino, as well as to the city centre.
Both airports operate daily flights to and from most European capitals, as well as to other major European cities, including Frankfurt (seat of the ECB-SSM and EIOPA).
Rome’s Fiumicino airport – voted as Europe’s Best Airport for the sixth consecutive time by Airports Council International (ACI) in the category of hubs with over 40 million passengers – is renowned for the excellent quality of its services and customer satisfaction. Arrangements for AMLA staff and their families for transports from/to the airports will be made through special agreements with local transport providers (taxis and car rental).
The city of Rome hosts three important railway stations: Termini, Tiburtina and Ostiense. From there, Italy’s main cities (Florence, Bologna, Milan, Turin, Venice, Naples) can be reached in few hours via the high-speed train line.
AMLA’s headquarters will be located along one of Rome’s main roads, Via Cristoforo Colombo, cutting through the EUR district and linking the city centre to the sea. AMLA’s premises will be also well connected to most of Rome’s main attractions by public transport through the “EUR Fermi” metro station. The area is well served by cycling paths, which also connect the EUR district to the city centre (Circus Maximus, Colosseum, Roman Forum), the Appia archaeological park, the Trastevere and Prati districts and the Vatican.