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Aurelia Residence
Via Aurelia, 145
00165 Rome – Italy
Phone: +39 06 39388648
Fax: +39 06 39378868
E-Mail: info@aureliaresidence.it

Lat.: 41° 53′ 58.2″ N

Long.: 12° 27′ 26.7″ E

When on the ring-road (Grande Raccordo Anulare) that surrounds the city and that you will bump into wherever you are coming from, turn into Exit 1 towards Roma centro, and you will directly reach Via Aurelia. Never leave it, drive on to Piazza Irnerio, and then again until you see the Vatican Walls. At the junction just before the walls, turn right and drive along Via Aurelia. The Aurelia Residence is on your right, at number 145.

Lat.: 41° 53′ 58.2″ N   –    Long.: 12° 27′ 26.7″ E

  • If you are coming by car, take the Roma-Fiumicino motorway (SS201) up to the ring-road (Grande Raccordo Anulare); when on the ring-road, drive north (Cassia, Aurelia, Flaminia …). Turn into exit 1 towards Roma centro, and you will be in Via Aurelia. Never leave it, drive on to Piazza Irnerio, and then again until you see the Vatican Walls. At the junction just before the walls, turn right and drive along Via Aurelia. The Aurelia Residence is on your right, at number 145.
  • If you are coming by train, at Fiumicino airport one train leaves every thirty minutes for Roma Termini; it takes 30 minutes to arrive downtown. At Roma Termini you can take another train to the Station of Roma S. Pietro. A pedestrian walkway connects the station to Via Gregorio VII, cross it to get to Via Aurelia from Via Sergio I and Via Leone IX.
  • Otherwise, when at Termini take the underground line A (red line) towards “Battistini”. Stop at Ottaviano and walk along Via Ottaviano to Saint Peter’s. When in Piazza Risorgimento, turn left and find Via Crescenzio. In Via Crescenzio take the number 49 bus towards Largo Millesimo. Get off as soon as number 49 leaves the Vatican Walls and arrives in Via Aurelia. In front of you, on the opposite side of the road, the Via Aurelia moves down the hillside, at number 145 you will find the Aurelia Residence San Pietro.
  • Optionally, the Aurelia Residence San Pietro can arrange a transfer service from the airport to the apartment hotel. Of course you can also take a taxi at the airport.
  • If you are coming by train, at Fiumicino airport one train leaves every thirty minutes for Roma Termini; it takes 30 minutes to arrive downtown. At Roma Termini you can take another train to the Station of Roma S. Pietro. A pedestrian walkway connects the station to Via Gregorio VII, cross it to get to Via Aurelia from Via Sergio I and Via Leone IX.
  • Otherwise, when at Termini take the underground line A (red line) towards “Battistini”. Stop at Ottaviano and walk along Via Ottaviano to Saint Peter’s. When in Piazza Risorgimento, turn left and find Via Crescenzio. In Via Crescenzio take the number 49 bus towards Largo Millesimo. Get off as soon as number 49 leaves the Vatican Walls and arrives in Via Aurelia. In front of you, on the opposite side of the road, the Via Aurelia moves down the hillside, at number 145 you will find the Aurelia Residence San Pietro.
  • Optionally, the Aurelia Residence San Pietro can arrange a transfer service from the airport to the apartment hotel. Of course you can also take a taxi at the airport.

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  • St. Peter’s Church & Vatican Museums
  • Ancient Rome Tour
  • Underground Rome
  • Rome by Night
  • Angels and Demons
  • Borghese Gallery

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  • Vatican Under the Stars
  • Vatican Relax
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  • Vatican Gardens
  • Vatican Secret Rooms
  • Exclusive Vatican after hours tour

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  • Tivoli
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