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How to reach la Residenza Zanardelli

La Residenza Zanardelli, Guest House in piazza Navona, in Rome is situated in Via Giuseppe Zanardelli 8 in a restricted traffic zone (ZTL) access controlled by electronic entrances with varying timetables (weekdays – Sundays and holidays).
Here are the best ways to arrive at the Guest House.
Remember that we can organize private transfers from/to Fiumicino (FCO) and Ciampino (CIA) airports. Please contact us for more information.

FROM AIRPORTS
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport – FCO:
Leonardo Express: from Fiumicino Airport take the "Leonardo Express" train to Termini Railway Station (departs every 30 minutes without stops). The cost of the ticket is 14 euros per person one way, with a journey time of 31 minutes.
On arrival at the Termini Railway Station take the ATAC 70 bus (Clodio) for 11 stops and then get off at the ZANARDELLI stop.
By taxi – 48 euros for a maximum of four people (fixed fare)

From Ciampino International Airport – CIA:
You can take one of the many buses that run from Ciampino Airport to Termini Railway Station, with a journey time of around 40 minutes. Bus companies include Terravision and Airport Shuttle. From Termini Railway Station, take the ATAC 70 bus (Clodio) for 11 stops and get off at the ZANARDELLI stop.
By taxi – 30 euros for a maximum of four people (fixed fare)

FROM THE RAILWAY STATIONS
Dalla Stazione Termini:
Take the ATAC 70 bus (Clodio) for 11 stops and get off at the ZANARDELLI stop.

From Tiburtina station:
Take the metro LINE B (Laurentina direction) and get off at the Termini stop (4 stops). Take the ATAC 70 bus (Clodio) for 11 stops and get off at the ZANARDELLI stop.

From Ostiense station:
Get to the Ostiense stop and take line 30 (Clodio) for 8 stops and then get off at the ZANARDELLI stop.

Getting around in Rome

Metro tickets can be bought directly at metro stations. Bus tickets can be bought in all tobacconists (tabaccherie) with a “T” sign outside, and from newsagents. Remember to buy your ticket and take it to a machine to be stamped.

Tickets for getting around Rome with public transport

BIT Ordinary city ticket: duration 100 minutes €1.50
BLG Day ticket: duration 1 day €6
BTI ticket: duration 3 days €16.50
CIRS Weekly ticket: duration 7 days €24

All tickets are valid for the Metro, all surface transport, and railway network FS Urbana and ATAC - Metro Roma.

Some special tickets are also available that offer entrance to the city’s main attractions and access to public transport, for example:

  • Roma Pass – valid for three days from the time it is activated.
    Provides free entry to the first two consecutive museums and/or archaeological sites of your choice. Discounts for all other museums and/or archaeological sites after the first two; Free entry to the following museums: Museo della Repubblica Romana e della Memoria Garibaldina (Museum of the Roman Republic and the Memory of Garibaldi), Museo Bilotti a Villa Borghese (Carlo Bilotti Museum at Villa Borghese), Museo Canonica (Pietro Canonica Museum), Museo delle Mura (Museum of the Aurelian Walls), Museo Napoleonico (Napoleon Museum) and Villa di Massenzio; Free use of ATAC transport (Metro Lines A and B, Regional train journeys Rome-Lido, Rome Flaminio Piazza del Popolo-Viterbo and Rome Giardinetti). Cost 34 euros.
  • Omnia Vatican & Rome - valid for three days from the time it is activated
    Provides discounted entry to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, discounted entry to either St Peter’s Basilica or the Vatican Gardens with a scenic minibus tour and audio guide (Vatican Gardens visits are temporarily suspended. It is usually necessary to book your visit to the Vatican Gardens. To book, please write to usp@orpnet.org; info@operaromanapellegrinaggi.org); Visit to the Basilica of St John Lateran and Cloister with multimedia audio guide; Visit to St Peter’s Prison (Carcere di San Pietro) with an “Experience” tour; Entry to the Christian Rome Open Bus with panoramic route and stop&go system; Entry to the Colosseum, Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill with audio guide; Entry to another museum or archaeological site included in the Roma Pass network; Access to urban public transport included in Roma Pass; Discounts for all other museums included in the Roma Pass network.
    Cost 90 euros per person for adults (65 euros for children aged 6 to 12 years).


A great way to visit the city is with the distinctive open-top buses with routes between the main attractions and audio guides in eight languages. You can get on and off as it suits you, and there are different types to choose from:

  • 110 Open
  • City Sightseeing Roma
  • Ciao Roma
  • Greenline tours
  • ArcheoBus

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