Italian Apartments

Soriano nel Cimino (VT)

Getting There

Getting to Soriano nel Cimino 

Arriving in Italy at Rome Fiumicino airport:

There is a direct train that goes from Fiumicino airport directly to Orte station.

When you have retrieved your luggage and cleared customs and come out into the arrival foyer, look for signs to the trains. The station is right in the middle of the airport across the road from the terminals. You may have to go upstairs but there are covered walkways to the station. There is a train for Orte almost every hour. It usually leaves on the half hour and there are a few gaps.  You can check by going to and they have a site in English.  Put in Aeroporto Fiumicino and the start station and Orte as the destination and it will give you the solutions and prices.  It could be handy to print this page and have it to show at the bigletteria. You have to buy a ticket from the bigletteria to the right as you enter the station and validate it by punching it in a machine near the gates before you get on the train. The ticket costs about €11.00.

If there is a long wait for the direct train to Orte you can take a train to Tiburtina Station and then the train to Orte.

When you get off the train at Orte you go to the entrance of the station and there are blue buses that go to Soriano. They will either have Soriano or Chia written on the front of the bus. If it is Chia you will have to change at Chia but the bus for Soriano is usually waiting to leave as soon as the passengers arrive. If you arrive on a Sunday, there are no blue buses.

We can arrange collection at the station if you have a lot of luggage or there are no buses. Talk to us regarding costs.

Bus timetables are correct as August 2021 but can be subject to change.  There is a timetable just outside the station at Orte. 

Bus Timetable – Soriano – Orte return

Soriano - Orte








Arriving at Ciampino Airport and going to Soriano nel Cimino:

If you come to Ciampino airport which is for budget airlines within Europe, take the Ryanair express to Termini Station and then catch a train from there to Orte station.  There are trains to Orte almost every hour and they usually leave from platform 1 or 2. 

Arriving at Orte by train:

Almost all trains from Florence or Perugia stop at Orte.  Some Eurostar trains bypass it and you will have to go on to Roma Termini and then catch a train back to Orte. 

Arriving by car:

From Fiumicino:

You can head towards Rome and take the G.R.A. (ring road around Rome) and then the A1 towards Firenze and exit at Orte.  From there you head to Viterbo and take the Soriano exit.  Alternatively, you can take the Via Aurelia north to Tarquinia and then go towards Viterbo which you bypass and again take the Soriano exit

In either case you should check the directions on Google maps or which will even show you the direction signs to look for