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How to get there
Nearest travel links
|Train station||Marsciano 12 km|
Activities near Canalicchio
|Sports||Tennis in town, Horse riding, Fishing|
|Great for||Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Cycling holidays|
How to get there
Arriving by air: Rome (Fiumicino or Ciampino), Pisa, Ancona or Perugia Airport, (*Ryanair currently fly from Stansted to Perugia but there are no Saturday flights except in August) and then hire a car. Casa delle Rose is about 2 hours drive from Rome/Ancona and 25 minutes from Perugia.
Arriving by train: Perugia Station and then hire a car.
Arriving by road:
From ROME: Take the A1 to Firenze and turn off at Orte and follow the signs to Perugia on the E45. Continue past Todi and take the exit at Ripabianca and follow the signs to Foligno. Once off the motorway you will come to a junction, turn left towards Foligno. After about 1 km you will see the sign to Canalicchio on the left. Continue up the hill for about 4 kms following the Canalicchio signs and continue past the Canalicchio village sign and after 1/2 km you will see a 'Ristorante', take a sharp left turn in the direction of Torre Burchio. As you turn you will see a large stone house across the small valley on your right- Casa delle Rose. Take the first turning on the right down a 'white road' and you will come to Casa delle Rose.
From the NORTH: Take the A1 Milano/Firenze/Roma and after passing Arezzo take the exit to Perugia and after skirting Lago Trasimeno follow the signs for Roma (E45). Continue south on the E45 and shortly after passing Deruta take the Ripabianca exit and follow the directions as for "From ROME'
From PERUGIA: Follow the signs for Roma and take the E45, exit at Ripabianca then follow directions as for "From ROME'
From ANCONA: Take the S76 in the direction of Roma and at Fabriano take the S3 towards Foligno. At Foligno take the S75 to Assisi/Perugia and at Perugia follow the signs for Roma and the E45. Exit at Ripabianca and follow the directions as for 'From ROME' (This may look a roundabout route but it is fast and cuts out cross country small roads).