The A14 motorway connects Bologna, the meeting point of all the roads from the north, to the Adriatic Coast and Giulianova. The exit is at the Teramo – Giulianova – Mosciano S. Angelo motorway tollbooth. For those coming from the south, the directions to follow are for Ancona. For those coming from the north the directions to follow are for Pescara.
For those coming from Rome we recommend the A24 towards L’Aquila, Teramo Est exit.
The national railway network allows you to reach Giulianova from all the Italian cities. Giulianova railway station is located near the central part of the town.
Pescara airport is about 50 km far from Giulianova and it is served by various national and international flights and the connection is guaranteed by direct bus lines and trains.
Ancona Falconara airportis about 120 km far from Giulianova. It is serviced by a direct train service departing from the CASTELFERRETTI – FALCONARA AEROPORTO station and arriving at the Ancona railway station, from where it is possible to reach various national and international destinations.
Fiumicinointernational airport “Leonardo Da Vinci” in Rome, is about 225 km far from Giulianova and the connection is guaranteed by several directbus lines.
Ciampinointernational airport “G. B. Pastine” in Rome, is about 245 km far from Giulianova and and the connection is guaranteed by several bus lines.
Travelling to Giulianovais possiblethanks to differentbus companies such asFlixBus andGaspari Bus.They have different policies about what you’re allowed to take with you. In most cases, you can bring a suitcase and hand luggage on the Rome Giulianova bus route for free. The equipment on board varies depending on the company. However, many long-distance coches offer Wi-Fi. The fastest coach from Rome to Giulianova takes 2h 25m.