There are three main ways to reach L'Aquila. The first, is to travel by car taking the A24 (the autostrada connecting Rome and Teramo) that passes to the north of the city. L'Aquila can also be reached by other, smaller provincial highways. The second method is by bus. There is an intercity bus (pullman) that travels directly from the Rome Tiburtina Railway Station to the main bus terminal found at the northern end of the city. The third way is by train. It is on a minor but very scenic line from Perugia via Terni to Sulmona. The city has no airport so it is usually most convenient to fly to either the Ciampino or Fiumicino airports in Rome before traveling on to L'Aquila
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