Saint Martin

Via San Martino della Battaglia 11, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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travel directions

by verediz

how do I get from Piazza di spagna to policlinici gemelli by public transportaiton?
Thanks

Re: travel directions

by leics

The clinic website has directions in Italian (but easy to work out):

http://www.policlinicogemelli.it/area/?s=216

You need to take line A Metro to one of several stops and then abus onward to the clinic.

Metro A to Battistini (its terminus) and then direct bus 146 to the policlinico seems simplest to me. Spagna Metro station is also on line A.

Metro map here:

http://www.urbanrail.net/eu/rom/roma.htm

However, the ATAC journeyplanner (in English)

http://www.atac.roma.it/index.asp?lingua=ENG

suggests:

1. Take Metro A to Baldo degli Ubaldi station.

2. Then take bus 994 for 13 stops to Gemelli (stop 'PINETA SACCHETTI/GEMELLI')

Re: travel directions

by bekerovka

hy,
catch Metro Linea A in Spagna station direction Battistini. Outside Battistini metro station, bus #146 to Pineta Sacchetti - Policlinico Gemelli. The stop is in front the hospital.
Ciao, Marco

Re: travel directions

by mccalpin

J, I suspect that ATAC suggested the 994 bus because you asked for a solution for today (Saturday), on which the 994 runs 50% more often than the 146 (Sunday, too). But during the week, the 146 runs just as often, and with fewer stops, will make the faster trip.

Bill

Re: travel directions

by leics

Thanks, Bill.

I'm pleased that my instincts for the Battistini+bus 146 on the polyclinico site were sound.

:-)

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Address: Via San Martino della Battaglia 11, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy