HOW TO REACH US
The closest airports to Gaeta are:
Naples International Airport (NAP);
Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport (CIA);
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO).
From Rome or Naples (highway):
Take the Autostrada del Sole A1 and exit at Cassino, and then take the SS Cassino-Formia towards Formia-Gaeta.
From Rome (interstate road):
Take the SS Appia or SS Pontina towards Latina-Terracina-Gaeta.
From Naples (interstate road):
Take the Via Domiziana towards Minturno-Formia-Gaeta.
The main railway stations of Rome and Naples are connected to Gaeta by the Formia-Gaeta railway station. For further information concerning the train schedule, visit the website https://www.trenitalia.com.
From Formia-Gaeta railway station, Gaeta is reachable by taxi or bus service provided by the COTRAL transport company.
Hotel Mirasole International**** (special rates apply: instructions here)
Hotel Gajeta*** (special rates apply: instructions here)
Residenza Punta Stendardo** (special rates apply: instructions here)
Villa Irlanda Grand Hotel**** (located 5 km from the center of Gaeta)
Transfers with shuttles from Mirasole Hotel and Gajeta Hotel to the conference venue will be organized during the day depending on the program.
Residenza Punta Stendardo is located in Ancient Gaeta and 10 minutes walking distance from the conference venue.
Gaeta Castle stands on a rocky promontory in the city of Gaeta on the shores of the Gulf of Gaeta 120 km south of Rome.
The date of construction of Gaeta Castle is unknown, but the construction is estimated around the 6th century during the Gothic Wars, or in the 7th century to protect Gaeta from the invasion of the Lombards.
Nowadays, Gaeta Castle is made of two different buildings: the Aragonese part and the Angevin part. The former is located on the top and was built by order of Emperor Charles V while the latter is on the lower part of the edifice, dates back to the period of the Angevin dynasty, and is currently an off-campus building of the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio.
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