Grosseto Getting There, Italy
Grosseto and the Maremma are within easy reach in Italy thanks to the region’s central position.
- from Milan take the A1 highway toward Parma, continue on the A15 toward La Spezia and merge onto the A12 toward Pisa/Rosignano. From here continue on the E80-expressway to Grosseto.
- From Rome take the A12 highway toward Civitavecchia and continue on the E80 expressway (Aurelia) to Grosseto.
- From Florence take the Firenze-Siena expressway to Siena and continue on road 223 to Grosseto.
- From Bologna take the A1-highway to Florence, exit at Firenze-Certosa, take the Firenze-Siena expressway and continue on road 223 to Grosseto.
Grosseto is on the Rome-Genova route, with frequent services running in both directions. There are train stations in Orbetello, Albinia and Capalbio too, but less trains stop in these places. Services to and from Florence are frequent, but in most cases you have to change train in Pisa or Livorno. See the Trenitalia website for train schedules or call the green number 89 20 21.
Rome-Fiumicino (FCO) and Pisa (PSA) are the nearest airports to Grosseto, both operate national and international flights. From Rome-Fiumicino airport, the "Leonardo" shuttle train takes you to Rome-Termini central station, where trains to Grosseto leave. Pisa airport too is linked via shuttle train to Pisa Centrale station. Trains to Grosseto depart from here.
Photos: © Agenzia Turismo della Maremma e Municipality of Grosseto