The A1-highway, Italy’s main north-south motorway, can either be accessed via Fabro or Orvieto. It takes approximately 20 to 25 minutes from Casale Colline Dolci to reach the A1. Once on the A1, Rome and Firenze are just over a one hour drive. So are the cities of Sienna and Perugia.
Casale Colline Dolci lies in the middle of nature, and is surrounded by vineyards, olive trees and small glowing hills. The last kilometer from the main road to the country house therefor runs over a so-called “strada bianca”, which is an unpaved road that requires careful driving.
The entry to the unpaved road from the main road is located here. It is marked with a road sign:
The railway station of Orvieto is situated at about 20 kilometres distance from Casale Colline Dolci. Orvieto is an important regional railway hub for Southern Tuscany, Western Umbria and Northern Lazio. Italy’s main railroad runs from Milan via Rome to Naples and has a stop in Orvieto station. High-speed trains take you in less than one hour from Orvieto to the centre of Rome or Firenze, or any other location accessible by train.
Fiumicino and Ciampino, the international airports of Rome are less than two hours away from Casale Colline Dolci. Firenze also disposes of an international airport, while Perugia and Sienna have regional air traffic hubs. Rental cars are available in every airport as well as in Orvieto.
Rome (international airport)
less than 2 hours