Anfiteatro Academy A.S.D.

Center of Performing Arts

The association ANFITEATRO ACADEMY asd is the home of art and artists, where new talents are formed and creativity is experimented and processed. 

ANFITEATRO ACADEMY A.S.D.

The association ANFITEATRO ACADEMY asd is the home of art and artists, where new talents are formed and creativity is experimented and processed. At the center of its activity is artistic training and exchange, a place for students and professionals who wish to update and share ideas through workshops, training, meetings and conferences A new space, great, modern, dynamic and hi-tech, where growing and realizing new projects, experiments and avant-garde insights inserted within an international perception of art in continuous movement and evolution

It is located in 50 km from Rome. 

The address of the venue: Academy Anfiteatro, Via Maira 04100, Latina, Italy

GETTING HERE

How to Get Here?

The nearest international airports are located in Rome.

 
Search for convenient flight options via SkyScanner or GoEuro.

The train tickets can be purchased in the automatic ticket machine at the train platform. 

First of all, land in the airport with beautiful title "Leonardo da Vinci International Airport", it is almost possible to believe that we built it. 

 

Here we will try to explain in very details how to get to Latina, it easy! But if you will have any questions, contact our housing coordinator Lisa Rich through this form.

 

To Latina from Rome:  

The International Airport in Rome is Leonardo da Vinci International Airport.  

From this airport you shall get to Roma Termini (railway station in Rome).

You can find the exact train route at the official website of primary train operator in Italy “Trentalia" (available in English, German, French): https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html 

In “From” field indicate “Fiumicino Aeroporto” and in the field “To”: “Roma Termini”.  

 

There is a non-stop train “Leonardo Express 3287” which will bring you to the train station in about 30 min for around 15 EUR. Another option will be regional trains with one change for around 8 EUR.

Example of the route: Regionale 22067 - from Fiumicino Aeroporto to Roma Trastevere - Regionale 12253 - from Roma Trastevere to Roma Termini.  

There is a direct train from Roma Termini to Latina, which may cost from 5 to 15 euros. 

The exact route, train schedules and the ticket price you can also check at https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html

There are “Regionale” and “Intercity” trains.  

In Latina: 

Latina is the capital of the province of Latina in the Lazio region, in central Italy, and it is a relatively modern city and was founded during the fascist regime of Italy in 1932. Despite going to the seashore in the evening time, there are plenty of interesting sights to visit in your free time, check: https://www.thecrazytourist.com/15-best-things-latina-italy/  

It is pretty easy to get to the studio by public transport, as a bus stop near the studio “Via Piave” lays on the main road to Rome.

 

Google maps won’t guide you on the matter of public transport in Latina, thus use this website: http://www.cscmobilita.com/it/strumenti/trip-planner.html   

Just type Latina and then start typing title of your hotel or the bus stop near you, from the drop-down menu choose the appropriate option, the same repeat with the destination "Latina Via Piave"... and voila!  You will see the routes possibilities, schedule and the duration of a trip.  

Example of the route which will take maximum 20 minutes:  

From the square Piazza del Popolo go to the bus station “Via Emanuele Filiberto” take a bus to Latina bus station “V.Le Le Corbusier”, and from there take a bus to Via Piave.  

 

Here you can check the ticket rates and where to buy it: http://www.cscmobilita.com/it/biglietti-e-abbonamenti.html 

 

For transportation to studio, you can also use a taxi or rent a bike. From center of Latina to the studio is only 2.5 km. 

 

 

We hope this information helps you, in case you need any assistance or help, feel free to contact NIPAI coordinators! 

GETTING HERE FROM ROME

Berlin, Germany’s capital, dates back to the 13th century.

Reminders of the city's turbulent 20th-century history include its Holocaust memorial and the Berlin Wall's graffitied remains. Divided during the Cold War, its 18th-century Brandenburg Gate has become a symbol of reunification.

The city's also known for its art scene and modern landmarks like the gold-colored, swoop-roofed Berliner Philharmonie, built in 1963.

Berlin is known for its numerous cultural institutions, many of which enjoy an international reputation. The diversity and vivacity of the metropolis led to a trendsetting atmosphere. Different innovative art forms have developed here in the 21st century.
 

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