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Calabria

1 of 6 - Reggio Calabria Airport
The airport is about 6 km from the centre of Reggio Calabria. This airport operates national connections with Rome and Milan. Reggio Calabria railway station is reached by a shuttle bus service.
Useful links
www.sacal.it/reggiocalabria
2 of 6 - Lamezia Terme International Airport
The main airport in Calabria is located in Lamezia Terme, near Lamezia Terme Centrale railway station. This airport offers national and international connections. Several companies provide bus connections with the main cities in Calabria region: Catanzaro, Cosenza and Crotone.
Useful links
www.sacal.it/lamezia
3 of 6 - Lamezia Terme Centrale Railway Station
Lamezia Terme Centrale is the main railway hub in the province of Catanzaro and is connected to the airport by bus. From Lamezia Terme you can travel to Naples, Rome, Milan and other destinations on Trenitalia and Italo trains.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com, www.italotreno.it
4 of 6 - Reggio Calabria Railway Station
Trenitalia and Italo high-speed trains connect Reggio Calabria railway station with Italy’s main cities: Venice, Milan, Turin, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples. Trenitalia regional and long-distance trains serve seaside resorts and beaches.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com, www.italotreno.it
5 of 6 - Port of Villa San Giovanni
The Port of Villa San Giovanni is about 30 km from the centre of Reggio Calabria. Trenitalia regional trains connect Reggio Calabria with the port. From the port, several companies operate ferry and hydrofoil connections to nearby Sicily, as well as Messina and the Aeolian Islands.
6 of 6 - Crotone Railway Station
Trenitalia long-distance trains serve other cities in Calabria, such as Catanzaro, Reggio Calabria, Cosenza and Lamezia Terme, as well as all the resorts along the coast.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
Calabria

The pleasant climate, the splendid colours of the sea, rocky coasts alternating with sandy beaches, wild and mysterious nature, the intense and genuine flavours of local cuisine and testimony of its ancient origins make Calabria a unique place to live and discover in winter and summer alike. Reaching out to Sicily, the interior has the Dolomite scenery, peaks and lakes of the Sila mountains, even though the sea is the region's beating heart. Enchanting villages on the Tyrrhenian and Ionian coastlines, such as Tropea, and fascinating destinations such as Capo Vaticano are all worth a visit, while not forgetting the Riace Bronzes displayed in Reggio Calabria. Holidays of discovery, relaxation and taste are assured in an area that still offers scenes of the epochs and dominations it has witnessed over the centuries, with a pleasant climate all year round.

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