Those traveling on the A14 motorway should leave at
“Macerata-Civitanova Marche” and proceed west along the highway
till its end. Then, drive for about 10Km to the top of the hill
where Camerino is located. Those traveling on the west side of
“Appennini” mountains should reach Foligno, and then use the
SS77 which will leads, after about 60Km, to the highway junction.
From here, drive for about 10Km to the top of the hill where
Camerino is located.
By air: The closest airport is the Ancona-Falconara “Raffaello Sanzio”
City buses connect the airport terminal with Falconara railway
station. Then one can use trains to reach the
It takes about one hour and a half with a change in Fabriano (leaving at 20:40)
from Rome: Coaches depart daily (except sunday) from Rome
Piazzale Tiburtino 7:20 am (2:40 pm) and arrive at Camerino
11:40 am (7:00 pm). Coaches leave daily (except sunday) Camerino
at 6:00 am (15:35 pm) and arrive to Rome Piazzale Tiburtino at
10:20 am (20:15 pm). A shuttle train connects Rome-Tiburtina
with Rome-Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci”
ever half an hour.
By rail: The railway station “Camerino-Castelraimondo” is a minor
It is only connected to a greater station, Fabriano, located
along the route Ancona/Rome. There is a regular bus service
connecting the “Camerino-Castelraimondo” station with the city
Camerino is one of the
most beautiful little towns of Central
Italy, being its medieval historical center one of the oldest in Region Marche.
Camerino hosts one of the most ancient university in Italy.
Placed on a spur on the Appennini Mountains at
670 meters high on the sea-level, Camerino achieves its period of greatest splendour under
the rule of the Da Varano family. From the top of its rock it dominates the large valleys of the
rivers Chienti and Potenza underneath, occupied by towers and fortresses. But if the town might
look austere, the countryside, instead, is colourful and offers a lot of farms holidays
where to spend a weekend.