Olive Tree Hill is located in Zagarolo, about 35km southeast of Rome. Rome’s Termini Station is only 30 minutes away by train. We offer free shuttles to and from Zagarolo’s train station, making Olive Tree Hill an excellent base for exploring The Eternal City of Rome and the surrounding areas.

We can arrange transfers and tours, so private transportation is not needed to stay at Olive Tree Hill. However, if you are travelling through Italy with a rental car, free parking is available at our property. Avoid the hassle of driving and parking in Rome. Leave your car at Olive Tree Hill and travel to Rome by train. It’s an easy, stress-free 30-minute ride!

How to get there:

Photo 1 – Route from the center of Zagarollo
Photo 2 – route from train station walking or car
Photo 3 – Olive Tree Hill entrance zoom

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How to Arrive

By Plane (From FCO Airport)
By Plane (From CIA Airport)
By Train
By Car
By Cruise

Rome’s main airport is Leonardo da Vinci (FCO). From this airport, you have three options for reaching Olive Tree Hill:

 

1) Private Transfer.

We can arrange an airport pick-up; just let us know your flight number and arrival time.

 

If you’re arriving in the morning, a transfer is a clever way to maximize your vacation time. Our driver can:

  • Drive you to Rome for a day of sightseeing (after providing a map of Rome and giving you a brief overview of the city’s main attractions). Your luggage will be delivered to the B&B, and you can take the train from Rome to Zagarolo later in the day. We’ll pick you up at the Zagarolo train station.
  • Escort you as you tour Rome’s main attractions (for an incremental cost)
  • or Drive you directly to the B&B

If you’re interested in a transfer, please contact us for a price quote.

 

2) Train
After you have collected your luggage, enter the airport arrivals hall and follow signs to the trains.

 

The fastest train option is the Leonardo Express, which departs every 30 minutes to Roma Termini, Rome’s central train station. Tickets are sold on the departure platform and cost approximately 15 euro. Stamp your ticket in a validation machine just before boarding the train; it will expire 90 minutes after validation. (Note: if you have a group of 4 or more people, a transfer is more direct and cost-effective.)

 

Once in Termini, follow our directions for arriving by train.

 

3) Rental Car/Driving
When leaving the airport, follow the green sign to Rome. Take the A1 towards Napoli (Naples) and exit at San Cesareo.

 

Our address is Via Colle Palazzola 48 in Zagarolo.

 

Rome’s second airport is G.B. Pastine/Ciampino (CIA), which serves low-cost carriers.

From this airport, you have three options for reaching Olive Tree Hill:

 

1) Private Transfer.

We can arrange an airport pick-up; just let us know your flight number and arrival time.

 

If you’re arriving in the morning, a transfer is a clever way to maximize your vacation time. Our driver can:

  • Drive you to Rome for a day of sightseeing (after providing a map of Rome and giving you a brief overview of the city’s main attractions). Your luggage will be delivered to the B&B, and you can take the train from Rome to Zagarolo later in the day. We’ll pick you up at the Zagarolo train station.
  • Escort you as you tour Rome’s main attractions (for an incremental cost)
  • or Drive you directly to the B&B

If you’re interested in a transfer, please contact us for a price quote.

 

2) Bus/Train

After you have collected luggage, exit the airport terminal building and look for the Atral/Schiaffini bus, which stops outside the terminal. The bus departs approximately every 30 minutes on weekdays for the Ciampino train station. Tickets can be purchased on the bus for ~1.20 euro, and the ride to the train station takes about less than 10 minutes.

 

The Ciampino train station is on the same train route as Zagarolo. From Ciampino, Zagarolo is in the opposite direction from Rome. You can purchase a ticket at the ticket office or newspaper kiosk (ticket price is approximately 2.10 euro). Validate your ticket at the machine before boarding the train.

 

We offer a free shuttle from the Zagarolo train station for our guests. Please call or message us at +39 329 658 4741 to let us know which train you are taking. We always reply to SMS and WhatsApp messages with an “OK.” If you don’t receive a confirming message, please call us.

 

3) Rental Car/Driving

When leaving the airport, follow the green sign to Rome. Take the A1 towards Napoli (Naples) and exit at San Cesareo.

 

Our address is Via Colle Palazzola 48 in Zagarolo.

There are frequent trains from Termini (Rome’s main train station) to Zagarolo.
The trip takes about 30 minutes.

To check train timetable you can download “trenit!” app on your phone or visit “www.trenitalia.com

Trenit! is only in italian but clicking on the train code will give you all the stops and this could be helpful at least for the first trip. Instead, Trenitalia website gives you the opportunity to book online.

Zagarolo is the on the same route as trains to these final destinations:

  • Cassino
  • Frosinone
  • Caserta
  • Colleferro

Before boarding a train, please check the electronic displays in the station to confirm Zagarolo is listed as a stop.

The easiest and fastest way to buy tickets to Zagarolo is by using the machines found within Termini. ù
However, you can also purchase tickets from the ticket office.
Price for a one-way ticket from Termini to Zagarolo is approximately 2.60 euro.

Before you board the train, tickets must be validated in the machines located at the beginning of the track.

 

We offer a free shuttle from the Zagarolo train station for our guests.

Please call or message us at +39 329 658 4741 to let us know which train you are taking from Termini.
We always reply to SMS and WhatsApp messages with an “OK.”
If you don’t receive a confirming message, please call us.

If you’re traveling from northern Italy, avoid the busy “GRA” (Rome ring road) and take the A1/E35 towards Naples. Exit at San Cesareo and follow the signs to Zagarolo.

 

If you’re coming from Rome or FCO and CIA airports, take the ring road to the A1 (towards Naples). Exit at San Cesareo and follow the signs to Zagarolo.

 

If you’re coming from southern Italy, take the A1/E45 towards Rome, exit at San Cesareo and follow the signs to Zagarolo.

 

If arriving from eastern Italy, take the A24/E80, exit at Tivoli and follow the signs to Zagarolo.

 

Our address is Via Colle Palazzola 48 in Zagarolo.
Number 48 is  at the end of a narrow dirt road between building number 44 and 56.
The road is narrow and winding. Proceed slowly.
Directions on google maps are accurate and will lead you to our parking lot.
If you have a GPS the coordinates are: Latitude: N 41.834 – Longitude: E 12.825
To preserve quitness and atmosphere you’ll not find signs on the road.

Most cruise ships to Rome dock in Civitavecchia, about an hour and a half away from Rome. From there, you have two options for reaching Olive Tree Hill:

 

1) Private Transfer

We can arrange a pick-up from Civitavecchia passenger area; just let us know your arrival details.

 

If you’re arriving in the morning, a transfer is a clever way to maximize your vacation time. Our driver can:

  • Drive you to Rome for a day of sightseeing (after providing a map of Rome and giving you a brief overview of the city’s main attractions). Your luggage will be delivered to the B&B, and you can take the train from Rome to Zagarolo later in the day. We’ll pick you up at the Zagarolo train station.
  • Escort you as you tour Rome’s main attractions (for an incremental cost)
  • or Drive you directly to the B&B

If you’re interested in a transfer, please contact us for a price quote.

 

2) Train

The cruise ship will likely dock in a restricted area, but will offer a shuttle to the pedestrian port entrance.

 

From there, you can walk 10-15 minutes along the shore to the Civitavecchia train station. We suggest purchasing a B.I.R.G. ticket, which costs approximately 8 euro.  This ticket entitles you to unlimited use of Rome’s Metro, tram and bus lines for 24 hours and also applies to the trains to Zagarolo.

 

Trains to Rome leave every hour or so – more frequently during rush hours – and the trip to central Rome takes about 90 minutes. Exit the train at Rome’s Termini station and follow our directions for how to arrive by train.