The Fontana Luminosa is a symbol of rebirth of L’Aquila City after the infamous earthquake of 2009. It is a landmark statue and lighted fountain at night that stands opposite the castle of L’Aquila. The two bronze statues representing two nude women holding up the classic bowl of Abruzzo who sends down rain.
When in Tivoli, you can delve into the history of ancient Rome with a visit to the Hadrian’s Villa. Inside this historic landmark, you will feel like going back in time and the days of the Emperor Hadrian. It is easy to get around without winding up and down the beautiful nymph. There are several benches and drinking water fountains.
Here are the available modes of transport from L’Aquila to Tivoli.
Train Ticket from L’Aquila to Tivoli
If travelling by train is your option to reach Tivoli from L’Aquila, you must take the Trenitalia Express. The journey begins by taking a bus ride (via Arpa Online) from L’Aquila to Avezzano. The railway journey begins from the train station in Avezzano (via Trenitalia; Line Regional and leaves every hour) that will take you to Tivoli. The total travel time is two hours and 25 minutes. The one way train ticket can be purchased for US$23. If you need to know the latest schedules and train fares, check out: http://www.trenitalia.com/tcom-en
Bus Ticket From L’Aquila to Tivoli
The distance between L’Aquila to Tivoli is 88 km. There are three bus rides you need to complete when travelling from L’Aquila to Tivoli. First, you must take the Arpa Online bus from L’Aquila to Rome Tiburtina. From Rome Stazione Tiburtina, you can take the Cotral bus that is bound to Setteville. From here, you can take the Cotral bus that will bring you to Tivoli. The total travel time is three hours. The ticket can be purchased for US$19. To know more details, check: http://www.arpaonline.it/arpaonline/files/pdf/opuscoli/l_aquila_8.pdf
If you drive all the way from L’Aquila to Tivoli, the travel time is 55 minutes.
Airplane Ticket From L’Aquila to Tivoli
These cities are not covered by an airline route.