How to get there

The Address

Fam. Lommerse (Marjan en Anthony)
Via Cerquiglino 13
06035 PG Gualdo Cattaneo

Email: anthonylommerse@gmail.com
Cell phone: 0039 329 9785 338 (It)

By Car:

You just have to feed your navigator with the following information: Italy / Gualdo Cattaneo / Via Cerquiglino 13.

Coming from Amsterdam it is about 1670 km to Gualdo C. depending on the route you take through Europe.
The shortest route is not always the fastest and/or cheapest. The choice is often a matter of starting point, taste and/or accommodation on the way. Please note that you will have to spend the night.

he two main routes from Amsterdam are:

A. Route via the Gotthart tunnel (Switzerland)::
Amsterdam - Cologne - Basel - Gotthard Tunnel - Milan - Bologna - at Bettole leave the toll road (autostrada) -> Perugia (see below).

B. Route via the Brenner Pass (Austria):
Amsterdam - Venlo - Bonn - Stuttgart - Ulm - Fernpass - Innsbruck - Brennerpas - Modena - Bologna - at Bettole you leave the toll road (autostrada) -> Perugia (see below).
This route is preferred by many guests because of the many cheap accommodation options in Southern Germany and Austria.

Perugia – Cerquiglino (Gualdo Cattaneo)
From Perugia take the ring road towards ROMA/TERNI/E45. You will then reach the SS3/E45. After about 16 km take the exit Ripabianca and go under the road. Once you have passed under the viaduct, turn right at the T-junction and continue to the intersection (roundabout). There you turn left (third exit) in the direction of Foligno. After about 7.5 km you will reach Bivio Cerquiglino. (Bivio means: crossing). At the traffic lights, turn left and drive up the hill. After 6 to 7 bends the road becomes flat and straight again. The first house on your left is La Passione. The road to the top is less steep and narrow than it seems at first. You can even drive up with a trailer or caravan.

By plane

For a visit of two people to Umbria of about 2 weeks it can be cheaper and / or simpler to come by plane. Especially if you do a combination of one week Rome and one week Umbria. You only need to rent a car for one week. There are all kinds of sites where you can rent a cheap car.

Depending on where you live in the Netherlands, there are a few airports from which you can depart, namely in the west Schiphol with by far the largest choice of companies and departure times and Rotterdam, waar vooral Transavia en EasyJet vertrekken.
You can also leave from Charleroi (80 km south of Brussels) with RyanAir and fly to Rome. See what you have to pay in total in additional costs before you book!
Perhaps this year it will be possible to fly from Amsterdam to Perugia. There is a transfer in that. Last year the flights were reasonably unfavorably priced. Perugia is about 30 minutes drive from us. There you can also rent a car from all kinds of companies. .

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