GETTING TO & FROM CAGLI
Arriving in Cagli by car
Driving to Cagli is easy, whether you're coming from the north or the south. For those who choose to arrive by car, we provide detailed directions, including photographs, to Palazzo Bonclerici.
Arriving by public transport
Cagli is well served by public transport, and while the historic centre of the town is small enough not to have to worry about transport at all, if you want to get out and about by public rather than private transport the bus is just for you.
From Rome and parts south of Cagli
Operated by a company called Bucci, the 'Roma-Rimini' is, as the name suggests, the bus from Rome to Rimini and back. Its route, which passes through Cagli, is the historic and very scenic Via Flaminia, built by the Romans a couple of millennia ago.
The 'Roma-Rimini' timetable:
From parts north of Cagli
We suggest that if you're coming from the north by train you depart at Fano Rail Station on the Adriatic coast. From Fano, there is a regular bus service for the 40-kilometre trip to Cagli. The last bus service departs Fano at 6:15 pm. Your hosts will pick you up at the Cagli bus depot.