Roma - Tor Vergata

Where we are
The secondary site of Rome – Tor Vergata is located in the Research Area of Tor Vergata in via Fosso del Cavaliere 100 inside the Campus of the Tor Vergata University of Rome, near to Castelli Romani. This Research Area hosts different research and scientific Institutions such as ENEA, INFN, ASI and ESA. The ISP staff have a defined working area in building L (ex ISAC) and shares space with ISAC staff and have access to other Research Area services such as laboratories, the warehouse, workshops, and network services. The ISP staff can also make use of the infrastructure for laboratory and field experimental activities. Map
How to get here:
- by plane: from Fiumicino Airport take the Leonardo Express train (every 30 minutes) to Roma Termini. From Rome Termini, take Metro A, get off at Anagnina (terminus) and take bus 509 (every 30 minutes) to the terminus (CNR research area);
- by train: from Rome Termini, take Metro A, get off at Anagnina (terminus) and take bus 509 (every 30 minutes) to the terminus (CNR research area);
- by car: the area can be reached by car from the GRA Romanina - Torrenova exit, from the A1 exit Monteporzio Catone or Roma Sud exit, from Tuscolana or via di Passo Lombardo.

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