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FROM AND TO MATERA
HOW TO REACH MATERA
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How to reach Matera
Reach Matera by plane
To reach Matera by plane the nearest airport is Bari Giovanni éaolo II (former Palese airport) and that of Brindisi. In recent years the airport has been restructured and links with various cities and also international destinations have increased. The airport is currently connected with Milan, Turin, Bologna, Rome, Verona, Venice, Trapani, Paris, Moscow, Tirana.
Still today Matera is not connected by the FS railway network and therefore the most convenient and easy way is the connection offered by our company. View le rates for the connection from the airport to Matera.
Reach Matera by train
If you prefer to reach Matera by train, the nearest and easiest to reach FS railways are the railway station of Bari, or that of Ferrandina or Metaponto. Finally, our company guarantees connections to all these stations at any time of arrival. Check our rates to check prices.
Reach Matera by ferry
To reach Matera by ferry the nearest ports are Bari and Brindisi. From the Tyrrhenian side there is the port of Naples and that of Villa San Giovanni. See the rates for the connection from the port to Matera.
Reach Matera by on the highway
From the Tyrrhenian coast: taking the A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria, the SS407 Basentana direction Metaponto up to the Junction of Matera near Ferrandina Scalo - junction SS 7 up to Matera. From the Ionian coast: SS 106 Jonica Taranto-Reggio Calabria, exit Matera near Metaponto - SS407 Basentana to the junction of Ferrandina Scalo - junction SS 7 to Matera.
From the Adriatic coast: take the A14 Bologna-Taranto exit Bari Nord - SS 96 towards Altamura-Matera and then take the SS 99 from Altamura to Matera. Our company connects all Italian cities with an exclusive service. Check the above-mentioned rates per mileage. For all other destinations you can contact us directly.
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