Anghiari Festival | Southbank SinfoniaHow to get to Anghiari

The easiest and cheapest way to reach Anghiari is to fly and hire a car. We strongly recommend that you have use of a car during the festival as concerts take place both in the old town and within a 20 minute drive outside of it. It is possible, however, to take a train from the airports listed below to the nearby town of Arezzo, and from there a bus or taxi to Anghiari.

By Air

The following airports all provide direct flights from London:

Perugia Sant’egidio (1h drive)
Flights from Stansted (Ryanair)

Florence (1h 30m drive)
Flights from Gatwick (Vueling) and London City (British Airways, CityJet)

Bologna G. Marconi (2h 15m drive)
Flights from Gatwick (EasyJet), Heathrow (British Airways), Stansted (Ryanair) and Manchester (Ryanair)

Ancona (2h 30m drive)
Flights from Stansted (Ryanair)

Pisa Galileo Galilei (2h 30m drive)
Flights from Gatwick (EasyJet), Heathrow (British Airways), Luton (EasyJet), Stansted (Ryanair) and Manchester (Jet2, EasyJet).

Rome Fiumicino (3h drive)
Flights from Gatwick (Vueling, British Airways, EasyJet), Heathrow (British Airways, Alitalia), London City (Alitalia), Luton (Monarch, EasyJet), Stansted (Ryanair), Manchester (Jet2) and Bristol (EasyJet).

Ryanair, Jet2 and Easyjet also fly to Bologna and Pisa from a number of airports across the UK at slightly more limited times and dates.

By Rail

It is possible to come by train the whole way from London by taking a Eurostar from St Pancras International to Paris, followed by an overnight or daytime train to Milan and a train to Arezzo. From Arezzo, there is a regular bus service to Anghiari, approximately 30 minutes away.

By Road

It is just over 1,000 miles from London to Anghiari. A two-day journey can be broken easily and pleasantly with a stop by the French border.