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Lamezia Terme Airport

Everything you need to know before departing from or arriving to Lamezia Terme Airport

Transportation from Lamezia Terme Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 21. 9. 2023

The airport is connected to the nearest train station by public bus, but regional bus services also run to other destinations. The most desirable option in Calabria is car hire.

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Car rental

Calabria's photogenic coastline and hilly hinterland make road-trips by car a tempting option, taking you comfortably to all the beaches and mountains.

Weekly rental prices start at 300 eur in high season, while off-season prices are available at 180 eur. Many local and multinational rental companies operate at the airport.

Bus to the station

Bus line 90 "Navette Aeroporto" runs every 30 minutes from 5:45 to 23:15 to the nearby Lamezia Terme Centrale Station. For a detailed timetable, please visit

The journey takes just 5 minutes. The ticket costs 1,50 eur bought at the newsagent (Tabacchi) inside the terminal, or 2,50 eur bought from the driver. The ticket is valid for 90 minutes and is transferable to other Lamezia city lines.

Tickets can also be purchased on the myCicero mobile app (available on Google Play / App Store).

For information and current ticket prices, visit the official website of the carrier:

By train from Lamezia Terme Centrale

From the station 2.5 km away, which is served by the aforementioned line 90, you can take the train practically all over Italy.

You can buy tickets directly from/to the airport on or from the on-site ticket machines, which will also include a ride on public transport bus line 90 from the station to the terminal.

Buses to Catanzaro

There are several bus services to Catanzaro and its beach area, Catanzaro Lido, directly from the airport terminal, on average 1-2 times per hour. The journey takes approximately 40 minutes. Tickets cost around 4 eur.

The following carriers operate on the route to Catanzaro:

Buses to Reggio Calabria / Villa San Giovanni

To the very south of Italy, direct buses run 3-4 times a day by Lirosi Autoservizi to the towns where the ferries to Sicily depart. The journey takes around 2 hours and costs 9 eur.

Buses to Cosenza

One of Calabria's largest inland towns can be reached directly without changing buses 5-6 times a day from the Ferrovia della Calabria terminal. The journey takes about 80 minutes and costs around 7 eur.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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