Location and Contacts
Balletti Palace Hotel

A unique location to
live Viterbo

How to reach us


FROM THE MOTERWAY A1 MILAN-NAPLES: Exit at Orte. Take the dual carriage-way E45 in the direction of Viterbo. Exit Viterbo North and follow directions for Viterbo – Viale Trento (Balletti Palace Hotel) or San Martino al Cimino (Balletti Park Hotel).

FROM THE E45 DUAL CARRIAGE-WAY RIMINI-CESENA-PERUGIA-TERNI: Take the dual carriage-way for Viterbo. Exit at Viterbo North and continue in the direction of Viterbo – Viale Trento (Balletti Palace Hotel) or San Martino al Cimino (Balletti Park Hotel).

FROM ROME AND FROM FIUMICINO AND CIAMPINO AIRPORTS: Take exit no. 5 off the Rome ring-road (Grand Raccordo Anulare), follow Via Cassia Veientana (Cassia Bis) as far as Monterosi. Turn off onto the provincial road ‘Cimina’ (S.P.Cimina) towards Ronciglione and subsequently San Martino al Cimino (Balletti Park Hotel) or towards Viterbo – Viale Trento (Balletti Palace Hotel).

FROM THE PORT OF CIVITAVECCHIA: Take the road ‘Aurelia Bis towards Viterbo. After Monteromano turn off onto the dual carriage-way (Superstrada) A45 exit at Viterbo Spa (Terme) and continue towards Viterbo – Viale Trento (Balletti Palace Hotel) or San Martino al Cimino ( Balletti Park Hotel).


Trains for Viterbo, Porta Fiorentina (30 m from Balletti Palace Hotel) or Porta Romana leave from Rome Termini and Orte. Public bus services and taxi are both available at the station to bring you to the hotel.

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