National Fire Academy (Istituto Superiore Antincendi - ISA)
The area of the ISA is covered by a series of warehouses built between the end of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century, designed to host the industrial and commercial activities flourishing at that time in Rome, new capital city of Italy (1870). The structure, planned by Mr. Tullio Passarelli, opened in 1912, represents one of the first reinforced concrete structures built in Rome, based on impressive metallic structures.
Such structures reached the river Tiber, where food and goods were unloaded from boats and sorted into several warehouses by means of crane wagons and lifting winches.
The Institute organizes training and information programs aimed specifically at officers of the National Fire Corps, as well as seminars and conferences open to the public with the participation of national and international organizations in the field of security, rescue, against fires.
How to reach ISA
ISA - Istituto Superiore Antincendi (National Fire Academy)
Via del Commercio 13, 00154 Rome, Italy
You can reach ISA - Istituto Superiore Antincendi using the subway (B-line, "Piramide" station), or public bus transportation (Bus No. 23 or No. 769). Also, ISA is only 400 meters far from "F.S. Ostiense" train station, that is connected with Rome Fiumicino Airport.
From Termini Station to the venue
BY TAXI (From Fiumicino Airport or Ciampino Airport directly to the venue)
At all Terminals of Rome Fiumicino Airport, as well as at Ciampino Airport, taxi service for the city of Rome is available. You do not need to go to Termini Station but can directly go to to the venue, that is 900 meters far from Ostiense Station. The fare from/to Fiumicino Airport - Ostiense Station is EUR 45, from/to Ciampino Airport – Ostiense Railway Station is EUR 30. Fares are fixed by the Municipality of Rome and are subject to change without notice. Please check the Municipality website.