Rome Airports

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Airports in Rome

The city represents a great European destination, and each year hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world visit it and are amazed by its beauty. You can find tons of things to do in Rome, so your stay here will be awesome! Here are a few tips and tricks related airports and travel in this magical city/

The main Airport in Rome is the Leonardo da Vinci Intercontinental Airport, in Fiumicino (FCO), where all major airlines fly into. It is modern, a features free Wi-Fi, bar and restaurants for enjoying the Italian specialties, pharmacies, banks, a post office, currency exchanges, dry-cleaner; and fancy shops selling designer clothes, luggage and leather items, books and electronics.

The Rome Airport is located 32 km from the city, which you can easily reach by train with a journey time of half an hour. The railway station is situated inside the airport area and you can choose the Leonardo Express service, operating exclusively for airport passengers, with connections available every 15’ during day time and every 30’ during night time. Another option is the regional train line FL1 which operates between Fiumicino Airport and Rome as well.
Coaches and buses are accessible as well, but the train is the fastest and cheapest way to reach the city center from Rome Airport. To reach them follow the “Bus Station” or “Regional Bus Station” signs.

At the Terminal 1, 2 and 3 exits of the main Rome Airport, a taxi service for the city is available and the fare can vary based on destination.

Car rental services are provided by the major international companies and the offices are situated in Torre Uffici 2, easily reachable via the pedestrian tunnels, following the signs to the rental car area.

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The second Rome Airport is the Giovan Battista Pastine international Airport in Ciampino (CIA): still big, it is where all the European low cost airlines fly into, such as Ryanair and Easyjet. A daily bus connection between the airport and Rome Termini railway station is provided by many local companies and you can find all the bus stops opposite to the International Departures.

The nearest train station is located in the town of Ciampino, connected to the Airport in Rome by COTRAL/SCHIAFFINI buses every 30 minutes. The journey time is 5 minutes and the cost of the ticket is really cheap. Then, a light rail connects you to the Termini railway station in 15 minutes.

Near the Rome Airport exit a taxi service is available and the fare can vary based on destination. Car rental services are provided by the major international companies and the offices are located at the entrance of the Rome Airport, next to the P8 car park. There is a complimentary shuttle service to/from the Terminal.

One thing is for sure, if you have any problems whatsoever, the locals are going to be more than happy to help. Are you ready to start your adventure and enjoy all the amazing things to do & see in Rome with your host?

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Rebekah Rome

Rome’s Favorite Food Tour: the 10 Tastings

Margi was an incredible tour guide! She brought us to the places where she buys the best foods herself, a true local. She took us around one of the markets and taught us so much about the culture as well. This tour made our trip to Rome SO much more meaningful and we can’t wait to come back someday!

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evelyn Rome

Rome’s Favorite Food Tour: the 10 Tastings

It was my first trip to Rome solo. Massimo was personable and showed the beauty of Campo de Fliori. Local secrets that could not be found in the web engine. Massimo was a gentle soul and evident that he is passionate about his home city. We talked about the history and included in these of all things, crazy rich Asians. It transcends that how travel is a passion share by All. Love,love,love it. Post the food walk guide, I checked out the other places in Rome but found to be touristy and tacky. It was so good that I came back on my own on another day to Campo de Fliori and truly immersed myself to the spirit of the place.

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Kellie Rome

A Taste of Rome Private Food Tour

He did great and taught us a lot about Roman italian food!