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Arriving in Rome

Arriving by Air

Rome has two airports: Leonardo Da Vinci Airport at Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport.

From Fiumicino Airport to the city centre

By train:

There is a direct connection from the airport to the central station, which is called Termini. Two types of trains are available:

  1. The Leonardo Express is a non-stop train from the airport to Termini. It takes about 30 minutes to Termini station (Euro14).
  2. The Fumicino Sabina line (FM1) stops at some of the main Roman railway stations (Tiburtina, Tuscolana, Ostiense, Trastevere) (Euro8).

Tickets can be purchased at the ticket counter or at the ticket machines in the train station.

By taxi:

Taxi services from the airport to Rome have a fixed price (baggage included, maximum of four passengers) for all the destinations inside the Mura Aureliane, which is the central area of the city. The official taxis of the City of Rome are white and can be recognized by the sign "TAXI" on the top and by the identifying license number on the doors, on the back and inside the car.

Beware of individuals, who – inside or outside – the airport, offer unofficial transportation services to the city.

From Ciampino Airport to the city centre

By bus:

Bus services connect Ciampino airport with the central station, which is called Termini. The buses are parked in dedicated bus bays opposite International Departures. Bus services to Termini are offered by the following companies:

  1. Atral: Approximately 45 minutes travel time; leaves every 30 minutes from 06.47 – 00.15 
  2. Sitbus Shuttle bus: Approximately 45 minutes travel time; every 40 minutes from 07.45 – 23.45 
  3. Terravision: Approximately 45 minutes travel time; leaves every 20 minutes from 08.05 – 00.05

By taxi:

The official taxis of the City of Rome are white and can be recognized by the sign "TAXI" on the top and by the identifying license number on the doors, on the back and inside the car.

Beware of individuals, who – inside or outside – the airport, offer unofficial transportation services to the city.