ROME TRAVEL GUIDE
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Various services offered by the Fiumicino airport of Rome
In the Fiumicino airport you can choose between short and long term parking lots. The parking area at the passenger station B (Terminal B) comprises 128 parking places, against 32 of the parking area of the passenger station A (Terminal A). The long term parking area offers more than 4000 parking places and is linked to the airport by bus. Moreover, the airport has a multi-storey parking A-B-C-D that offers 3701 parking places and is connected to the airport with pedestrian crossings. People with disabilities can park outside the passenger stations A, B, C and outside Departures for a period that does not exceed 2 hours. For a longer period, dedicated parking places exist in the multi-storey parking, at level 1 in buildings B, C, D and at level 4 in building D.
In the Fiumicino airport you will find the Atahotel Executive Centre, which offers spots with internet connection, fax machines, photocopiers and a post-office.
In the airport you will find automated teller machines (ATMs) and currency exchange offices.
Tourist Information Office
There is also a tourist information office, where you can seek information on anything you wish to know concerning Rome and Italy.
A First Aid station is available, as well as a medical doctor, who can help if needed.
There are duty-free shops in the airportís passenger station C. You will also find stores like Roma Travel Shop, Fabriano, Venchi, Imaginarium, Tendenze, Tutto-All-Items and Riva.
In passenger station A you will find many restaurants and coffee shops, like Mc Donalds, Pizza Chef, Harry's Bar, Gran Chef Ristorante, Sport Village Cafe and Bar Tazza d'Oro. In passenger station B are located the Ciao, Spizzico, Sandwich Cafe, Transiti Cafe and in passenger station C the Panoramic, Gran Cafe Goodbye Roma, Gran Cafe Panorama, Frescobaldi Wine Bar ÍŠť The Duck & Dog's Pub.
British Airways has its lounge on the 2nd floor of Terminal C. Alitalia has lounges in all 3 passenger stations, Air France on the 3rd floor of Terminal B, Italitour in Terminal C and Cisalpina on the 1st floor of Terminal A. In Departures, in Terminal A, there is a lounge for people with disabilities (Sala Amica) that is managed by Alitalia and where the other airlines also make reservations.
ndependent Travel Guide.2008
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