Rome Airport - Fiumicino -Leonardo da Vinci- Guide
Transportation from and to the airport Fiumicino of Rome

Rome, Leonardo da Vinci or Fiumicino airport

The airport is located 26 km southwest of the city of Rome

By train

The Leonardo Express is the direct train that serves the route between the airport and the centre of the city of Rome every 30 minutes.

- Trains from Termini depart from the track 24 on the right. Ticket costs euro 11, available at the counter as well as the Termini news stand. Tickets sold at the departure platform are more expensive. Get your ticket stamped in a yellow validation machine just before using it. Ticket expires 90 minutes after validation.
The ultramodern train Leonardo Express,  covers the distance in 30 minutes.

There is also the possibility to use the older technology city’s metropolitan train that has a correspondence with the Metro. The metropolitan train FM1 links the airport of Rome with the regions Roma Tiburtina, Fara Sabina, Poggio Mirteto and Orte.

The Metropolitan train leaves from the track on the left but does not stop at Termini. Get off at Tiburtina Station or at Ostiense Station to connect to the Rome Metro. Tickets: euro 5.50, plus euro 1 for a metro ticket. The extra cost of the Leonard Express is for the convenience of a direct ride to Termini. If you are going somewhere else on the Metro, Tiburtina and Ostiense are as convenient. Get your ticket stamped in a yellow validation machine just before using it.

By taxi cab

The distinctive white taxi cabs await outside the passenger stations, in order to serve the passengers.

Taxis in Rome are white. From October 1st 2006 there are fix fares from downtown to airports. City center to Fiumicino and vice-versa cost 40 euros. City center to Ciampino and vice-versa cost 30 Euros. For others destinations fares are not fixed. You don't have to negotiate the price. Regular taxis have a taximeter. Fee for luggage is around 1 euro each. Be aware that Fiumicino is outside of city limits, this implies that the fare for first part is higher (a number 2 appears on the meter). The driver is supposed to change the fare to number 1 once he hits the ring highway (G.R.A.) and enters the city limits..

By Terravision Shuttle Bus

The bus line Terravision Shuttle Bus serves the route between the airport and the central station of Rome, Termini.
Tickets: euro 9 single or euro 15 return, 70 minutes, 5 stops, 7 services a day.

By  blue regular-size buses

The bus stop is located outdoors at ground level ~100 meters left from arrivals (teminals B&C). You can buy tickets at all tobacco shops - they have blue signs (Tabacheria).
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