Rome Airport Terminal 1
Rome terminal 1 serves flights that are either domestic and therefore entirely within Italy, or that travel to and from the Schengen area. This is a large part of 26 states in Europe that have removed border controls like passport checks at their shared borders. As such they are treated as one area of jurisdiction for travelers and share the same policies on visas. The countries are: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. If your flight begins and ends within these countries you will not additional visas or other paperwork.
Terminal 1 is home to gates B14 through 23 and B27 through 30, although you can easily access all the other gates at Terminal 3 because the two terminals are connected.
The terminal is split into several levels, with arrivals from domestic flights and the Schengen area on the ground floor and the departures area situated on the first floor.
Terminal 1 includes several useful services and other amenities for passengers, including but not limited to: a children’s playground, several food and drink options, trolleys for carrying your luggage, a first aid section with pharmacy, free Wi-Fi throughout the building, an information desk for an inquires, ATMs, a smoking lounge, toilets, a post office, and some showers.
Just outside across the street from Terminal 1 is HelloSky lounge, which offers an affordable place to relax and enjoy reading materials, television and other perks before your flight. HelloSky also offers private rooms with their own bathrooms for rent at hourly rates, giving you the chance to have a sleep and wash ahead of checking in for your flight.