Rome Airport Terminal 3
Terminal 3 is very large and handles all the other flights not covered by Terminal 1, which applies only to domestic and Schengen area travel. Here you will board flights that are designed as being in gates B, C, and D once you have cleared the security processing section.
On the ground floor you will find the arrivals section which is where baggage claim is located, as well as the lost and found office in case your luggage has gone missing.
The first floor of Terminal 3 is home to the departures area which has multiple check-in desks for your convenience, as well as a tourist information kiosk, ATMs, and more.
One major draw of Terminal 3 is the “Made in Italy” shopping center that was launched in 2016 and features almost 50 different shops and at least 10 types of restaurants and other food and drink establishments. Each business sells products that are from Italy, including jewelry, fashion, books, art and of course the high quality pasta and wine for which the country is known.
Terminal 3 also offers a host of other features you would expect from a major international airport, including luggage storage, a pharmacy and first aid section, free Wi-Fi, bureaus for exchanging currency, duty free shops, a multi-faith prayer room, and more.