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Rome to Fiumicino Airport

Our driver will wait for you in the lobby of your hotel or b&b and will take you to the Fiumicino airport.


What to see in Rome

Rome is the historical city par excellence that cannot be missing from your travel list. It is possible to organize an itinerary of two or three days, during which you will be able to enjoy most of the beauties of the capital, but short one-day trips cannot be excluded. Rome is a city to discover, full of beauties and monuments that reflect the history and art of the Italian Peninsula. The itinerary can start from the Colosseum, an amphitheater famous all over the world, which is part of the 7 wonders of the world. A short stop must be dedicated to the Trevi Fountain, also very popular in the world and among the first attractions that come to mind when you think of Rome.

To fully savor what Rome is and its art, you should continue with a visit to the Altare della Patria, stop for a few minutes in Piazza Navona and continue with the admiration of the popular Piazza di Spagna. Here, you will immerse yourself in the real Rome, the one that the Romans experience every day; it is no coincidence that Piazza di Spagna is a meeting place where young people and families relax in bars, restaurants and boutiques.

You cannot fail to include in your tour the spectacular St. Peter's Basilica with its characteristic square; if you have the necessary time, it is advisable to end the trip with a visit to the Vatican Museums, where there is the priceless Sistine Chapel. Unfortunately, a long line will be inevitable in this place, as it is a place loved by tourists from all parts of the world.



History of Fiumicino airport

Fiumicino airport was opened in 1961, in such a way that an additional airport was added in addition to that of Ciampino, already present since 1916 exclusively for airships, which in 1930 was opened to civilian traffic. Thanks to Fiumicino airport, together with Ciampino airport, Rome can boast one of the largest airport systems in all of Europe.


Location and connections from Fiumicino

Fiumicino airport is located 30 km from Rome, in the west. You can get to Rome by bus, train or taxi. By train you can reach Roma Termini or Roma Tiburtina, taking the Leonardo Express train or the FL1 regional train respectively. By bus you can reach the Roma Termini station, but in this case the journey will lengthen, also considering any traffic. Journey time is approximately 50 minutes. The cost of the taxi, on the other hand, is equal to a fixed price of 48 euros to the center of Rome.


Transfer service from Rome to Fiumicino airport, a transfer and guided tour company that operates in particular in Rome but also in other Italian cities, will accompany the customer who will use this service, offering him the best travel experience. It is possible to book the transfer service from Rome to Fiumicino airport; the trained and professional staff will wait for the customer directly in the hotel lobby. The journey will be carried out on elegant and very spacious cars to give maximum comfort to the customer.


Security checks in Fiumicino

As in any other airport, also in Fiumicino you will be subjected to security checks before check-in. Your luggage will be weighed and your ID documents and boarding pass will be checked. It is important to be at the airport at least an hour early. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the passenger's green pass will also be checked at the airport.