Jun 21 2013

The way to your dream apartment in Rome- Part 3

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Tips to make your holidays as comfortable as possible in Rome

The Airports in Rome: Ciampino Fiumicino

The most popular airport is Fiumicino  which today's name is Leonardo da Vinci International Airport .

It is Italy's largest airport, with over 29 million passengers per year and is located in Fiumicino- this is why the old name.

The airport is completely non-smoking.

Leonardo da Vinci is about 29 kilometers by car from Rome's historic city center.

Rome Airport Private Arrival Transfer

If you are new to the city it is the easiest and relaxed way to use this service in order to get transferred to your hotel in Rome.

To make your trip sure it is better to plan and book it in advance. More information you get here

Duration: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Price: Starting from EUR €13.75 per person

Shuttle Trains

There is a little train station when you leave the airport which goes in the direction to Rome Termini without any mid-journey stops.

Route time: 35 minutes.

Cost of the ticket: 11 euro

Fiumicino Airport -> Termini Station: every day, every 30 minute from 6:37 to 23:37

Termini Station -> Fiumicino Airport: every day, every 30 minute from 5:52 to 22:52

Airport Ciampino

This airport is located 15 km away from the city center and the Terravision Low Cost Express Coach takes you from the Air Terminal to Roma Termini.

With the following link you can book your tickets for this coach. Here you can find a time table for the coach.

Ticket'sSingleReturn
Ciampino Airport – Roma Termini Station
Adult
€ 4,00
€ 8,00
Ciampino Airport – Roma Termini Station
Child *
(5-12 years)
€ 4,00
€ 8,00

* Children under 5 years travel for free

 

Journey Time: 40 mins (estimated times).

Departs from: Buses depart from Ciampino city center, go to Ciampino airport, then directly to Termini.

Departure time: Buses – all connected with the airport's flights – leave every 30 minutes.

National and international trains

The Termini station we mentioned before is also the main central station for the international trains.

From there you can take the metro lines A and B to travel around the city.

 

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