Fiumicino Airport, officially named "International Airport Leonardo da Vinci" is Rome's main airport with air connections to numerous European and worldwide destinations. This airport, situated 35 km southwest of Rome, has four terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 5.
Fiumicino Airport offers a range of services and facilities to its passengers: duty-free shops, cafés, self-service restaurants, info-points equipped with a fax and photocopier, lounges, ATMs and currency exchange offices, first aid station with a medical doctor etc. At each terminal you will find a tourist information desk where you can find any information about Rome or purchase your Roma Pass Card.
There are several options for getting to and from Fiumicino Airport from the city of Rome. You can choose from an official city taxi, private or shared car transfers, the Leonardo Express train or shuttle buses. There are also numerous car hire companies offering car rental at the airport.
The Leonardo Express is a non-stop train service running between Roma Termini train station and Rome Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino Airport. It leaves the airport every 15 minutes during peak times, and every 30 minutes during off-peak.
SIT operates a shuttle bus between Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino Airport and key stops in Rome - including the Vatican and Rome’s Termini train station. You can buy tickets online or on board the bus.
Taxis to Rome's city centre take approx 45-50 minutes, but it can take a longer during rush hour. Make sure you take only authorized taxis - the white taxis with a taxi meter available at the arrival terminal. Authorized taxis charge a fixed fare to Rome city center; make sure you tell the driver you are aware of this fare.
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