GETTING TO ROME

ARRIVAL BY PLANE
The Rome airport system, consists of Rome Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci” international airport (18 miles -30 km from Rome city centre) and Rome Ciampino “Giovan Battista Pastine” airport. For more information>>

To reach the FAO participants can take:

From Leonardo da Vinci FCO Airport 

  • Leonardo Express train (€14,00) + metro blue line B , stop: Circo Massimo – (€ 1,50)

Trains depart every 15-30 min from 6:23 to 23:23, and the trip takes 32 minutes.  Tickets can be purchased online or in-person.  For further information>> To buy tickets>>

Night arrivals: Between 05:40 and 02.30, T.A.M. shuttle bus service from Terminal3 to Termini Station. Tickets can be purchased online.  For further information>> 

  • Regional train (€8,00) +  metro blue line B, 1 stop – (€ 1,50) or 15 minutes walking 

The Regional trains depart every 15-30 min from 5:57 to 23:27, and the trip takes 31 minutes (8 stops).  Tickets can be purchased online or in-person.

  • as an alternative to the metro: Terravision Shuttles  (€ 5,00) + metro blue line B (€ 1,50).
    For further information>>

 

From Ciampino Airport 

Bus SIT Shuttle Service or Terravision Shuttle Bus 


  • Taxi

The cars are white and can be recognized by the sign “TAXI” on the car top and the ID licence number on the doors inside the car. For all destinations, the price will be indicated by the taximeter (around 50 euros to the city centre, to which the baggage fee has to be added).


  • Car rental

A car rental service desk is located in front of the airport exit, countersigned by NCC.


ARRIVAL BY TRAIN
Eurostar trains connect Rome with a wide range of other European cities. Rome’s central train station “Termini” is conveniently located in the heart of the city.

ARRIVAL BY CAR
Through Italy’s main motorway, the Autostrada del Sole (A1), which runs from the north to the south of the peninsula, Rome is well connected with all European cities.