Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino Airport
OverviewLeonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino Airport is a train station located in Rome. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.
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Station / Airport guideLeonardo da Vinci airport, operating under the name of Fiumicino, is the most important airport in Rome. Fiumicino Airport eases your journey in Italy by providing fast and frequent transport to the Rome city centre and to Rome Termini central station.
Transportation and connections
Travel across “La Bella Italia” within less than 4 hours departing from Rome Termini Station:
- Rome Termini central station – Milan: 2h59
- Rome Termini central station – Venice: 3h32
- Rome Termini central station – Florence: 1h20
- Rome Termini central station – Naples: 1h10
The FR1 metropolitan service connects Fiumicino Airport to the metro stations of Roma Trastevere, Roma Ostiense, Roma Tuscolana and Roma Tiburtina, with several stops on the route and going as far as “Fara Sabina/Orte”.
The SitBusShuttle service directly connects Fiumicino Airport to Rome Termini central station every 20 minutes (about 22 a day).
COTRAL buses connect Rome to the airport from Rome Tiburtina station with a stop at Termini central station, Cornelia station – metro line A and Eur-Magliana station – metro line B.
Trenitalia operate Eurostar Italia high-speed trains departing to/from Rome Termini central station, accessible by Leonardo Express train from the Fiumicino airport. Eurostar Italia offers connections to Italian major cities like Milan, Bologna, Naples, Florence, and Torino.
The Leonardo Express is located next to the main terminal of the Fiumicino Airport and runs every 30 minutes to Rome Termini central station.
Taxis stands and car rental are obviously available in Fiumicino Airport from Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 5. Taxi costs about 40 euros, baggage included, for the Rome “intra muros” (central area).
Address: Via Portuense, 2365 54 Rome