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The Italian capital is one of those cities that everyone should visit at least once in their lives. The thrill of walking on cobblestones embedded in centuries of history can only be experienced with a holiday to Rome. The area is as if you were walking through an impressive open-air museum, full of emblematic places, magical light and delicious food. One trip to Rome and you'll be making the flight over and over again, just to witness the beauty of this city “one more time."
Once you've booked your flight to Rome, it is time to get psyched! One of the places most impressive locations in the world is about to open up its doors to you. Take notes on what to see and do:
There are two main airports in Rome. There is Rome-Fiumicino (FCO), probably the largest airport in the country with over 36 million travellers visiting the airport annually.It's official name is Leonardo da Vinci Airport. There is also the the Rome-Ciampino airport.
Top carriers include: easyJet and Ryanair.
The airport is located approximately 15 km from the city centre.
For transportation to the city centre, you can catch the Custom Transfer Ciampino Airport Transportation Service (SPRT ). Other options also include a private bus or public buses Cotral / Atral. In addition, the airport is also well connected by road for travel via taxi or car. Once in Rome, you should know that Termini Station is the largest in the city and it can be reached through the lines A and B underground. In addition, you can catch the Leonardo Express train, which connects to the Fiumicino Airport.
Top carriers include: AlItalia and Ryanair.
The airport is located approximately 32 km from the city centre.
The airport can be accessed via vehicle, and crossing the GRA and taking the A91 highway to Roma - Fiumicino. If you prefer to go by train, you can take the Leonardo Express, which leaves every 30 minutes and reaches the Termini Station. Also the line FL1 Regional train going to other stations of Rome Tiburtina and Rome, with trains departing every 15 minutes.