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Rome: Shuttle Bus Transfer to or from Fiumicino Airport

1. Rome: Shuttle Bus Transfer to or from Fiumicino Airport

Enjoy a frequent and reliable roundtrip shuttle bus transfer between Fiumicino Airport (FCO) and central location in Rome. Ride in a regularly-maintained, air-conditioned bus with Wi-Fi on board. For your return transfer, simply refer to the timetable on your voucher. Choose from pickup or drop-off locations at your conveniently located stops: Rome Fiumicino Airport, Rome Termini Train Station (Via Marsala 5). Choose a 1-way shuttle bus service to or from the airport, or alternatively an open return ticket. Best of all, be greeted by staff who will be waiting for you by your bus. Jump on board once you’ve checked in and your luggage is safely stowed away.  Avoid the hassle of navigating the public transportation system before or after a long journey, instead, relax and enjoy the views of Rome from the comfort of your seat.

From Fiumicino Airport: Direct Bus Transfer to Rome Termini

2. From Fiumicino Airport: Direct Bus Transfer to Rome Termini

Enjoy the convenience of a shared airport transfer between Fiumicino Airport and Rome city center (Termini Station). Choose from a roundtrip service or a 1-way service to or from the airport. Once at Fiumicino Airport, make your way to the bus stop located at the bus depot just outside Terminal 3. Relax in a comfortable air-conditioned bus on your way to the city center. Take the stress out of navigating the transportation system between the airport and the city center and take comfort in the fact that buses are regularly maintained to high standards.

Rome: Shuttle Bus Transfer to or from Ciampino Airport

3. Rome: Shuttle Bus Transfer to or from Ciampino Airport

Hop onboard a frequent and reliable shuttle bus airport transfer between Ciampino Airport (CIA) and Termini Train Station in central Rome.  Benefit from air-conditioned vehicles that are equipped with free Wi-Fi and regularly maintained to high hygienic standards. Choose a 1-way shuttle bus service to or from the airport, or alternatively an open return ticket. Best of all, be greeted by staff who will be waiting for you by the bus. Jump onboard once you’ve checked-in and your luggage is safely stowed away.  Save yourself the hassle of navigating the public transportation system before or after a long journey. And instead, relax and enjoy the views of Rome from the comfort of your seat.

Rome Termini Station Luggage Storage

4. Rome Termini Station Luggage Storage

Leave your luggage in a safe and convenient location while you explore Rome. Spend your time in the city without any rush and completely hands-free. The storage location is located at Termini Railway Station, in the proximity of the airport bus terminal, public bus terminal, and the Metro lines A/B. You can access your luggage storage every day at any time during opening hours; multilingual staff will be present onsite. Feel free to explore Rome without carrying your luggage around with you!

Rome: Ciampino Airport – Rome Termini Direct Bus Transfer

5. Rome: Ciampino Airport – Rome Termini Direct Bus Transfer

Book your fast and convenient airport transfer in advance and save. There is no booking fee and your luggage is free of charge. All buses are comfortable and air-conditioned. The bus stop at Ciampino Airport is located just outside the arrivals terminal at bus stop number 1. The bus stop in the city center is located on via Giolitti (Termini Station). From there you can easily reach your hotel by foot, by bus, or take the Metro using the A and B lines. For departure transfers, it is recommended to choose a bus that will arrive at the airport at least 2 hours prior to your scheduled flight departure time to allow ample time for check-in.

Private Transfer between Rome Fiumicino and City Center

6. Private Transfer between Rome Fiumicino and City Center

Book this 60-minute private transfer in advance to ensure a worry-free arrival at Rome Fiumicino Airport. Avoid the long lines of passengers waiting for taxis on a service that’s priced for a group of up to 8 passengers. The driver will be waiting for you in the airports arrivals hall, holding a sign with your name on it. You’ll be shown to your vehicle and soon be on your way to your accommodation in Rome’s city center. Departure transfers are also available. In this case, the driver will meet you in the lobby of your central Rome hotel. Your 1-way transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours of booking, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It’s that easy!

Ciampino or Fiumicino Airport Private Transfer to Rome

7. Ciampino or Fiumicino Airport Private Transfer to Rome

Forget the usual airport transportation stress, and pre-book a comfortable and convenient private transfer between Rome airports and the city center, or vice versa. The service is available from and to Fiumicino Airport and Ciampino Airport. Once landed, you will have an hour to make your way through the airport and meet your driver. A friendly and professional driver will be waiting with a name sign for ease of contact. They will then take your bags and show you to your waiting vehicle. Sit back and relax as you enjoy a swift and safe journey to your hotel or city center accommodation. The comprehensive service takes care of all elements of your journey, including flight tracking to ensure your driver is ready when you are, no matter what time your flight arrives. Drivers uphold the highest standards of respect and discretion at all times, while clean, well-maintained vehicles are available to suit a variety of budgets and group sizes.

Fiumicino Airport: Shuttle Bus to/from Vatican City

8. Fiumicino Airport: Shuttle Bus to/from Vatican City

Enjoy a SIT shuttle bus transfer between Vatican City area and Fiumicino Airport and book your ticket in advance in both directions. Benefit from a service that runs every day of the year, with departures every 30 to 40 minutes to suit the needs of all passengers.  Exit the airport and make your way to the shuttle bus area outside Terminal 3. Benefit from the services of the attendant staff as they assist customers with their transfer details. The driver will help you store your luggage in the provided area before driving towards Vatican City, Via Crescenzio 2. Depart from Via Crescenzio 2, near Piazza Cavour, where staff will be on hand to assist you. Simply present your voucher on arrival for redemption, and then sit back and relax in comfort. Due to Rome's notorious traffic, you are strongly advised to book a departure time well in advance of your flight. Get dropped off outside the arrivals hall at Terminal 3 of Fiumicino Airport, where you can easily walk up the stairs to the departure gates. There is also another stop that you can use: Circonvallazione Aurelia 19 (in front of CRAI supermarket)

Civitavecchia: Shuttle Transfer to Rome Fiumicino Airport

9. Civitavecchia: Shuttle Transfer to Rome Fiumicino Airport

Leave for the FCO Rome airport from the port of Civitavecchia at 09.30/09.40 am. The staff will check you in at the meeting point, put stickers on your luggage and accompany you to the bus, where the chauffeur will arrange your suitcases. Although this is a low cost shuttle bus to Fiumicino the buses are modern, with reclining seats and air conditioning, driven by professional and experienced drivers. After about 45 minutes you will reach your destination: the terminal 3 for international flights of the Fiumicino airport. The driver will unload your luggage to let you continue your journey home.

Leonardo Express Train Ticket from/to Fiumicino Airport

10. Leonardo Express Train Ticket from/to Fiumicino Airport

Start your trip to Rome with a convenient high-speed transfer from Fiumicino Airport (FCO) to Rome Termini Station or from Rome Termini station back to Fiumicino Airport depending on the option selected. Jump on the train, take a seat, and relax during the 32-minute ride, with no intermediate stops. Arrive at Rome Termini main railway station which is directly in the heart of the city. From here, take the exit onto Via Marsala to the right side, onto Via Giolitti to the left side, or onto Piazza Dei Cinquecento straight away. You can catch Metro lines A and B, or a taxi, or one of the many bus options available in Piazza Dei Cinquecento, or a train to your final destination. When leaving the eternal city, you can easily catch the high-speed train from Rome Termini station back to Fiumicino Airport. Check the platform number on the screen at Roma Termini railway station and take the convenient and quick journey back to Fiumicino Airport. Train tickets will be delivered directly to your email address 2-3 days before the travel date.

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Rome airport transfers: Everything you need to know

A city known for its historical architecture, Italian delicacies, and beautiful landscapes, Rome is said to have something for everyone. The region has many types of public transportation that travelers can use, including the subway, buses, streetcars, regional trains, and trams. Although they can be used to travel to one of the city’s two airports, it’s usually easier to sit back, relax, and have a transfer pick you up directly from your door. Doing this will save you the burden of having to lug your suitcases through Italy’s capital.

Can I use a Rome airport transfer to go to both of the city’s airports?

Rome has two airports in its vicinity, Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci and Ciampino, both of which can be reached by transfer services. Fiumicino is considered to be Rome’s primary international airport, and it services many of the flights coming from overseas. If you're going between this airport and downtown Rome via car, you can expect for it to take you about 40 to 50 minutes depending on traffic conditions. Ciampino Airport is a smaller choice and is known for servicing many domestic flights, as well as flights that are run by budget airlines. It is a bit closer to Rome’s city center, so it will take you about 35 to 40 minutes to travel between the two locations by car.

How much should I expect to pay for an airport transfer service?

While prices vary depending on what type of shuttle you reserve and where exactly you will be traveling from, you can expect to pay somewhere between 10€ and 25€ (approximately $11-$27) for a standard shared transfer if you are traveling out of Fiumicino. When traveling through Ciampino Airport, the fare will be closer to 5 to 15€ per person (approximately $5.50-$16).

What type of airport transfers are offered in Rome?

Depending on how much you are willing to spend and what kind of time crunch you are under, there are many different Rome airport transfers to choose from. The cheapest option is a shared bus, which generally departs from Termini Station, as it is a central location in the city’s downtown. It is possible to book a transfer that will pick you up directly from your hotel, an option that is convenient for those that don’t want to take public transportation or pack a lot of luggage. If you’re traveling with a group of people and are interested in a private vehicle, you can always rent a large private car or van to drive you to the airport. While this tends to be the most expensive option, it is the quickest and most comfortable, giving you extra time to explore the city and an added level of comfort.

Which airport in Rome is most convenient for an airport transfer?

Rome’s public transportation does not take you directly to the different terminals in Fiumicino, which can sometimes be confusing for those that do not know the airport well. If you want to avoid getting lost and have transportation that will deliver you directly to your gate, the most convenient option is to book yourself a private airport shuttle. On the other hand, Ciampino Airport is a smaller choice that does not have nearly as many terminals. However, because it is not a major travel hub, it isn’t particularly well-linked with public transportation. To avoid the stress and hassle of dealing with trains, transfers are a good option.

When should I book my Rome airport transfer?

Because the Fiumicino Airport is the biggest travel hub in the region, it might take you some time to check in to your flight and go through security. Play it safe and have your Rome airport transfer bring you there about two hours before your flight takes off. The airport in Ciampino is much smaller, so you won’t have to worry about dealing with crowds. While you don’t need to worry about getting there too far ahead of time, you will want to book your trip well in advance, as airport transfers are a popular mode of transportation for getting to this airport.

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What people are saying about Rome

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We arrived at Platform 12 and a bus was ready for us. Booking on line was easy. Our plane was late so we missed our scheduled time but you can get on any bus after that. Helpful attendant.

Was so nice not having to worry about finding a taxi, the driver was easy to find.

Very easy and efficient way to get to city center of Rome. Very economical-

Very nice and comfortable. it got us to Rome very fast from the airport.

Flexible, economic way of getting to the airport, good coach with AC.