Information on Airports in Italy
Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport serves Italy’s capital and the surrounding area. There is a Leonardo Express rail service linking Rome’s Termini railway station with the airport, charging €14 for the 35-minute journey. There’s also a local train service on the FR1 line, running every 15 minutes and stopping at local stations along the way. The fare is €8. COTRAL busses run from the city centre to the airport and cost around €4.50 one way. There’s also a taxi rank outside the terminals. Passengers are advised to take only a white metered taxi. The fare to Rome from Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is about €40.
The terminals feature banks, Bureaux de Change and ATMs and Wi-Fi access is available throughout the airport. There are also postal services located at the airport. A wide range of food and drinks is available through various outlets both before and after security in Terminals 1, 2, and 3. There is a café before security in Terminal 5. There is also a range of shopping available including duty-free outlets for passengers travelling outside the EU, fashion boutiques and perfume retailers and shops selling traditional Italian goods. The majority of Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Aiport’s shops are located in Terminals 1 and 3. There’s a first aid facility open 24 hours a day, a chapel, prayer room and a nursery, and the airport is fully disabled accessible including dedicated disabled passengers’ lounges in all terminals.
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