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Getting to Rome
Most major airlines fly into Fiumicino Airport (FCO), Italy’s largest airport officially named Leonardo da Vinci Airport, while budget airlines fly in and out of Ciampino Airport (CIA). Visitors have various options for getting into the city from either airport:
Taxi: taxi rides from Fiumicino Airport to the city center cost a fixed rate of €48 plus €1 for large luggage, and take about 30-40 minutes. Taxis from Ciampino Airport to the city center is a fixed rate of €30 and take about 30 minutes. To return to the airport, you can reserve a taxi a day before by calling the taxi company Samarcanda at 065551.
Bus: Terravision runs buses to and from Fiumicino and Ciampino airports for a rate of approximately €4 each way. Buses drop off and pick up at Roma Termini Train Station in the center of the city and take between 45 and 55 minutes to either airport. Riders can buy tickets online ahead of time and print them prior to boarding the bus.
Train: the Leonardo Express train connects Fiumicino airport and Trastevere Train Station as well as Termini Train Station. Tickets are €8 – €16 and the ride take 30 – 45 minutes on a comfortable train.