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How do I get from Rome Ciampino airport to Fiumicino?

By: Jake MackayUpdated: February 13, 2021

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The average travel time with Leonardo Express train is approximately 1:15 a.m.. It takes 32 minutes from Fiumicino Airport to Termini Station (Central Station Rome), and after about 25 minutes a train from Rome Termini leads to Ciampino City (cost of the ticket is 1.50 euro); this trip takes about 15 minutes.

Considering this, is there a train from Ciampino airport to Rome?

The regional train that connects Ciampino with Rome is a quick and inexpensive way to reach Termini Station. As the train leaves from the town of Ciampino, you will have to take a bus from the airport. The bus fare is € 1.20 ( US$ 1.30) and the train fare is € 1.50 ( US$ 1.70).

Likewise, how much is a taxi from Ciampino to Rome?

The authorities in Ciampino have set the taxi fares from Ciampino airport to Rome Aurelian Walls (The historical center of Rome) in 30 euro. The price includes the baggage and is for up to four passengers, and is valid for both directions: Ciampino airport to Rome City, and Rome City to Ciampino airport.

How far is CIA from FCO?

The total driving distance from CIA to FCO is 21 miles or 34 kilometers. Your trip begins at Ciampino - G.B. Pastine International Airport in Rome, Italy. It ends at Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome, Italy.

How much is uber from Rome airport to downtown?

BUT HERE WE ARE AT THE AIRPORT – The fixed price set by Uber from Rome Airport to the city center is 60 Euros!!

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Is there Uber in Rome?

Yes, you can uber in Italy. However, it's only available in Rome and Milan. Additionally, only Uber Black is available, meaning higher prices and nicer vehicles. If you don't mind the slight price increase, then Uber is perfectly safe to use in Italy.

Where should I stay when visiting Rome?

The 8 Best Neighborhoods in Rome for Tourists
  1. Trastevere.
  2. Vatican & Prati.
  3. Tridente & Trevi Fountain.
  4. Ancient Rome & Monti.
  5. Historic Center & Jewish Ghetto.
  6. Villa Borghese, Barberini, & the Quirinale.
  7. Termini Station & Around.
  8. Testaccio.

How far apart are the two airports in Rome?

Fiumicino and Ciampino Airports are 31km (19 miles) apart, on a good day with no traffic congestion a journey of 30 minutes by car. Unfortunately for those wanting to transfer between both airports there is no direct public transport between the two airports.

What is the main airport in Rome?

Rome–Fiumicino International Airport

How do I get to Rome from the airport?

The Leonardo Express Airport train is a dedicated airport train taking 30 minutes to reach the centre of Rome (Termini Station) with a frequency of every 15 minutes. The only reason not to use the service is cost, it is around double the cost of competing bus and local train options.

How do I get from Rome airport to city Centre?

The Leonardo Express Airport train is a dedicated airport train taking 30 minutes to reach the centre of Rome (Termini Station) with a frequency of every 15 minutes. The only reason not to use the service is cost, it is around double the cost of competing bus and local train options.

How do I get from Ciampino airport to Termini?

There are 10 ways to get from Roma Termini to Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA) by train, bus, taxi, car, rideshare, shuttle or towncar
  1. Take the train from Roma Termini to Capannelle Re.
  2. Take the line 520 bus from Capannelle/Castroregio to Aeroporto Ciampino 520.

How do I get from Ciampino airport to Trastevere?

From Ciampino Airport
The quickest way to reach Trastevere is the taxi (30 minutes, fixed rate 30 Euro - baggage included). Alternatevely, Cotral/Schiaffini blue buses go to Termini Railway Station. Tickets can be bought onboard and cost 5 Euro. The Sitbusshuttle line also goes to Termini (6 Euro).

Is Rome Expensive?

Rome is rightfully at the top of almost every visitor's list. It's no surprise because it offers so much to experience. Rome is also one of the more expensive cities in Europe but there are still plenty of ways to cut down on your travel expenses.

Is Rome Ciampino airport big?

Ciampino (CIA) is the smaller of Rome's two airports (the main one being Leonardo da Vinci airport at Fiumicino.) You might fly in and out of Ciampino if you are on a budget flight within Europe. Ciampino is 12.5 km, or 7.5 miles from Rome's city center, a bit closer than Fiumicino.