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How to Get to Rome

Are you travelling to the Eternal City? Look up this guide on how to reach Rome by using the major public and private means of transportation.

By Air


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Ciampino and Fiumicino airports are on the outskirts of Rome, but they are both conveniently linked to the city centre and its surroundings.

From/to Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, Fiumicino
Fiumicino is the major airport of Rome, where international departing and arriving flights operate. From this air terminal, the F.S. Express Train to Termini railway station is the most convenient transport for central Rome, reachable in about 25-30 minutes. The Express train is available every 30 minutes. Regular train service stops at the minor stations of Rome and the estimated time is 30-60 minutes with a 20 minutes frequency.

From/to G.B. Pastine Airport, Ciampino
Ciampino, second to Fiumicino, is a civil-military airport. The most convenient service to Rome and back to the airport is offered by private bus lines operating every 30 minutes and expected to arrive at Termini railway station in 30 minutes.

By Rail


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Termini central railway station is the point of arrival and departure for almost all trains from Italy and abroad. The majority of public buses leaves from Termini to the different areas of the city and the two existing underground lines have their changing terminal there. If you travel from Northern Italy, Eurostar trains are the fastest to reach Rome, departing from Milan and Venice. The estimated time is 4 hs 30 min. Next best station is Tiburtina, main stop for all the trains to Fiumicino airport. Almost all the trains operating at night lead to this station located in Southwestern Rome.

By Bus


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Bus links from/to Italian and foreign major cities are not so frequent in Rome. For this reason you won't find an out-and-out central station. Almost all the long distance buses end their journeys outside underground stations, among which the main are Tiburtina and EUR Fermi.

By Car


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If you drive from Northern Italy on the motorway A1, leave the motorway at "Roma Nord" tollgate. Arriving from the South on the same motorway, leave at "Roma Est" tollgate and you will find yourself at the "Grande Raccordo Anulare", major beltway linking the motorways and state roads leading to Rome. The most important are Via Aurelia (to Pisa and Livorno), Via Cassia (to Viterbo and Siena), Via Flaminia (to Umbria region), Via Appia Nuova (to Ciampino airport) and Via Cristoforo Colombo (to Ostia).

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