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The Italian capital’s secondary flight hub, Rome Ciampino (CIA), lies 7.5 miles south-east of the city, or a 15-minute trip. Pick-ups and drop-offs by the terminal are free for 15 minutes. With breathtaking buildings and monuments everywhere you look, from the Spanish Steps to St Peter’s Square, coupled with charm and a leisurely pace of life, it’s no wonder all roads lead to the Eternal City. The range of hotels is huge, especially in the three and four-star medium range, such as the Lancelot or Abruzzi, many of them family-run. See it all with Ciampino transfers from AirportCars.

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Stay near Rome Ciampino Airport

Book a Rome Ciampino Airport transfer to or from a great local hotel before departure:

  • Hotel Vienna Zanussi Emilio is three miles away, or just minutes from the airport. Expect reasonably priced, three-star accommodation with an ‘Excellent’ TripAdvisor score. It’s a clean, comfortable venue with breakfast included.
  • Hotel Petra is only slightly further away, with four stars and a similar TripAdvisor rating. It welcomes a wide range of guests, and has an outdoor pool and tennis courts in a relaxing setting.
  • Hotel Bellavista is 4.5 miles distant, meaning Ciampino transfers within 15 minutes. This affordable, three-star hotel, ranked ‘Very good’ by reviewers, has a breakfast buffet and easy access to local landmarks with some great nearby restaurants.

Transferring from Rome Ciampino to a different airport?

  • Rome Fiumicino is 20.5 miles west – an airport transfer from Rome Ciampino can have you there well within an hour
  • Umbria International Airport (Perugia San Francesco d’Assisi) lies 121 miles north – a 2 hour 15-minute trip from Rome Ciampino
  • Abruzzo Airport is 146 miles east on the opposite coast, or a journey of nearly three hours
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Towns to explore from Rome Ciampino Airport

  • Assisi lies 115 miles north, or a 2 hour 15-minute trip. The birthplace of St Francis, it’s also where you’ll find the Basilica named after him, as well as the People’s Palace and the Temple of Minerva.
  • Florence lies 180 miles north, or a journey time of just over three hours. It’s packed with art and history; don’t miss the Loggia del Lanzi or the cathedral. Stroll over the Ponte Vecchio, see Michelangelo’s David and cross the Arno River to take in the quieter Oltarno district.
  • Siena is located some 150 miles north; Ciampino Airport transfers take just over 2 hours 30 minutes. Full of charm and culture, its highlights include the Piazza del Campo and Palazzo Pubblico in the heart of town, alongside the Torre del Mangia, a medieval belfry. The Cathedral is also (quite literally!) unmissable.
  • Anzio is 50 minutes south, or 26.5 miles by road. A key site during World War II, it’s a port known for its wonderful fish restaurants and you can catch a ferry to the nearby Ponza islands.
  • Sperlonga is an 85-mile Ciampino Airport transfer; allow an hour and 40 minutes. A family-friendly summertime escape, it’s known for its beach and cave with sculptures depicting scenes from Odysseus. Stroll along the prom, go up the watchtower and check out the archaeological museum.
  • Rome itself, within eight miles of the airport, is a mix of awe-inspiring art, vibrant street life, jaw-dropping architecture and history. It’s compact, charismatic and romantic – with obvious highlights including the Colosseum, Forum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and, of course, St Peter’s Square and Basilica.
Places to go from Rome Ciampino Airport
  1. Pompeii is 143 miles south-east, meaning a 2 hour 20-minute Ciampino Airport transfer. Stroll the ancient ruins and gain a rare insight into life in Roman times. Hike up Mount Vesuvius, which erupted in 79AD, obliterating the town below, for amazing views.
  2. Vatican City lies 21 miles north-west; be there in 35 minutes from the airport. The complex is the Pope’s full-time residence, with incredible architecture to experience and, obviously, massive religious significance. Visit the Sistine Chapel, plus the museums and gardens.
  3. Caserta Palace is some 116 miles south, reachable by Ciampino Airport transfer within two hours. Known as the ‘Italian Versailles’, it has five floors, 1,200 rooms and is stuffed with stunning décor, tapestries and frescoes. It’s also a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  4. Lake Trasimeno is 120 miles away or 2 hours 15 minutes by road. Tour local islands by ferry or cycle around the shore and check out the nearby castles – it’s a relaxing and attractive place for a day trip from Rome.
  5. Pincio Hill Gardens are within 30 minutes or 10 miles by Ciampino Airport Transfer. The nineteenth-century hill overlooks the Piazza del Popolo. There are also nice views across St Peter’s and Gianicolo Hill.
  6. The Temple of Vesta is 12.4 miles away or roughly a 35-minute transfer from Ciampino. This ruined circular temple from the first century BC is a famous archaeological landmark that has been the subject of work from artists including Turner.
More key details on Rome Ciampino Airport

You should encounter few accessibility issues at Rome Ciampino, which has disabled toilets and accessible lifts and is wheelchair-friendly. As an EU member state, Italy provides equal access to disabled passengers. There are strategically placed help points and a tactile route for the visually impaired.

Travellers with disabilities can request extra support from ADR Assistance; whose website also includes some useful information for autistic travellers. Those with reduced mobility are helped at every stage of the journey. Apply at least 48 hours before flying.

Rome Ciampino Airport
Via Appia Nuova, 1651
00040 Ciampino RM

Tel: (+39) 066 5951
Website: Rome Ciampino Airport

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