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Also called Leonardo da Vinci Airport, Rome Fiumicino (FCO) lies 19 miles south-west of the Eternal City. ‘Kiss and Go’ areas next to Terminals 1 and 3 offer 15 minutes of free stopping for drop-offs and pick-ups. Hotel accommodation encompasses everything from budget to boutique to some of Europe’s most luxurious venues – like the five-star Baglioni. Jammed with remnants of ancient history, some of the world’s most important artworks and breathtaking architecture in every corner, Rome offers renowned cuisine and a lively yet relaxed feel. AirportCars offers transfers across the city and beyond.

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Some great hotels near Rome Fiumicino Airport

Book a Rome Fiumicino Airport transfer to or from a local hotel before flying:

  • Hilton Tiber Fiumicino is within three miles, meaning easy Fiumicino Airport transfers in minutes. With four stars and ranked ‘Very good’ on TripAdvisor, it’s a new-build overlooking the harbour, with Mediterranean views.
  • Hotel Sirenetta is 5.5 miles away; be there within 15 minutes from the airport. Offering three-star affordability, breakfast is included at this family-friendly venue.
  • The ibis Roma Fiera is nearly nine miles east, and reachable in 10 to 15 minutes by Fiumicino Airport transfer. Expect three-star comfort and outstanding value. Ideal for business travellers, it has a restaurant and scores 3.5/5 with reviewers.

Transferring from Rome Fiumicino to another airport?

  • Rome-Ciampino Airport is located 19 miles east – be there within 30 minutes by Rome Fiumicino transfer
  • San Francesco d’Assisi Airport, Perugia Is 125 miles north – travel them within 2 hours 15 minutes from Rome Fiumicino
  • Naples International is just under 150 miles south – an airport transfer from Rome Fiumicino can have you there well within two hours
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Towns to explore near Rome Fiumicino Airport

  • Naples is 150 miles south – a Fiumicino Airport transfer can have you there within 2 hours 30 minutes. Attractive and energetic and with a vibrant street life, the city has architectural gems like the Cappella Sansevero, plus some of Italy’s finest cuisine.
  • Orvieto lies 94 miles north – or 1 hour 40 minutes from the airport. This hilltop gem of a town is a relaxing day trip packed with cultural and artistic attractions and great eateries.
  • Anguillara Sabazia is some 30 miles north – cover them in 45 minutes by Fiumicino Airport transfer. Nestling on a small cape on the coast of Lake Bracciano, its medieval heart and beach make it a great day trip from the Eternal City.
  • Genzano di Roma is located 27 miles east or a 45-minute airport run. This walled medieval hill town is full of well-preserved charm – the tower soaring over the skyline was built in 1183. Stroll the elm-lined Olmata avenue and make plentiful coffee, food (and wine!) stops.
  • Santa Marinella lies 35 miles up the coast, or 40 minutes from the airport. This attractive beach resort has some excellent seafood eateries and a medieval castle. It’s still an active fishing port, and Vittorio III came here often in ancient Roman times.
  • Rome itself is a 30-minute, 19-mile Fiumicino Airport transfer. Climb the Palatine Hill, picture gladiatorial combat at the Colosseum, look inside the Pantheon and explore the Vatican City museums. And don’t miss St Peter’s or, of course, the Sistine Chapel.
Excursions to enjoy from Rome Fiumicino Airport
  1. Tivoli lies 40 miles north-east – roughly an hour-long Rome Fiumicino Airport transfer. Escape the city to its elegant villas and gardens. Villa d’Este, with fountains and Renaissance grounds and the Villa Adriana archaeological complex are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Equally, don’t miss Hadrian’s Villa.
  2. Ostia Antica is just 5.5 miles or barely 15 minutes south of the airport at the mouth of the Tiber. As significant as Pompeii, it dates back to the fourth century BC. Visit the ancient theatre and baths – and take in the Christian basilica, Jewish synagogue and more.
  3. Cerveteri is 23.5 miles away up the coast, or a 30-minute airport hop. The UNESCO-listed Necropoli di Banditaccia here is a haunting area of streets, terraces and squares of grass-topped tombs. Check out the museum in the centre of Cerveteri itself.
  4. Aquafelix is 41.5 miles north, or under 50 minutes by Rome Fiumicino Airport transfer. This waterpark has wave and regular pools, rivers, a mile of waterslides and four restaurants. It could offer children the perfect bribe for visiting ancient monuments!
  5. The Garden of Ninfa is just over 50 miles south-east, or an hour-long ride from Rome Fiumicino. It’s in a 105-hectare park, of which eight hectares are landscaped. Wonderful trees and grassy meadows are here alongside some medieval ruins, exotic plants and rambling roses.
  6. Montecassino Abbey is 98 miles east – allow the best part of two hours for your airport transfer. Benedict built the mountaintop monastery here in 529, and it was destroyed in 577 and bombarded in 1944. Enjoy the elegant Renaissance cloister, ornate cathedral and sweeping views, and the museum.
More important details for Rome Fiumicino Airport

In keeping with European law, Rome Fiumicino must provide equal access to travellers with disabilities. There are disabled lounges in all of the airport’s terminals, adapted toilet facilities in the main areas, and lifts, although the airport is mainly flat, and spacious.

Those with reduced mobility can book extra help with the company the airport uses, ADR, to travel from check-in to boarding or vice-versa. Book this via your airline or tour operator with at least 48 hours’ notice.

Rome Fiumicino Airport
Via dell’Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320
P.O. Box 68
I-00050 Fiumicino

Tel: (+39) 066 5951
Website: Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport

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