How to arrive to Rome

How to arrive to Rome

In plane:

Rome, capital of Italy, is well connected with various flights, both national and international. There are two airports in the city:

Leonardo da Vinci airport, primary airport which is connected with the center of the city with various trains, both direct and with intermediate stops.

The journey with a train from Fiumicino Airport to Rome Termini takes 30 minutes. On Termini the departure and arrival platform is n. 22.

Ciampino Airport is used mostly for low-price flights. It’s connected with the city center with buses.


In car:

Autostrada A1 connects Rome to Firenze, Bologna and Milano
Autostrada A2 Napoli and Reggio Calabria
Autostrada A12 with Civitavecchia and the Tirrenica coast
Autostrada A24 connects Rome with l’Aquila

If you’re arriving from the north A1, you need to take the exit Roma Nord, if you’re arriving from A1 South you need to take the exit Roma Est.

From both the exits you will arrive to Grande Raccordo Anulare (Gra), the conjuction ring that unifies Autostradas and State Roads that lead to Rome.


In train

The Tiburtina station is a railway station of Rome and it is conneted with Termini by both metro and buses.

From here you can travel both with a local train or a night buses that take you to Fiumicino.


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