How to get to Rome

Rome is the best connected city in Italy. A dense network of air and road connections, allows you to easily reach it from every part of Italy.

How to get to Rome by plane

Rome has two airports: the Leonardo da Vinci of Fiumicino and the Pastine of Ciampino. For those arriving at Ciampino by plane, just follow the signs that lead to the GRA and from there you will meet all the exits that lead to the different areas of Rome. Those who do not move by car can reach the center of Rome by bus through the Terravision service that runs every day. Also available is the Sitbusshuttle bus which always arrives at Roma Termini. For those arriving by night there is a night service with departures from Roma Termini. For those who want to use the taxi, the parking is located in front of the Arrivals. The Leonardo da Vinci airport is located 32 km from the center of Rome, which can be reached via the Rome-Fiumicino highway that leads to the Grande Raccordo Anulare ring-road and from there to the city center. For those who want to reach the center of Rome quickly and without a car, the best service is the Leonardo Express Train that leaves every 30 minutes. There is also the regional train FL1 that connects the airport with the main stations of the Rome metropolitan area, such as Trastevere (27 minutes), Ostiense (31 minutes), Tuscolana (41 minutes) and Tiburtina (48 minutes).

How to get to Rome by train

Rome has 2 main stations: Roma Termini and Roma Tiburtina. The arrival at one or the other station depends on the departure city, the timetable and the type of train. Regional trains and non-high-speed national trains almost always arrive at Roma Termini, from which one then enters the Rome underground network. Frecciarossa and Italo high-speed trains arrive at Roma Termini and / or Tiburtina.


How to get to Rome by car and bus

For those arriving from the north, the best way to reach Rome is the A1 Milano Roma motorway. From the west side of Italy, take the Aurelia state road and then the Civitavecchia Roma. Those arriving from the Adriatic coast can arrive in Rome through the Rome-L'Aquila. From the South the obligatory path is the A1. All the highways cross the Grande Raccordo Anulare ring road on which there are all the exits for the center and the suburbs of Rome. Many large and small Italian cities have bus connections with Rome. Almost all lines have the terminus in Rome Tiburtina from which it is easy to reach the center of Rome by metro.


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