From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini

Getting from Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini is pretty easy, given the large number of services available for tourists: taxis, buses, coaches and trains, which make the city of Rome easy to reach. In this article, we discover together what are the means of transport and what are the costs to reach Rome.

From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: Buses

From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini:T.A.M.

From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini(€4 per person online or on the bus). Between 08:00 and 23:30, this shuttle service operates between FCO (Terminal 3) to Termini Station. The buses are located at Terminal 3, and ticket price is €4.00 per person online or in person. From Termini Station (on right side as your are facing the station) they travel between 04:30 and 20:30. See the timetable. They also stop in the center of Fiumicino town, and at Piazzale 12 Ottobre, near Ostiense train station, where you can connect to Italo high-speed trains to Florence and points North.

From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini:Terravision Shuttles

(€4 per person online, €6 at the booth). Between 05:35 and 23:00, this shuttle service operates between FCO (Terminal 3) to Termini Station (Via Marsala).
Be aware of the fact that sometimes the bus is full. Agreement with Roma Pass: what the agreement provides: Special discounted price from Fiumicino airport: € 4,00 The special offer applies exclusively to the air-port/city centre route and not vice versa
Bus stops: outside Terminal 3, bus parking n. 3
Journey time: 55 Minutes ca Ticket price: • Adult One-way € 4.00 • Adult Return € 8.00

From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: SIT Airport Bus

(€5 per person online, €6 at bus station). SIT run more than 20 buses daily in each direction. They run between 05.00 and 20.30 from Rome, and between 08.30 and 00.30 from FCO. The stops in central Rome are at Piazza Indipendenza (near Termini station) and Via Crescenzio (near Castel Sant’Angelo). The journey between FCO and Termini takes 50 minutes. If you are catching the SIT bus do arrive at your stop at least 20 minutes before the scheduled departure; buses can arrive – and leave – early. If you decide on a bus transfer beware, when approached by the ticket sellers, that you are being given the correct bus details.

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From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: Cotral night bus (€5 if bought in advance)

For those who have to reach Fiumicino airport at a very early hour, before the trains and other buses are running, there is a night bus that connects central Rome to Fiumicino airport for a one-way cost of €5. To avoid paying more for the ticket on the bus, you should buy the ticket the day before at one of the sales points mentioned on the schedule. At the same time, you should locate the bus stop so that you don’t have to search for it in the dark with your luggage.

From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: Cotral bus plus train or metro (about €3 per person).

You can also get to central Rome using only public transportation. Although it would cost only a little less than the Terravision shuttle, and would take longer if you were going to Termini station, it might be more convenient for people going to some parts of the city. You can take a Cotral bus from stops outside Terminal 2 or Terminal 3 to Ostia Lido, and take the Roma-Lido railway from there to Ostiense station, followed by Metro or bus to your final destination; the Cotral bus costs a few euros and the Roma-Lido railway can be ridden with the same bus-tram-metro ticket used by the rest of the ATAC (Rome’s public transportation agency) network, which costs €1.50. You could also take a Cotral bus to the Anagnina Metro station, and take the A line from there. This route would be somewhat longer, but could be more convenient if your destination is on line A. The cost would be about the same. The tickets for the Cotral bus, as well as for the metro or a bus, can be bought at a tobacco shop or newsstand. If you buy a a BIRG ticket (€8), you can use it for the Cotral bus and for all metros, buses, trams, and urban trains (including the Lido train) for the rest of the day. This route isn’t recommended for people with a lot of luggage.

From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: Trains

Suburban train (€8 per person). The FL1 suburban service has a number of stops: those close to the centre of Rome are at Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana, and Tiburtina stations. At Ostiense station, this service connects with metro line B, and also with high-speed Italo trains to Florence and points north. At Tiburtina station, the FL1 connects with Metro line B and also to Italo and Trenitalia trains. At Trastevere, it connects with tram (streetcar) line #8, which runs along viale Trastevere (the main street of Trastevere) to piazza Venezia: from the second-to-last stop (the “Arenula/Cairoli” stop), it’s a short walk to Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, and the Pantheon, so this route may be helpful if you’re going to that area and do not have an excessive amount of luggage. See all stops.

Express train (€14 per person). The Leonardo Express train is a non-stop service between FCO and Rome Termini (the main station). It is very useful if your hotel is near Termini or if you want to catch a train to some other part of Italy. Many trains to Florence and points north also stop at Tiburtina station, which is reached by the less expensive FR1 train.

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From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: Taxi

Taxi operators

Taxi (€48 per taxi). The fixed fare for a Rome taxi is €48 between FCO and central Rome (within the Aurelian walls) for up to four people and their luggage. If your hotel is outside this area, you will have to pay whatever is on the meter. For other journeys, ask around to see what the taxi should cost or get an estimate online. Have small bills to count out carefully when paying. Note that the fixed price from the airport to central Rome applies only to taxis licensed by the City of Rome; these taxis have the City Council’s crest (with “SPQR”) painted on the doors. Other taxis, such as those licensed by the Comune of Fiumicino, can charge by their meter. Insist on taking a Roman taxi: they now have the fixed rate to and from the airport (€48) printed on the doors. If you are travelling as a group of 4, a taxi is cheaper than the Leonardo Express train and avoids having to lug your suitcases to the train and then having to make connections on other transportation once you get to central Rome.

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From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: Private drivers

Private car and driver (€40 and up per car). For perhaps less money than a taxi, you can have a driver waiting at the exit from Customs at FCO or at your door in Rome. Prices start at €40 for three people. Private car services usually charge more if there are more than two or three people in the group, so the service may or may not be cheaper than the train. Private services also usually charge more for early morning or late evening transfers, so you need to get a quotation for your particular situation. For up to three people, during the day, a private driver is often cheaper than a taxi. Avoid any car or shuttle service that requires pay-ment in advance. The reliable companies ask for payment after they have provided the service.

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From Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini: all the informations you need to know about bus, taxi, trains from Fiumicino airport to Rome Termini.