Rome taxi fares: Ciampino and Fiumicino taxi fares

In this short article I will talk of Rome taxi fares, especially the Ciampino and Fiumicino airport taxi fares. Let me provide you with clear, specific and brief informations. The only premise is that you do the following: If you can, avoid taking a taxi because it is very expensive. Let me explain. If you come from an intercontinental trip I strongly suggest you to use your money to take a taxi, since you will be exhausted and the money helps to enjoy the comfort. If you come from Europe you’d better opt for the services offered by the coach that are located directly outside the airport.

Taxi fares are of two types: fixed and progressive.


Rome taxi fares: progressive fares

The progressive rate consists of the following items: initial fixed fee + single progressive taximeter fare + extra charges – special fares

Initial fixed fee

Fixed fee from point of departure on weekdays (from 6:00 to 22:00) € 3.00
Fixed fee from point of departure on Sundays and public holidays (from 6:00 to 22:00) € 4.50
Fixed fee from point of departure at nights (from 22:00 to 6:00) € 6.50

Hourly fare

Timed tick on the meter applied at speeds of less than 20 km/h; 27.00 €/h

Single progressive taximeter fare

T1: at speeds > 20 km/h 1.10 €/km
T2: at speeds > 20 km/h 1.30 €/km
T3: at speeds > 20 km/h 1.60 €/km

The taximeter shifts from T1 to T2 when the initial fixed fare on the taximeter has clocked up a further € 11.00, from that time onwards the T2 fare is applied until a further € 13.00 have been clocked up; from then on the third fare, T3, is applied until the end of the journey.

Special fares

A discount of 10% is applicable to the amount stated on the taximeter in the following cases:
Direct journeys to state hospitals in Rome
For unaccompanied women using the night service (between 22.00 – 6.00)
For young people coming out of clubs and discos on Friday and Saturday nights, provided that suitable agreements are in place with the management of such venues

Extra charges

The first piece of luggage is free; each subsequent piece of luggage measuring more than 35x25x50 cm costs € 1.00
The fifth passenger upwards in taxis with a capacity for more than 4 passengers: € 1.00
The fixed fee for calling a radio-controlled taxi is € 3.50

Journeys commencing from within the Rome ring road (GRA) and travelling to Fiumicino Airport, and vice versa, shall be charged a maximum fare of € 70.00.

The fare to be paid is that indicated on the taximeter at the end of the journey. Extra charges, when present, shall then be added to this amount: extra luggage, fixed fee for calling a radio-controlled taxi, extra passengers from the fifth passenger upwards. These extra charges will be added to the amount stated on the taximeter at the end of the journey.

Rome taxi fares: fixed fares

Fixed fares are inclusive of all extra charges.

• Rome taxi fares From Ciampino Airport to within the Aurelian Walls4 and vice versa: € 30.00
• Rome taxi fares From Ciampino Airport to Tiburtina Station and vice versa: € 35.00
• Rome taxi fares From Ciampino Airport to Ostiense Station and vice versa: € 30.00

• Rome taxi fares From Fiumicino Airport to within the Aurelian Walls3 and vice versa: € 48.00
• Rome taxi fares From Fiumicino Airport to Castello della Magliana – Parco dei Medici and vice versa: € 30.00
• Rome taxi fares From Fiumicino Airport to Nuova Fiera di Roma Exhibition Centre and vice versa: € 25.00
• Rome taxi fares From Fiumicino Airport to Ciampino Airport and vice versa: € 50.00
• Rome taxi fares From Fiumicino Airport to Tiburtina Station and vice versa: € 55.00
• Rome taxi fares From Fiumicino Airport to Ostiense Station and vice versa: € 45.00
• Rome taxi fares From Fiumicino Airport to Port of Civitavecchia and vice versa: € 120.00

When it comes to fixed rates comes in a problem: what is the boundary of the Aurelian walls? Look at the map that clearly indicates where are the borders.

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