You’re in Rome, so sure it’s going to get a little hectic – that’s all part of the city’s excitement and charm. Plan ahead with a Rome Airport transfer and save yourself from the burden of a stressful arrival in this truly remarkable ancient city.
Located 16 miles southwest of Rome, Rome Fiumicino Airport – also known as Leonardo da Vinci Airport – is the city’s main airport and one of the top 10 busiest in Europe. It can take a bit of time to acclimatize to the speedy buzz and theatricality of the city, so arranging a Rome airport shuttle or transfer in advance should stand you in good stead and get you started on your Roman holiday in the right frame of mind.
With a range of airport transportation options available, Jayride will get you to your hotel or private residence, giving you the opportunity to catch glimpses of ancient ruins as you enter the city district. Take advantage of Jayride’s professional airport shuttle transport services, operating limousines, private cars and airport shuttles to and from Rome airport.
The world’s largest comparison website for airport transfers, Jayride offers a comprehensive range of airport car and shuttle services. It’s easy: book your preferred service in advance, collect your baggage and a friendly Jayride partner driver will be there to meet-and-greet and deliver you safely from Rome airport to your city destination.
Operating since 1961, Rome airport consists of four terminals but only terminals 1 and 3 are in operation. You can walk between these terminals as they are connected.
Reliable airport transport services between FCO and the city is a cinch. Wherever you’re headed, on whatever budget, Jayride will get you there. Travel your way with a choice of affordable ground transportation options at Rome Fiumicino Rome Airport.
The best option for travel on a budget, share a ride in a car or van with others heading in your direction.
Choose a car, van or limo and have your own private driver get you to your Roman destination.
Use a familiar rideshare service without downloading local apps or worrying about Euro conversion, and avoid surge pricing by booking ahead.
Rome airport is around 45 miles from Civitavecchia cruise port. Book a transfer and Jayride will get you and your luggage there no problem.
With your Airport transfer pre-booked, you may have some down-time to have some fun at these attractions near Rome airport.
1. Fiumicino Roman Ship Museum: Forget flying for a while and explore one of the best collections of Roman ships in the Mediterranean.
2. Ostia Antica: The former harbor city of Rome is now a sprawling 247-acre archaeological park. Amazing!
3. Fiumicino: While away a couple of hours over a seafood lunch in this attractive city facing the sea.
4. HelloSky: If you don’t want to stray, with its lounge, meeting rooms and dining, HelloSky is a state of the art work and relaxation zone.
5. Necropolis of Porto: Necropolis dating from the 1st to 4th centuries containing over 200 burial structures, just 3 miles from Terminal 1.
6. Villa Guglielmi Park: Eighteenth-century villa surrounded by a bucolic 24-acre park featuring canals, meadows and stands of pine trees.
7. Mediterraneo Beach, Fiumicino: Peaceful beachfront setting a short ride from the airport. Have a walk, paddle or swim before takeoff.
Take a step back in time and explore this great ancient city.
1. The Vatican Museums: Home to Rome’s most famous art collections including Michelangelo’s blockbuster, the Sistine Chapel.
2. Roman Forum: Astonishing patchwork of ruins that once formed the city’s ancient center.
3. Colosseum: A powerful symbol of ancient Rome, where gladiators battled it out in front of a 50,000-strong crowd.
4. Palatine Hill: Picturesque and magical,one of the ancient city’s most important and atmospheric sites.
5. St Peter’s Basilica: 120 years in the making, this 16th-century masterpiece was built on top of a 4th-century church.
6. Pantheon: Marvel at this magnificent 2000-year-old temple with a 9ft opening in its famed dome ceiling.
7. Piazza Navona: Wander the city’s most famous Baroque square of ornate fountains, palaces, busy cafes and restaurants.
8. Trevi Fountain: A watery splash of Baroque fantasy with ornately carved rearing horses and mythological figures.
9. Capitoline Museums: The world's oldest public museums have been opening their doors since way back in1471.
10. Borghese Gardens: Covering 200 acres on Rome’s Pincian Hill, the villa and gardens are the perfect antidote if you need a break from pounding the city’s ancient pavements.
Like most large international airports, Rome airport can be busy and a little confusing to navigate for first-time visitors. Rome airport only has 2 functioning terminals and it’s an easy walk between them. The important thing is to pre-arrange your airport transportation so that you arrive with plenty of time to check-in.
Rome airport has a good selection of comfortable seating throughout the airport where you could take a nap for an hour or two. If you need a longer, less disturbed sleep, you could book a private HelloSky airport air room for an extended or overnight stay. If you’re worried about catching an early flight, booking an airport transfer in advance is always a good option.
While you're most likely to fly into Rome Airport, some budget airlines fly into Ciampino, Rome’s second airport. Being a lot smaller, Ciampino is also a lot less busy, making it a little easier to navigate. Ciampino is around 10 miles from the center of Rome.
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