Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) is Roma’s main airport and is well connected with the centre by various means of transport, public and private airport website. If you land at Fiumicino you have 3 options of transportation: train, bus, taxi. There are two trains to choose from: – Leonardo Express, a non-stop service exclusively for airport passengers to/from Roma Termini railway station leaving every 15 minutes* with a journey time of 32 minutes * Departures every 30’ from Fiumicino Airport before 07.08 and after 21.08 and between 10.08/10.38 and 14.08/14.38 * Departures every 30’ from Rome Termini before 06.20 and after 20.20 and between 09.50/10.20 and 13.50/14.20 – Regional FL1 trains to/from other stations in Roma, including Roma Tiburtina, with departures every 15′ on weekdays and every 30′ on weekends and holidays
The main stations in Roma are Stazione Termini (Piazza dei Cinquecento) and Stazione Tiburtina (Piazza della Stazione Tiburtina). Both stations are connected to the network by the underground and buses in all directions leave from outside the stations. For information on times and ticket prices we advise you to connect the railway company site Ferrovie dello Stato, where you can also buy tickets on-line and pick them up on the train itself.
Across the road from Tiburtina Station there is a coach station with departures for Italian cities and abroad. The ticket offices for this service are in the shops along the side of the square.
Coming from the North the best way to reach Roma is the A1 Milano-Roma motorway. Arriving from the West of Italy should take the Aurelia and then the Civitavecchia-Roma motorway. From the Adriatic Coast via the Roma-L’Aquila motorway while from the South the A1. All the motorways intersect Roma’s ring road, called Grande Raccordo Anulare (GRA), which has junctions for the centre and the outskirts of Roma.
The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally. Although is not very extensive, there are stops near the city's top attractions.
Due to the limitations of the metro in Rome, if you want to get around the city using public transport, you will ofter need to take a bus.
Roma has six tram lines. However, they don't reach the centre of Rome and are therefore less useful for touritsts. Find out about the lines, fares and hours.
If you need a taxi, remember to look for the official metered white taxis. To call for a taxi within Roma, try 06 3570, 06 4994, 06 6645, 06 5551, or 06 8822 or visit this link.