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Airport Transport

My guide Last update 1 year ago
Rome has two airports: Lenonard da Vinci Fiumicino and Ciampino. Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino is the bigger of the two and is located 26 kilometres outside the centre of Rome. Express trains depart from the airport to station Termini in Rome every half hour and the trip takes 30 minutes. It's also possible to take a taxi, but make sure you take an official taxi with a meter. An airport surcharge will be included in the fare.
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