Rome Airport Taxi

The ride from Rome Airport to Rome city centre takes between 40 and 60 minutes, depending on the exact adress where you need to be.


Make sure the vehicle has the Taxi sign on the roof. The municipality symbol should be also at the front doors. Also make sure the taxi driver turns on the taximetre exactly in the moment you start the ride.




We ought passengers to be aware of scams since taxi drivers in Rome aren't well-reputed for ripping off both tourists and locals. Do not negotiate nor accept higher fares than the fixed ones, you could be a victim of a scam.




At Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport you can find yellow or white taxis at the arrivals area of the airport, available at the Terminal 1 and at the Terminal 3.




The following taxi companies operate in Rome Airport:

- Radio Taxi: +39 06 3570

- Pronto Taxi: +39 06 6645


Service hours: 24/7.




Taxi fares at Rome Airport are fixed according to your destination. Please do not attempt to negotiate fares under any circumstance

 - To Rome city centre: 48,00€. (35km) From Rome Airport to the Rome city centre (within the Aurelian walls) for up to four people and their luggage. The trip takes approximately 45 minutes to most parts of this central area.
 - To Magliana - Parco dei Medici: 30,00€. It takes between 15 and 20 minutes.
 - To New Rome Fair: 25,00€
 - To Ciampino airport: 50,00€
 - To Tiburtina Station: 55,00€
- To Ostiense Station: 45,00€
 - To Civitavecchia Porto: 120,00€
For further information please check the Municipality of Rome and the Municipality of Fiumicino website.


Car sharing is a modern and practical trend nowadays. With the platform Uber you can travel sharing your car in a very comfortable and practical way, but you need to be always aware that the prices may vary a lot. Make or get a fare estimate price and time.


Private driver and guide

For perhaps less money than a taxi, you can have a driver waiting at the exit from passengers at Rome Airport. There are some companies which offer this service such as:, or

Avoid any car or shuttle service that requires payment in advance. These reliable companies ask for payment after eding the service they have provided.

It isn't necessary to tip for anything in Italy, although equally it is fine to give a small tip (no more than 10%) if you feel you have received an excellent service. It is not compulsory to give a tip to your car or taxi driver.




If you wish to transfer from and to Rome Airport on your own, there are several transfer companies available within the airport premises.


Book your transfer through our site, it is easy and fast to use!