Rome Airport - Train

Rome Airport is located 35 km at the southwest from the city of Rome, concretely, it is situated at the city of Fiumicno, that’s why the other official name of the airport is Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. Here we give you all the information you need to know about the train options which connect Rome Airport with the city centre of Rome. The train Leonardo Express is the direct train which connects Rome Airport with Rome city centre.

Leonardo Express is the non-stop train service connecting Termini Station, (Rome’s trains hub) with Rome Airport in only 32 minutes, with trains passing every 15 minutes (during certain times of the day service may pass every 30 minutes). The train shuttle service is guaranteed even in the event of strike (it may be substituted with bus service).
At Termini station you can take Leonardo Express from platforms 23 and 24, opening hours from Rome Termini starts at 05:35h with last train at 22:35h, and from Rome Airport from 06:23h to 23:23h. One way ticket costs 14€. Children under 4 are free of charge. It is equipped with seating and rest rooms for passengers with reduced mobility.

Fast Track Airport service

If you travel to Rome Airport with Leonardo Express you can make your passport control time faster by using the Airport’s Fast Track service in Terminal 3 Departure area at the special price of 4 € instead of 5 €. You just need to show your Leonardo Express ticket to personnel at the Information Point of the Terminal 3 and obtain your discount (20%).

Airport VIP lounge

  Leonardo Express passengers can access the VIP Lounges “Le Anfore” (Boarding area G) and “I Mosaici”(Boarding area D) so they can enjoy the comfortable VIP spaces while waiting for their flight for the special price of 24 € instead of 30€. All you have to do is to show your Leonardo Express ticket to personnel at the Information Point in Terminal 3 and Terminal 1 to obtain your discount.

Ticket at Termini station costs 11€, available at the machines as well as in the Termini news stand. Tickets at the departure platform are more expensive. Validate your ticket with the yellow validation machine when you start your ride. Ticket expires 90 minutes after its validation.

FM1 Train

To go from Rome Airport to Rome city centre there is also the FM1 train option. This train is older than Leonardo Express. It doesn’t stop at Termini. It stops at Tiburtina, Ostiense station, Fara Sabina, Poggio Mirteto and Orte. At Tiburtina station or at Ostiense Station you can find the connections with Rome Metro. One way ticket costs 5,50€ with the plus of 1€ if you want to take Metro later. Leonardo Express is more expensive because it rides directly to Termini. With FM1 the ride takes around 45 minutes.

Suburban train FL1

The Suburban FL1 train also connects Rome Airport with the Roman city centre stops such as:Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana, and Tiburtina stations. This is usually the best train to take if you're going to anywhere in Trastevere, or to the Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Navona, or the Pantheon area
FL1 opening hours from Tiburtina to Rome Airport (departures) are: during the week from 05:47h to 19:32h every 15 minutes. Sundays and holidays from 06:02h to 10:02h every 30 minutes.

FL1 opening hours from Rome Tuscolana to Rome Airport (departures) are: during the week from 05:55h to 19:40h every 15 minutes. Sundays and holidays from 06:10h to 22.10h.

FL1 opening hours from Rome Ostiense to Rome Airport (departures) are: from 05:18h to 19:48h every 15 inutes. Sundays and holidays from 05:18h to 22:18h every 30 minutes.

FL1 opening hours from Rome Trastevere to Rome Airport (departures) are: during the week from 05:21h to 19:51h every 15 minutes. Sundays and holidays from 05:21h to 22:21 every 30 minutes.

FL1 opening hours at Rome Airport (FCO): during the weeks from 05:58h to 22:28h. Sundays and holidays from 06:00h to 23:00h.

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At Ostiense station, FL1 connects with Rome Metro line B, and also with high-speed Italo trains to Florence and other northern points. 
At Trastevere station, you can find the connection of FL1 to tram line 8, which runs through viale Trastevere (the main street of Trastevere), crosses the Tiber (running on Via Arenula) and ends at Piazza Venezia.  From the second to last stop, "Arenula/Cairoli" stop of the number this line 8 of tram it's an easy walk to Campo dei Fiori and the Pantheon, especially if you don't have an excessive amount of luggage.