Rome Airport - Transport

Here you can find all the transport options to go from the Rome Airport (FCO) to the Rome city centre and the other way around.

Rome Airport is located in the town of Fiumicino, a municipality of about 77.000 population. The city belongs to Roma province and there are 32 km from Rome Fiumicino Airport to the city of Rome. That’s why the airport is also called Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. Here you can find all the bus options which connect the Rome Airport with the Rome city centre.


The main bus station in Rome for Roman, Italian and European destinations is the station of Tiburtina. There are several bus options from Rome Airport (FCO) to Rome city centre:

- Cotral bus stop
- SIT Shuttle bus
- T.A.M bus
- Terravision bus
- Atral Schiaffini bus
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Rome Airport is not directly connected with Metro. Metro in Rome is called Metropolitana. There are 2 lines which connect Rome Airport to Rome city centre. The Metro lines are A (red) or B (blue)
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Car rental

To rent a car for your Rome trip is always a great idea. Check our search engine to get the best option for your needs
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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.
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The train Leonardo Express is the direct train which connects Rome Airport with Rome city centre. The main train options which connect Rome Airport with Rome city centre:

- Leonardo Express
- FM1 Train
- Suburban train FL1
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There isn’t any tram which goes directly from Rome Airport to Rome city or the other way around. But there are a few tram lines that combined with Bus or Train can lead you to the Rome Airport and the other way around. There are 6 Tram lines in Rome.
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