Rome Airport Fiumicino (FCO) Guide
About Rome Airport
Rome Airport Fiumicino is Rome's international airport and the largest airport in Italy. The airport is also known as Leonardo da Vinci Airport of Rome, after the iconic Italian artist and inventor. Click here for cheap flights to Rome.
Distance from CBD - 36km
Taxi - Around $54 to CBD
Rome Airport Fiumicino is serviced by buses and trains. The quickest route is via the Rome-Fiumicino Leonardo Express which travels nonstop from the airport to the city in 30 minutes. To catch the bus, bus stops are located at the front of the Arrivals Area in Terminal 2.
Car hire desks are located at Office Tower 2. Companies include Auto Europa, Avis, Budget, Easycar, Europcar, Hertz, Rent Locauto, Increased and Sixt. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
Check-in zones are located in the departures halls all four terminals.
There are a range of money exchange facilities located throughout the airport. Pre-purchase Euros in the form of cash or a MasterCard Cash Passport from Travel Money.
A business centre is located in the airport's onsite Hilton Hotel (access conditions apply).
Free Wi-fi is available throughout the terminal.
The airport has three nursery rooms in Terminal 3, a children's play room located in the arrivals area of Terminal 1 and four play areas located throughout Terminal 3.
A left baggage service is available at the international arrivals hall of Terminal 3.
Rome Airport Fiumicino offers a personalised service including porterage, fast-track security checks and VIP Lounge access
Rome Airport Fiumicino has only one lounge which is independently operated by Atahotel. The Atahotel VIP Lounge features meeting rooms, business facilities and leisure facilities. To arrange lounge access, talk to your Flight Centre consultant.
Rome Airport Fiumicino is made up of four terminals. Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are within walking distance from one another as well as connected by a shuttle bus that runs every 20 minutes. Terminal 5 is serviced by a shuttle bus that runs to Terminal 3.