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Rome–Fiumicino Airport Guide

Fiumicino Airport is Italy’s busiest airport. It offers a vast choice of internal Italy flights that can take you to locations such as Milan and Catania; it’s a popular choice for UK travellers who want to visit Rome.

Fiumicino Airport FCO is also known as Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, and it’s located just two miles from Fiumicino and 19 miles from the centre of Rome.

From here, you can easily travel to historic sites and tourist attractions, including the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, the Trevi Fountain, St Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums, the Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon.

Cheap flights to Fiumicino Airport

Fiumicino Airport is a 50-minute drive from the centre of Rome. It has two passenger terminals (1 and 3) which are interconnected, and easyJet flights to Fiumicino Airport depart from and land at Terminal 1. Our bag drop facilities can be found at desks 305-312.

November and January are the cheapest months to fly, and there are great public transport connections both to and from the airport to Rome.

There are executive lounges, duty-free shops, newsagents, bars, restaurants, and a digital entertainment system, Funport, which lets you watch up to 10 short films per week.

How to get from Fiumicino Airport to Rome?

Flights to Fiumicino Airport land in Fiumicino, so if you’re making your way to Rome, you will need to organise transport. Your options include airport transfer, car hire, bus, train, or taxi.

Things to do at Fiumicino Airport

The airport has a huge shopping area, as well as restaurants and bars, executive lounges, smoking lounges, and more.

  • Browse luxury stores at Fiumicino Airport

If you love to shop, you can purchase a variety of luxury goods from stores like Armani Jeans, Bulgari, Hermes, Ralph Lauren, and Swarovski.

  • Excellent food and drink options at Fiumicino Airport

The airport offers both sit-down and takeaway options from venues like The Burger Federation, Delice Maison, Oblica, McDonald’s, Time Café, Vacanze Romane, Chef Express, and Culto.

  • Duty-free stores

The duty-free shopping area at Rome Fiumicino Airport is in boarding area E. It offers a range of duty-free stores offering tobacco, fragrances, alcohol, and Italian delicacies.

Tips on finding cheapest flights to Fiumicino Airport

The cheapest month to fly to Fiumicino Airport FCO is in January. It’s best to try and avoid the high season (July and August) if you’re looking for cheap flights to Fiumicino Airport. You can also save money by booking flights in advance, signing up for our price alerts, and looking at the different options that are available using our Cheap Fare Finder.

How long is the flight to Fiumicino Airport?

The average flight times are as follows:

The transfer time from the airport to Rome city centre by car is 50 minutes, 1 hour by bus, 32 minutes via the Leonardo Express, and 55 minutes via the regional train service (FL1).

Fiumicino Airport FAQs 

What city is Fiumicino Airport in?

Rome Fiumicino Airport is in Fiumicino, a town which lies just over 21 miles southwest of Rome's city centre.

Is Fiumicino a big airport?

The airport is the busiest in Italy; it serves 43.5 million passengers per year. It covers 6.2 square miles of land.

How much is a taxi from Fiumicino to Rome?

Private taxis typically charge around €48 for the journey.

How much is the train fare from Fiumicino to Rome?

The public train (FL1) costs €8 while the Leonardo Express costs €14.

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