Rome Travel Information
Rome is the capital city of Italy and a favourite short break destination in Europe. The city has a history of 2,700 years and is famous for its ancient Roman monuments. Top attractions are Vatican City, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, the Forum and the Colosseum. If you like shopping: Via Veneto, Via Nazionale and Piazza Di Spagna.
Rome has 2 airports:
Ciampino Airport is the smaller one with low-budget flights (Ryanair). Distance to Rome city is 15 km. It takes 40 minutes to the city centre. Bus company Terravision connects Termini Central station with Campino airport. An one-way ticket at the airport cost €6. Online it's €4. Service frequency is every 20 minutes during the day. The public bus connects Ciampino airport with the underground station "Anagnina"(€1). From there the metro takes you in 25 minutes to the centre (€1). Official taxis are white with a meter. Ask the driver how much are the supplements (luggage, weekend).
Fiumicino / Leonardo Da Vinci Airport is the international airport, 26km from Rome. The Leonardo Express train leaves every 30 minutes and goes non-stop to Termini train station. Travel time is 40 minutes. Fare € 9.50. At night there are no trains to the airport. There is a nightbus running between 01.15 to 05.00. An official white metered taxi to Rome centre is €40.
Many budget hotels are located around Termini Railway Station. Several luxury 5 star hotels are situated in the famous street Via Veneto. In this street is also the Hard Rock Cafe: a popular American food restaurant.
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