From Fiumicino Intercontinental Airport to Rome you can get by private pick-up services, cabs, shuttle buses, regional train or Leonardo Express.
From low cost Ciampino airport to Rome there are scheduled bus connections to the metro lines A and B and shuttle buses to the main train station. Cabs are not always available.
Taking the train to Rome is the most environmentally friendly form of transport. Italy has a network of high-speed trains that are usually punctual to the minute.
Hop on hop off city tours offer a quick overview of Rome’s center. Glide through Rome in an open double decker.
By car in Rome. Driving in Rome can be quite an adventure. You can find out here how to get to Rome safely by car and through Roman traffic.
Rome has a simple and inexpensive fare system for metro, bus, streetcar and train. The Metrebus fare is valid for the whole city.
Luggage Storage Rome. Treat yourself to the convenience and enjoy Rome without luggage even on the day of arrival and departure.
Strike in Rome is fortunately rare. Here you can find tips for the case that a strike tumbles your planning.
Taxis in Rome are better than their reputation. Here you can find out what you should consider when taking a taxi in Rome and what alternatives are available.