There is a wide range of Eat&Drink facilities which is provided By Rome Fiumicino Airport. The airport has guides for detailed information about the companies that were carefully chosen. There you can taste Italian and International cuisine and you have many options as well, like a gourmet breakfast, a tasty appetizer, a quick meal, a fine lunch, and a business dinner. These companies are categorized regarding the service they provide in order to identify the type of service by using simple colors: self-service, fast food, restaurant, wine bar and other. Also, there are more specific places where you can find vegetarian or gluten-free dishes or even ethnic ones.
In the airport, you can find a variety of places where you can shop. Rome Fiumicino provides passengers departing from Fiumicino with an access to the new paper maps of the commercial areas. And you can download these maps in three languages English, Russian, Chinese, Brazilian, Korean and Japanese.
The new Airport Mall in Area E is available for passengers who departing for the non-Schengen country. It consists of almost 50 retails. Also, if you buy clothes or fashion accessories you will be free from the 22% VAT.
At the Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 were re-opened the wine bar branded "Santé" and the fine leather boutique for travelers. Also, the Terminal 3 has an exclusive and luxury shopping gallery – “Made in Italy”, which has national products.
At the Rome Fiumicino, there are information points at Terminals 1, 2, 3, and 5. Terminal 1 - the information desks are located in the departure/check-in area; the desk at the Departures area is open from 07:15h to 23:30h, and at the arrivals area – open from 07:15h to 15:00h, it is located close to the post office. Terminal 2 - they are located at the arrivals area, at the exit after luggage delivery and it’s open from 07:15h to 15:00h. At the arrivals area of the Terminal 3, you can find information points. Terminal 5 has only one floor so you can easily find the information point.
Disabled Peoples Facilities
In the departures area of the Terminal 1, there is the lounge for people with disabilities (Sala Amica) and it is managed by Alitalia, but other airlines can also have a possibility to make reservations.
There are automated teller machines (ATMs) and currency exchange offices at the Rome Fiumicino.
All passengers have an access to nursery services that offer to assist travelers with minor children (baby's bottle heater, beds, and changing table).
Luggage storage is located at the International Arrivals area of the Terminal 3, and works every day from 6:30 am to 11:30 pm. There is a baggage room service that is free of charge, and you can request it at ADR information desks and interactive multimedia stations.
Ryanair presented new hand luggage rules. It means that if you have a priority ticket you can only take your hand luggage on board for free. Otherwise, larger hand luggage will be placed in the hold for free.
- Priority: 1 piece of hand luggage (max. 55x40x20cm) + 1 small bag (max. 35x20x20cm) + 1 airport shopping bag (max. 35x20x20cm)
- Non-Priority: 1 small bag (max. 35x20x20cm) + 1 airport shopping bag (max. 35x20x20cm)
There is Atahotel Executive Centre that provides with spots with an internet connection, fax machines, photocopiers and a post-office. The Post Office is located in the Arrivals area of Terminal 1, and it works from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm from Monday to Friday.