Transfers

An alternative to public transport is private or shared transfers. These are operated by car or minivan, depending on the service chosen, and will be ready to wait for you at your landing, without having to worry about the departure times. They offer the great convenience of bringing you directly to your destination.

Save with a convenient and fast transfer from Fiumicino airport to the center of Rome or vice versa. Avoid having to carry a heavy baggage on the train or the hassle of having to go through turnstiles and narrow gates.

Exit the airport and head to the shuttle bus area outside Terminal 3. Take advantage of the support services provided by the staff, which will help you with the details of the transfer. The driver will help you to stow the baggage in the area before leaving to Piazza Cavour, Vatican City and finally reach the Roma Termini train station, where you will find all the public transports that connect the various districts of the city.

For the departure transfer, you will simply have to go to one of the two buses stops at least 15 minutes before to validate the ticket with the staff present. This allows you to be flexible in case of changes or changes on the flight so that you can leave at the most convenient time to reach the airport on time.

Quay 12: your GetYourGuide voucher can be used as a one-way or return ticket (if purchased for the return journey). When you arrive at the bus stop, the staff will assist you in your departure. For the return trip, you must present yourself at the bus stop at least 15 minutes before departure to cancel your ticket and get on board.

The tickets prices of buses start at 6 Euro.

The door to door transfers

Fiumicino has a relatively well marshaled and organized taxi rank in front of the passenger terminal. It has fixed tariffs that apply to any licensed Rome city cab to convey passengers between Fiumicino Airport and any location within the city walls of Rome. This fare includes luggage. There is also an official information desk that is located inside the passenger terminal where you can double check the fare to Rome or any aspect of using a Rome cab. However, most Rome taxi drivers do not speak fluently in English. The private car services that are ordered in advance are more expensive than Rome city cabs, though the service is added with Meet 'n' Greet as you exit customs, an English speaking driver and all payment are made in advance.

The price of private transfers with cars starts from 41 Euro, and the price from the airport to hotels starts at 110 Euro.