How to get to

By plane

Rome has two international airports with over 40 million passengers passing through the city every year.

Traveling from Europe

If you live in Europe, it is now possible to visit the Italian capital for less than €50. The main low-cost airlines flying to Rome are:


If you’re planning on discovering Italy and visiting other cities, the train is an excellent option to keep in mind. The high-speed trains, called Frecciarossa, connect Rome and Florence in a little over an hour and a half and to Milan in three hours. There are also other categories of trains called Frecciargento or Frecciabianca, which also connect Rome with most cities in the country, but are slower.

If you’re touring Europe and would like to get to Rome by train, the easiest option is to get to Milan and from there take a train to Milan,

You can check schedules and fares and even book online on the TGV or Ferrovie dello Stato website:

Termini Railway Station

Termini Station is Rome’s main railway station. Every day 480,000 travellers pass through its platforms, making it the busiest train station in Italy.



Fiumicino Airport

Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is the largest airport in Rome and Italy. Its official name is Aeroporto Leonardo da Vinci.

Ciampino Airport

The Rome-Ciampino Airport (CIA) is the second most important international airport in Rome. It is located 7,5 miles from the city centre and moves nearly 6 million passengers a year.
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