Rome Airport Fiumicino, also known as Leonardo da Vinci Airport, is the main international airport of Rome and the largest airport in the country.



Quick Facts

Distance from the City Center:

22 miles

Public Transport:

Rome Airport Fiumicino is serviced by a wide range trains as well as buses that depart from the arrivals area in Terminal 2. The fastest way to travel from the airport to the city is via the airport express train which takes 30 minutes to reach the city.

Taxi fare:

Approximately $50 to the City Center

Car Rental:

A range of car hire companies including Auto Europa, Avis, Budget, Easycar, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt have counters located at the airport’s Office Tower 2.



Various check-in counters can be found in the departure halls of all four terminals. For your specific check-in counter, refer to your itinerary.

Currency Exchange

Currency exchange bureaus are available in all four terminals.

Internet Access

Free high-speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport.


A left baggage storage facility can be found at the international arrivals hall of Terminal 3.


Rome Airport Fiumicino offers a concierge service which includes porterage, VIP lounge access and fast-track security checks.


The Atahotel VIP Lounge is the only lounge located at Rome Airport Fiumicino. Within the lounge, guests can access business facilities, meeting rooms and leisure facilities. To arrange access, talk to your Travel Associates consultant.