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How to Get from Rome Termini Train Station to Rome Airports and Other Destinations
Roma Termini is the main railway hub in the city and one of the busiest rail terminals in Europe. Around 150 million passengers travel through it each year. Trains run from here to all large Italian cities and many European capitals. To reach one of Rome airports or districts, you can use public transport, taxis, or transfers.
Taxi from Rome Termini Train Station
One can take a taxi at the official stand which is outside the main entrance to Termini. It is better not to use unmetered cabs (there are also lots of them there), as their drivers often overcharge their clients. As for licensed and metered cars, they are painted white, have ‘taxi’ lights on top and license numbers on their doors, their back, and inside them. The drawback of this option is that sometimes the queues for the taxis may be long.
A taxi from Rome Termini station to Ciampino Airport costs €30, and to Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport - €48.
Transfer from Rome Termini Train Station
For those who hate huge queues and want to plan their journey beforehand, choosing a Kiwitaxi transfer will be a great option.
A transfer from Rome Termini train station to your hotel in the city will cost €54 (4 passengers), to Fiumicino and Ciampino air hubs - €48. There’s no need to search for a car, as our driver will meet you in the appointed place. You can book your transfer online, and once you do that, its price will stay fixed.
Transfers to a variety of other Italian destinations can also be booked.
Public transportation from Rome Termini Train Station
Almost every corner of the city is easily accessible by metro. Or you can choose trams and buses (most city routes stop in the station square).
The easiest way to reach Fiumicino air hub is by Leonardo Express train (the fare is €14). Or you can take a bus which will be cheaper but slower.
If you are heading to Ciampino air hub, take a Terravision shuttle (€5). Or you can choose a route with a change: first, take Metro A to Anagnina station and then go from there to the air hub by Cotral bus.
The train station has been rebuilt and reconstructed several times. The first building appeared in 1863, and the last reconstruction was made in 2000. Today, Termini is a grand building with a well-developed infrastructure: here, tourists can find ticket and information offices, baggage storage services, cafes, newsstands, a variety of stores (from souvenir shops to famous boutiques), etc.