- Address: Italy, Rome
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Station
Fiumicino is situated in Rome, Italy.
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Thousands of tourists visit this Fiumicino every year. This Fiumicino has a lot of museums, art galleries, hotels, cafes nearby. This page for Fiumicino is your best bet to find the nearby landmarks and best things to do in Rome that you can visit along with your trip here.
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0.02% of people who visit Rome include Fiumicino in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
66.67% of people start their Fiumicino visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Fiumicino
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fiumicino
Easy airport to get around. People movers, elevators, lots of room. Love that you can grab a cart for FREE. Duty free shops and places to eat. Restrooms were clean. Close to train station. Make sure you buy your train ticket at the right stand. If you have any questions, ask one of the employees and they will help you.
This review is specifically for ADR special assistance. My husband had an accident before our return home. His ankle was gashed and severely sprained. It was obviously bandaged and he had a cane as well. We were told to go to the assistance department to request a wheelchair as the accident had happened after the cutoff deadline for requesting one online. The staff in the department looked at us like we were idiots, were very curt, and said because we didn’t request a wheelchair “the right way” we might not be able to get one. They had us sit and wait for 20 minutes, then said 15 more minutes, then said 10 more minutes and no one ever came. We finally decided to walk it instead of risking missing our flight. There were clearly wheelchairs sitting there and three people sitting behind the desk gossiping. Literally EVERY other staff person we came into contact with throughout the airport was extremely kind and considerate; helping us in any way they could. I find it ironic and disgraceful that “special assistance” which is for vulnerable people with special needs could be so disagreeable. I hope the staff present at the time we were there can be made aware of how their actions made us feel and be trained in the proper way to deal with people who have special needs.
A small train station from which you will go directly to the center of Rome, Termini station. 14 euros per person, so if you do not live close to the station it may be better to take a private ride. It is also not always clear which train to take from the two and whether to ticket or not before. But for those who love trains it's definitely fun.
I have realized that it is much cheaper and easier not to take the expensive Leonardo express that takes you to the dirty and dangerous Termini station. Instead I take a regional train til the Trastevere (clean!) station for 8 EUR where I can change to a bus, tram or taxi.
Huge airport. Friendly and helpful staff... tons of fashion and brand shops... in a short lay over you will have a lot of things to do