Terravision is an Italian transport services operator offering connections from the Ciampino Airport to Rome, and vice versa. ROUTE At Ciampino, the Terravision bus stop is located opposite to International Departures. A trip from Ciampino Airport to the city center of Rome takes about 40 minutes. In Rome, the bus stops in Via Marsala, near the Roma Termini train station. The departure to the airport is on the other side of the station, in Via Giovanni Giolitti. TIMETABLE Every day, Terravision has 27 departures from the Ciampino Airport to Rome, from 8.05 am to 0.05 am. From Rome to the Ciampino Airport, there are also 27 departures between 4.30 in the morning and 9.20 in the evening. FARES A ticket from Ciampino to Rome costs 5.00€ and a ticket from the city to the airport costs 5.80€. A roundtrip costs 9.00€.
Terravision is an Italian coach services operator offering connections from the Fiumicino Airport to the city center of Rome, and vice versa. ROUTE At Fiumicino, the Terravision buses stop at the BUS hub adjacent to the Terminal 3. A trip from Fiumicino Airport to Rome takes about 50 minutes. In Rome, the bus stops in Via Marsala, near the Roma Termini train station. The departure to the airport is made on the other side of the train station, in Via Giovanni Giolitti. TIMETABLE Every day, Terravision has 25 departures from the Fiumicino Airport to Rome, starting with 5.30 am. The last departure is at 10.55 pm. From Rome to the Fiumicino Airport, there are 24 departures between 4.40 in the morning and 9.50 in the evening. FARES A ticket from Fiumicino Airport to Rome costs 5.80€ and from the city to the airport costs the same. A roundtrip costs 9.00€.
G. B. Pastine International Airport, also known as the Ciampino Airport, is the second largest airport of Rome, after Fiumicino. The airport is located on the outskirts of the Eternal City, about 12 kilometers of the historical center of Rome. SHORT HISTORY The Ciampino Airport was inaugurated in 1916, as a military base for airships, and was operated exclusively by the Army until the 1930s, when it was opened to civilian traffic. During World War II, the airport was captured by Allied forces in June 1944, and it became a United States Army Air Forces military airfield. Until 1961, when the Fiumicino Airport was inaugurated, Ciampino was Rome’s principal gateway. HOW TO GET THERE From Rome, you can reach the Ciampino Airport by bus, with one of the buses run by the Terravision company, in about 40 minutes. A ticket from Rome Termini train station to Ciampino costs 5.80€, and a ticket from the airport to Rome costs 5.00€. A round trip is 9.00€.
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, known also as the Fiumicino Airport, is the most important airport of Rome, and the most transited airport in Italy, by passenger traffic. The airport is located about 35 kilometers west of Rome, in Fiumicino. The Fiumicino Airport has 3 terminals and the same number of runways, but a fourth runway should be operational by 2020. The airport serves as the main hub for Alitalia, the largest Italian airline. SHORT HISTORY The Fiumicino Airport was officially opened in 1961, with two runways, replacing the smaller Ciampino Airport, which remained in service for low-cost airlines and for domestic and charter operations. During the 1960s, Alitalia invested heavily in the new airport, building hangars and maintenance centres. A third runway was built during the same decade. HOW TO GET THERE From Rome, you can reach the Fiumicino Airport by bus, with one of the buses run by the Terravision company. A trip takes about 50 minutes, a ticket costs 5.80€ and a round trip is 9.00€. You can also get to the airport by train, with Leonardo Express, a non-stop service of Trenitalia making the connection to Rome Termini railway station, leaving every 15 minutes. Read more [...]
City Sightseeing Rome offers Hop On Hop Off bus tours in Rome, allowing complete freedom of movement and providing an audio guide in 8 languages containing curiosities about the beauties encountered along the way. With the open double-decker red buses, you’ll have the possibility of visiting comfortably all the main sites of the Eternal City, from the Roman Forum to the Colosseum, Piazza del Popolo, Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna, Castel Sant’Angelo, Circo Massimo and many others. TIMETABLE The service operates daily, all year round. The first departure is at 9.00 am and the last departure is at 7.00 pm, between June and September, and at 5.00 pm, from October to May. The frequency of the buses is between 10 and 20 minutes. FARES You can choose among tickets valid for 1 day (23€), 24 hours (28€), 48 hours (31€) and 72 hours (35€). The 1 day ticket is considered valid from the first to the last departure of the day. If you buy the ticket online, you don’t have to print it. The ticket is 100% mobile, and it will be activated from the moment it gets scanned for the first time.