Rome, Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino (FCO), Italy

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Banks, bureaux de change and ATMs are located in the terminals.


Wi-Fi internet access is provided throughout Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. Postal services are also available.


There is a wide range of food and drink outlets both before and after the security checkpoints in terminals T1, T2 and T3.


Shops at Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport include duty-free outlets (for passengers travelling outside the EU), fashion boutiques, jewellers and perfume retailers. Shops selling traditional Italian products can also be found in the airport. The majority of shops are located in terminals T1 and T3.


A left-luggage service is available in T3, International Arrivals. For items lost at the airport, contact the airport office (Aviation Services, tel: +39-06/83 39 44 44).


A first aid facility (tel: +39-06/65 95 31 33) is available 24 hours a day. A chapel, prayer room and nurseries are also located within the airport.

Conference & Business

Meeting and conference facilities are available at the on-site Hilton Rome Airport Hotel (tel: +39-06/65 258), a short distance from the terminals.

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    Disabled passenger lounges are located in all terminals. Parking spaces for those with disabilities are available the long-term car park. When booking a flight, those with disabilities are asked to specify the type of assistance required.

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    Airport code: FCO

    Number of Terminals: 4


    Information desks are located in each terminal. Additionally, information kiosks with touch-screen technology can be found in all the terminals. P.I.T. (Punto di Informazione Turistica, tel: +39-06/65 95 36 40) provides on-site tourist information.

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    Getting around

    Public Transport

    Rome’s two-line metro system is of limited use to travellers. It’s easier to get around on foot, or use the city’s extensive bus and tram system, which is operated by ATAC (tel: +39-6/57 003; Single tickets are valid for one metro ride or 75 minutes. Daily and three-day passes are better value. Tickets are purchased from vending machines and newsstands and need to be validated at the metro gate or in the machines onboard buses and trams.


    Pick up cabs at designated ranks. Taxis can be booked over the phone, and are metered as soon as you book. Try Radio Taxi (tel: +39-6/35 70) or La Capitale (tel: +39-6/49 94). Tipping isn’t necessary.


    Hotels in Rome


    Rome’s outward beauty can often mask overpriced, under-serviced hotels. While five-star beauties are thick on the

    ground, you’ll need to look harder for good-value mid-range options and book early, particularly in summer.

    Lord Byron

    Via Giuseppe de Notaris 5
    00197 Rome
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    Category: Luxurious

    An art deco beauty situated on the north side of the Borghese Park.


    Hotel Farnese

    Via Alessandro Farnese 30
    00192 Rome
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    Category: Moderate

    Boutique rooms in a neoclassical villa with rooftop views of St Peter’s dome.

    Residenza Domiziano

    Via San Nicola da Tolentino 50
    00187 Rome
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    Category: Moderate

    Sleek, stylish modern digs within walking distance of Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps.

    Domus Colosseo Hotel

    Via Marco Aurelio 37A
    00184 Rome
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    Category: Moderate

    Baroque furniture and walls dressed in yellow silk give the Romance Hotel a gilded sheen.

    Amica Roma B&B

    Via Antonio Baiamonti 2
    00195 Rome
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    Category: Budget

    This friendly B&B provides a home from home in pretty Prati.