Rome's second airport, Ciampino, is closed at night (unlike its bigger counterpartFiumicino
) between the hours of midnight and 4am. The first planes into the airport tend to arrive around 6.
If you were planning on crashing in the airport for a night on a bench before an early flight, you're out of luck.
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Rome’s public transportation system is comprehensive and usually pretty convenient. There are, though, a few things you should be aware of when getting around the city. Here we tell you how to avoid some of the problems.
There are two major airports that serve Rome: Fiumicino and Ciampino
. If your tour company or hotel isn't sending a driver for you, here are the options to get you from Fimuicino to your hotel.
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Getting to the city from Fiumicino Airport
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There’s a lot of public transport in Rome and it can be confusing. We show you how to get around the city cheaply.
Night transport to and from Fiumicino is limited. We explore your options.
The many pros and few cons of the RomaPass – we’ve got all the answers here to Rome’s discount vacation ticket.
What to look out for, and seven tips on how to avoid being a victim.
Rome is not the safest place to cycle. However there are places where used bikes can be bought and the city can be enjoyed at a slower pace.
We explain why renting a car in Rome will not enhance your vacation – and why a rental car could become an expensive liability.
Rome’s subway system is fast, inexpensive, and reasonably reliable. It’s also pretty limited, with only two lines in a big X shape, that cross at Termini station in central Rome.
When you're in the station, to make sure you’re going the right way, remember: BINA. Battistini and ReBBiBia are the northernmost stations, and LaurentINA and AnangINA … Continue Reading ››