Rome Airport Transfers

Rome, the capital of Italy and once the centre of the Roman Empire, is one of the founding cities of Western civilisation and has a history spanning thousands of years. It is Italy’s largest city and its historic centre is listed as a World Heritage Site. Unsurprisingly then, it is one of the most visited cities in Europe. The list of attractions worth visiting in Rome is as long as your arm and Rome can easily keep you entertained for a longer city break. Whether you are heading to the city or one of the surrounding resorts let Transfer Intelligence take you there. Fill in the form below to obtain an on-line quotation for airport taxi transfers to your holiday destination, or read on to find out more about Rome and some of the great resorts within easy access of Rome’s airports...

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Rome has two major airports: Rome’s main airport, Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (commonly known as Rome-Fiumicino airport), and the smaller Rome-Ciampino airport. Rome-Fiumicino Airport is situated about 25km southwest of the city centre. It is Italy’s largest airport and has four terminals: terminal A for domestic flights, terminal B for flights inside the Schengen territory, and terminal C and the new terminal 5 for all other international flights. Rome-Ciampino airport is situated about 15 km southeast of the city and handles mainly charter flights and budget airlines like RyanAir.

Airport taxi transfers into Rome city centre from either Rome-Fiumicino airport or Rome-Ciampino airport take around 30 minutes, making both airports very convenient for a short city break.

Colosseum by Night, Rome   St Peters Basilica, Rome

Whilst most people who fly into one of Rome’s airports are visiting the city itself, there are a number of other destinations and resorts you can reach from Rome’s airports (including the international Civitavecchia Port). Rome’s Civitavecchia Port offers ferry services to Sardinia and Corsica as well as other international destinations and is a popular stopping-off point for cruise ships. Airport taxi transfers to Rome’s Civitavecchia Port from either Rome-Fiumicino airport or Rome-Ciampino airport take less than one hour.

The nearest beach to Rome is Lido di Ostia, situated on what is known as the Roman Riviera and thus extremely popular with weekending locals and tourists looking for some sea and sand after all the architecture and ancient ruins of Rome. The harbour town has its own ancient ruins, and plenty of cafés and nightlife to keep you entertained ’til the wee hours.

Rome’s airport can also be used for holidays to Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, although taxi transfers times will be much greater than those from Naples airport. Airport taxi transfers to Sorrento or Positano on the Amalfi Coast take between 3-3.5 hours and airport taxi transfers to Naples city take around 2.5 hours.

Like many bustling cities, Rome has quite a problem with unlicensed taxicabs. Pre-booking your airport taxi transfer with Transfer Intelligence will not only save you time on arrival in Rome, but will give you peace of mind as well. All our taxi transfer vehicles and drivers are fully insured and licensed meaning the price you pay includes security. Take the stress and worry out of landing in a foreign airport by arranging our personal meet-and-greet service at the airport. Don’t worry about taxis not being available, being ‘ripped off’, not speaking the language or not having the correct currency.

When arriving in Rome for all private taxi, minibus and coach transfers your driver will be waiting holding our signboard bearing your party’s name at the exit of the arrivals hall, please be aware these can be busy areas and you may need to take a good look at all the signboards before you find your name!

We strongly recommend booking your Rome transfer early as peak dates become very busy, so take a wait off your mind and book your Rome taxi transfer today.

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