Join the Rome City Center in just 32 min with the Leonardo Express train!
The Rome Airport shuttle Rome Leonardo Express is a train line connecting Rome Fiumicino Airport to Termini Central Station in the city center. It is the fastest way to reach the city center of Rome. You should know that Fiumicino airport is completely outside the city. There are several ways to get to Rome: bus, taxi, private transfer … The train is the fastest solution, 30 minutes of travel against 1 hour by bus or car or more.
Buy your tickets online! Save time and enjoy Rome.
It is now easy to book your tickets online. Just click below. Select the date and the number of tickets you need. You will receive your tickets within 24 hours. You can then print them or simply present them on your mobile. You can also buy your tickets on the spot at the counters (a lot of waiting), in the tobaccos or the automatic kiosks.
How to get to the train station to take the Leonardo Express?
It is very simple! After picking up your luggage, simply follow the Exit / Uscita signs and the TRENI sign. Do not be worried because the exit is quite impressive and you can quickly feel lost.It is necessary to walk a little (about 500m) to reach the station. You will take long corridors, escalators. Do not hesitate to ask your way.
Why use the Leonardo Express?
There are different options to reach the city center of Rome:
- The bus: between 40 min and 1 hour to reach Rome. This can be more because the traffic is often very dense. The price varies between 6 and 10 euros for a single trip.
- The taxi: you can benefit from a private transport with driver. Like the bus, the route varies depending on the traffic conditions. Price between 50 and 80 euros depending on the services.
In any case it must be remembered that Romans love to take their cars and it generates a very strong traffic.
“You will save time and comfort by taking the Leonardo Express, especially if you are traveling with children as I did.”
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