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Public transport in Rome consists of 3 metro lines, over 350 bus lines and 192 tram stops. Most of Rome’s attractions can be accessed by public transport either bus, tram or metro. Rome’s road traffic problem is mainly due to the streets pattern and the number of vehicles on the road. Driving through the ring-road or Rome’s city centre is inevitable. Rome’s metro system helps, but it does not solve the problem.
Every day, around 400,000 people travel via Rome Termini, Rome’s main train station. It has limited operating hours, however, some night trains also operate. Tiburtina is the second train station in Rome which handles domestic trains connecting Rome to Bologna, Venice, Florence and Naples. The station also serves as the main bus terminal providing bus connections.
The Port of Civitavecchia is 90 km from Rome city centre. Most of the cruise ships dock for the day, allowing passengers to explore Rome. We organise transfers from Civitavecchia to Rome with English speaking drivers. Sightseeing tours with or without a tour guide and private hire of a car are also available.
Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is around 35 km away from Rome city centre and the airport transfer time is about 40 minutes. Over 40 million passengers per year travel on national, international and intercontinental flights via Rome Fiumicino.
For train connections from Rome Fiumicino Airport to Rome city centre, a direct express train service operates from and to Rome Termini Station. Operators Bus Shuttle and Terravision offer direct airport transfers every 30 minutes to Rome city centre.
Ciampino Airport (CIA) serves domestic and European flights operated by low-cost airlines. There are no trains connecting Rome to Ciampino airport, however, there are buses to Ciampino train station from where you can take the train to the city.
Catching a taxi is the most convenient way to get around Rome. The official taxi in Rome is white, with a sign on the roof. There is another type of taxi service in Rome called NCC (Noleggio con conducente) or Car rental with a driver. This is a private airport taxi service, usually with luxury unmarked vehicles.
We use NCC services for airport transfers in Rome. Booking a private airport taxi from Fiumicino Airport to Rome or from Ciampino Airport to Rome is the most convenient option and for groups over 4 passengers, it can cost less than the bus fare. We provide minibus and private bus transfers for up to 54 passengers.
In Italy we offer airport taxi transfers from the following cities: Alghero, Ancona, Bari, Bergamo, Bologna, Bolzano, Brescia, Cagliari, Capri, Florence, Forli, Genoa, Ischia, Lamezia Terme, Milan, Naples, Olbia, Palermo, Pescara, Pisa, Rimini, Rome,Trapani, Treviso, Trieste, Turin, Venice and Verona.
Rome private tailor made tours, excursions and guided tours of Rome are available from Airports Taxi Transfers.
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