GETTING TO ROME

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By Plane

The Rome airport system, consists of Rome Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci” international airport and Rome Ciampino “Giovan Battista Pastine” airport.

 

Leonardo da Vinci Airport

Leonardo da Vinci airport, known as Fiumicino airport, is located in Fiumicino, 30 km (18 miles) from Rome.
To reach the Sheraton Roma Hotel participants can:
  • take the “Leonardo Express” train which arrives at Termini railway station, in downtown Rome. It leaves every 30 minutes and takes about 30 minutes to reach Termini, without intermediate stops. Cost: 14,00 euros.

       as an alternative:take a Terravision Bus or Bus Shuttle to Termini railway station, available outside the departures          terminal. Ticket cost: 6,00 Euros (Journey time: 55 Minutes)

  • take a taxi to the Sheraton Roma Hotel

The taxi cars are white and can be recognized by the sign “TAXI” on the car top and the ID licence number on the doors inside the car. For all destinations, the price will be indicated by the taximeter (around 50 euros to the city centre, to which the baggage fee has to be added).

 


 

  • rent a car with driver at the rent car service desk in front of the airport exit, countersigned by NCC.

 


Giovan Battista Pastine Airport

Rome Giovan Battista Pastine airport, known as Ciampino Airport, is the budget airlines and charter flights airport, situated 15 km (9 miles) from Rome city centre. To reach the Sheraton Rome Hotel participants can:
  • take a bus to Termini railway station, available outside the departures terminal
  • Terravision Bus or Bus Shuttle. One-way ticket cost: 6,00 Euros (Journey time: 40 Minutes)

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  • take a taxi. Taxi service from/to Ciampino Airport is available. The service costs 40.00 Euro, baggage included.

For more information: www.adr.it

 

By Train

High speed trains connect Rome with a wide range of other European cities. Rome’s central train station “Termini” is conveniently located in the heart of the city.

By Car

Through Italy’s main motorway, the Autostrada del Sole (A1), which runs from the north to the south of the peninsula, Rome is well connected with all European cities.