Rome transportation: all about airports, trains, metro, buses, taxi, bikes.

Rome has two main airports, both located south of the city.

Fiumicino is the larger one, and the main airport for national and international flights. 30 km from Rome's central train station (∼40 minutes driving), it's connected with trains ("Leonardo Express"), shuttle bus, taxi.

Ciampino is Rome's smaller airport, focuses more on short-distance flights, within Italy and Europe, especially with low cost airlines. 15 km from Rome's central train station, ∼35 minuts driving, it's connected with shuttle bus, taxi.

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