Travel Arrangements

Participants must make and pay for their own travel arrangements for both outward and return journeys. Local Transport will not be provided from/to the Rome airports.

Fiumicino “Leonardo Da Vinci “Airport 
is located 26 km (15 miles) southwest of   Rome, Partecipants can get to Rome Centre by:·
  • Train “Leonardo Express” to Termini Station departures, every 30 mins from 6.23 a.m. to 11.23 p.m (€14)·
  • Train FR1 to Tiburtina Station every 20 mins (€8)·
  • Taxis for Rome are found at exits of both the domestic and international arrival terminals. Fixed fares are set for journeys to/from Fiumicino airport to Rome city centre (within the Aurelian Walls) and vice versa:  € 48 – Journey time: 45 min.·
  • Bus service is available, for more information click here
  • Car Rental with driver is available for more information click here. 
Ciampino “G.Pastine” Airport 
is  located 20 km (12 miles) southeast of the city, where most  charter and low cost flights land. Partecipants can get to rome Centre by:·
  • “Terra Vision” SHUTTLE to Termini Station,  departures every 20-30 min. (€5), for more information click here
  • Taxis for Rome stop in the small square in front of the airport itself. Fixed fares are set for journeys to/from Ciampino airport to Rome city centre (within the Aurelian Walls) and vice versa: € 30 – Journey time: 25 min.·
  • Bus service is available, for more information click here
  • Car Rental with driver is available for more information click here.
Railway Stations
Rome is in the heart of the European Rail Network and the key hub of the national network:
  • Termini station is the point of arrival and departure for almost all trains from Italy and abroad. The majority of public buses leaves from Termini to the different areas of the city and the two existing underground lines have their changing terminal there.
  • Tiburtina station is second largest  station in Rome. Located in the north-eastern part of the city, it is connected to the Rome Metro line B.
 We strongly advise you to only take the white official taxis or car rental with drivers

Useful information

Currency – The currency unit is the euro.
Time – Rome is Central European Standard Time (GMT plus 1).
Rome Forecast Weather
Electricity – Electrical service conforms to the European standard of 220V to 230V, with a frequency of 50Hz. Wall outlets typically accommodate plugs with two or three round pins.  The following plugs are used:

 

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