You can visit the following webpage:
http://www.romaturismo.it/v2/romatiaccoglie/en/aereo.html (link mancante)
From Fiumicino airport you can reach the city centre by local train with departures every 15-30 minutes (destination “Orte”) and stops in various stations of the city. The cost of a ticket is about € 8,00. Trains take about 45 minutes to reach Tiburtina Railway Station.
At Fiumicino there is also a non-stop train, called “Leonardo Express”, to Termini Railway Station, the central station of Rome (cost: €11 ), it leaves every 30 minutes and it takes 30 minutes. For more information about airports of Rome: http://www.adr.it
A taxi ride from Fiumicino Airport to our office in via Ostiense costs about € 35,00/50,00.
Ciampino airport “G.B. Pastine” (CIA) is a smaller airport dealing mainly with charter flights and budget airlines. Reaching the airport: www.cotralspa.it and www.sitbusshuttle.it.
The best connection from Ciampino Airport to the city centre is a bus or a taxi from the airport to Ciampino railway station (a short ride): this is the place where you can get the train line FM4 “CIAMPINO – ROMA TERMINI”. There is one every 20 minutes. From Termini follow the directions below.
From the airports to the city centre http://www.romaturismo.it/v2/romatiaccoglie/en/aereo.html (link mancante)
How to reach our Master’s Office
Our Master’s Office is near Metro B San Paolo. From Termini Railway Station take Underground (Metro) Line B, direction “Laurentina”, get off at San Paolo; exit on via Ostiense, turn left and walk to Via Silvio D’Amico 77 (on the left, approximately 400 m). Our Office is located on the 5th floor room 33.
The ticket costs € 1.50 and can be purchased at newspaper stands or from the ticket vending machines at Metro stations. If you are carrying heavy luggage it is a good idea to leave it at the Termini “Deposito Bagagli” (left luggage) located on the underground floor and accessible by means of the tapis-roulant, or from via Giolitti or also platform 24. Fares: € 3.80 for the first 5 hours; € 0.60/hour for additional time (from the 6th to the 12th hour); € 0,20/hour for any additional time.
If you are really in a hurry and you absolutely want to get out from the Station you could even take a taxi: but remember that in Roma taxi rides could be more expensive than in other European countries. Always try to avoid using taxies between 7.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. and between 4.00 p.m. and 6.30 p.m: the traffic jam, from and to Rome, could make you arrive later than the train and make you pay much more!