Rome-Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO) transfers
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Via dell' Aeroporto di Fiumicino, Fiumicino 54 Italy
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Pickup at Rome Airport (FCO)
Open your app to request a ride
When you’re ready, open the Uber app to request a ride to your destination. Choose the FCO airport transportation option that suits your group size and luggage needs.
Follow directions in the app
You’ll get directions about Rome Airport pickup points directly in the app. Pickup locations may vary by terminal. Rideshare pickup signs might also be available at Rome-Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport.
Meet your driver
Go to your assigned FCO pickup location as specified by the app. Please note: this location may not always be at your nearest exit. Your driver’s name, license plate, and car color will show in the app. Verify your ride before you get in. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Rome Airport tips
Rome Airport wifi
Free wifi is available for all passengers throughout Rome Airport. To log on to the service: - Select the Airport free wifi network - Open the portal page - Choose Fast Free WiFi
Rome Airport currency exchange
Currency exchange services at Rome Airport are indicated on the maps in the terminals. There are also ATMs throughout the airport that dispense euros.
Rome Airport parking
Rome Airport has several parking options, including long-stay, short-stay, a kiss-and-go area, and hourly parking, which is located directly outside the terminals. There is a dedicated motorcycle car park, as well as reserved disabled parking spaces.
Top questions from riders
- Can I request an Uber trip from Rome Airport?
Uber at Rome-Fiumicino is available, so you can enjoy a convenient and comfortable trip to wherever you need to go.
- Where is the Rome Airport pickup location?
Uber pickup locations at airports are subject to change, so to find your pickup location, always check the Uber app after you request a ride.
- How much are Uber prices in Rome for FCO Airport?
Uber rates to and from Rome Airport may be affected by time, traffic, and other factors. Check the Uber price estimator in the Uber app for approximate trip prices.
- How long will it take to get a pickup through Uber?
When you go to request a ride, the app will provide an estimate of how long it will take for your driver to arrive at the pickup location.
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Rome Airport visitor information
Rome-Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport opened in 1961 to welcome passengers traveling to the booming Italian capital of Rome. It’s one of 2 airports in the city and is known as the main hub airport, helping to handle nearly 50 million passengers each year across 2 busy runways. The airport lies on the Italian coast 30 kilometers (18 miles) to the west of Rome city center, making it a 30-minute Uber trip away in ideal driving conditions.
Rome Airport terminals
Rome Airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Terminal 1 deals with international flights, and Terminal 3 handles both international and domestic. The following information will help you plan your journey.
Rome Airport Terminal 1
- Air Corsica
- Air Europa
- Air France
- Air Italy
- Air Malta
- Brussels Airlines
- Mistral Air
- Tap Air Portugal
Rome Airport Terminal 3
- Aer Lingus
- Aerolíneas Argentinas
- Air Algérie
- Air Arabia Maroc
- Air Canada
- Air China
- Air India
- Air Moldova
- Air Serbia
- Air Transat
- Blue Air
- Blue Panorama
- Cathay Pacific
- China Eastern
- China Southern
- El Al
- Norwegian Air Shuttle
- Nouvelair Tunisie
- Royal Air Maroc
- Royal Jordanian
- Siberia S7
- Ukraine International
Rome Airport restaurants
Whether you’re looking for a relaxed breakfast, a quick lunch, or a gourmet dinner, Rome Airport has plenty to offer. For those in a hurry, there are quick snacks, fast food, sandwiches, takeaway hot beverages, confectionary, and cakes. If you have a little more time, a selection of restaurants offer sit-down meals and international and traditional Italian cuisine. Many needs and tastes are catered for, including vegetarian and gluten-free.
Rome Airport shops
As you’d expect from a city steeped in fashion and style, Rome Airport duty-free has a great selection of shops with a particular emphasis on luxury fashion brands, including Bulgari, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Fendi, Gucci, Hermès, and Versace. As well as clothes and fashion accessories, you can also pick up perfumes, aftershave, cosmetics, wines and spirits, and chocolate. Shoppers looking for souvenirs will find plenty of choices, including some fine Italian food specialties.
Rome Airport lounge options
For travelers who want to escape the busy airport and work or relax in a peaceful environment, 3 lounges are available, one of which is open only to business class and frequent-flier passengers. The other 2 are open to all passengers for a small fee. Travelers can rest and enjoy hot and cold food and drink, comfortable chairs, and wifi. Meeting rooms are also available for business travelers.
Services at FCO
Rome Airport offers a wide range of services designed to make sure passengers enjoy a smooth journey. Fax machines and photocopiers are located at all information points, and free luggage trolleys are available to help with heavy baggage. The airport also offers services for passengers with reduced mobility, provided at no extra cost to the passenger. These services need to be booked at least 48 hours before flight time.
Rome Airport hotels
A number of hotels are within easy reach of FCO Airport, with options to suit most budgets. One on-site hotel is connected to the terminal buildings by a covered overpass with a moving walkway. More hotels are located on the coastline just to the west of the airport and along the main A91 route leading toward Rome. If you aren’t in a rush to catch your flight, Rome city center has a wide range of accommodation options, allowing you to spend a little more time enjoy the surroundings.
Points of interest near Rome Airport
Dotted with ancient ruins, art galleries, and markets, Rome has many things to see and do. The Italian capital’s highlights include these:
- The Colosseum
- The Pantheon
- The Roman Forum
- St. Peter’s Basilica
- The Vatican
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