As the largest airport in Italy Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport serves over 35 million passengers per year, and is one of the three major airports accessing the city of Rome. The airport is well served by the 6-lane motorway A91 Roma-Fiumicino. Located in Fiumicino, about 35 km from Rome's historic city centre by car hire from Rome Fiumicino Airport.
Leonardo Da Vinci Airport has all the facilities you might need once you arrive in Italy. It houses 3 passenger stations and offers a great variety of services, such as convention facilities, conference rooms, banks, coffee shops, restaurants and shops selling both local and Italian products and international goods.
If you are flying from Leonardo Da Vinci Airport to another location in Italy, your domestic flight will depart from passenger station Terminal A, while Terminal B services both domestic and international flights (mostly European), and all transatlantic flights are serviced through Terminal C. Through this area you will find various coffee shops and places to grab a quick bite or sit down for a meal, over 130 stores selling gifts and souvenirs to pass the time, and much more.
Getting around the city of Rome can be tough. The radial roads from the old centre make it hard to get from one radial street to another. Rome's metro system is notably undersized for its area and population, as compared with other major European cities. Additionally, although driving congestion can be a nightmare at times you may find it easiest to get around by a Rome Fiumicino rental car, as Rome has only 21 taxis for every 10,000 inhabitants.