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Fiumicino Airport Trains

Fiumicino airport has a train station located directly opposite terminal 1 and it is within easy reach of all the terminals. The station offers a fast and efficient service with direct links to the central station in Rome, as well as trains that can connect you to Florence, Bologna, Padua and Venice.

Trenitalia, the primary train operator in Italy, operate all the trains at this station. There are three types of connections offered:

  • Leonardo Express - the most convenient train to the city, with a non-stop service to and from Rome Termini station.
  • Regional FL1 trains - a frequent service that can connect you to Roma Tiburtina, Fara Sabina, Poggio Mirteto and Orte stations.
  • Frecciargento - a high-speed train service that can connect you to major cities.

Leonardo Express

Leonardo Express is a first class and non-stop service that can take you to and from Termini station in central Rome. The station is approximately 2 kilometres from the Coliseum and 2.2 kilometres from the Trevi Fountain, so it is possibly the best station for passengers who are on a vacation in Rome. Termini is also a major hub for public transport, with the major bus station located at Piazza dei Cinquecento. The bus station is 100 meters from the train station and you will find the Termini metro station, which has two Metro lines (A and B), just a minute' walk away too.

The express train takes 32 minutes each way, with trains departing the airport every 15 minutes at peak hours and 30 minutes at non-peak hours. This service runs between 06:23 and 23:23 daily for departures from the airport, and 05:35 to 20:35 from departures from Termini station. This service is guaranteed to run every day, even in the event of a strike.


  • A one-way ticket is €14.00 per person
  • Children under 4 years of age are free
  • One child between the age 4 and 12 is free with every adult ticket
  • There are no extra charges for luggage


  • If you need to get to Termini and want to save money, you can combine the FL1 train and the Metro system and arrive at Termini for €9.50. Read the next section to see how.
  • If you need to take the Metro to your destination, it is cheaper to take the FL1 train to Tiburtina or Ostiense station and connect to the metro. Taking the Leonardo Express and connect to the Metro at Termini works out to be more expensive.

Tickets can be purchased online at or bought at the ticket desks or automatic machines in the station. The price is no cheaper for online bookings, so it is recommended you purchase a ticket when you arrive at the station.

Regional Trains - FL1 Line (formerly FR1)

The FL1 line is a regional railway line that is part of Lazio's regional railway network and is operated by Trenitalia. Regional lines are normally referred to as 'Regionale', so you may not see FL1 when you purchase a ticket.

A train on this line will take you from Fiumicino airport to Orte in the province of Viterbo, but it stops at Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana, and Tiburtina stations in Rome. These stops are to the south or east of the city, ranging between 4 and 6 kilometres from central Rome. This is usually the best train if you are going to Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Navona or the Pantheon area, and it is also the cheapest train to take is you want to connect to the Metro.

This train departs the airport every 15 at peak times and every 30 minutes at any other time between 05:58 and 22:28 Monday to Saturday. On Sundays and bank holidays it operates between 06:00 and 23:00 at intervals of 30 minutes.


  • A one-way ticket costs €8.00 to any station in Rome and €11.00 to go to Orte
  • Children under 4 years of age are free
  • One child between the age 4 and 12 is free with every adult ticket
  • There are no extra charges for luggage


  • If you want to get to the Termini station, take the regional train to Tiburtina or Ostiense station, and then take the Metro on line B to the Termini Metro stop. The total fare will be €9.50 (€8.00 for the region train and €1.50 for the Metro). It will be little less convenient and take longer; nonetheless, it is cheaper than taking the Leonardo Express.

Tickets can be purchased online at or bought at the station.


Frecciargento, which translates to 'silver arrow', is a high-speed train operated by Trenitalia and can reach speeds up to 250 km/h (160 mph). The train uses a mix of high-speed lines and region line, so on the regional line speed is be much lower.

The Frecciargento trains at Fiumicino airport can connect you with Venice, with two trains departing and two arriving every day. The trains depart the station at 11.08 and 15:08 and arrive at the station at 09:52 and 13:52.

The route taken is as follows:

  • Fiumicino Airport
  • Rome Termini
  • Rome Tiburtina
  • Florence S.M.N.
  • Bologna Centrale
  • Rovigo
  • Padova
  • Venice Mestre
  • Venice S.Lucia


  • €19.00 to any Rome station, €79.90 to get to Venice
  • Children cost €40.00 each to get to Venice


  • If you are only going to Rome Termini or Rome Tiburtina stations then it's not recommended to use the Frecciargento. It still takes the same time to reach these stations as the Frecciargento runs on the regional line to Rome, but the cost will be €19.00 compared to €14.00 on the Leonardo Express to Rome Termini and €8.00 on the regional train to Rome Tiburtina.

Ticket Information

In Italy, you must validate your ticket before you board a train. You validate a ticket by getting it stamped in a yellow validation machine that you will find on the platform. This stamp will print a time and the ticket is then valid for 90 minutes, so you must board a train within this time. If you fail to validate a ticket the conductor could fine you.