Getting to the hotel from Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport (FCO)When arriving by plane you can take the Leonardo Express non-stop train, departing every 15 or 30 minutes – depending on the time of day, from the airport and into the city center. The journey takes a mere 32 minutes, and all trains are equipped with dedicated seating and restrooms for passengers with reduced mobility. One-way tickets are 14€. For updated ticket prices and departure times, please see the Leonardo Express website.
When you arrive at Rome Termini Station, follow the indication along the rails for platform 25 to 27. In front of it, head down the stairs on the left, cross the street and you will arrive at the hotel.
Public transport in RomeTickets for regional trains, buses and metro lines can be purchased at newsstands, tobacconist’s and ticket machines. Ticketing is comparatively simple, as there are no complicated travel zones or peak/off peak travel periods. You can purchase both single tickets, valid for 100 minutes, as well as 24, 48 and 72-hour period tickets. Weekly tickets are also available.
Metro lines A and B go around rather than through the historic city. The Vittorio Emanuele metro station is located two blocks away, which is serviced by metro line A. Termini metro station is a 10-minute walk away, and is serviced by both metro lines A and B. Adjacent to the hotel you will find the station for bus route 70 which takes you to the historic center of the city.