Ground Transportation to Rome
How to reach central Rome
from Ciampino by bus, Metro, shuttle, or
Airport (CIA) is the older and smaller of Rome's two commercial
airports. Since 1960, it has played second fiddle to
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport at Fiumicino.
In recent years, however, Ciampino has been redeveloped as a modern airport for
low-cost carriers such as Ryanair, easyJet, and Wizz Air, along with
charter airlines and general aviation.
ABOVE: The departures and arrivals terminal at
Rome's Ciampino Airport.
Unlike some other airports used by low-cost carriers (such
Paris Beauvais or
near Venice), Ciampino is relatively close to the city center. It offers a
number of handy ground-transportation options:
For a detailed description of each option, continue to the next
page or use the menu below.
Updated January, 2016