Rome Fiumicino Airport
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ABOVE: A departures sign in Italian.
Aeroporti di Roma: Fiumicino
ADR's English-language Web pages could be more useful (the terminal map is
inadequate), but the site does have timetables and enough shopping information
to keep you busy if you've won a lottery and are stuck at FCO.
Hilton Rome Airport
This comfortable, well-equipped hotel is connected to
the terminals, shops, restaurants,and train station at Fiumicino Airport by an
enclosed pedestrian bridge. Rates aren't cheap, but our Booking.com
link offers excellent discounts. For lower-cost hotels in the vicinity, see our
Airport Hotels page.
Italy: Rome Airport Guide (FCO)
This site's information is exhaustive,
and it includes a
of the airport.
Ron in Rome! Arriving in Rome-Fiumicimo (FCO)
An American expat and
blogger in Rome, gives illustrated advice on traveling between the airport and
In Transit: FCO Terminal 5
Elisabeth Rosenthal wrote this article for
The New York Times in 2008, when Terminal 5 (used for departing flights by
U.S. airlines and El Al) had just opened.
Rome Fiumicino Airport - Page 1
Photo copyright © Lya Cattel.
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