Rome Fiumicino Airport
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ABOVE: A departures sign in Italian.
Fiumicino Airport Web links
Aeroporti di Roma: Fiumicino
ADR's English-language Web pages can be confusing at first glance, 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. It's by far the most convenient hotel for catching
an early-morning flight from FCO. Although the hotel isn't cheap, our Booking.com link offers
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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.
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