Other trains and stations
The Leonardo Express is a quick way to get from Fiumicino Airport to Termini Station, but there are several reasons why you might want to consider taking aninto Rome:
The FL1 train stops at secondary stations in Rome, including Trastevere, Piramide/Ostiense (where you can change to the Metro's B Line), and Tuscolana (where you can change to the Metro's A line). It does not go to Termini.
If your final destination
is the cruise port in Civitavecchia, you may prefer to change trains in
Trastevere instead of going to Termini and backtracking.
Commuter trains are about 40 percent cheaper than the Leonardo Express.
4. If you've made the mistake of traveling with large, heavy luggage, you may find it easier to wrestle your bags onto a commuter train and park them in the large vestibule near the doors.
FL1 commuter trains normally depart every 15 minutes from Fiumicino Airport's railroad station (except on Sundays and holidays, when trains may run every 30 minutes, depending on current schedules.)
Look for a double-deck train on the opposite side of the platform from the Leonardo Express.)
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