Leonardo da Vinci International Airport and Ciampino Airport 

Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the main airport, which is about 30 km from Rome. The city has a second airport at Ciampino, which receives domestic and a few international flights. It is about 15 km away. You can easily get a bus from both these airports; the bus service in Rome is cheaper and more conveniently accessible. The Leonardo Express train will take you from the airport to the city.

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Airport Hours

  • Both, Leonardo da Vinci International Airport and Ciampino Airport, offer round-the-clock arrivals and departures.
  • In partnership with Turkish Airlines, IndiGo flights to Rome and other European destinations fly regularly from cities across India.

Terminal Information

Leonardo da Vinci Airport has five terminal buildings that handle international and domestic flights. They are terminals A, AA, B, C, and 5. This airport is the largest in Italy and manages several airlines per day. Leonardo da Vinci Airport is easily accessible by bus and train from the city centre.

Ciampino Airport, on the other hand, has only one terminal. Shuttle buses are available to go from the plane to the arrivals area. Ciampino Airport only serves domestic destinations, with a few international routes and chartered flights, since the opening of Leonardo da Vinci Airport.


Airport Facilities

VIP lounges
Fast track to skip the queue
Meeting rooms
Smoking rooms
Restaurants and bars

Things to do

While waiting to board your flight, these are some of the things you can do at the airport.

  • Explore the state-of-the-art shopping gallery
  • Visit Tax Free Mall at the international boarding area E, for shopping and dining
  • Shop at Aelia Duty Free for perfumes, cosmetics, wines, etc. You can also buy online and collect them from the shop later
  • Go to Eataly and explore the culinary options

Visa and Immigration

You will require a visa to travel to Rome, Italy, from India. Since Italy is a member of the European Union (EU), you will require a Schengen visa. Make sure that your passport is valid for a minimum of three months and that you have sufficient funds to cover the cost of your trip.

Tourists are permitted to stay for up to 90 days from the date of entry, which is a short stay. If your stay exceeds 90 days, you will need to apply for a long-stay visa. Multiple-entry visas for Italy are also available for those who travel regularly to the EU.

To ensure a hassle-free and seamless travel, here is a detailed information about the Italy visa - www.goindigo.in/information/visa-information/italy-it-visa.html


Hotels near Rome Airports

There are several hotels near each airport in Rome. You can check-in at one of these:

Hotels near Leonardo da Vinci Airport

  • Hilton Rome Airport
  • HelloSky
  • Hilton Garden Inn  

Hotels near Ciampino Airport

  • Hotel Villa Giulia
  • Plaza Rooms Ciampino
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