How to get to Rome? Well, the old phrase says it: “All roads lead to Rome”. Nothing more true, by air, sea or land it is possible to reach Rome. This city is perfectly connected to the world.
Arrive in plane It is the most common. You can go to Fiumicino Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, 30 kilometers from the city. Or at Ciampino airport, 15 kilometers southwest of Rome. From both there are bus and train services to the center.
We can arrive in train to Termini station. From Spain, France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Croatia, Slovenia and Hungary, with the services of Eurocity and the Euronight. From anywhere in Italy, with the high-speed Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, or Eurostar, Intercity and Notte services.
And in bus, from very varied destinations. The only drawback: travel times. We leave you a website where you can get your ticket, www.eurolines.es.
The roads They are excellent, going by car is a good option. Many highways are paid and gas station hours are reduced on weekends.
Another option is to arrive by seaat port of Civitavecchia, in boat or ferry from Spain, or any Mediterranean country. Then you have to continue 80 more kilometers to the city.