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RUTH,  United States United States
22 Oct 2023
It was seamless and easy to get on the train. I loved the service, clean and efficient and quick! My husband and I were traveling throughout Europe to celebrate our wedding anniversary.
Leonardo Express: From Fiumicino to Rome
Anna,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
04 Nov 2023
Really easy to use. Cross over the road outside the terminal and you are there. Scan phone at the gate and then jump on the train. Would definitely recommend over a taxi.
Leonardo Express: From Rome to Fiumicino
George,  Austria Austria
16 Oct 2023
Absolutely the best way to get from airport to Rome center. Don’t even think of taxi or other service. It is fast, clean and super easy to use and buy ticekets.
Leonardo Express: From Fiumicino to Rome

About: Leonardo Express

The Leonardo Express is the easiest way to travel from Rome Fiumicino Airport to the center of the city. Book your airport shuttle ticket in advance and make the high-speed journey from Felice Santini station (attached to the airport) to Roma Termini Station. The Leonardo Express trains leave every 15 minutes, so you'll find your way to your Rome accommodation in rapid time!

Leonardo Express
Via Marsala 5-7, 00185, Rome
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