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Leonardo Express: High Speed Train from Fiumicino Airport to Rome City Center

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Leonardo Express: High Speed Train from Rome City Center to Fiumicino Airport

  • Duration: 32mins
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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!

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Via Marsala 5-7, 00185, Rome
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