Taking the train to Fiumicino station — the train station located at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport — will spare you the time and stress of navigating Rome’s busy streets in a taxi. It takes just 32 minutes by non-stop train to travel from Rome’s central Termini station to Fiumicino. The Leonardo Express train leaves Termini every 15 minutes to cover the 20 miles to Fiumicino.
Rome-Termini to Rome-Fiumicino train times
Trains leave Rome Termini station every 15 minutes for Rome Fiumicino Airport — averaging 63 trains per day. The earliest train leaves Roma Termini station at 5:20 a.m. The last train to Fiumicino leaves Termini at 11:35 p.m.
If you buy your ticket online, keep a printout of your purchase to show on the train.
However, if you buy your ticket at a kiosk or ticket desk, you must validate your ticket at one of the machines on the train platform before you board! These ticket machines are small and easy to miss. If you don’t find one, ask a station employee or local to point it out to you.
Amenities on the Leonardo Express train to Fiumicino
All Leonardo Express trains are equipped with air conditioning and electrical outlets at your seat to charge devices. Take note that there is no wi-fi available on these trains. Food and coffee are not served during this 32-minute trip. All trains on this route are wheelchair accessible. At the end of each car you’ll find a restroom and plenty of racks to store large luggage.
Termini is Rome’s large, international train station and the main transportation hub for public transportation in Rome. Located in the center of the city, Roma Termini provides daily service to all major Italian cities as well as many major European cities. From Termini you can also catch the Leonardo Express train to Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino airport.
Rome-Fiumicino Airport is the train station located in Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino — Rome’s international airport. From here you can take the Leonardo Express train to Rome’s central station, Roma Termini. You can also catch regional trains from Fiumicino to destinations north of Rome, as well as commuter trains that stop at Rome’s other train stations.