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After we receive confirmed payment, we will send you your booking voucher with instructions on where the driver will meet you for your pickup, and local emergency contact numbers in case of any issues.
You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
Every single one of our transfers is 100% carbon offset.
Changes to your booking are easy and completely free of charge.
Rome, the capital of Italy, is known for its history and its role as the seat of the Papacy. As one of the most important tourist destinations of the world, its airport transportation caters to over 15 million visitors every year. It is located at the central-western part of the Italian Peninsula, and is the most populated city in the country. The city of Rome is home to approximately 2.8 million inhabitants, most of who are of European origin. The remaining is made up of chiefly Filipinos, Bangladeshis, Peruvians, and Chinese who have settled to make this momentous city their home.
Most of what is known of Rome today is due to its famous landmarks and their architecture. Tourists who ride airport taxis will hear from their driver of destinations such as the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Sistine Chapel which are but a few of the world-renowned sites that can be found in this city alone. These celebrated landmarks are a showcase of archaeological and artistic treasures, as well as the unique traditions and cultures of this global city. Perhaps though, Rome’s best feature is that of the world’s smallest state, the Vatican. Going into the city feels like entering an open-air museum with a splendid collection paintings and sculptures from the Renaissance and the Baroque period. Above all of these, tourists come simply to enjoy the noteworthy Roman cuisine which exemplifies vast culinary habits and cooking techniques. Romans, like any other Italian, love food. The people may be known for their laid-back attitude, but they can be picky with what they eat. For tourists, they can never go wrong with a restaurant that is always packed with the locals.
Tourists come from all over the world to have their fill of this artistic and historical landmine. No visas are required for stays of less than 90 days, and that period of time is definitely enough to fulfil ones appetite. Coming into Rome, tourists can easily arrange for airport transfers to and from their hotels and the airport. There are three airports to choose from: the intercontinental Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport commonly known as Fiumicino Airport, the older Rome Ciampino Airport, or the small Roma-Urbe Airport which handles most helicopter and private flights.
The city is also known to experience traffic problems due to its location in the center of the Italian peninsula, so tourists are advised to book their airport transfers properly before coming here. Though there are buses that run every 30 minutes or so, taxis remain the only way to get to Rome past 11pm. It is useful knowledge that Rome taxis are mostly white or sometimes yellow. Some citizens dress their vehicles to look like a taxi and the negative side is that they ask for too much fare. To be safe, always be aware of the legal and proper transportation services available. Tourists who are waiting for their airport transportation can enjoy the professional facilities such as handy ATMs and the tourist information office. Shopping and dining can also be had given the duty-free shops and the many restaurants and coffee shops that are conveniently located in the passenger station.