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Forum Posts

Train station to Bari.

by jimwebster

What is the best way to get from the Rome international airport to the necessary train station where I could book a ticket to Bari. And what is the exact name of the train station.

I have the URL's for train info, but could not find maps or information that was specific enough to give me (and probably only me) sound answers to my questions. Thanks!

Re: Train station to Bari.

by mccalpin

1. Which international airport? Rome has two. (I am going to assume you mean Fiumicino for the rest of this answer).

2. All direct solutions going to Bari go from Roma Termini (the main station).

3. So, you will take the Leonardo Express from the airport (Fiumicino, that is) to Termini, then take a direct train to Bari (not non-stop, but no change of train).

4. You can see these solutions yourself by going to www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html and entering "Fiumicino Aeroporto" as the starting point and "Bari" as the destination.

All clear?

P.S. if you are coming to Fiumicino at a reasonable hour, I believe that they can sell you a ticket all the way to Bari while you are still at the airport train station.

Bill

Re: Train station to Bari.

by jimwebster

I have found answers to my own questions.

Rome Termini is the name of the main train station.

The Leonardo Express is a train service that runs directly to and from Rome's Fiumicino International Airport at 30 minute intervals from 5:52am to 10:52pm. Follow the signs from the main Arrivals area. The cost is 8.80 Euros.

The best URL's were of course ones not directly associated with the airport.

http://www.travel-library.com/airports/europe/italy/rome/rome_fiumicino_airport.html

http://www.airwise.com/airports/europe/FCO/

http://goeurope.about.com/od/rome/qt/rome_transport.htm

Re: Train station to Bari.

by jimwebster

Thanks Bill! You must have posting your reply while I was posting mine. Thank you for the additional information and confirming what I had found out!

Re: Train station to Bari.

by mccalpin

Unfortunately, Jim, those websites don't get updated on a regular basis - the one way fare on the Leonardo Express hasn't been 8.80 euro for some years - it's currently 11 euro, and it was 9.50 euro before that.

The statement "The Leonardo Express is a train service that runs directly to and from Rome's Fiumicino International Airport at 30 minute intervals from 5:52am to 10:52pm" is only partially correct - the service runs from 05:52 to 22:52 from Termini to the airport, but from the airport to Termini, it runs from 06:36 to 23:36.

www.adr.it is the website for both of Rome's airports, and you would find this information there (and it's correct - I just checked).

However, I do commend you for doing your own research...this just goes to show you that content found on the Internet must be taken with a grain of salt...using VT to confirm stuff is a great idea(!)...and do practice using the trenitalia website - it will give you all the times and trains needed...

Bill

Re: Train station to Bari.

by craic

bill has given you the good oil - as per usual

i have done the trip by eurostar to Lecce (few stations beyond Bari) from Rome and had no problems - really nice trip

Travel Tips for Rome

Riverside Walk - Low Tide Only

by mrclay2000

Since the Tiber is given to occasional flooding, the river embankments were put into place in the 1890s. Obviously when the water is high, there is no walking on the platforms, but when the water is low, you can walk nearly alongside the green Tiber. While the water itself hardly charms the eye in its polluted state, or would if it were clear be as romantic as the riverside walks in Paris, these embankments give you a different perspective of Rome.

Geronimo's: the Easy riders' paradise!

by AlexDJ

This is a very special place where you can have dinner, drinks and listen to some good live music. It is located just few km out of Rome and it's not easy to find if you don't really know how to get there, but it attracts a lot of people everyday! Its peculiarity is that a lot of motorbikers have chosen this spot as their favourite meeting point , so you'll see several models of Harley, Triumph or similar kinds of motorbikes.
This large, wood-furnished pub offers a vast choice of beers and simple Italian dishes as well as daily live music.
Everything's beautiful, and I would add a special mention to the nice girls serving at the bar!!!
The pub is in Via Appia Nuova, Km19, near the "Palaghiaccio" (the ice skating rink of Marino, Rome)

The Rome train station from Da Vinci airport.

by Lornabug

O.K., I'm not going to go check up on the details of this one, but I just wanted to put this here. If you're flying in to Da Vinci airport in Rome and take the train to the city, or maybe just if you're staying in Trastevere, you'll probably be told to get off at the stop we did.

Let me just say that we thought we were starting either one of those "I got lost in exasperating Italy only to find my soul's culture" movies, or maybe a B-grade Italian Trainspotting, or at least a very expensive taxi ride to where we should be going. Lo and behold, we were where we were supposed to be! I know, I asked the ticket lady at the station.

If you're coming from a modern town, even though Rome is, well, ROME!, don't expect any sign of it when your train stop comes up and you try to find a cab. The first taxi driver didn't even want to take us and passed us off onto another, slightly less unwilling driver. Anyway, it doesn't matter how you get there. Just get there if you can.

Pasta and seafood delight

by Tijavi about Ristorante da Ottavio

Located on the main tourist drag along Via Rinascimento near Piazza Navona, the restaurant at first glance seems like a tourist trap. It may be, but I was happy with what I ordered - fettuccini with lobster and baked sea bass. The "lobster" in the pasta turned out to be a half lobster, fresh (I saw the cook remove the live lobster from a tank), succulent, sweetish with a touch of spiciness. The sea bass, was average, but fresh, the delicate meat well-seasoned, but not overpowering. For dessert, the chocolate mousse was heavenly. All in all, a lovely meal.

Campo dei Fiori

by jel118981

the name literally means "field of flowers", but this colourful market it's in the middle of downtown Rome, in Piazza Campo dei fiori. It's one of the oldest markets in Rome where romans go to buy food and flowers, is also a popular destination at night for locals and foreigners alike.

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