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Trasnfer between Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport

by snow_flakes

What is the best and cheapest way to transfer between Fiumicino and Ciampino? I am arriving from Toronto and have a 4 hour window between transfer, is there any suggestion how I can make use of this time instead of waiting in the terminal?

Re: Trasnfer between Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport

by bekerovka

You can get train from Fiumicino to Termini Station(+/-35 m), then to Ciampino options are here: http://www.adr.it/portal/portal/adr/Ciampino/GB_Pastine and here: http://www.rometoolkit.com/airport/ciampino_airport_train.htm
In stazione Termini there is a Terravision shuttle too.
Trains fiumicino-Termini station here: http://www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=ad1ce14114bc9110VgnVCM10000080a3e90aRCRD
Hope this helps
Ciao, Marco

Re: Trasnfer between Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport

by Maryimelda

If I read you correctly and you have four hours between landing at Fiumicino and departing Ciampino, then by the time you negotiate the luggage retrieval at Fiumicino, get the Leonardo express into Termini and then transfer to one of the methods the last poster has suggested to get to Ciampino in time to check in for your next flight, I think you will find that most of your four hours will be well and truly accounted for. I wouldn't be stopping off anywhere along the way if I were you, as there are all sorts of unexpected things which could happen to delay you, (traffic jams, long queues for example). I'm sure you don't want to chance missing your next flight. Enjoy your trip.

Re: Trasnfer between Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport

by snow_flakes

Thanks for the information. It may take sometime transferring but looks manageable

Re: Trasnfer between Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport

by snow_flakes

Yeah - it's better to just aim for the airport after looking at some of the traffic delays that may happen.

Travel Tips for Rome

Self guided walking tours

by Redang

When you are in Rome, maybe you don't know where to begin from or to continue to, so, these sites may help you to guide your visit.

- www.frommers.com/destinations/rome/0064010008.html
- www.romaturismo.it/v2/en/main.asp


by alza

Here, you can plan to spend a whole day. You'll probably discover many places that make you return.

Easy to reach, take La Metropolitana to Piramide. Admire the pyramide of Caio Cestio.
See the Cimetero acattolico di Roma (Non-Catholic Cemetary for Foreigners in Testaccio, Rome) aka Protestant Cemetary. Also contains the graves of Orthodox Christians, Jews, Muslims and others. A quiet, beautiful, revential place, with a profound spiritual vibe.

Cross over from the Piramide and walk along the Aurelian Wall on viale del Campo Boario. There's a small cemetary there too, the Rome War Cemetary (1939-1945) that very moving.

Wander through the plain streets (this is a popular neighbourhood, authentic and lively.) Reach the wonderful covered market, buy some fresh fruits for next to nothing and everything else your heart desires. Lunch in one of the many good restaurants.

Night time buzz

by kirsty_lamb about Trevi Fountain

Still quite busy, the Trevi fountin is lit with lights in the evening to make it look even more ornate than during the day.

People are milling about and there are ice cream shops and cafe's on the little side streets just metres away from the founti where you can just watch the people go by.

Food Issues in Italy

by edwis about n/a

Food Issues
In Roma, we found that the Gelato and Café bars have two sets of prices. One price is if you walk in, order at the counter and then take your order outside (portare). But there is a different and higher cost if you order and sit down at one of their tables either inside or out. Don’t think this isn’t a little confusing for the first time.

There was no such item as ‘spaghetti and meatballs’ nor sausage, on the menus, you couldn’t find it if you tried. You are much better off as Jovanna did, ordering something like a linguini with gorgonzola and pistachios. Now, that’s an Italian pasta dish! It seemed like every menu in Italy, Croatia and France had some sort of risotto featured, which was one of our favorite items anyway. Many establishments offered a black risotto which is colored with the ink from squid. Joan had a shellfish risotto in Naples that was one of the best meals ever while I had that Neapolitan specialty tube pasta called perchetti. Along the way we had several plates of Prosciutto with the classic fresh bufala mozzarella cheese, mainly for appetizers. After we left Roma, we mostly only ate out for some lunches. Later we would go to a bread store, then cheese / ham store, then the wine shop, and would eat on our hotel balcony or some outdoor park area. Many times we then had to go out for a final gelato treat. I ate more desserts / sweets while in Italy than ever before in my life. Most trips resulted in a weight lost due to all the extra walking, in spite of all the extra fine eating.
We enjoyed a Roman classic meal called spaghetti al’carbonara – pasta mixed into an egg batter with ham. No other sauce. Nothing else. We also discovered an Italian favorite homemade gnocchi and had several variations of that item for the first time. On subsequent trips we always found a gnocchi for a authentic treat meal. Prosciutto ham is by far the most popular and common item on every plate/menu. This was also true in Croatia and France. You can find some variation of it on almost every menu. The real stuff, ‘Prosciutto di Parma’, goes for about $20 per lb., but there are many variations on it. Most days followed a plan like something like this; we ate the inclusive hotel breakfast of a cappuccino, fruit filled just baked pastry, cereal, water con gas, and always some seasonal fruit or melon. In Amalfi, we would wake up to the smells of an oven baking through our open balcony windows and found that to quite enjoyable. In Italy they have these croissant type things that are called ‘cornettos’.

Wine bar near the Colosseum

by MM212 about Divin Ostilia

This tiny wine bar, Divin Ostilia, is located a block east of the Colosseum, in the quaint residential neighbourhood of Celio. The tiny wine bar serves delicious Italian food, from a variety of tasty bruschette, to a variety of pasta and meat dishes, all accompanied by a large selection of Italian wines. There is covered outdoor seating for better weather, and the place is open from early afternoon until a very late 1 am! Dinner is great here, but Divin Ostilia is also perfect for a glass of wine and a light snack after visiting il Colosseo.


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