Hotel Prati

Via Crescenzio, 89, New Management, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy
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rome airport to orvieto

by hattita

Hola

I need to get to Orvieto from Rome airport on Friday night..what is the quickest way? Is there a bus? or the train from Termini. Or also I could get to Attigliano.

many thanks!

Hattie

Re: rome airport to orvieto

by leics

I assume you mean Rome Fiumicino airport?

First you need to get to Rome Termini station. Easiest option is the Leonardo Express train, not as cheap as the 'ordinary' alternative train (at 11 euro one-way, against around 5) but the 'ordinary' alternative does not go to Termini, so you would then have to take the Metro (easily done, if you want). Trains run 5 and 35 minutes past the hour, journey takes 31 minutes. Buy tickets on the platform. Remember to validate (date-stamp) tickets before boarding the train, using the yellow machines on the platform. Same goes for all Italian trains.

Then train to Orvieto from Termini. There are direct ones (taking around an hour) and some with changes taking a bit longer. Fares from around 7 euro one-way. No need to book in advance. Ticket machines at Rome Termini are easy to use and have English language options.

http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/homepage_en.html

will give you train times, details and fares in English.

Re: rome airport to orvieto

by mccalpin

When are you coming into the airport (and, yes, which airport are you arriving at)?

The last train to Attigliano departs Termini at 21:36. There is one later train to Orvieto that departs at 22:05, but it departs from Roma Tiburtina, so you would need different instructions on how to get there.

And where are you really trying to go? Is someone going to pick you up or do you need public transport at that late hour?

Bill

Re: rome airport to orvieto

by hattita

ah thanks,, sorry i was quite vague.. i think i have it now.. yes from fco.. and then to att. or orte.. and someone will pick me up from there.

Manyt thanks

hattie

Re: rome airport to orvieto

by hattita

many thanks that is great.

thanks and ciao!

hattie

Re: rome airport to orvieto

by mccalpin

Well, if Orte is an option and you're coming in late, there is a late train at 22:27 from Fiumicino that goes direct (but certainly not non-stop) to Orte and arrives there at 00:36.

Note that this train is NOT the Leonardo Express that goes to Termini, but it's the FR1/FM1 that also serves Fiumicino Airport.

Does that cover it for you?

Bill

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Italian Film Buffs, This is Your Shop!

by Lacristina about Altroquando

Interesting shop to poke around in - photographs, guides, postcards, magazines, and art books (mostly in Italian) but because they are devoted to film, they are mostly filled with photographs. Also, some nice cinema posters/playbills. Italian version posters of American movies. - very fun! Jerry Lewis looks even more wacky with Italian captions! From a few euros on up.

Just go take a look, you don't have to eat there!

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Wine Bar & Restaurant Near Campo de' Fiori

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This elegant multiple purpose wine bar is conveniently located near Campo de' Fiori. It is great for simply a glass of wine perhaps combined with a plate of cheese, or for a full meal at the dining room in the back. If neither works, you could purchase some cheese and meats from the salumeria at the front, and supplement them with olive oil or other gourmet food products from the stacks on the walls. Places like Roscioli epitomise beautiful dining in Rome.

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Address: Via Crescenzio, 89, New Management, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy