Ottaviano Augusto

Via Ottaviano 25, Rome, 00192, Italy
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Train Tickets Office at Ciampino Airport

by TravelTwee


I was wondering if there is a ticket office where I can buy train tickets at the Ciampino airport. Although I will be at the Roma Termini train station later, I would like to get my tickets to Orvieto, Assisi, and the Leonardo Express sooner if possible. I've heard that the train tickets lines are very long at Termini and would like to avoid them if I can.

Also, if I have to buy my tickets at Termini, I've heard that there was a small agency in the station that usually doesn't have a long line. Can someone confirm this as well as give me the exact location of this agency where I can buy tickets to Orvieto and Assisi?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Re: Train Tickets Office at Ciampino Airport

by Claude2255

Maybe you can also buy your tickets online. But I am not sure if tickets for your services are provided online. Check on!

Re: Train Tickets Office at Ciampino Airport

by dnwitte

I don't know about Ciampino, but there are self service ticket vending machines at Termini, where you can pay with a credit card or bank debit card. They are multilingual, user friendly, and I have never had to wait more than a few minutes for one. You can buy tickets from anywhere to anywhere else, and make reservations if necessary.

Re: Train Tickets Office at Ciampino Airport

by monorailgold


I agree that the ticket lines can be very long at termini but that is usually if you go to the ticket booth with an attendant. Just use the self service kiosk to purchase all your tickets. I have never had to wait to use one since there are so many of them. They walk you through the process step by step and are very user friendly. You can pay with credit or debit.

Don't know if there are kiosks at Ciampino station (have never been there) but if it has a train connection there probably are. Just look around or ask someone when you get there. If they do have the kiosks, you can get all your tickets there and avoid as much of the termini as possible.


Re: Train Tickets Office at Ciampino Airport

by abarbieri

There is no train station at the Ciampino airport and then no ticket office. The small agency inside Termini train station is called "Agenzia 365" and it is located just beside platform N°24 from where the Leonardo Express train leaves.


Re: Train Tickets Office at Ciampino Airport

by TravelTwee

Thank you everyone for your help.

Travel Tips for Rome

spanish steps

by lostaussie

a very touristy place but that adds to the appeal for the lone traveller. it is ironic that one of the main attractions in rome is the spanish steps leading up to a french church but that is rome for you.

The Catacombs just outside the...

by Vic5

The Catacombs just outside the city are definitely worth a visit. We walked, which was an ideal way to escape the noise and traffic. It is possible to get a bus though. This photo was taken along the Old Appian Way, looking back on Rome, en route to the Catacombs.

Taxis and how to avoid getting ripped off

by jungles

There are un-official taxi drivers hustling for your business as soon as you step out of the airport or train. I do not suggest using these drivers. Registered taxis generally do not go out to hustle business, and are available at the designated Taxi Stands around the city and at the airport. Look for the white cars with the 'Commune di Roma' sticker on the side. A taxi ride across Historic Rome should not cost anymore then €8 or €10. A taxi from the airport is usually between €40 and €50. There are frequent stories of official Commune di Roma Taxi's charging €25 for a ride from the Termini train station to a hotel located 3 blocks away. A good way to avoid this from happening is, when you get into the cab, simply look at the meter; it should read €2.33, or €3.36 if it is a Sunday or Festival Day. If the driver knows that you are reading the meter, usually honesty prevails. The driver must press a button on the meter when you arrive. Watch and make sure the button that he presses does not make the fare bump up. This is a common trick, and they will say it is a"tarif" charge. Simply refuse to pay it, or mention calling the police. The driver will quickly change his mind. It is standard for the driver to charge an extra €1 for each bag that he has to load into the trunk, and a 10% tip is expected. Also, an honest and affordable, flat rate airport shuttle service is available at:

Stay away...

by Henrik_rrb about Ristorante Don Quijote

This restaurant is located just about 400 meters away from the Vatican and St Pietro, which somehow explains the whole thing. But there are tourist traps, and then there is this restaurant.
I've been there twice, the first time we only had two beers, which explains why I got back again this time.

First, prices are ridicolous. 8 euro for a beer, 0,4 liter. And then 14 euro for a pizza, 15 euro for a ravioli!?
But then okay, if one is stupid enough to order despite seeing the high prices on the menu, one really have to blame oneself.

But what one can't really do anything about, is when the restaurant is stealing your money. Our conto finished at 196 euro, for three pizza, one ravioli, a few beers and two coke. Plus 17 euro in "S".


In Italy the tip is always included in the price, called "coperto". Normally this is somewhere close to 2 euro/person, which also happened at Don Quijote.

But when I asked what the 17 euro in "S" were for, the waitress quickly answered that it was "restaurant charge".

Hello...?? Say again?

The food was quite good, and after walking around in Rome the whole day the beer tasted really good too.

But when the bastards steal 17 euro for nothing, already knowing that they made a fortune just on the normal payment, it doesn't really matter.

I'll never go to Don Quijote again, and I hope no one else will either.

Heart of Rome

by AlexDJ

Trastevere is one of the best part and most typical and caracteristic place to visit. It is particularly known for its nightlife, especially during the summer months, as well as its many excellent resturants and unique small shops. You can also find a lot of bars, pubs and open air shows for the huge quantity of people who always come to visit this area to find some fun! Trastevere also hosts an English movie theater and an English bookstore.
A lot of tourists choose this area for their accommodation in Rome, so they have the possibility to feel like a typical roman living in the heart of the city!


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