How to get to Rome

Pilgrims from around the world visiting Rome during the Jubilee of 2025 will have no difficulty reaching it because it is well-connected.

By Plane

Main Airports

Rome is served by two airports: the international and more connected is the Fiumicino Airport (FCO); with fewer connections is the Ciampino Airport (CIA). Both are less than an hour away from Rome, so you won't have to worry about the distance from the city, and you can choose based on your departure location and flight preferences.

Airport Transfers

Once landed, you can use transfer services to reach the city center. Trains, buses, and taxis are available to make your arrival as smooth as possible.

Book the bus from the airport to Rome

By Car

If you live in a neighboring country to Italy, you might decide to take the car to reach Rome, making some stops to explore other cities and rest along the way.

The fastest route is the Autostrada del Sole (A1), which takes you directly to Rome. Before departure, check the traffic conditions and any toll areas along the road. If possible, prefer weekdays over weekends when more people travel on the highway.

By Train

An alternative to the plane and car could be the high-speed train if you don't live too far from Italy and find a good deal.

Roma Termini is the main railway hub of the city reached by high-speed trains (Frecciarossa and Italo).

By Bus

There are some companies that connect certain European cities to Rome with long travel times. In these cases, it's advisable to choose nighttime schedules to save a night in a hotel and make time pass more quickly.