Rome is served by three airports. The intercontinental Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is Italy's chief airport and is commonly known as "Fiumicino Airport", as it is located within about 20 miles from the city centre towards the south. The older Rome Ciampino Airport is a joint civilian and military airport. It is located beside Ciampino, south-east of Rome. The Roma-Urbe Airport is a small, low-traffic airport which handles most helicopter and private flights.
Rome's main railway station, Termini, is one of the largest railway stations in Europe. It sees about 400 thousand travellers passing through every day. The second-largest station in the city, Roma Tiburtina, which is a high-speed rail terminus.
Metros in Rome comprises two lines, A and B that provide good service to all the places and various tourists destinations of the city. Metro is a very easy and comfortable mode of transport for the travellers to visit every nook and corner of the city. The frequency of the trains is excellent.
With an excellent network of roads, buses provide a good means of travelling. The bus service network encompasses the entire Rome including the areas not linked t...Show More
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Italy is one of the participating Schengen countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Liechtenstein) that have agreed to allow free movement of their citizens within this area as a single country. A Schengen Visa is issued by the authorities to the interested party for travelling to and within the S...Show More