Cheap flights from Rome to Istanbul
Information about flights from Rome to Istanbul
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From the airport to the city centre
Travelers who buy the cheapest airline tickets Rome Istanbul are landing at Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport. In fact there are two airports in Rome. The city's main airport is Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino. The Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino, 32 km from the city centre, can be easily reached from the city centre. Ciampino International Airport is often a frequent destination for those looking to buy cheap airline tickets. This airport is closer to the city. It is possible to reach Fiumicino Airport from Leonardo da Vinci by city bus, train, airport service, taxi and car rental service. Ciampino International Airport has no train connection. From this airport you can take a bus or taxi to the city centre.
Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport
The buses from the airport go to various points in Rome. Depending on the traffic situation, buses go to the city centre for around 1 hour. Travelling by bus is not the fastest way from this airport. However, it is a preferred method because it is cheap. There are COTRAL buses in front of Terminal 2 of the airport. These buses stop at the stations: Cinquecento Square, Cornelia Station, Roma Tiburtina Station, Eur Maglliana Station. From Cornelia Station and Eur Maglliana Station you can get to the subway. You can follow the arrows inside the airport to get to the Cotral buses. Bus tickets are sold in newsagents or in buffets. Payments can also be made on the bus, but on the bus it will be charged at a higher price.
The fastest way to get from the airport to the city centre is to use the Leonardo Express trains. These trains take about 30 minutes to get to Termini Station, from where you can get to the metro. Train fees are a little higher than buses. Children under 4 years of age or children between 4 and 12 years of age traveling with an adult are not charged. Train tickets are available online, from self-service machines at the airport, from buffet and newspaper vendors. There are controllers who randomly control the trains. If you can't show your ticket to the officers, they'll pay fines. The train station is located in the immediate vicinity of the arrival and departure terminals of the airport. Another train line is the regional train FL1, which runs slower than the Leonardo Express. This train stops at key stations such as Tiburtina, Trastevere, Tuscolana, Ostiense and other stations in Rome. The regional line FL1 runs every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends. There is also a train connection from the airport to cities like Padua, Florence, Venice, Bologna with trains running twice a day.
Rome Istanbul flights are among the most frequently booked international flights. There are many airport shuttles to Termini Station in the city centre from the airport. From Termini Station, you can take a train to various Italian cities or switch to the city's metro line. City buses can also be reached from this stop.
At the airport there are the Terravision buses, which leave every half an hour in front of Terminal 3, and reach Termini station via Marsala in 55 minutes without stopping. These buses run every day between 5:35 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. As this is a very preferred service, it is important to make reservations in advance through the internet.
SIT Bus Shuttle is another bus service from the airport to Termini train station. It runs every half hour every day. It takes about 1 hour to get to Termini Station.
Another shuttle service from the front of Terminal 3 is the Vatican. You can buy the tickets on the bus or book them online. You can use this mode of transport to go to Termini and the Vatican from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
The company T.A.M Srl. is another shuttle company that runs between 5:20 am - 1:00 am and runs approximately every 40 minutes. You can buy tickets on the bus and arrive in around 45 minutes. Apart from Termini, there is another shuttle company for those who want to go to Ostiense Station.
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There are taxis at the exit of all terminals at the airport. The official Rome exhibit is white and visible with taxi signs. Apart from these, there are taxis that work illegally. The airport taxis transport passengers to the city centre and the main train stations at a fixed rate. These prices are cheaper than the taximeter. Pricing here is an official guideline. Because of this, you can prevent those who want to use the taximeter and go to another taxi. The package is only valid for the historic city centre and the city of Rome. A maximum of four people can take a taxi.
Vehicles can easily be rented from car rental companies at the arrival terminal. A total of 8 car rental companies work within the airport, such as RENT4U, Auto Europe, Maggiore, Avis-Budget, Locauto Miet, Europcar, Sixt and Hertz.
Ciampino International Airport
Buses run outside the airport. Since this airport is 12 kilometres from the city centre, the fees are pretty reasonable too. COTRAL buses arrive at the Anagnina stop every 15 minutes.
The taxi service is also available from the airport. The official taxis are white and the cars carry the taxi table. Early booking reduces your vacation expenses to a minimum and maximizes your enjoyment. Are you ready for an unforgettable vacation with the cheapest flights Rome Istanbul?
There are car rental companies in the airport. You can rent a car from Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Thrifty and Sixt.
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