July 9, 2010, Newsletter Issue #38: Traveling to Rome

Tip of the Week

There are two airports that fly into Rome. The Leonardo da Vinci, which is also known as Fiumicino and Ciampino. If you are flying in internationally, chances are you will fly into Ciampino. Much like traveling to other areas of the world, booking your trip early can save you a great deal of money. Many websites will offer Rome travel packages that can give you discounted plane tickets and discounted Rome hotel rooms for your stay.

If you’re traveling to Rome from within Italy then you will probably fly into Leonardo da Vinci. There are a few domestic flights that fly into Ciampino, but those flights are usually limited. When traveling to Rome from within Italy, you may also want to consider taking the train into the city. There are regular train routes into Rome from most major cities within Italy that can be purchase at a reasonable rate, often considerably cheaper than a flight.

There are also a considerable amount of bus routes within Italy that will bring you to Rome. If you are reasonably close to Rome the bus may be a good choice. Otherwise you may want to take a quicker train or plane ride into the city.

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