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<em>Miserando atque eligendo</em>, literally by having mercy, by choosing him. This is the motto Pope Francis chose for his pontificate. Faithfull to his ideals, to his conviction that God loves us all, and that we all need his mercy. Pope Francis announced the opening of this extraordinary jubilee year to give us all the opportunity to feel God's love. When Jesus chose Matthew as his apostle he knew he was choosing a sinner; we know we are sinners as well, we all need God's love and mercy to repent. This Holy Year announced in the name of pity and mercy is what the Pope feels humanity needs today. We are all called to open our hearts to God's mercy and love.<div><br>Day 1:The Christianization of the Roman Empire - afternoon tour<br>Day 2:The day of forgiveness - all day tour<br>Day 3:The Church fathers - afternoon tour<br>Day 4:One step away from God - morning tour<br><br><div>The tour include 3 nights accommodation in Rome.</div></div>

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Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) Information


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 FCO Rome Fiumicino Airport Info & Guide


Rome Fiumicino International Airport

Where is Rome Fiumicino Airport?  


The Eternal City of Rome is the famed city of the Roman Empire, Vatican City and La Dolce Vita (the sweet life).


Rome's historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, oozing with graceful fountains, ornate statues, millenium-old churches, fascinating ruins, opulent monuments and grand old palaces. Rome is one of Europe's most visited cities, attracting visitors from around the world.


Rome Fiumicino International Airport (IATA: FCO, ICAO: LIRF), officially Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci International Airport Fiumicino, also referred to as Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport, Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport, Rome da Vinci Airport  or, most frequently, Rome Fiumicino Airport, located in Fiumicino, 35.0 kilometres (21.7 miles) west southwest of central Rome, Lazio, Italy. The airport is named in honour of Italian Leonardo da Vinci, who designed both a helicopter and a flying machine.


In 2012, Rome Fiumicino Airport served 36,980,911 passengers, making it Italy's busiest airport, and the 8th busiest in Europe. FCO is not the only Rome Airport: Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA) serves several of the low cost carriers.


The airport serves as a hub for Alitalia, Italy's flag carrier. Among the many, many other airlines that fly to Rome Fiumicino Airport include Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air China, Air France, Air Italy, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Delta Air Lines, EastJet, El Al, Emirates, Finnair, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Saudia, TAP, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.


Cities outside Europe with the most flights to Rome Fiumicino Airport are Atlanta, Beijing, Boston, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Casablanca, Chicago, Doha, Dubai, Hong Kong, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, São Paulo, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Toronto, Tunis and Washington DC.


Cities in Europe with the most flights to Rome Fiumicino Airport are Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Moscow, Munich, Nice, Paris, Prague, Vienna and Zürich. There are, of course, domestic flights to all areas of Italy.


Your best bet for a Rome Fiumicino Airport transfer is the train. Details on all options are included in this guide.


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A free shuttle bus service connects the terminals (and car parks), about every 15 minutes on average (from 01:00 to 04:00, the shuttle bus must be called from the intercoms installed at the stops).

 

Services at Rome Fiumicino Airport include:

  • Mobile site
  • Pharmacy - T1, T3, T5
  • Hair salon - T1
  • Laundry service - T1
  • Luggage check - T3
  • 9 information desks 
  • 35 interactive touch screen multimedia totems, linked to an operator
  • Meeting Points - Arrivals areas of T1 and T3




Additional Rome Fiumicino Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 26 Jul 2015