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3-day Trip Naples from Rome

3-day Trip Naples from Rome
Duration:
3 days
From:
USD 276.03
Leave central Rome in the morning and travel by high-speed train toward sunny Naples. Arrive there by late morning, after about 1 hour and a half, and set off to explore this amazing city at your own pace. You will be able to finally admire Naples attractions like Piazza del Plebiscito – home to the Royal Palace of Naples (Palazzo Reale) – and the Galleria Umberto I, with its glass-roofed arcade. On a day of your choice, seize the opportunity to visit one of the most important archaeological sites in the world, Pompeii. You'll spend a day surrounded by culture and history. The entrance to Pompeii is included in the final price.

Private Tour: Rome's Jewish Catacombs

Private Tour: Rome
Duration:
90 minutes
From:
USD 39.76
Delve beneath street level for a look at Rome's mysterious underground catacombs. On this 1.5-hour private tour, discover the Vigna Randanini catacombs, one of just two Jewish catacombs in Rome that are open to the public. As you explore the vaults, mortuaries and narrow walkways, listen as your guide explains Vigna Randanini's history and translates the ancient Latin and Greek inscriptions on the marble tombs, and learn the differences between the Jewish catacombs and those of the Christians and pagans.

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Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) Services & Amenities


Rome Fiumicino Airport TransfersSafely Arrive or Depart Stress-Free at the Rome Fiumicino Airport!
Have a private driver waiting exclusively for you at the Rome Fiumicino Airport from USD 65 or book a safe and economical shared Rome Fiumicino Airport shuttle transfer from USD 19/EUR 17.
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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




 Disabled Facilities at the FCO Rome Fiumicino Airport


FCO Rome Fiumicino International Airport has comprehensive facilities for travellers with disabilities including lounges for disabled passengers, wheelchair access and designated car parking spaces in the long-term and short-term parking areas. Disabled passengers should contact their airline to discuss any special requirements.


The information desk at Rome Fiumicino Airport offers more information about all of the airport's disabled facilities. You are advised to contact your airline with any special requirements prior to departure.





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Last Updated: 26 Jul 2016