Trains from Rome airport to Rome run regularly from the Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci airport (FCO) train station to Termini train station. The dedicated Rome airport train is called the Leonardo Express, but there are also Regional trains that run on this route.
Trains leave Rome Fiumicino airport train station for Termini up to six times an hour throughout the day, so you can take a train whenever your flight lands.
If you choose to take the Leonardo Express, departures take place every 30 minutes. The first train departs Rome airport at 06:38 and the last train departs at 23:38.
The official travel time on the Leonardo Express is 31 minutes, but delays are common, so leave yourself plenty of time if you have a connection to make when you arrive.
The cost of a train ticket is 14.00 euros each way, with no discounts offered for return tickets. Tickets can be purchased online before you travel, at the ticket booth in the airport train station, or at news stands or ticket machines.
If you take a Regional train, departures take place every 15 to 30 minutes from 05:58 to 23:18. The travel time is 48 minutes, and tickets cost 8.00 euros each way. They can be purchased in the same ways as Leonardo Express tickets.
If you buy a ticket at the airport, make sure to validate it in the yellow machines by the platform before traveling. Tickets are valid for 90 minutes from the time of validation.
Other ways to get from Rome airport to Rome include taking a bus, taxi, or rental car.