Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (IATA:FCO) is the largest airport in Italy, serving Rome and surrounding regions.

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How do I get from Terminal 1 to Terminal 5 in Fiumicino Airport?

The official site mentions a shuttle bus service, I also googled but the infos are not clear, so I hope to find some firsthand experience. I have a flight with a stop in Fiumicino, I will arrive in ...
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Connecting flight from Tel-Aviv to Venice

I fly from Tel Aviv to Venice via Rome (Fiumicino). Between flights I have only one hour. The same airline (Alitalia). Is it really hard to catch the second flight? How should I act?
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Immigration/customs during layover in Rome

I will be traveling from Boston to Venice on Alitalia with a layover in Rome. Will I have to go thru immigration and/or customs/ security in Rome? Will 1 hour 40 minutes be enough time?
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Is 1hr layover in Rome enough for a flight from South America to Paris?

I have to travel from South America to Paris in July and I have a layover stop in Rome of 55 minutes. The airline already told me that the bags will be checked directly to Paris but I still don't ...
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Cheapest way of traveling from FCO to Rome by public transport?

What is the cheapest way of getting to Rome city centre from Leonardo da Vinci airport and how long would it take? I read about a train and an old line, but I am not sure how that works.
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What to do during long-ish connection in Rome Fiumicino airport with children? [closed]

I travel with three kids (ages 4, 8, 9) and have a 5 hours connection in Rome Fiumicino airport (FCO). Assuming the planes are on time, that leaves 3-4 hours to fill in or around the airport. I would ...
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Are the integrated tickets for public transport in Rome valid for the FR1 train line between Fiumicino and Trastevere?

I'm looking at the options for public transport in Rome, and there's the Integrated Weekly Ticket ('Carta Integrata Settimanale', CIS), which is valid for all buses, trams, metro and Trenitalia ...