The offical travel planner (also on google maps) it says that the FL1 train goes directly to Rome central station (Termini). But wikipedia page and other pages says it doesn't , which is correct?

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    A couple of months ago when I used it, FL1 didn't and you had to change, or you could take the more expensive Leonardo Express direct to Termini
    – Gagravarr
    Aug 2, 2015 at 13:14
  • Yes, that's what I am reading everywhere too. But it does not align very well with the offical travel planner...
    – droidgren
    Aug 2, 2015 at 13:22

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Being the FL1 a regional train operated by Ferrovie dello Stato, I would trust their official FS site more than the ATAC journey planner (or Google for that matter). The FS page on the Airport train services says that the FL1 takes you from Fiumicino to most train stations within Rome. These are (ordered by closest distance from the airport):

  • Roma Trastevere
  • Roma Ostiense
  • Roma Tuscolana
  • Roma Tiburtina

Quoting from the linked FS page:

FL1 REGIONAL TRAIN to and From Rome/Fiumicino Airport

With trains departing every 15 minutes Trenitalia’s FL1 regional train takes you from Leonardo da Vinci Airport to the main train stations in Rome (Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana and Tiburtina). The train also stops in many other important stations in Rome, and travels as far as Fara Sabina/Orte.

It would therefore seem that to date the FL1 train does not stop at Roma Termini. For more information here is a PDF with the full list of stops. Below is a map of the regional train network, courtesy of Wikimedia:

Rome regional network map


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