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35 km from the Italian capital lies Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport. It is within easy reach of Rome’s historical centre which boasts sites such as the Coliseum, the palazzo senatorio and the Holy City of the Vatican.
Rome Fiumicino is one of the busiest airports in Europe and is a hub for Alitalia and Vueling. Its 5 terminals allow airlines to cover a wide range of destinations from the most exotic such as Bueno-Aires, Cancun or Bangkok to regional destinations like Naples, Bologna and Venice. Rome Fiumicino is also a main cargo platform with FedEx Express and TNT Airways having operations at this airport.
Even though it was officially opened in 1961, Rome Fiumicino had actually been in use since August 1960 in order to relieve Rome Ciampino airport of the congestion generated by that year’s summer Olympics. A competition that saw boxer Muhammad Ali (known as Cassius Clay at the time) win gold, and Abebe Bikila won the marathon bare-footed for Ethiopia.
Passengers flying from Rome Fiumicino airport can book one of the 19 car parks on offer on this website; all which offer outstanding value for money. These car parks include a selection of both Park & Ride and Meet & Greet services, all of which are extremely secure and are fitted with the latest security technology.
One of the most popular car parks amongst our customers is the King Parking Park & Ride which is located only 2 minutes from the airport via the free shuttle bus service operated by the car park.
Like we do for all the car parks on offer on this website, we have had our team of experts carry out a thorough inspection of the car parks on offer at this airport. That is why we can confirm the presence of the latest security equipment at all the parking products available at this airport.
If you have any queries regarding the parking options at Rome Fiumicino do not hesitate to contact our team of customer service experts who will be able to guide you in your choice.
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