Arrive happy with Rome rides & airport transfers.
The largest airport in Italy, Rome Fiumicino Airport is also the eighth busiest in Europe. The four large terminals are all well equipped, and as you’d expect from such a bustling place, are all filled with plenty of shops, restaurants and cafés ideal for those wanting to relax as they wait for their flight. Located just 35km south west of the capital city, this airport is an ideal place to start your holiday in Italy.
Hoppa’s range of Rome Fiumicino Airport transfers can take you to all the best resorts in the area once you’ve made a safe landing. The most popular choice is directly to the historic Rome City Centre, home to the Colosseum, the Castel Sant’Angelo, the Trevi Fountain and countless other incredible landmarks. You won’t be able to walk the streets of Rome without finding something ancient and well preserved, making it a unique and memorable destination. You could also visit the main port of the area, Civitavecchia Port, which has its own amazing historic structures, or Casal Palocco, a smaller area with beautifully well-kept and expansive natural sites.
With world-renowned cuisine, beautiful works of art, ancient ruins and idyllic views on your doorstep, Rome caters for everyone looking for that unforgettable city break. If you’re looking for your Rome airport transfers, let us make your trip even more memorable by taking care of getting you there.
Offering a reliable, stress-free service, we can take you from Rome Airport to your city centre accommodation and back again at the end of your holiday. Ensure you’ve got everything covered by booking your return trip today.
How can I book my Rome transfers?
Fill in the details of your trip in the search bar at the top of this page. When you’re ready, click on the ‘Search’ button, and you’ll find a list of shuttle buses and private vehicles to choose from.
What is best, a private vehicle or shuttle bus?
You’ll receive superb service with both our shuttle buses and private vehicles, but below you’ll find the differences between the two:
- You will receive an e-ticket that will include your scheduled pick-up time and instructions on where to meet your driver at Rome Airport
- You and the rest of your group will be the only passengers, and you will be taken to your vehicle by your driver
- You will be taken directly to your hotel, with no drop-offs on the way
- You, along with the rest of your group, will follow pick-up instructions on your e-ticket on where to meet your driver at the airport
- Your journey will be shared with other passengers
- You may have to wait for up to 45 minutes before you leave Rome Airport to allow for other passengers on different flights to arrive
- The bus will drop off the other passengers close to their accommodation and your stop will be along the route
How much will my Rome Airport transfers cost?
To make your planning easier, we list prices for each transfer option that is available for your trip. Those prices are what you will pay if you book it that day.
However, because these prices are live valuations and based on currency rates, they can change. This means that if you start looking for your transfers today and return to your search in a couple of days, the prices may differ between your first and second search.
I’ve chosen my transport
After you’ve selected your vehicle, you will come to the ‘Extra’ stage of the booking process. Here, you have the option to tell us about anything you might need for your transfer. In the ‘Anything we can help with?’, just let us know if you need more room for extra luggage, or an adapted car for your wheelchair, for example. From there, we will sort out the rest.
Is there a luggage allowance?
Whether you are travelling by shuttle bus or private vehicle, you will be allowed one hand luggage and one suitcase per person. Please check that your vehicle has the capacity for extra luggage if you think you will exceed this.
When you’ve finished your booking, we will send you an email with your e-ticket. This document includes all the important information, such as where to meet your driver and what number to call in case of emergencies. Once you have received your e-ticket, print it off and show it to your driver when you meet them at the airport.
Make sure you read this document before landing, so that you know where to meet your driver once you have arrived in Rome.
Where do I go when I arrive in Rome?
After arriving at Rome Airport, it is important that you check the instructions in the ‘Find my pick-up’ section of your e-ticket to find your driver.
Depending on whether you’re travelling by shuttle bus or private vehicle, and which transfer provider you’re using, the joining directions can differ. Some instructions may depend on the terminal you arrive at, while others simply send passengers to the arrivals hall where you’ll find a travel representative holding a sign displaying ‘hoppa’ or your name.
With all of this in mind, it’s vital that the ‘Find my pick-up’ section is read carefully. If there isn’t any information about where you will meet your driver for your Rome transfers, call the number on your e-ticket and we will be able to help you.
Where is my driver?
If you arrive at your pick-up point on time but can’t locate your driver, find the number on your e-ticket and give us a call – we will be able to let you know how long they will be.
I’m going to miss my pick-up time
Delays are common, and that is why our drivers will wait for you for up to 45 minutes after your original collection time. Whether your bag is the last one to appear on the carousel, or your flight has been delayed, if you think you’re going to miss your pick-up time, phone the number on the e-ticket to let us know.
Whether you’re really late or think that you will make it within the 45-minute timeframe, we ask that you let us know so that we have plenty of notice to arrange an alternative driver for you.
After a delay of 45 minutes, we will send you another driver, but if you’re delayed for 3 hours or more, you will need to rearrange your Rome transfers with us.
Beautiful buildings, unbeatable history and a slower pace of life are all waiting for you in Italy’s capital. Located only 35km from Rome’s city centre, Rome Airport is the largest airport in Italy and offers many facilities including a free personal shopper service, plenty of tasty food and drink options and a spa where passengers can enjoy relaxing services before or after travelling!
The journey home
When you’re making your way back to the airport, how you meet your driver will depend on the transport you’ve chosen.
For those travelling by private vehicle:
- You will be collected from your accommodation at the time stated on your e-ticket
- If you’ve opted to receive an SMS messages from us, we’ll remind you of your pick-up details via text
- Keep your e-ticket with you to give to the driver when they arrive and try to be ready 15 minutes before your allocated pick-up time
For those travelling by shuttle bus:
- You will be able to view your pick-up information online in the ‘My bookings’ section 24 hours before your flight
- Consider the option to receive an SMS message from us to let you know your pick-up details
- Have your e-ticket with you ready to show the driver and arrive at your pick-up point 10 minutes before your shuttle bus is due
If you’re having any problems, or your driver hasn’t arrived on time, phone the number on your e-ticket for an update. This is the case for everyone, whether you’re travelling by private vehicle or shuttle bus.