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Formally known as the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, Rome Airport is the main international airport for Rome. The airport is about 35 minutes to the southwest of Rome in the town of Fiumicino. This large airport was built in 1960 to handle the overflow of visitors for the summer Olympic Games, and in 1961 it became the official airport of Rome. Today, it is one of the busiest international airports in Europe.
There are four passenger terminals at the Rome Airport, although only two are consistently open, with the other two terminals only opening when an influx of flights is expected. Visitors to Rome Airport can enjoy several amenities, including a personal shopper. Request a personal shopper so you can or go out and enjoy the sights while your shopper picks up what you need. Visit one of the spa locations, and have a refreshing facial, get a manicure, or massage to relax while waiting for your flight.
Fun Fact: Most days, passengers can enjoy a live concert before boarding their plane. The Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia has partnered with the Rome Airport to provide live entertainment throughout the airport for passengers’ enjoyment.
Whether you are just passing through the Rome Airport or Rome is your final destination, there are so many different things to see and experience before you even leave the airport. Being an international hub, the airport has grown into a small city offering eateries, shopping, and spas. Once you land, check out some of the shops and restaurants. After exploring the airport, head out to explore Fiumicino and then over to Rome, if time allows.
Bounce has a few suggestions to get you started on your adventure once you land at the Rome Airport.
While waiting for your flight, spend time relaxing in one of the lounges located throughout the airport.
Shop til you drop while waiting for your next flight. From high-end designers to tacky souvenir kiosks, Rome Airport has everything you can imagine.
Dine on authentic Italian cuisine paired with the perfect wine selection. You don’t even need to leave the airport to find fine dining options. Burgers, salads, sandwiches, and wraps are also available.
Get pampered at the Be Relax Spa inside the airport. Have a manicure or pedicure, or enjoy the full spa experience.
Traveling long distances can make a person long for a hot shower. The Rome Airport can accommodate this request with their pay-showers.
Spend your extended layover sightseeing in Rome. Stroll through the city, soaking up the Italian culture.
Since the airport is in Fiumicino, why not spend time exploring this quaint town located on the Tyrrhenian Sea? It is less crowded than Rome and offers fantastic shops and restaurants.
FL1 Regional Trains
Leonardo Express Train to Termini Station
While in Rome, do as the Romans do, at least that is what the old adage says. So, don’t be the tourist dragging large bags and suitcases through the streets of Rome while sightseeing. Not only is it exhausting work, but it can also set you up for some unsavory characters to come along and help lighten your load.
Bounce is a short-term luggage storage company that has partnered with businesses throughout Rome. So, don’t set yourself up for disaster, instead find a Bounce location near the Rome Airport to drop your bags for safekeeping. You will enjoy the Roman experience much better when not worrying about your luggage.
Colosseum: Come see where the infamous gladiator games were once held. Wander through the halls and imagine sitting in the seats, cheering with the masses. Large bags are not permitted inside, so find a Bounce location nearby to stow your baggage.
Pantheon: One of the most famous Roman structures, the Pantheon dates back to 126 A.D. Join a tour to visit the Pantheon, but find a Bounce location to drop your luggage to fully enjoy the experience.
Borghetto Flaminio Market: This eclectic market has a thrift store meets flea market vibe where you can find second-hand and vintage clothing. Accessories and jewelry are also abundant at this market. While not necessarily a tourist attraction, the market gets crowded. Leave your bags with Bounce to avoid dragging them through the masses.
Spanish Steps: This monumental stairway was built between 1723 and 1725. It connects the Piazza di Spagna with the Piazza Trinità dei Monti. Lugging your extra bags up the 135 steps will be a bit daunting, so before tackling the Spanish Steps, drop your bags by a Bounce location.
Saint Peter’s Square: This large plaza is right in front of Saint Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City. An ancient Egyptian obelisk is in the center of the square and draws visitors from around the world. The plaza is always bustling with activity, making walking through with large bags problematic.
Marcato Monti Urban Market: Be sure to explore this unique indoor market where you can find anything from vintage clothing to artwork to kitschy souvenirs. Locals and tourists flock to this market looking for great bargains. Shopping with your luggage in tow can set you up to be a pickpocket’s target, so find a Bounce location to leave your bags while you shop.
Sistine Chapel: Located in the Apostolic Palace in Vatican City, people from around the world come to see the famous Michelangelo painting on the ceiling. The Sistine Chapel is a sight that must be seen in person. Bounce will keep your bags safe since large bags are not allowed inside the Apostolic Palace.
National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo: The building was originally built in 134 A.D. to be the tomb for Hadrian, the Roman Emperor. However, it has now been fully restored and is a national art museum.
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The price for luggage storage near Rome Airport (FCO) is just €5/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Rome Airport (FCO).
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Rome Airport (FCO) area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Rome Airport (FCO) and in the broader Rome area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Rome Airport (FCO) are Gusto, Alitalia Lounge Le Anfore, and British Airways Lounge.
Check out the nearby Parco degli Acquedotti and Oppian Hill.
While nearby, you can check out Villa of the Quintilii, Museo Palatino, and Stadio di Domiziano.