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FLIGHT GUIDE

Our indispensable guide to Italy’s main international airports: where they are and, most importantly, how to get from them to where you are really going…

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Rome-Fiumicino, aka Leonardo da Vinci, is Italy’s busiest airport by far, though with facilities like touchscreen information terminals it’s all negotiable. It is linked to the central railway station, Termini, by the ‘Leonardo Express’. Returns depart from track 24 (buy tickets before you get to the platform or they’re more expensive). Terminal B is for international flights; Terminal C for transatlantic. The Terravision shuttle bus is cheaper but takes twice as long.

Ciampino, which in the days of Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn was the city’s main airport, also has regular flights to the UK and is closer to town, though there is no rail link. There is talk of a third airport.

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About Italia!

Our writers have travelled around Italy this month to bring you inspiration for your next adventures in 'il bel paese'. Lake Garda is our starting point, an ever-popular destination where quieter corners still remain – if you know where to go. We also head to the hills in Tuscany’s Casentino Forest (whose trees provided the wood for scaffolding to build Brunelleschi’s dome), and if you want to get fit, a healthy spa break in Puglia could be just what you’re looking for.