Arriving in Fiumicino
Fiumicino FCO Airport - Florence Transfer. Private Limo Service
Our Fiumicino FCO airport private chauffeured limo service is a rapid and streamlined door-to-door solution that will directly connect the airport terminal to the front door of your hotel in Florence, saving you the combined hassle of taxis, trains, luggage, etc.
The Leonardo da Vinci FCO airport in Fiumicino (just under an hour drive from central Rome) is the largest and busiest airport in Italy. Many travelers visiting Florence and other Italian cities will actually fly in and out of Italy through Fiumicino.
After disembarking from your flight at Fiumicino airport, our driver will greet you inside the airport at the arrivals hall (located in the public area after customs) with sign in your name and then escort you to the vehicle. We will provide a phone number should you want to contact the driver for any reason.
Private Limo or Train?
It is possible to travel between Downtown Florence and Fiumicino airport by train. But our limo service is a much more streamlined and hassle free way of doing it and can also be more cost effective.
For the train option, you should consider a short (30 min) train ride from FCO airport to Rome Termini train station. Then from there you take another train to Florence SMN Station (about 1hr45min). Then from there you will need to take a taxi or limo to your accommodation in Florence (5-20 minute ride, depending on the address). Considering the fact that you have to change trains (dragging your own luggage around) and then get on a taxi/limo and the waiting time, the overall duration of this option is about 3 hrs.
With our limo service you get the convenience of a private and streamlined door to door service in the same amount of time: 3 hrs.
So it all comes down to considerations of convenience vs cost. For individuals and couples the cost difference might make it worth it to endure the train rides. But for three or more passengers, taking the limo is probably even cheaper. Not to mention much easier!