Fiumicino Airport

Fiumicino airport, known as Leonardo da Vinci, is located on the north coast of Ostia, west of Rome.

In addition to being near our Hotel & Resort structure, it is located about 28 kilometers from the center of Rome and just 24 kilometers from Rome EUR.

This airport manages most of national and international air traffic.

It consists of four terminals: terminal 1 for national flights, terminal 2 for low cost flights and charter, terminal 3 for international flights and terminal 5 for intercontinental flights.



Fiumicino, a city that was once part of the municipality of Rome until 1992, is a municipality of about 60,500 inhabitants located in the province of Rome, along the Tyrrhenian coast north of the Tiber delta, known as the Trajan channel.

The Municipality of Fiumicino includes not only the town of Fiumicino, but also other inhabited centers such as the Sacred Island, which extends from the Delta Division (head of two branches) inside the delta consisting of the Traiano channel branch and the branch called Faumara big.

Among the attractions of the sacred island are the excavations of an ancient Roman necropolis, with some very well preserved mosaics and mosaic or stucco pictorial decorations.

In the vicinity of the Trajan Channel, you can visit the remains of the early Christian basilica of S. Ippolito.

Ostia Antica

Ostia is an ancient city of Roman origin which is located about 2 km from the coast and its name in Latin derives from the mouth of the Tiber river.

Over the centuries, the course of the Tiber river and the coast line have been subject to considerable changes and for this reason Ostia Antica, originally located on the Tyrrhenian Sea, was founded as the port of ancient Rome by the fourth king of Rome anco Marzio (620 BC) according to legend.

Currently, the territory of Ostia Antica is part of the XIII Municipio of the Municipality of Rome.


Rome, known as the eternal city or urbe, attracts around 6,000,000 tourists every year, of which 3,800,000 foreigners from all over the world, including Europe, the USA and Japan. However, visiting Rome is not enough for one life.

The city is a real open -air museum, a unique case in the world that contains 34 centuries of urban history, not a single city, but three cities overlapping on the same site.

These include the ancient Rome of the Colosseum and the Imperial Forums, the Baroque Rome between the Quirinale, via del Tritone and Piazza Navona, and that of the popes of the Vatican city.

The city houses a large number of museums and archaeological sites, art galleries, majestic monuments, churches and historic buildings, making Rome one of the most beautiful attractions not only in Italy, but all over the world.

San Pietro Square and Vatican

The Vatican is one of the most popular attractions in Rome, located a few kilometers from our hotel in Fiumicino.

The Vatican city is the smallest independent nation in the world and is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. Its religious center is represented by the magnificent Basilica of San Pietro, the largest church in the world, an icon of the Italian Renaissance and houses some of the most famous artistic masterpieces in the world, including Michelangelo’s pity.

In addition to the Basilica, the Vatican also houses the famous Vatican Museums, which contain a vast collection of works of art and historical artifacts collected by the popes over the centuries.

Parco Da Vinci

The Da Vinci park is the largest commercial park in Italy as well as among the largest in Europe. Entirely outdoors.

100 shops, 16 restaurants and bars, with prestigious signs at national and international level, always ready to welcome customers with special dedicated promotions. 90,000 square meters: large spaces to spend your free time in peace and safety.

Not only a commercial park but a meeting place where you can dedicate themselves, in addition to purchases, to sociality with many initiatives organized with the involvement of the territory.

New Fair of Rome

The new Fair of Rome is the large infrastructure project born with the aim of creating an exhibition center in Rome capable of attracting a considerable share of the international trade fair business.

The first pavilions of the Rome Fair were inaugurated in October 2006.

The new exhibition center is intended to considerably increase the role of Rome as an international capital and represents an extraordinary possibility for the development of the city, as alongside the traditional cultural and tourist vocation, Rome has shown and shows a very strong vocation for business tourism and congress …