The airport that provides air service to the city of Rome is Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, which is located about twenty-one miles from the centre of the city at the Via dell'aeroporto di Fiumicino in the town of Fiumicino. Those wishing to reserve a flight from the airport make low-cost travel arrangements using ebookers. There are dozens of airlines operating out of the airport, including Air China, Air France, Air Italy, and Alitalia.
Long-term parking is available at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport for a fee of €18 a day or €69 a week in the long-stay car park. There are automatic pay machines located at the lot's exits, as well as kiosks in the airport, which take major credit cards along with cash payments.
Traveling the twenty-one miles from the city's business district to the airport is possible using several transportation services. Bus service to the airport is available from the city for a cost of €4.50. The trip from Rome can be made by train as well, at a cost of €11 from the Roma Termini Station to the Fiumicino Airport Station. Taxis from the city to the airport are also available, costing around €40 for the forty-five-minute trip.
There are plenty of restaurants located in the airport, where you can get a meal before departing Rome. Those looking for a quick meal can eat at one of the McDonald's restaurants located in several of the airport's terminals or grab a few slices of pizza at PizzaChef. Chef Express offers light snacks and beverages, but for a full sit-down meal, consider Gusto or Ciao Ristorante, both offering Italian street foods to give you a last taste of Rome before your flight takes off.
Birmingham Airport is located 6.3 miles from the centre of Birmingham. The airport handles both domestic and international flights
Birmingham Airport has direct links to over 100 cities and towns via the free Air-Rail Link and Birmingham International Station. The airport is served by a number of local bus routes and long distance coach services. In addition to these services there are hotel shuttle bus services available.
Birmingham is the second largest city in the United Kingdom. Once viewed as a drab and grimy city, in recent years, the city has transformed itself into a vibrant cultural centre. Huge regeneration projects have changed the industrial landscape and canals into a cityscape bursting with hip night clubs, glamorous shops and busy pubs. Of course it is still left with some concrete monstrosities but the city planners have created plenty of innovative architectural improvements to help Birmingham make the most of its heritage. Cadbury's World is a mecca for all who love chocolate where children and adults will love exploring the history of chocolate. Birmingham museum and art gallery is home to one of the world's best collections of Pre-Raphaelite art. Highlights of the collection include works by Ian Edward Burne-Jones, Ford Madox-Brown and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts also boasts some masterpieces in its collection including works by Picasso, Rembrant, Schiele, Rubens, Van Dyck, Gainsborough, Turner and Reynolds.
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