Ciampino station serves the Roman town of Ciampino and sits along the line that goes from Rome to Naples via Cassino; it is also used by railway lines that go to the Castelli Romani. It first opened in 1892. Ciampino has 16 rail tracks, with four passenger platforms. The station is used by regional trains operated by Trenitalia and bound for Velletri, Albano Laziale, Roma Termini, Colleferro, Frascati, Cassino and Naples, with a train running every twenty minutes. Inside the station building you will find a ticket office, as well as an automatic ticket machine, toilets, the Polizia Ferroviaria (Railway Police) station and a café, as well as several facilities providing assistance to people with disabilities. The car park, taxi rank and bus stops can be found in the square outside the station.
Sights in the Ciampino area include the Pontifical Villas, the Sacro Cuore di Gesù Church and the medieval Torrione dell’Acqua Sottoterra tower.
Piazza Luigi Rizzo 100, 00043 Ciampino
|Ticket office opening times|
|Monday-Friday: 6.15am – 2.41pm|
|Duration||First and last train||Trains per day|
|To Roma Termini||13m||5:25 – 23:19||76|
|To Rome||13m||5:25 – 23:19||81|
|To Florence||1h 57m||5:25 – 23:19||42|
|To Roma Tiburtina||16m||5:33 – 23:19||53|
|To Naples||1h 38m||6:13 – 23:19||34|
|To Roma Trastevere||41m||5:33 – 23:19||59|