The Southern European country is shaped like a boot, has a mile long coastline and beautiful mountains in the North. Besides, the mainland are the islands of Sicily and Sardinia also worth a visit. People in Sardinia are speaking with a very particular dialect. Most of the Italian airports are more or less situated near the coast. This is caused by the special shape of the country.
Due to the large number of airports in Italy, even the corners of the country are easily accessible by plane. Rome has two airports. The busiest airport is called Rome Fiumicino Airport, the smaller airport is called Rome Ciampino Airport. Rome Ciampino Airport is located the closest to the centre of Rome.
Practical information about Italy:
Time zone: Central European Time +1
National Day: 2 June
What are the busiest airports in Italy?
|Rome Fiumicino Airport||FCO||40,971,881|
|Milan Malpensa Airport||MXP||22,169,167|
|Milan Linate Airport||LIN||9,548,363|
|Catania Fontanarossa Airport||CTA||9,120,913|
|Rome Ciampino Airport||CIA||5,885,812|
|Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport||OLB||2,811,378|
|Lamezia Terme Airport||SUF||2,545,203|