I am trying to figure out the best way to get from the airport (FCO) in Rome, to the Crown Plaza St. Peters. There are 12 of us traveling in the group, of which we have a 4 and 5 year old (we can travel in separate vehicles). I am not sure about booster seats in taxis or what the requirements are for the country for children under a certain height. Can anyone help me with my options please? Do I use a train, bus, taxi, or private company? Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated
This might be a solution
Two 6 passenger vehicles at 65euro each
We use Rome Cabs every time we're in Rome (web site listed in prior post). Always been very pleased with the service and cost. Highly recommend them.
I have used https://www.suntransfers.com/ many times in Italy. I have used them in Rome and Milan for transfer to and from airports and train stations. In my opinion they are professional, reliable and affordable. They operate over many areas in Europe too. I have used them in Munich, Madrid and Paris as well. They do offer buses for larger groups. Their website is very user friendly. All you really need is your flight information and hotel address. They will meet you at baggage claim too.
Thank you so much to all of you for your advice. I am checking into all of them