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Rome: taxi from airport?

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I can't seem to find any current threads on this. Is the fare from FCO into Rome (to the area just west of Piazza Navona) still 40 Euros or did it go up to 45E now? With 3 people and 3 suitcases during the daytime on a weekend, we shouldn't expect extra costs, right?

Also, how do we recognize the cabs we should steer clear from on the taxi line? Or what should we look for to be sure we have the correct taxi (the ones which hopefully don't scam tourists) into Rome? I've read that we should still agree on the price before the ride so we will do that.

I know there are other transportation methods available into Rome, but we don't know an exact arrival time at the airport and don't want to hang around waiting for a private car so a taxi will be easier for this trip.

Thanks!

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