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Transfers from FCO-Hotel-CIV-OSTIA-FCO

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Good morning Fellow Fodorites:

Please let me know what you think about the transportation arrangements I have reserved for the upcoming trip we have to Italy, and the charges quoted to us by one of the airport shuttle companies in Rome.

These are back-to-back transfers from the following locations:

FCO to HOTEL - 31euro [Shared transfer]
HOTEL to CIVI - 90 euro [Shared transfer]
CIVI-OSTIA-FCO - 300euro [Private Car]
TOTAL COST FOR BOTH: 421euros

I find the pricing quite reasonable but I still need your opinion about this subject. Do you think the price quoted reasonable?

FYI: Travelling by car is the only option we have since my husband has limited mobility and unable to walk very far.

Thank you in advance



Do you think this is a cost-effective move.

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