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Train from FCO to ORBETELLO-MONTE ARGENTARIO (Porto Santo Stafono)

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We are staying at the Hotel Tiber which is very close to FCO and need to travel by train to Porto Santo Stafono. Is there a train from the FCO airport or do we need to go to the main station in Rome? We will be taking the same route on the return about a week later (Porto back to FCO Airport). Do we need to make reservations and purchase our tickets in advance or should we wait until the day of travel?
Thanks appreciate the guidance.
At www.trenitalia.com you can search for itineraries from Fiumicino Aeroporto to Orbetello-Monte Argentario. Some options have you take the Leonardo Express and change at Roma Termini, these include backtracking and are more expensive. Others have you change at Roma Trastevere, which overall looks preferable. These are trains with open seating and don't take reservations. If you want, you can buy tickets on the Trenitalia app as you leave the hotel; these would be valid for trains in a short window of time.

If you need to know about getting from the Orbetello station to P.S.S, there's information here on bus and taxi options: https://www.giglioinfo.it/en/giglio-island/travel-info/getting-here/ although the focus of the page is Giglio Island.
A good way to explore all your options for getting from one place to another is Rome2Rio.com, or the Rome2Rio app. It includes not only the Trenitalia trains, but also the other train companies in Italy, local transit systems, taxi's, etc.

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