Rome Transportation

  • Metro - Subway
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  • In the VIP lounge of FCO Airport
    In the VIP lounge of FCO Airport
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  • Taxis, Rome

    1. Taxis

    Use the official metered white or yellow taxis and make sure they use their meter instead of the arranged price. Whenever possible, using the metro is very convenient and more economical. Phone...

  • Train, Rome

    2. Train

    Termini station is the main train station in Rome. It was built on two levels. Here you can take a train to lots of destinations in Italy and abroad as well. This station has lots of facilities, as...

  • Walking, Rome

    3. Walking

    Walking is one of the best ways to explore Rome. That way, you can see the city itself instead of just the inside of a subway/bus car and what's surrounding the tourist attractions. On my first night,...

  • Fiumicino Airport – FCO, Rome

    4. Fiumicino Airport – FCO

    well I know there is another airport but I always landed here and by now its like home, very easy to move about having gone thru many times on business trips and now back for a tourist family...

  • Airport Shuttles, Rome

    5. Airport Shuttles

    Rome Airport Transportation and tours is a great company to use for transfers in Rome and beyond. I arrange tours to Italy and I have arranged multiple transfers and private driver/guides for my...

  • Tour Buses, Rome

    6. Tour Buses

    Update: The #110 and the Archeobus seem to no longer be in service. However, there are a total of six different hop-on hop-off (HOHO) buses in Rome. Check the web site below. It is in English,...

  • Metro - Subway, Rome

    7. Metro - Subway

    The metro is limited here of only two lines A and B, there is a B1 line still under expansion and the new line C has open for a good traject and there still work to do for...

  • Horse & Carriage, Rome

    8. Horse & Carriage

    Besides all the mode transport in Rome, the horse carriage is also one of the easiest way to go around the city. We didn't take the ride is too expensive, I have ask some information for the price and...

  • Scooters - Vespas, Rome

    9. Scooters - Vespas

    Scooter city - OK, no more jokes about how Italian drive - I have to say that they drive quite well - I have been "missed" by more motorcyclists than I could ever count! Note that this is classified...

  • Tour Bus - Archaeobus, Rome

    10. Tour Bus - Archaeobus

    Open-top hop-on, hop-off bus with ear-canal audio. Route: Stop 1 is at Termini, but we boarded at stop 2 Piazza Venezia for stop 3 Colosseo, stop 4 Terme di Caracalla, stop 5 Porta di San Sebastiano,...

  • Bus, Rome

    11. Bus

    another quaint way to move about any city and Rome is no exception is the tramway. Very nice trains running on tracks right in the middle of the city! 6 lines of tramway crisscross the city. this is...

  • Ciampino Airport – CIA, Rome

    12. Ciampino Airport – CIA

    The cheapest way to travel from Rome to Ciampino airport is taking the metro until Anagnina station and then the bus to the airport. Fares Metro, 1.5 EUR Bus, 1.2 EUR Bus ticket is bought on...

  • General Advice, Rome

    13. General Advice

    Many of the city’s sites are located at the city center which is easily walkable and depending where you’re staying you may need no bus or metro at all (if you are there only for 2-3 days)! Have in...

  • Driving, Rome

    14. Driving

    As it's already been repeated over and over (and over...), tourists really need not to guide within the city for most of the sights are not only close to each other but cannot also be reached by car....

  • Cycling, Rome

    15. Cycling

    "Enjoy Rome" are an Englidh speaking company that provide useful help and tips for visitors to Rome. They also organise an exceedingly good bicycle tour of the city. You experience the city in the...

  • Leonardo Express Train - Fiumicino Airport, Rome

    16. Leonardo Express Train - Fiumicino Airport

    The Leonardo Express train is not particularly cheap at 14 euro (though much cheaper than the UK equivalent), but if you land at Rome Fiumicino airport it is certainly the fastest way into the city....

  • Terravision Airport Bus, Rome

    17. Terravision Airport Bus

    Uff-da, there’s a lot to see in Rome... The best way to explore this city is on foot as you’ll run into something fascinating around just about every corner but sometimes you might want to get from...

  • ATAC - Rome Public Transport, Rome

    18. ATAC - Rome Public Transport

    ATAC is responsible for public transportation in Rome, which includes metros, buses, and trams. While Rome is a very walkable city, Sylvain's feet were getting tired after a week so we started relying...

  • Budget Airlines, Rome

    19. Budget Airlines

    Last winter (2007-08) we have been flying five times from Brussels to Rome and return with Brussels Airlines. On one flight we left late (45 minutes) from Brussels. On another one from Rome we left 20...

  • Trams, Rome

    20. Trams

    There are relatively few trams in the city. If you are lucky enough to find a convenient line for you, it's a much nicer ride than bus and metro, and a good alternative to private transportation. One...

  • Tour Bus - 110 Open, Rome

    21. Tour Bus - 110 Open

    Only E20 for one day ticket (24 hour validity) of transportation around the sights of Rome. The Roma 110 open is a Tourist line open top deck trambus that circles the city and has 12 stops that are...

  • Private Drivers, Rome

    22. Private Drivers

    Autonoleggio con autista (car rental with driver), is an easy and stress free way of getting to and from the airport in Rome or to and from the port, Civitavecchia, in Rome. My wife and I scheduled...

  • Romapass, Rome

    23. Romapass

    The Romapass is very convenient if you are planning on visiting lots of sites and museums and planning to use the bus and metro services for 3 or more days. With unlimited travel on the buses and...

  • Civitavecchia Transfer, Rome

    24. Civitavecchia Transfer

    Just a note here for the cruise crowd: Rome is not on the sea. Rome is over an hour (by train) inland from the port town of Civitavecchia - where the ships dock. Virtual Tourist sees a lot of...

  • Termini, Rome

    25. Termini

    from Termini almost you can go everywhere in Rome. just go there there is information for tourist ask them how to go to ....... and they will tell you. some examples Coliseum : Bus 175 Piazza Venezia...

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