When in Rome, the things to see and do can fill a lifetime. Here’s how to best get around the city with the local metro, buses, and trams – so you have more time to enjoy your vacation.
Civitavecchia, where most cruise liners dock to visit Rome, is much further from Rome than many people think. Here’s how to get into town fast and cheap.
Getting into Rome city from Rome’s biggest airport can be confusing if you’ve just arrived. We tell you the fastests and easiest way.
Ciampino is Rome’s second airport, and the destination of choice for many of Europe’s low-cost airlines. It is less well served by transport links than Fiumicino. But, it is closer to Rome city center than Fiumicino. We explore your options.
There’s a lot of public transport in Rome and it can be confusing. We show you how to get around the city cheaply.
Night transport to and from Fiumicino is limited. We explore your options. Updated December 2022.
We explain why renting a car in Rome will not enhance your vacation – and why a rental car could become an expensive liability.
Lyft does not run in Rome – and only Uber’s limo services are available, which are not good value for money. We tell you the alternatives.
The MyCicero app allows people to buy tickets for Rome’s public transport, but it’s not always straightforward. Here’s how.
Italy’s inter-city train network is modern, efficient, and incredibly fast. We highly advise travelling around Italy by train, not car. By all means rent a car at your destination if you want to enjoy exploring the countryside, but it doesn’t
What to look out for, and seven tips on how to avoid being a victim.
As Rome prepares to welcome back the first international tourists while the pandemic eases and vaccinations roll out, we cut through the confusion about who can travel to the country, for what reasons, and from where.
The many pros and few cons of the Roma Pass – we’ve got all the answers here to Rome’s discount vacation ticket.
A bewildering variety of electric scooters for rent has appeared all over Rome center and inner suburbs for use on the roads of the city. Here’s everything you need to know about them.
With English-speaking local drivers, this remarkable new service provides the ease and peace of mind of an Uber for the low price of a regular taxi – transparent price, pay online, with no hidden extras. Book now so you can relax about getting from FCO or CIA to your hotel.
Rome’s public transportation system is comprehensive and usually pretty convenient. There are, though, a few things you should be aware of when getting around the city. Here we tell you how to avoid some of the problems.
Rome is not the safest place to cycle. However there are places where used bikes can be bought and the city can be enjoyed at a slower pace.
Favored by low-cost airlines, Ciampino – Rome’s second airport – is closed at night (unlike its bigger counterpart Fiumicino) between the hours of midnight and 4am. The first planes landing into Ciampino tend to arrive around 6am. If you were planning
There’s a regular, fast train route running across Rome that can rocket you between Rome’s major metropolitan areas at high speed and next to no cost – and almost no visitors know about it.