Getting around Rome
When in Rome, the things to see and do can fill a lifetime. Here is how to best get around the city with the local metro, buses, and trams – so you have more time to enjoy your vacation.
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There’s a lot of public transport in Rome and it can be confusing. We show you how to get around the city cheaply.
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
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.
Night transport to and from Fiumicino is limited. We explore your options.
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
The “Rome Tourist Card” is a fantastic, downloadable package that combines preferential skip the line tickets, discounts, an airport transfer, and a hop-on-hop-off bus ticket in Rome.