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bus tickets in rome

by Mahsa878

I need to get to the Santa Maria del Popolo from Regen hotel rome which is on Via Filippo Civinini (close to Euclide station) and back to the hotel from astel Sant'Angel. does any one know how much are the bus tickets and where I can get them or can I just pay when im on the bus?

Re: bus tickets in rome

by monorailgold

Bus tickets are one euro. You can buy them at any magazine shop or on the bus. They are good for 75 minutes including transfers.

Donna

Re: bus tickets in rome

by mccalpin

1. The distance on foot is less than 2.5 kilometers, so you could walk it in a little more than 30 minutes.

2. www.atac.roma.it suggests that you walk 400 meters in the wrong direction to the Euclide station, take the urban railway in the direction of the Flaminio station (the next one), get off and walk to the Piazza del Popolo (not far).

3. If you don't want to do the urban railroad, you can walk 50 meters to the "CIVININI F./GASTALDI B." stop, then take bus 926 as it wanders all over creation (really, at one point it even crosses the Tiber), and after 14 stops get off about 200 meters west of Piazza del Popolo at the MARIA ADELAIDE stop.

As Donna says, the bus will be 1 euro. I haven't found the urban rail fare yet (I can't remember if it's also 1 euro in the City). Note that at rush hour (8 a.m.), the Atac site says that the train runs every ten minutes, but it won't be so often all day long.

The website www.atac.roma.it (English available) is the official website for the public transit system in Rome - play with it...

Bill

Re: bus tickets in rome

by dino335

They sell bus and tram train, tickets at Tabaco, newsstands, and machines stores. Cheap , don't remember how much. You cannot but tickets on board the bus.

More info: http://www.rometoolkit.com/transport/rome_travel_pass.htm

The inbound train from Euclide goes to Piazza del Popolo, one stop, five minutes.

Personally, I would take the train to Santa Maria del Popolo , and walk to Castel San Angelo (20 minutes 1.3 Km)and back and take the same train back to your hotel.

There really isn't a direct bus for your route.

Re: bus tickets in rome

by icunme

A good way for your to map your route is to simply go to the Rome transit website yourself and you will see precise options and a map that will be most helpful - here is the English version:
http://www.atac.roma.it/index.asp?lingua=ENG
By Piazza Spagna - right in front of McDonald's - (which is not far from Piazza Popolo) there is also the little grey electric bus #116 which will take you close to Castel Sant'Angelo - you DO buy your ticket inside this bus for 1 Euro - you will exit at Santo Spirito stop with Castel Sant'Angelo in clear view - and you will have a very clear view of Castel Sant'Angelo as you cross the bridge on this bus and know that you exit at the next stop. This is not the fast route, but takes you all through Rome center and the most pleasurable. If expediency is a factor - follow the route suggested above. Dino's inbound is definitely your best route.
Shops that sell tickets have signs: "Tabacchi"

Travel Tips for Rome

The Obelisk in the centre...

by shiran_d

The Obelisk in the centre dates from the Egypt of Rameses 11 (13th century BC)
Twin Baroque churches of Santa Maria Dei Miracoli and santa Maria in Montesanto, which were complited by two 17th century masters. Gianlorenza Benini and Carlo Fontana.
Villa Borghese,
Villa Medici,
Piazza di Spangna,
Fontana della Barvaccia
Fontana di Trevi,
Palazzo del Quirinale,
Piazza Venezia, Many try this piazza because of endless traffic jams,
Vittorio Emanuel Monument, to celebrate the first king of unified Italy,
North west of the monument , the 15th cnturyPalazzo Venezia, any one with interest in fine architecture.
The Pantheon, in Piazza della Rotondo.
Classical Rome,
Colosseum,
Roman Forum,
Temple of Vesta, Just the beauty of the life the Italians live.

One day I will enjoy this life of freedom.

Water proof

by dawnelle27

Your own umbrella or else you'll be haggling "5 euro, no...how bout 4 euro" Make sure you take a water proof jacket of something of the like. My jacket ended up not being water proof and I was miserable...cold and wet

Sermoneta, Fine Linens

by von.otter about Sermoneta

The afternoon in late May that we walked into Sermoneta on via del Tritone a charming saleslady (please see photo) helped us with our purchase.

We were on the hunt for all-cotton, scene-patterned, jacquard, kitchen dishtowels. There were 10 scenes to choose from, the saleslady, who was very good in a subtle way, displayed all the choices. We picked one each from the olive oil, wine, kitchen and bread scenes, in colors blue, yellow, green and red.

Sitting on the Quirinale Hill, one of Rome’s seven original hills, this 1898 location was the first for this charming, old-fashioned, linen shop. There is one at Piazza di Spagna and another branch on the Corso.

The entire shopping experience at Sermoneta was unhurried and friendly. What a civilized way to do business. The saleslady did not speak English; it did not matter. We got our business done in a most pleasant fashion.

The store carries bed and table linens, and bath and kitchen towels at the high end of the market.

Metro Mayhem

by sandysmith

The metro can be manic at rush hour - so try to avoid! The day we went to the Vatican was before 9am and it took 3 trains before we could get on one as it was so packed - but then the 3 trains arrived in the space of 5 mins so we didin't have to wait long.

Local Deli

by nicolettart

You know, sometimes the best way to sample the local food is not in a fancy restaurant, but in a local deli. These "mom and pop" businesses sell the real food! I recall one deli just outside the Vatican walls (if you exit the Vatican Museum I think it's through the walls and on your right). We stopped to buy water, and ended up walking out with zucchini flower foccacia and millefiori honey (local honey made with a thousand flowers). The whole bill was less than 10 Euro!!!

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