Via Principe Eugenio 40, Termini Station, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Metrobus Pass Questions

by gdidde

I understand the different tickets available for the bus and metro but am a little confused on the validation stamping procedures.

I know that with a single ticket (75 minute duration) that you validate the ticket when you first board the bus. If you change buses during this 75 minute period do you have to validate on each bus?

With a one day, three day and one week ticket - do you validate the first time and then just keep the ticket in your possession or again do you validate on each boarding?

Is a weekly ticket good from Sunday to Saturday or for one week from the first validation.

I assume that when using the metro that you validate each time that you enter the turnstiles at the station - no matter which type of ticket you have.

We plan to use the public transportation system regularly during our stay in Rome and feel that it might be easier to buy a 3 day or one week pass and not have to worry about finding somehwere to purchase a ticket each time we want to use a bus or metro.

Also would anyone know if you can purchase these tickets at the San Pietro train station which we will arriving at from FCO

Want to get these things straight so that we don't incur any fines for doing the wrong procedures

Re: Metrobus Pass Questions

by leics

You only validate once, whatever type of ticket you use. You should keep the ticket in your possesssion and fill in the name/date of birth bit on the back (for other than single tickets). there are inspectors, they do not wear uniforms, fines are high.

You can go on more than one bus with the 75 minute ticket, but can (I think) only take one metro journey. At the Metro you put your ticket into the machine and it pops out again as the gates open for you to collect; it is not re-validated.

Tickets are run from their first validation, whatever the day/time.

It is miles better to buy a 3-day or week ticket, You can get them from anywhere which sells tickets (I usually get mine from the booths at Termini bus station) but tabacchi/newsagents don't always have them. You are right to think it is far, far less hassle than tryng to find ticket-seller or machines whilst wandering Rome!

Re: Metrobus Pass Questions

by adiegreen

I am also looking at three day passes but can someone confirm if the BIG ticket can be used to go to tivoli and on Cotral Line Thanks Adrian

Re: Metrobus Pass Questions

by leics

No. Tivoli is out of the city, so the pass does not apply.

The ticket will get you to Ponte Mammolo metro station. From there you walk to the bus station at the exit (it's signed) and buy your ticket at the Cotral ticket office, which is opposite the bar area. It will cost 4 euros return. Validate each ticket separately for each part of the journey.

Bus timetables here (PDF):

You can take the L1, L6 or L7.

I did this journey a week or so ago. It was extremely easy, and well worth doing.

The ticket, by the way, will get you to Ostia Antica on the suburban train line. Metro to Pyramide, then Ostia train from the same station (upstairs, to the right). Don't miss a trip to Ostia; it's a mini-Pompeii and absolutely fascinating (I have pages about it).

Travel Tips for Rome

Basilica di San Pietro, Musei...

by fandango

Basilica di San Pietro, Musei Vaticani, Cappella Sistina : The Vatican City
You will never will be on a place like this, MichelAngelo cappella sistina is really the master piece of universal art, You will agree with me, I am sure.
Very interesting the Musei Vaticani, but at least 2 days are needed to see it all, I recommend, after the Cappella sistina, The Rafaello rooms, the FraAngelico frescos, Musei Pio-Clementino, Laocoonte, and the Gallerie delle carte geografiche.
At the Basilica, you could see the fantastic MichelAngelo Pieta, through a big glass. The Bernini columnata is another master piece.

Piazza Vittorio

by trilbi

Now that the biggest outdoor food market in Rome has been moved from the piazza to a new location, it's possible to admire this big square laid out in 1870. It is surrounded by palaces with arcades at pavement level, very much alike the ones you can see in Turin but very unusual anywhere else. In the center of the Piazza are the gardens with pieces of a roman fountain of the 3rd century A.C. and a mysterious ruin of the 16th century , the Porta Magica (Magic Door). The Porta Magica originally stood in front of a gate leading to the nearby garden of the villa of the marchese Massimiliano Palombara. A legend says that the door was raised as a commemoration of a successful transmutation that took place in Christina's of Sweden chambers. Interest in alchemy and in the transmutation of lead into gold was very common in the 16th century. The inscriptions on the doorway are supposedly the instructions for this transformations but have never been deciphered (!)

Cheap taxi

by Henrik_rrb

Despite what I wrote in the Tourist trap tip, taxis in Rome are really cheap. At least compared to Sweden... Except for when going to and from the Leonardo Da Vinci-airport it's always a good choice to take a taxi in Rome. It's cheap, it's safe, and the drivers are most of the time very friendly. Specially if you try to speak some italian with them, as many doesn't speak much english.

Going to the Ciampino airport we realised the last time it was a good deal to take a taxi. Cost 30 euro as a fixed price, so if you're not alone it's a good price. The shuttle buses from Termini are always full, specially in the morning, and if you don't get a seat on the first one you'll have to wait for the second one 30 minutes later.
Much better, and quicker, with a taxi ride instead.

Also inside Rome taking a taxi is a good thing. They aren't actually supposed to stop anywhere but on taxi stops, but unlike the drivers in Milan, Rome's taxi drivers stops just about everywhere to pick you up.

There is always a starting fee, higher during evening and night, and then you'll have to pay extra if you carry any luggage in the back.

Eating in Rome - for food allergetics & vegetarian

by iris2002 about IF you have food allergies or are vega/vegetarian

I often come across a problem when I trave: I am intolerant to lactose and egg (I am not a vegan or vegetarian) but need to look for places like that in order to get something that doesn't upset my stomach.

So WHEN in Rome - here are the options for vegetarian food:

Arancia Blu v. degli Equi 58

Il Canestro viale Gorizia 51

Margutta Vegetariano - Via Margutta 118

Rosaria Cilenti - Via E. Filiberto 209

Govinda's - Via di San Simone 73/A 6-541973
Hare Krishna

Jaya Sai Ma - via A. Bargoni, 11-18 5812840
Closed mon.

La Zucca Magica - Via dei Barbieri 23 6833207
Closed Sun. AND here are some Vegetarian survival phrases ;)

Sono vegetariano - I am vegetarian
Non mangio carne, nè pollo o pesce - I don't eat meat, chicken or fish.
Sono vegano/ vegana. - I am vegan
Sono strettamente vegetariano - I am a strict vegetarian -
Non bevo il latte - I don't drink milk.
Non mangio il burro, il formaggio, le uova, o il miele - I don't eat butter,cheese, eggs, or honey.
Avete un piatto vegetariano? - Do you have a vegetarian dish?
C'e' un ristorante vegetariano qui vicino? - Is there a vegetarian restaurant near here?
C'e' del brodo di carne o pollo in questa zuppa? - Is there meat or chicken broth in this soup?
Io amo gli animali, percio' non li mangio - I love animals, so I don't eat them.

Buon Appettio!

Part I, The Exterior

by von.otter

“My intentions had been that this sanctuary of All Gods should reproduce the likeness of the terrestrial globe and of the stellar sphere.”
— Emperor Hadrian (AD 76-AD 138) his thoughts on the Pantheon

The main attraction in the Piazza della Rotonda is the Pantheon, from the Greek for ‘all the gods.’ It is our favorite building in the world.

Originally, the Pantheon was built in 25 BC by Marcus Agrippa, a Roman statesman and general. This building was destroyed by fire in AD 80. The bricks used by Emperor Hadrian to rebuild it are stamped with a date corresponding to AD 125. Hadrian paid tribute to Agrippa by having the latter’s named chiseled on the pediment of the portico (see photo #4).

The first Christian emperors closed the Pantheon, along with all other places of pagan worship, in the fourth century AD. In AD 609 the Byzantine Emperor Phocas gave the building to Pope Boniface IV, who consecrated it as the Church of Mary the Virgin and all the Martyr Saints. Because this antique pagan temple was turned into a Christian one explains why it is the most intact building to come down to us from the Ancient Romans.


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Address: Via Principe Eugenio 40, Termini Station, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy