Rome Transportation

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  • 1. Metro-Bus-Tram

    Such as in any big cities metro station in Rome is easy to use and faster Metro is the easiest way to get around in the city, for 1.50 euro it'll take you to your destination around the center and is...

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  • 2. Airports from & to Rome

    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...

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  • 3. Taxis

    In Rome, taxis are normally not hailed on the street, even when empty. Instead, the City has set up 63 locations where official taxis are in queues or "ranks". You can call a taxi to your location...

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  • 4. Train

    The train services are provided by Trenitalia in Italy. The rail network connects all major cities in Italy together. Also, the train is the easiest and cheapest means of transport to travel. From...

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  • 5. Tourbus

    Every city you will find them, and always recognizable on the red color To those who's time is limited in Rome this red bus is very handy, stops to all sightseeing places, so you won't miss anything...

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  • 6. Cars & Scooters

    I found this website that has parking and prices. One is only 5 Euros per day. I am planning a trip also and researching...

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  • 7. Walking

    Central Rome is eminently walkable...its historical centre is compact, and walking is very much the norm (as it is in all European cities and towns). You won't be alone (unless you are walking in the...

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  • 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...

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  • 9. Bicycle

    "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...

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  • 10. Boats

    In September 2008 i traveled with Grimaldi Prestige Ferries from Barcelona to Civitavecchia, near Rome. The crossing time was twenty one hour. It was a nice experience, the food was ok and the cabin...

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  • 11. Alitalia

    There is a daily flight from Malaga to Rome Fiumicino. Wi could not take this flight because it was complete. Most of ticket are sale on internet. Hay un vuelo diario desde Malaga a Roma Fiumicino....

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  • 12. Rent a car

    We stay in Rome for 3 days and explore the city by using the local transport. Metro's are easy to use and cheapDecember 25, we have to pick-up our car at...

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  • 13. ATAC website

    at first it doesn't seem very easy to use, but it is a powerful source of information, go to the Route Planner, make sure you have selected ENGLISH in the upper...

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  • 14. How to get to Rome from Pisa

    Our bus tour around Italy started in Mestre (continental part of Venice), continued in Verona, Florence and Pisa. Rome was our next Italian attraction. We got...

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  • 15. Fiaker

    Actually, we were standing at the Piazza Argentina trying to catch taxi for the hotel when all the sudden this fiaker appeared. I was so surprised because...

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  • 16. how to move around

    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...

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  • 17. how to go there

    TrainYou can easily travel to Rome by train from many parts of Italy. The tickets are usually very cheap (Pisa to Rome for €18 with a regional train, it’s a 4...

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  • 18. Wonderful driver (to/from airports and touring)

    We just returned from Rome, Pompeii, Positano, Amalfi and Ravello and we luck enough to be booked thru travel agent with the best driver/tour guide I've ever...

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  • 19. Brussels - Rome by Brussels 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...

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  • 20. Map Your Journey

    We did a lot of walking around Rome to see the various sights and restaurants that I had gotten from websites like this one! I found it invaluable to have a map...

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  • 21. Rome to Siena - Faster and Cheaper than the Train

    This is one of those instances in which traveling by bus is both faster AND cheaper than traveling by train in Italy. I learned about this bus (AFTER taking the...

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  • 22. The Best Full Service Travel Agency in Rome!!

    This might sound not fair(I do work for it!!) but I do really think it is the best travel agency in Rome.The conbination of American Italian Lloyd & Concierge...

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  • 23. CHEAP FLIGHT

    The cheapest way to fly to Roma is with Ryanair, they also fly nonstop, small airplanes but whit out a doubt the fastest. Buy a -Priority Boarding ticket:...

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  • 24. Really good Airline Seating info

    I used this on my flight, got the perfect seat, here's a blurb on the site:This site is now becoming quite popular, but if you haven't heard of it, it's a gem....

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  • 25. Plane

    We flew with the air company named air europa. The flight was not direct, first we flew from Málaga to Madrid airport and from madrid to rome. The service was...

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