Rome Transportation

  • Metro-Bus-Tram
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  • Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
    Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
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  • In the VIP lounge of FCO Airport
    In the VIP lounge of FCO Airport
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  • 1. Metro-Bus-Tram

    Rome has two underground lines. Both lines (blue and red line) crosses each other at Termini (see Termini train station) tube station. The blue line runs from Rebibbia to Laurentina and includes stops...

  • 2. Airports from & to Rome

    Rome Airport Transportation and tours is a great company to use for transfers in Rome and beyond. I arrange tours to Italy and I have arranged multiple transfers and private driver/guides for my...

  • 3. Taxis

    The one I have used for business coming and going is Pronto Taxi The webpage is in Italian, then the taxi man can speak some English....

  • 4. Train

    Rome's Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino (FCO) Airport is located about 35 km away from the city center. Of course, there are plenty of ground transportation options available, including several bus lines...

  • 5. Cars & Scooters

    If you don’t need a car in Rome, I highly recommend you not get one. The city is too busy, too crowded, and there just aren’t enough parking spaces. Rome is an easy walking city and, if you need it,...

  • 6. Tourbus

    With only a few hours available for sightseeing we decided to make use of a tour bus to maximise what we could fit in. There seem to be about five or six companies offering Hop On, Hop Off bus tours...

  • 7. Walking

    Walking is one of the best ways to explore Rome. That way, you can see the city itself instead of just the inside of a subway/bus car and what's surrounding the tourist attractions. On my first night,...

  • 8. Metro

    The metro is limited here of only two lines A and B, there is a B1 line still under expansion and the new line C has open for a good traject and there still work to do for...

  • 9. 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...

  • 10. Fiumicino – FCO - Leonardo da Vinci International Airport

    Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino (FCO) airport is the largest airport in Italy, located about 35 km away from Rome's city centre. As always, we sort of zoomed through the airport when we landed since we...

  • 11. 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...

  • 12. 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...

  • 13. Ciampino – CIA - G. B. Pastine International Airport

    as you arrive at the small ciampino airport hope you had a seat on the right hand side of the airport as you see an aerial view of the colliseum and rome as you land...once down quickly through surly...

  • 14. 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....

  • 15. 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...

  • 16. 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...

  • 17. 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...

  • 18. 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...

  • 19. 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...

  • 20. 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...

  • 21. 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...

  • 22. 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...

  • 23. 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...

  • 24. 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...


    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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