Rome Transportation

  • Metro - Subway
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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 - Subway

    So if you've read my previous tip…. http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/2249b4/ ... now you have your ticket or pass in your hot little hand and are ready to roll! See this handy diagram for...

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  • 2. Train

    There are many ways of getting to central Rome from Fiumicino or Ciampino airports: it all depends on your budget, what time of day you leave/arrive, how much luggage you have and any mobility issues...

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  • 3. Bus

    The buses in Rome are managed and deployed by ATAC ( Azienda Tramvie e Autobus del Comune di Roma) before entering the bus you must have already a valid ticket, you can't buy a ticket inside the...

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  • 4. Taxis

    like in any major city, Rome has an army of taxis plying around the city of which you can hire and take you to your various destinations. The taxis are white in color, with a sign on the roof and the...

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  • 5. Fiumicino Airport – FCO

    I flew into and out of T3 at Fiumicino and didn't notice any effects of the 2015 fire. It seems that most repairs have been done and now it's just a matter of finalising everything. Getting through...

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  • 6. Driving

    In the Americas, Big Cars, Vans and SUV's are king, in Asia, the mid sized SUV's and sedans are kings, but here in Europe and particularly in Rome, the compact cars RULE! why? since the streets of...

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  • 7. Tour Buses

    The Big Tour buses is a single variety that is used all around Italy and Most of the Tour Buses here are equipped with free Wifi Service for tour guests. The buses have a two aisle and 4 seating...

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  • 8. Walking

    the best way to Tour Rome is a combinations of using a Hop on Hop Off Bus and then walking to the different attractions as this famous City has thousands of attractions of which many are not...

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  • 9. General Advice

    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 are there only for 2-3 days)! Have in...

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  • 10. Leonardo Express Train - Fiumicino Airport

    At 14 euro for a one-way trip, the Leonardo Express train is certainly not the cheapest way to get from Fiumicino airport into central Rome (Terravision and Sitbus shuttle buses are, followed by the...

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  • 11. Termini Train Station

    the termini Train Station is the main train hub of the City of Rome and provides rail connections to and from different parts of Italy and the rest of Europe as well. This huge train station is...

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  • 12. Ciampino Airport – CIA

    I've flown into Ciampino airport on half of my visits to Rome. It's an airport used by many European budget carriers and by some charter flights as well. Like Fiumicino, Ciampino airport is pretty...

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  • 13. Airport Shuttles

    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...

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  • 14. 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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  • 15. Trams

    Rome doesn't have a large number of tram routes (about 6) but they can be very useful form of transport. Services are frequent from early morning until around midnight. The official website ATAC (link...

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  • 16. Scooters - Vespas

    Scooter city - OK, no more jokes about how Italian drive - I have to say that they drive quite well - I have been "missed" by more motorcyclists than I could ever count! Note that this is classified...

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  • 17. ATAC - Rome Public Transport

    ATAC is responsible for public transportation in Rome, which includes metros, buses, and trams. While Rome is a very walkable city, Sylvain's feet were getting tired after a week so we started relying...

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  • 18. Tickets & Passes

    Uff-da, there’s a lot to see in Rome... The best way to explore this city is on foot as you’ll run into something fascinating around just about every corner but sometimes you might want to get from...

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  • 19. Terravision Airport Bus

    I purchased 5 tickets from Terravision Website for an airport transfer from Rome Airport (FCO) into Rome City (Termini Station), total cost was 20 Euros.. On 08/08/14, we got to the airport bus stop...

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  • 20. Romapass

    The Romapass is very convenient if you are planning on visiting lots of sites and museums and planning to use the bus and metro services for 3 or more days. With unlimited travel on the buses and...

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  • 21. Civitavecchia Transfer

    Just a note here for the cruise crowd: Rome is not on the sea. Rome is over an hour (by train) inland from the port town of Civitavecchia - where the ships dock. Virtual Tourist sees a lot of...

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  • 22. Cycling

    Not only does this novel little gadget get you there - you meet so many curious people along the way. These three young people were having a ton of fun with everyone on Via del Corso as they weaved in...

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  • 23. Private Drivers

    My oldest daughter told me that I could not see Rome unless I could walk. I can't walk for any distance so I viewed the coming visit to Rome with some anxiety. All of the ship tours involved...

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  • 24. Budget 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 Brussels. On another one from Rome we left 20...

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  • 25. Daytrips

    As we seem to be spending increasingly longer in Rome itself - 10 days last year and 12 coming up next month, usually at Ferragosto, we like to get our fix of Vitamin D by first principals and head to...

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