MOVING IN ROME

with BUS, TRAM, SUBWAY

Sightseeing Rome on foot is indeed an exhausting enterprise. The public transport system of the underground, trams and buses gets you to the major tourist sites and attractions quicker. Bearing this in mind, we suggest purchasing a Roma Pass, entitling card holders to use public transport, as well as benefit from discounts in museums, at tourist sites, shops and theatres

METRO BUS TILES AND TICKETS

Only euro 38.50

a) 2 museums
b) Metro, buses & trams
c) Discounts and reduced price ticketing for events, exhibitions and tourist services
d) Valid 72 hours from the first validation

Roma Pass 72 Hours, which is sponsored by Rome City Council and the Ministry for the Arts and Cultural Activities and Tourism, in collaboration with ATAC, the public transport company, is the capital’s special tourist-cultural card that enables both tourists and interested local residents, the opportunity to benefit from various discounts and services that make it easier and cheaper to enjoy the splendours of Rome.

1.Free entry to the first 2 visited museums and / or archaeological sites of your choice. Free admission includes the exhibition held in the museum.
2.Concessionary ticket to all other museums and / or archaeological sites visited thereafter. The concessionary ticket includes the exhibition held in the museum.
3.Valid 72 hours from the first validation for access to museums, archaeological sites and local public transport.
4.Free use of the city’s public transport network. It is valid on all means of local public transport operated by ATAC (bus, metro A, B, B1 and C and railway lines Roma-Lido, Roma Flaminio Piazza del Popolo-Viterbo, Roma-Giardinetti), within the territory of the Municipality of Rome. ATAC Bus line 720 to connect Ciampino Airport to Laurentina Station Metro B and the ATAC Bus line 520 to connect Ciampino Airport from/to the Metro A stations of Subaugusta (bus terminal at the square in front of the Metro stop) and Cinecittà. Must be completed in its entirety and is not transferable. The card must be presented at the request of control staff, together with a valid ID. All special connections tpl Atac, the railway lines Trenitalia FL, the connection Tiburtina/Termini/Fiumicino Airport, the connection Trenitalia “No stop” Roma Termini-Fiumicino Airport (Leonardo Express) and all connections to and from Fiumicino Airport are not included.
5.Discounted tickets to exhibitions, events and other collaborating operators and businesses (please, visit the Events and Tourist Services sections on Roma Pass web site).

At the Coliseum, Castel Sant’Angelo and Musei Capitolini Roma Pass 72 Hours holders have direct access to the security check point, without waiting in the ticket window line. We remind to visitors that in this period, according to public order reasons, controls have been intensified and therefore there might be delays due to public security operations.

In the kit:

1.The Roma Pass 72 Hours card: the card used to visit museums / archaeological sites and on the public transport system as described above.
2.Roma MAP: The map with Tourist INFOPOINTS, Metro Stations and all the Points of Interest that you can visit with Roma Pass. On the Map, you’ll find also addresses and web sites to get and visit them!

How to use it:

1.The overleaf form must be filled with name, surname and validation date;
2.The card is valid for 72 hours from the first validation and is activated at the time of the first entry to the museums/sites, and/or at the first journey on public transport;
3.Direct access for the first 2 sites. From the 3rd site onwards please apply to the ticket office for concession;
4.It must be produced along with your identity papers when required by the staff in charge;

It is a contactless card, which means no need to insert it in the reader, just touch your card against the reader.

Only euro 28.00

a) 1 museum
b) Metro, buses & trams
c) Discounts and reduced price ticketing for events, exhibitions and tourist services
d) Valid 48 hours from the first validation

Roma Pass 48 Hours, which is sponsored by Rome City Council and the Ministry for the Arts and Cultural Activities and Tourism, in collaboration with ATAC, the public transport company, is the capital’s special tourist-cultural card that enables both tourists and interested local residents, the opportunity to benefit from various discounts and services that make it easier and cheaper to enjoy the splendours of Rome during 48 hours.

1.Free entry to the first visited museum or archaeological site of your choice. Free admission includes the exhibition held in the museum.
2.Concessionary ticket to all other museums and / or archaeological sites visited thereafter during 48 hours. The concessionary ticket includes the exhibition held in the museum.
3.Valid 48 hours from the first validation for access to museums, archaeological sites and local public transport.
4.Free use of the city’s public transport network. It is valid on all means of local public transport operated by ATAC (bus, metro A, B, B1 and C and railway lines Roma-Lido, Roma Flaminio Piazza del Popolo-Viterbo, Roma-Giardinetti), within the territory of the Municipality of Rome. ATAC Bus line 720 to connect Ciampino Airport to Laurentina Station Metro B and the ATAC Bus line 520 to connect Ciampino Airport from/to the Metro A stations of Subaugusta (bus terminal at the square in front of the Metro stop) and Cinecittà. Must be completed in its entirety and is not transferable. The card must be presented at the request of control staff, together with a valid ID. All special connections tpl Atac, the railway lines Trenitalia FL, the connection Tiburtina/Termini/Fiumicino Airport, the connection Trenitalia “No stop” Roma Termini-Fiumicino Airport (Leonardo Express) and all connections to and from Fiumicino Airport are not included.
5.Discounted tickets to exhibitions, events and other collaborating operators and businesses (please, visit the Events and Tourist Services sections on Roma Pass web site).

At the Coliseum, Castel Sant’Angelo and Musei Capitolini Roma Pass 48 Hours holders have direct access to the security check point, without waiting in the ticket window line. We remind to visitors that in this period, according to public order reasons, controls have been intensified and therefore there might be delays due to public security operations.

In the kit:

1.The Roma Pass 48 Hours card: the card used to visit museums / archaeological sites and on the public transport system as described above.
2.Roma MAP: The map with Tourist INFOPOINTS, Metro Stations and all the Points of Interest that you can visit with Roma Pass. On the Map, you’ll find also addresses and web sites to get and visit them!

How to use it:

1.The overleaf form must be filled with name, surname and validation date;
2.The card is valid for 48 hours and is activated at the time of the first entry to the museum/site, and/or at the first journey on public transport;
3.It is validated on the first visited site/museum and/or the first journey on the city’s public transport network;
4.Direct access for the first site. From the 2nd site onwards please apply to the ticket office for concession;
5.It must be produced along with your identity papers when required by the staff in charge;

It is a contactless card, which means no need to insert it in the reader, just touch your card against the reader.

A wide range of different kinds of tickets and season tickets are available with the Metrebus Roma system:

BIT (€ 1,50) Valid for 100 minutes from the moment it has been stamped

ROMA 24H (€ 7,00) Valid 24 hours from first validation and for unlimited travel within the city of Rome

ROMA 48H (€ 12,50) Valid 48 hours from first validation and for unlimited travel within the city of Rome

ROMA 72H (€ 18,00) Valid 72 hours from first validation and for unlimited travel within the city of Rome

CIS (€ 24,00) Valid for 7 days from the date it has been first stamped, meaning until midnight of the third day including the day it was stamped, for an unlimited number of journeys

METRO

Line A runs from the northwest to southeast, from Battistini to Anagnina. The most important stops are the following:

-Cipro – Musei Vaticani: The closest stop to the Vatican Museums and to the Sistine Chapel.
-Ottaviano – San Pietro: This station is a few minutes’ walk from St. Peter’s Square and St. Peter’s Basilica.
-Spagna: Very convenient for visiting Piazza di Spagna and Villa Borghese.
-Barberini – Fontana di Trevi: This station is five minutes away from Trevi Fountain It is also the closest station to Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.
-Termini: Stops at Roma Termini railway station. Here, visitors can take the Leonardo Express to get to Fiumicino Airport.

Times of the first and last departures on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays of the metro A of Rome
first departure 5:30
last departure 23:30 (Friday and Saturday 1:30)

Connects the northeast to the south of Rome, from Rebibbia to Laurentina. The most important stops are the following:

-Termini: Stops at Roma Termini railway station. Here, visitors can take the Leonardo Express to get to Fiumicino Airport.
-Colosseo: Located near the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.
-Piramide: If you come in the FR1 regional train from Fiumicino, you will be able to take the metro from this stop.

Times of the first and last departures on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays of the metro B of Rome.
first departure 5:30
last departure 23:30 (Friday and Saturday 1:30)

It is a detour of metro B and covers an area north of Rome.

Times of the first and last departures on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays of the metro B1 in Rome.
first departure 5:33
last departure 23:27 – from Jonio 23:24 (Friday and Saturday 1:30)

It extends radially from the city centre eastwards, from St. John’s to the eastern outskirts of the city, beyond the GRA ring road.

Times of first and last departures on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays of the Rome metro C
first departure 5:30
last departure 23:30 (Friday and Saturday 1:30)

TOY TRAINS E TRAM

Timetables of the first and last departures on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays of the train ROME – LIDO OSTIA in Rome.
first departure 5:08 (from Ostia 5:15)
Last departure 23:30

timetables for first and last departures on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays of the TERMINI LAZIALI – CENTOCELLE train in Rome
first departure 5:30 (from Centocelle 5:03)
last departure 22:50 (from Centocelle 22:23)

Rome’s tram network has six lines:


   

TRAM N. 2 Piazza Mancini – Piazzale Flaminio

TRAM N. 3 • Piazza Thorwaldsen – Trastevere

TRAM N. 5 • Giovanni Amendola – Piazza dei Gerani

TRAM N. 8 • Piazza Venezia – Trastevere

TRAM N. 14 • Giovanni Amendola – Palmiro Togliatti

TRAM N. 19• Piazza Risorgimento – Piazza dei Gerani

SUBURBAN RAILWAY SERVICES ROME

The FL1 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Orte with Fiumicino Airport using the Florence-Rome railway and the Rome-Fiumicino railway. The frequency is 15 minutes on the Fiumicino-Fara Sabina section, 20 minutes on the Fara Sabina-Poggio Mirteto section and 25 minutes on the remaining Poggio Mirteto-Orte. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchanges with the metro and the other FL lines are Rome Tiburtina, Rome Tuscolana and Rome Ostiense.

The FL2 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Roma Tiburtina with Tivoli using the Rome-Sulmona-Pescara railway. Along its urban section it serves the districts on the eastern outskirts of Rome such as Ponte di Nona, La Rustica, Tor Sapienza and Collatino. The frequency is 15 minutes and reduced to 10 at peak times. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchange is the Roma Tiburtina station.

The FL3 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Viterbo Porta Fiorentina with Roma Tiburtina using the Rome-Capranica-Viterbo railway. The relations between Bracciano-Rome Tiburtina, Cesano-Rome Tiburtina-Monterotondo and La Storta-Roma San Pietro operate along the same lines. The frequency is 15 minutes for the Cesano-Rome route, 20 minutes for the Bracciano-Cesano route and 25 minutes for the Viterbo-Bracciano route. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchanges with the metro and the other FL lines are Rome Tiburtina, Rome Tuscolana, Valle Aurelia (Metro A) and Rome Ostiense (Metro B Pyramid and interchanges with FL1 and FL5).

The FL4 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Roma Termini with Velletri, Albano Laziale and Frascati using the Rome-Albano railway, the Rome-Frascati railway and the Rome-Velletri railway. The frequency for each branch is 15 minutes. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchange is Roma Termini station.

The FL5 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Roma Termini with Grosseto, passing through Civitavecchia using the Tyrrhenian railway. The average frequency is 15 minutes. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchange points are Roma Termini, Roma Tuscolana and Roma Ostiense.

The FL6 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Roma Termini with Cassino using the Rome-Cassino-Naples railway. The frequency is always 15 minutes, has different levels of service with direct trains to Cassino, Frosinone and Colleferro. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchange is Roma Termini.

The FL7 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Roma Termini with Formia-Gaeta Station, using the Rome-Formia-Napoli railway. The frequency is always 15 minutes. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchange is Roma Termini station.

The FL8 line of the Lazio regional railway service connects Roma Termini with Nettuno using the Rome-Formia-Napoli railway and the Albano-Nettuno railway. The frequency is always 15 minutes. It is managed by Trenitalia; the main interchange is Roma Termini station.

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