HOW TO GET TO ROME
Two are the main airports in Rome, please find all transfers' information at the links below:
Rome is connected to the main Italian towns, as well as less touristy places throughout the Country,
thanks to TRENITALIA ’s complete railway network.
Main train stations in Rome are:
Termini Railway Station, central hub of public transport for Subway A and B, and Buses (end of lines 310)
Tiburtina Railway Station Metro B, buses end of line 649 and 495
Going to/Coming from Florence or Naples: Highway A1
Going to/Coming from the east coast: Highway A24
Follow directions for Roma Termini Railway Station, University "La Sapienza" and Policlinico Umberto I°
Contact booking phone numbers: +39 06 3570; +39 06 5551
The public transport system of the underground, trams and buses gets you to the major tourist sites and attractions quicker.
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
Or try ‘Roma Pass’ that 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 48/72 hours.