Travel to Rome

Travel to Rome

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Rome is a city rich in monuments, artistic places and other beauties. Most of these are located in the historical centre.
The best way to visit Rome is on foot: churches, squares and monuments are easily reachable. There are 3000 restaurants, including pizzerias, taverns, exotic places, picture-galleries, ice-cream shops.
Rome is the capital of the religious art and in the historical centre there are more than 400 churches rich in paintings and frescoes.
As regards to the culture, there are 50 museums and picture-galleries, 200 contemporary art galleries, 42 public and private libraries, 80 theatres or theatrical clubs and more than 140 cinemas.
Getting to Rome


Arriving by air
“Leonardo da Vinci” Intercontinental Airport located at Fiumicino is the 4th in Europe for the number of passengers handled and provides the traveller with modern services and facilities. It is 30 km away in the South area from the centre of Rome which can be easily reached by public transportation and/or by taxi.

Transportation between Fiumicino Airport and Rome

> Leonardo da Vinci – Rome Termini Railway Station
Time: 40 minutes (no intermediate stops).
Trains heading for Rome leave every 30 minutes during rush hours and every 60 minutes during the other hours.
> Leonardo da Vinci – Rome Tiburtina
Time: 30 minutes.
Stops in different areas of the city among which Trastevere.
Trains heading for Rome leave every 30 minutes.
> Taxi
Time: 30-40 minutes.
Taxis are available at the international arrivals. Use only white cabs with taxi
sign on car roof (beware of unauthorised soliciting). 
Arriving by train
Rome is the focus of the Italian railway network.
Excellent Intercity service links Rome to every major town in Europe.
Termini Station, the main railway station located right in the centre of the city, provides swift service to and from all points in the country. 
Arriving by road
Italy has 6,400 km of motorways developing a technologically updated network, which reaches all regions of the country.
Rome can be easily reached by road from the motorway network “Autostrada del Sole – A1″, the longest Italian motorway going from the North to the South of the country. 



Discover Roma


Public transportation
The cost of the surface and underground transportation is the same.
Tickets of different time limit and itinerary are available at ATAC counters, news-stands, tobacconists and automatic ticket dispensers, but not in buses. All tickets must be validated at the beginning of the first trip either at underground station or on buses.
Please note that tickets must be bought before boarding on the bus.


Licensed taxis are white, have a name, an identification number, and are equipped with a taxi-meter.
Do not trust people who approach you offering private taxi service. In the city centre there are a number of taxi-ranks, like for example in Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza Venezia and Largo Argentina. A taxi can be called at the following telephone numbers: 063570, 064994, 065551.
Please remember that in this case the taxi-meter is turned on when the taxi picks up the call. Because of the frequent changes made to the rates, you should read carefully the information shown inside the taxi.

Both lines stop at the Central Railway Station Termini.
The first line, line A, links Anagnina, in the south, with Battistini, in the northwest.
The line B goes from Laurentina to Rebibbia.
The metro operates from 5:30 until 23:30 hrs. (0:30 hrs. on Saturdays) every 3-4 minutes during rush hours, every 5-6 during the day and every 8-10 minutes early morning and late evening.

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