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Travel by public transport in Rome


Rome is a pleasant city to walk around, to soak up the wonderful atmosphere – well at least during spring, early summer and autumn when the heat is merciful. By Taxi? Erm, the feeling of being conned in some way is constantly present, but travelling by bus or underground is cheap and works well with the support of a good map.

Most of Rome’s hotels can be found spread around the Stazione Termini area – where you arrive from the airport by train or bus. Termini is the hub for public transport. The two underground lines cross each other and almost all bus routes start here.

A ticket for one journey costs one Euro and you need to have it stamped in advance by the underground entrance or in a machine on the bus. The latter isn’t always very easy. During the rush hour travellers pour on through all three doors and it may be impossible to squeeze your way through to the machine – so what – then you’ve got a ticket for your next journey…

Tickets can be bought in newsagents or from newspaper kiosks.

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