The most useful bus lines for the traveller

"The most useful bus lines for the traveller" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Thursday 28th April 2011

The most useful bus lines for the traveller, Italy

64 - Termini: Piazza della Repubblica - Via Nazionale - Piazza Venezia - Largo Arenula - Corso Vittorio Emanuele - Largo Porta Cavalleggeri - Stazione San Pietro.

8 - A new Tram - Largo di Torre Argentina - Ponte Garibaldi - Piazza Mastai - Piazza Ippolito Nievo - Stazione Trastevere - Monteverde - Casaletto.

492 - Stazione Tiburtina - Stazione Termini - Piazza Barberini - Piazza Venezia - Corso Rinascimento - Piazza Cavour - Piazza Risorgimento - Stazione Cipro - Musei Vaticani.

23 - Piazzale Clodio - Piazza Risorgimento - Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II - Ponte Garibaldi - Via Marmorata - Piazzale Ostiense - Basilica di S. Paolo.

714 - Stazione Termini - Piazza S. Maria Maggiore - Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano - Via delle Terme di Caracalla - Via C. Colombo - Piazza G. Marconi - Piazzale P.L. Nervi.

660 - Largo Colli Albani - Via Appia Nuova -Via Appia Antica.

910 - Stazione Termini - Piazzale della Repubblica - Via Piemonte - Via Pinciana (Villa Borghese) - Piazzale Euclide - Palazzetto dello Sport - Piazza Mancini.

590 - Handicapped facilities. Same route as Metro Line A, but it runs every 90 minutes (schedule at the bus stop).
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