Rome Tourist Board

"Rome Tourist Board" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Friday 10th June 2011

Rome Tourist Board, Italy

The Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma (Rome Tourist Board) welcomes tourists by assisting them in case of inconveniences and inefficiencies and providing them with various brochures.

Rome Tourist Information Points (PITs)

Tourist Information Points (PITs) / Punto Informativo Turistico are welcome centre kiosks for tourists visiting the city, Italian and foreign alike.
The PIT’s multilingual staff distributes tourism and cultural information to the public which has been compiled and authorised by the Rome Municipal Council’s Office for tourism.

PITs also provide reservation service and sell tourism products and services such as the “Roma Pass” tourist card and Roma &Piu' Pass, tickets and passes for ATAC Metrebus services, riverboats and the Roma Open Tour as well as the Trambus Open 110 Open Tour and Archeobus.

Furthermore as of March of 2009, PIT’s now offer tickets for the “Roma Cristiana” service, an Open Bus and Walking guided tour for those visiting Rome for religious-cultural reasons.

PITs are open 365 days a year and are located all over the centre and in the main transport terminals. Open from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm

Tourist Information Point “Ciampino”

Baggage Claim International Arrivals
From 9.00 am to 6.30 pm

Tourist Information Point "Fiumicino"

Aeroporto Internazionale "Leonardo Da Vinci"International Arrivals – Terminal B C
From 9.00 am to 6.30 pm

Tourist Information Point "Ostia Lido"

Lungomare Paolo Toscanelli
From 9.30 am to 7.00 pm

Tourist Information Point "Castel Sant'Angelo"

Piazza Pia
From 9.30 am to 7.00 pm

Tourist Information Point " Minghetti"

Via Marco Minghetti
From 9.30 am to 7.00 pm

Tourist Information Point "Navona"

Piazza delle Cinque Lune
From 9.30 am to 7.00 pm

Tourist Information Point "Nazionale"

Via Nazionalenear Palazzo delle Esposizioni
From 9.30 am to 7.00 pm

Tourist Information Point "Santa Maria Maggiore"

Via dell'Olmata
From 9.30 am to 7.00 pm

Tourist Information Point "Sonnino"

Piazza Sidney Sonnino
From 9.30 to 7.00 pm

Tourist Information Point "Termini"

Via Giovanni Giolitti, 34
Inside Office F Platform 24
From 8.00 am to 8.30 pm

Request for Brochures - Rome Tourist Board Other Services

All the publications issued by Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma (Rome Tourist Board) are listed below.

Hotel and residence book
Categories, available services and prices of Roman hotels and residences. Italian/English/French/German/Spanish edition.

Annuario
Lists, available services and prices of bed & breakfasts, lodging houses, holiday homes, private apartments, accommodation in farms, camping grounds, bathing establishments, youth hostels. Italian/English edition.

Monumental Map
This map contains the list of museums and of the most important sites and monuments of Rome and their location. On the back, useful information, a small map of the excavations of Ancient Ostia, information on the four patriarchal basilicas and on the Christian catacombs. Italian/English edition

Tesori di Roma (The Treasures of Rome)
This guide which is able to offer to tourists and operators a comprehensive survey of the incomparable cultural heritage of the city. More than 150 sites which include archaeological, medieval, modern, science, military and peculiar museums, monuments, archaeological areas and catacombs. For each site a short description, services available, prices and opening times. Italian/English edition.

Roma for Meetings and Congresses
A guide specific for operators containing data on the meeting and congress facilities offered by more than 100 congress centres, historical buildings and hotels of Rome. Data include global and single meeting/congress room capacity, technical equipment, exhibition areas and banquet room capacity. Italian/English edition.

Passeggiate Romane
18 itineraries to unveil, step after step, the wonders of Rome. Four walking tours for each season of the year and two more suggestions to help you discover the most "secret" Rome. Italian and English editions.

The Sea of Rome
The roman coast offers nature and history, modern services, art and culture to its visitors. Our guide will help you discover everything you would not expect to find in Rome. Italian and English editions.

Palazzi of the Republic
An elegant brochures on the history of the Quirinale Palace, seat of the President of the Italian Republic; of Palazzo Chigi, seat of the Prime Minister; of the Palazzo Montecitorio, seat of the Chamber of Deputies; of the Palazzo Madama, seat of the Italian Senate, and of the Palazzo della Consulta, seat of the Constitutional Court. Information on public access. Italian and English editions.

Main Office

Comune di Roma
Piazza del Campidoglio, 1
00186 Roma

Ufficio turismo
Via Leopardi 24
00185 Roma
Email: turi...@comune.roma.it
Website: www.turismoroma.it

Mauro Cutrufo Vice-Mayor with responsibility for tourism
vice...@comune.roma.it

Contact Center of Comune di Roma 060606

The Comune di Roma's tourist-cultural information Contact Center 060608 (to buy tickets for museums, shows, theatres and events in Rome, and to book an accommodation)

Information Offices

Visitor Center
Via Parigi, 5
Open: Mon - Sat, 9 - 19

Fiumicino Airport
International arrivals - terminal B
Open: Mon - Sun 8 - 19

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