Transportation

Archeobus Guided Bus Tour

Archeobus Guided Bus Tour, Italy Discover the wonderful treasures of the ancient Appian Way by bus. Like the 110 Open, the Archeobus departs everyday(including holidays), every 20 minutes from Cinquecento Square (from 9:00 to 16:00) and it stops at the most famous Roman archaeological sights along the Appian way (Circo Massimo, Mura Aureliane, San Callisto and San Sebastiano catacombs, Tempio di Romolo, Circo...

Boat tours on the Tiber, passing under the bridges of Rome

Boat tours on the Tiber, passing under the bridges of Rome, Italy Fascinating boat tours on the Tiber, passing under the bridges of Rome, are a different and original way to visit the city (March to October). Departures are on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 11:00 and 16:30. You will board at Ponte Umberto I, facing Piazza Cavour and arrive at Ponte Duca d'Aosta , which connects the district of Flaminio to the Foro Italico. The tour...

Rome Underground METRO Lines System and Trains

Rome Underground METRO Lines System, Italy Rome's metro system is very useful and quite safe as long as you are alert. Although the bus network is extensive and buses run frequently (though still crowded), the metro is much simpler to master. The metro system has only two lines, A and B, which cross at Termini. There are trains from 5.30am until 10.30 pm every day (Sat. 0.30am). Metro stations on line A do not have...

Getting Around Rome By Bike and Bicycle

Getting Around Rome By Bike and Bicycle, Italy Even moderately experienced cyclists, however, may find that cycling through Rome's streets offers an unparalleled way to learn the city intimately and get around very cheaply and efficiently. While the Roman traffic is certainly chaotic to someone from a country with more regimented and enforced rules of the road, Roman drivers are, generally speaking, used to seeing bicycles...

Biking In Italy - The Dolomites: Total Miles: 150+

Biking At Italy - The Dolomites: Total Miles: 150+, Italy The Italian Dolomites, one of Europe’s most spectacular mountain ranges, offer mountain bikers of all abilities thousands of miles of trail, dirt road and WWI cart paths. The area around Lago di Garda, with its centuries-old network of hiking trails and alpine refugios, is gaining renown as a European bike mecca. It’s intoxicatingly scenic, with an intricate and well-...

Guided bus tours of Rome and mini-trips throughout Italy

Guided bus tours of Rome and mini-trips throughout Italy Many different agencies offer guided excursions to the major tourist sight of the city, occasionally including lunch or dinner at selected restaurants. Tours normally depart at around 9am, 3pm, and 8pm (contact the agencies to arrange pick-up service at your hotel) and are offered in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, and Japanese. Prices for tours within the city...

Rome Bus 110 city tour - The Major Basilicas Tour

Rome Bus 110 city tour - The Major Basilicas Tour, Italy The most convenient way to discover Rome through three thousand years of art and history. From Termini Station, every day, every half hour: from October 1st to March 31st, from 10.00 to 18.00; from April 1st to September 30st, from 9.00 to 20.00. Rome bus 110 city tour with tourist Tickets are on sale at Piazza dei Cinquecento, in front of Termini Station, at ATAC kiosk (i...

Rome Tourist Board

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....

Getting Rome By Air

Getting Rome By Air, Italy Getting Rome By Air - daytime Fiumicino Airport (Leonardo da Vinci) Rome's main airport is well-connected to the center during the day by a direct train and slower trains. The direct train between Fiumicino and Termini costs € 8,78 and takes approximately 30 minutes. It leaves from and arrives at track 22 at Termini (the main train station). Tickets can be purchased: - At...

Getting Around Rome by Buses, Trams, Metro lines and Trains

Getting Around Rome by Buses, Trams, Metro lines and Trains, Italy Tiburtina station is the main bus terminal for buses coming from or going to cities outside of region of Lazio. To reach the center from Tiburtina take metro line B in the direction of Termini, or bus 492 from the piazza in front of the station. To reach the center from Tiburtina take metro line B in the direction of Termini, or bus 492 from the piazza in front of the station...

Getting Around Rome by Buses

Getting Around Rome by Buses, Italy There are hundreds of bus lines, running from 5.30am until midnight. A complex network of over 200 bus lines covers the whole urban and suburban areas of Rome, although the effectiveness of the service is heavily affected by the city's traffic, especially in central districts. The vast majority of buses don't run on a schedule, so you never really know when they are showing...

The most useful bus lines for the traveller

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 -...

Rome Useful bus lines

Rome Useful bus lines, Italy Vatican: from Termini Bus 64 from Colosseo, walk 5 minutes to Piazza Venezia, than take Bus 64 from Trastevere 23 (Lungotevere De' Cenci). Spanish steps & Trevi Fountain: from Termini Bus 492 or 175 to Via del Tritone from the Vatican Bus 62 to Via del Tritone from Trastevere Tram 8 to Largo Argentina and Bus 62 to Via del Tritone. Colosseo: from Termini 64 to Piazza...

Rome Electric buses

Rome Electric buses, Italy In an effort to minimize pollution in the small backstreets of the historic center, the city has estabilished several electric bus lines to navigate alleyways barely wide enough for a Vespa. 116 - Via V. Veneto - Piazza Barberini - Piazza di Spagna - Corso Rinascimento - Campo de' Fiori - Piazza Farnese - Via Monserrato - Via Giulia - Terminal Gianicolo - Campo de' Fiori -...

Rome Night buses (from 12.30am to 5.30am)

Rome Night buses (from 12.30am to 5.30am), Italy There are 23 night bus lines. The main terminal stations are Termini (Piazza dei Cinquecento) and Piazza Venezia. From these two piazzas buses leave for a directions every 30 minutes. You can recognize bus stop for the night buses by signs with a owl on the top. Here is a list of the most useful routes and their major stops: 78N - Piazzale Clodio - Piazzale Flaminio - Piazza...