To Get Around Roma
Rome is served by an
integrated public transport system. The system includes a network of subways,
buses, trams and metro-type rail services.
The city is served
by more than 235 bus routes and 7 tram routes wich operate from 5.30am to 0.00.
Night bus services comprise
27 routes operating from 0.10 to 5.30am. These services are recognised by the
number followed by letter "N".
Bus route 110 provides a
tour of the key sites of historic interest in central Rome departing from Termini
Station at 2.30pm during winter and at 3.30pm in summer. Tickets (15.000 lires)
can be bought at Termini.
Line "A" links the
area of Tuscolana in the South-East of the city whit Termini rail Station, the
historic center of Rome and the area of Prati to the West.
Line "B" links the Eur area
with the S.Paolo basilica, the Colosseo and the rail stations of Ostiense, Termini
The subways operate from
5.30am to 11.30pm (on saturdays the last trains leaves at 0.30).
Within the central
area of Rome there are 6 key interchange stations (Flaminio, Trastevere, Ostiense,
Tuscolana, Termini and Tiburtina), operated by F.S. and COTRAL.
The bus routes 157 and 590
are reserved for passegers with impaired mobility. The 590 follows the route
of the "A"'s subway line.
Montly or annual is valid
on all public transport services within the metropolitan area of Rome.
CARD TICKET (CIS)
Is valid for 7 days on all
public transport services within the metropolitan area of Rome.
Is valid for use on
on all public transport services within the metropolitan area of Rome on the
day it is validated.
MINUTES TICKET (BIT)
Is valid for up to 75
minutes on all ATAC buses and trams, for a trip on subways lines "A" and "B"
and for a trip of any metro-type F.S. train within the metropolitan Rome's