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Transportation - Getting Around in Rome - Italy

Buses - Rome


If your stay in Rome is hardly two to three weeks long and you are intereseted in sight seeing at a reasonable price, you don't need to buy a monthly bus pass. You can travel anywhere in Rome throughout the day just by purchasing   the 'metrebus' ticket for 1Euro...

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From the airport - Rome

From the airport

Rome has two main international airports:
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Rome Fiumicino, code FCO) - well organized and connected to the center of the city by public transportation. Ciampino International Airport - (Rome Ciampino, code CIA) located to the south of the capital,...

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Metro - Rome


The Metro is the wisest choice being most punctual form of public transportation; but always remember it can get extremely crowded during rush hours, so watch out for your belongings as pickpockets are very adept at unzipping pockets of pants and purses on crowded trains.There are two metro lines...

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Taxi - Rome


Taxis are the most expensive way to get around Rome, but still if you want to travel by taxi, make sure to use authorized taxis only (white vehicles with a taximeter) as some private citizens dress up their cars to look like cabs. When you hire a cab, different charges will be levied depending on...

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