Buongiorno city-lovers! Welcome back to another Wednesday edition of I Heart My City. Today’s insider guide to Rome was sent to us by American expat and foodie Katie Parla, who writes about mouth…
If you are a tourist and you are coming to Rome for the first time, some prior knowledge of Rome Public Transport System can not only help you in getting around easily but can also save you a lot of time and money while you are on vacation in Rome. Find out how you can travel and visit the various attractions, sightseeing and museums in Rome.
Rome historic center is not particularly large and since most of the monuments lie in this area, you can visit the main attractions like Colosseum and Piazza di Spagna on foot. You can choose from a variety of walking tours and hop on/hop off tours to visit the historic areas and attractions in Rome. You can also take public transport to visit all the places in central Rome and Vatican City.
Rome public transport is extensive and often a good value for tourists. Apart from point-to-point tickets, there are 1-day/3-days/week pass to cover all of Rome by bus, tram and metro. The tickets should be purchased in advance from tobacco shops, newsstands, bars, or vending machines (accept exact change only!) at metro and major bus stops.
There are numerous ways to get around in Rome, each of which offers its own unique set of benefits and potential drawbacks. Your options are quite varied and range from using public transit such as buses and the metro to taxis, cars, bicycles, and of course, walking. One of the best pieces of advice for anyone choosing to visit Rome is to book accommodations in or very near the historical center of the city, as this offers easy pedestrian access to most of the city’s biggest attractions and puts you in a central location to see all that Rome has to offer.