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Welcome to our Rome Guide

 

See the symbol of Imperial Rome, the Coliseum

Ensure a return trip to Rome by throwing a coin in the Trevi Fountain

Be amazed by the splendour of the Vatican City

Wander the cobbled streets of the Trastevere area

Relax in a bar in Campo de’ Fiori and watch the world pass by

Soak up the lively atmosphere of Piazza Navona

 

Travelling to Rome

Travelling to Rome

Travelling To Overview

There are great bus and rail connections from both of Rome’s airports to the city centre.

By Rail

By Rail

An express train runs from Fiumicino Airport to Termini Central Station, taking approximately 30 minutes. Buses run from Ciampino Airport to the Anagnina metro station as well as to the local train station from where metros or trains connect to the city centre.

By Road

By Road

Shuttle bus services run from Fiumicino and Ciampino airports to the Termini Central Station. Alternatively white metered taxis operate from the airports, with the journey taking approx 40-60 minutes.

By Air

By Air

Rome has 2 airports, Fiumicino/Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) is 19 miles south-west of Rome, and Ciampino (CIA) is 9 miles south-east of Rome.

Getting Around in Rome

Getting Around in Rome

Getting Around Overview

It is advisable to walk around the city centre as most of the city’s attractions are within walking distance of one another. Alternatively the metro system is easy to use, or a taxi or bus means you can take in all the architecture as you travel.

By Bus

By Bus

Rome’s bus network is extensive and tickets must be purchased in advance from news stands, vending machines, bars or major bus stops.

By Taxi

By Taxi

Use the official metered white or yellow taxis from taxi ranks throughout the city centre. Also insist on the metered fare rather than an arranged price.

By Metro

By Metro

The metro system is perfect for visitors and is simple to master. It goes around the historic centre and only has 2 lines, A (red) and B (blue).

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The Church Village

This elegant hotel is picturesquely placed in quiet gardens close to the Vatican City. Offering a peaceful location, it is only 2 miles from Rome’s historic city centre and offers easy access with a bus stop located just outside the hotel and a metro stop a short walk away.

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Out and About in Rome

Shopping

Travel Guide Sidebar Out and About The streets of Via Condotti, Via del Corso and Piazza di Spagna are all a shopper’s paradise. For bargains on crafts, leather and glasswork check out the markets in the city centre.

Eating Out

Travel Guide Sidebar Out and About Plenty of restaurants can be found in Piazza Navona, Centro Storico, Via Cavour and around Termini Station. The Borgo district near the Vatican offers the cheapest options and Trastevere offers more authentic cuisine.

Nightlife

Travel Guide Sidebar Out and About The nightlife in Rome is very much about the laid back café and restaurant culture, with superb food and wine on offer. For nightclubs visit the Testaccio and Ostiense districts.

Bars

Travel Guide Sidebar Out and About For bars and cafés the best places are found in Campo de’ Fiori, Via della Pace, the Piazza Navona area and Trastevere.

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