Local Transportation


Taxis licensed by Rome City Council are white and bear the sign “TAXI” on their roofs. The symbol of Rome City Council is also clearly visible on the vehicle’s front doors and the license number is shown inside the car on the back left door.

ATTENTION: Any other vehicle waiting at the airport exit could be driven by unauthorized persons and the fare could be higher.

Tourist Card

You can easily get around Rome and visit its renowned attractions by bus, by subway (“Metropolitana”), by taxi and on foot. If you plan to stay for 3 days or more, we suggest you buy the “Roma Pass” tourist card.

For any further information, please visit: http://www.romapass.it/

Bus and subway

Rome has 3 subway lines (A-B-C) and several bus routes covering most of Rome and its suburbs. A single ticket costs euro 1,50 and it is valid for 100 minutes after validation.

Buses run from 5.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m.; some night buses run after 11.30 p.m. The subway (Metro) lines run from 5.30 a.m.to 11.30 p.m. and, on Friday and Saturday nights, to 1.30 a.m. Tickets can be bought at all railway and metro stations, as well as at the authorized sales points (newsagents, coffee bars, tobacconists and P.I.T. – Tourist information points).

For further information on tickets, offers and fares: www.atac.roma.it