Rome Tube: An Easy Way to Get Around Rome
The Rome tube is an easy and fast way to get around Rome. There are 2 lines which link the different parts of Rome and will help you move around the city without any problem. Below you can find all the information you need about the Rome tube. You can also reach places outside of Rome, using the suburban lines and the railway system in Rome. To provide better service, works for the further development of the tube in Rome have been carried out and are still going on.
Sponsored linksThe Rome tube system is satisfactory, starting at 5.30 a.m. and continuing to 23.30 p.m., with trains running every 8 minutes and for the those who want to see the city by night, there are 2 shuttle buses, 40N and 55N, which substitute the tube trains from the first to the last stop and stop at the same stops just like the tube. Those buses run every 30 minutes, from 0.30 a.m. till 5.30 a.m. Tickets cost 1 euro each and last 75 minutes from the initial validation on the A and B lines and on buses; you can only use it once on tube and several times on buses for the duration of 75 minutes from the initial validation.
Rome Tube: Routes
Going on the ATAC Spa web site of Rome, you can buy your ticket electronically (you have to activate this service first; it’s a free service, you pay only pay for the text message) and have information about savings for students and the elderly.
There are also 2 suburban lines inside Rome (fast and comfortable just like tube) and they are:
-FM1: Orte-Fara Sabina-Tiburtina (link to B line) – Fiumicino airport. First train at 5.25 a.m. and last train at 10.03 p.m.
-FM2: Rome-Tivoli. First train at 5.25 a.m. and last train at 22.43.
-FM3: Rome-Cesano Romano
-FM4: Rome-Frascati-Albano-Velletri. First train at 6.15 a.m. and last train at 23.45.
-FM5: Rome-Cerveteri-Ladispoli-Civitavecchia. First train at 6.30 a.m. and last train at 22.15 p.m.
-FM6: Rome-Frosinone (buses to Alatri, a village near Rome)
2)Railway Roma-Viterbo (most important stops: Campi Sportivi - Acqua Acetosa - Euclide - Flaminio, where there is a connection to the A line).
4)Railway Roma-Lido, stops: Piramide – Basilica San Paolo – EUR Magliana – Tor di Valle – Vitivia - Castel Bernocchi - Acilia - Ostia Antica - Lido nord - Lido Centro - Stella polare - Castel fusano - C.Colombo
Rome Tube: Other Destinations
The tram line is also important, recently amplified and some suburban railways, like Roma-Viterbo railway, which runs through the northern part of the city and the Rome-Lido railway, which goes to Ostia. As a matter of fact they are just like subways. The first line was the B1, just a part of the B line. Half of the trains coming from Laurentina, arrived at Bologna station, will continue on the B1 line till Piazzale Jonio, while the other half of the trains will keep on running on the old line till Rebibbia. The other line is the C line, which will run through the city starting from Pantano and going to Clodio. Obviously there will be a lot of different stops of the city centre, like Largo Argentina, Corso Vittorio, Castel S.Angelo.
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