Rome metro map
Rome Metro Map
Whether it is your first time in Rome, or you have been in the Eternal City for quite some time you may not know Rome as well as you think. Rome-explorer.com's Rome metro map will allow you to plan your way around Rome quickly and easily. The following article also gives you access to other online resources provided by the city of Rome, and ATAC, the company that runs the city's public transportation network. There is also a section dedicated to visiting Rome's attractions using the Rome metro. Our Rome metro map also includes train timetables for the area surrounding Rome to help you take advantage of Rome's public transportation both inside and outside the city.
Rome Metro Map: General Info
Rome is famous for the huge range of attractions and places to see. In fact, the city is full of churches, museums, historic monuments, exhibitions and theatres which are famous all around the world. A Rome metro map will be very helpful if you want to use this resource to move easily and quickly around Rome. We suggest that you visit the following link for a detailed Rome metro map: Bus and Metro Rome.
For further information about the various kinds of metro tickets and where to buy them you can visit ATAC, which provides information in English, and where you can find the ticket, bus, and subway information you need, as well as a Rome metro map. The main Rome metro lines are the A Line and B Line. Both of them pass through the center of Rome. The A Line goes through the city from north-west to south-east, with last stops at Battistini and Anagnina. The B Line goes from south-west to north-east, with last stops at Laurentina and Rebibbia. The Rome metro runs daily from 5:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 5:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday (There is a night bus service that covers the same stops during the hours in which the metro is closed).
Rome Metro Map: Visiting Attractions on the A Line
There are a number of important attractions to visit along the Rome Metro A Line. Starting from Termini Station where the two lines intersect you have two directions to choose from to explorer Rome and its wonders. In the direction of Battistini you will be able to make stops at Barberini (Piazza Barberini), Spagna (The Spanish Steps), Flaminio (Piazza del Popolo), Ottaviano (St. Peter's Basilica), and Cipro (Vatican Museums). In the Anagnina direction you will be able to make a stop at San Giovanni (Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano).
Rome Metro Map: Visiting Attractions on the B Line
There are also a number of important attractions along the Rome Metro Line B. The most important in the Rebibbia direction is Rome's Tiburtina Station (see Rome Train Stations). The rest of the important attractions are in the Laurentina direction with stops at Cavour (Rione Monti), Colosseo (the Colosseum and Roman Forum), Circo Massimo (Circus Maximus), Piramide (Cestia Pyramid), Basilica San Paolo (St. Paul's Outside the Walls), and two stops for the EUR area.
Rome Metro Map: Other Suggestions
Rome-explorer.com is a comprehensive guide to Rome online and a useful resource for discovering Rome Attractions. By browsing through our pages you will have access to years of first hand experience that will allow you to explore Rome like a pro. For more information on Rome public transport, you can also check out our pages: Rome Metro, Rome Bus, Rome Bus Routes, and Rome Taxis.
Rome Metro Map: Venturing Beyond Rome
Once you have visited the historic center with your Rome metro map in hand, we can suggest some other places to see around the Eternal City. The following is some information about the suburban transport lines:
1) Roma-Lido: It is a daily service from 05.18 a.m. to 23.30 p.m., with 12 trains running during the rush hours.
The Rome-Lido stops are: Roma porta S.Paolo - Basilica S. Paolo - Eur Magliana - Tor di Valle – Vitinia - Casal Bernocchi – Acilia - Ostia Antica - Lido Nord - Lido Centro - Stella Polare - Castel Fusano - Cristoforo Colombo.
2) Roma-Pantano: It is a daily service from 05.30 a.m. to 21.30 p.m., with a train running every 8 minutes in the rush hours.
The Roma-Pantano stops are: Laziali - S. Bibiana - Porta Maggiore - Ponte Casilino - S. Elena - villini – Alessi – Filerete - Tor Pignattara – Berardi - Centocelle – Balzani - Stazione Centocelle – Togliatti – Grano - Alessandrino - Torre Spaccata - Torre Maura - W. Tobagi – Giardinetti - S. Antonio – Torrenova - Torre Angela - Torre Gaia - Grotte Celoni - Fontana Candida – Borghesiana – Bolognetta – Finocchio – Graniti - Pantano Borghese.
3) Roma – Viterbo: Trains start at 05.45 a.m. and finish at 22.54, except for Sunday and bank holiday days, with trains from 06.13 a.m. till 22.33.
The Roma-Viterbo stops in the city are: Flaminio – Euclide – Acqua Acetosa – Campi Sportivi – Tor di Quinto – Due Ponti – Grottarossa - Saxa Rubra – Centro Rai – Labaro – La Celsa – Prima Porta – La Giustiniana – Montebello.
The Roma-Viterbo stops outside the city are: Flaminio – Euclide - Acqua Acetosa – Saxa Rubra – Prima Porta – Montebello – Sacrofano – Riano – Castelnuovo – Morlupo – Magliano – Morolo – Rignano – S.Oreste – Pian Paradiso – Ponzano – Civitacastellana – Catalano – Fabrica – Corchiano – Cardarelli – Vignanello – Vallerano – La Selva – Soriano – S.Lucia – La Fornacchia – Vitorchiano – Bagnaia – Viterbo.
There are some hidden discoveries to be made in Rome's surrounding area. For some useful ideas check out our page Day Trip from Rome.
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