Printable & PDF maps of Rome bus & night bus with informations about the ATAC network map, the stations and the lines & routes. Printable & PDF maps of Rome transportation & transport network, tourist attractions map and other maps of Rome in Italy. Rome has currently over bus lines and it can sometimes be a bit confusing to find the right bus. Find out the main bus lines in Rome, their schedules and.
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Plans des bus de Rome, centre ville et extérieur. Planification d'itinéraires. Are you visiting Rome and want to have an offline map to view without internet connectivity? Moovit has easy-to-download transportation maps in PDF format. Plan to get around Rome using public transport? Here's a step by step guide on all you need to know about using Rome's public buses and trams in city centre.
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Windows of this gorgeous hotel face Piazza San Pietro. All buses and trams travel in both directions. Electric buses In an effort to minimize pollution in the small backstreets of the historic center, the city has established several electric bus lines to navigate alleyways barely wide enough for a Vespa.
Night buses Over 20 night bus lines run from am to am. From these two piazzas buses leave for all directions every 30 minutes.
Night bus stops are marked with an owl. You can download tickets on board. Taxi If you need a taxi, remember to look for the official metered white or yellow taxis. There are taxi ranks in many locations throughout the center, but is nearly impossible to hail one driving down the streets, particularly at night.
You will need to figure out how many rides on the subways, buses, and trams you, or anyone 10 and older in your party, will make. You can validate your ticket by using machines located near the doors of the bus or tram you wish to ride.
Travelers using the metro will need to stamp their ticket at the turnstile before entering. When using a 1, 3, or 7-day ticket, you only need to stamp it once. Rome subway stations are marked with red M signs like the one shown in the image below.
Trains operate between am until pm daily. On Saturdays, the system closes at am and visit a station every 5 — 10 minutes, depending on a weekday vs. There is a C line that is partially finished, but it is not yet connected to either A or B and is of little use for most visitors to Rome. In the image above, we have placed in orange boxes the main subway stops that are of interest to tourists.
In fact, many walking tour companies start their city centre tours from this stop. Pietro and Cipro. The lines for the Vatican Museum tickets are legendary for their sheer lengths.
If you are only coming to St. Before you arrive, test out some paths on Google maps the paths between your hotel or accommodation to sights in the city that you want to see and determine if riding the subway makes sense for your trip.
As we explain below, for some hotel and accommodation locations, a bus makes more sense. As the author of this post found out, his hotel next to the Pantheon was too far from the nearest subway station, so he walked and used buses to visit the Vatican, Colosseum and the Spanish Steps rather than the subway.
Before you get yourself frustrated trying to understand this map, we recommend using Google Maps to plan out some of your trips.
Rome buses are GPS enabled, so Google and other travel apps know where your bus is and if it will be late. What you are likely to find is that you will be routed along the major arteries and the system will start to make more sense as you explore. For a larger version of this map, click here.