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How to get to Rome

How to get to Rome

How to get to Rome

“All roads lead to Rome” was an old saying, you just have to choose the most convenient. Rome is one of the most connected view of Italy whereas it is the center of the political life of the whole country and also the most important city for tourism. A dense network of air and road, allows to reach easily from ... Read More »

How to get to Rome by plane

How to get to Rome by plane

Rome has two airports: the Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) and the Pastine Ciampino. Fiumicino Airport is the most important of which come the scheduled domestic and international. Ciampino, however, in recent years has become the reference airport for low cost airlines such as Ryan Air, Easy Jet, Hapag Lloyd Express, Wizz Air and Central Wings. International Airport Leonardo da Vinci ... Read More »

How to get to Rome by train

How to get to Rome by train

The main stations of Rome are two: the Stazione Tiburtina and Termini Station. The arrival in either station depends on the departure city, the times and the type of train, to control the information you need to take as a reference the Trenitalia website, the most important Italian company transport of iron and Italo, the new high-speed line. Termini Station ... Read More »

How to get to Rome by bus

How to get to Rome by bus

Rome is connected with many Italian cities large and small, and also with some European capitals for those who choose to move by bus. Almost all bus lines connecting Rome to the rest of Italy arrive in the square opposite the Tiburtina station. Inside the terminal you can book and buy tickets to the chosen city, ticket offices are divided ... Read More »

Hot to get to Rome by car

Hot to get to Rome by car

The fastest way to get to Rome is definitely the plane, but for those who want to get in the Eternal City by car or by moto you need to get information on all access roads to the city, and knowing that it is a very busy. The major thoroughfares connecting Italy are called highways, linking all major Italian places ... Read More »