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Rome Metro B1: inaugurated the station Jonio

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On April 21, it has opened a new metro station B1 of Rome: Jonio, which becomes the new terminal. In this way, the third line of the Rome underground stretch of a mile and adds to the already existing stops Annibaliano, Libia and Conca d’oro. Work on the introduction of a third subway line in Rome began in 2009 and ... Read More »

How to get around Rome

How to get around in Rome

Rome is a very large city, with many attractions and historic places to visit not only placed in the center, but also in its neighboring areas. For this you need to carefully choose the neighborhood where to stay and figure out the best way to get around and explore Rome. The main attractions are, for the most part, in the ... Read More »

Rome subway

Rome subway

The fastest way to get around Rome, given the high number of buses, which daily invades the streets of Rome is the subway. Rome has only two main lines: the Metro A and B. Metro in these past few years have added very little to the metro B1 and the Metro C which are active for a short way. There ... Read More »

Rome boats

Rome boats

Surely the boat is not an alternative means to move in a city like Rome, but offers a different way to discover the city by its most important river: the river Tiber. For some years there is an active service that allows you to explore the city by browsing and choosing between different types of cruises during the day and ... Read More »

Rome rent car with car2go

Rome rent car with car2go

There are many car sharing services in Rome, some made available to the municipality, other private bodies designed to reduce the number of cars in the city and try to minimize the emission of CO2 with an eye on the environment, but also offering an additional service to those who can not afford the expenses related to cars. Since last ... Read More »

Rome rent a bike

Rome rent a bike

As Rome is a very busy city and disinclined to bicycles, because of its size and its traffic today is trying to make room for this means of transport on two wheels. Today there are 79 km of new pedestrian and cycle paths that include both tracks on the road and paths in the countryside. On the ATAC website you ... Read More »

Rome buses and trams

Rome buses and trams

Rome is a very large city, on foot can only be visited in the historic center, while the other parts of the city are easily accessible by tram and bus network that allow you to reach the most important attractions. Choose the tram rather than a bus depends on the areas to be achieved, but must be considered that the ... Read More »