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 on payment of a toll at the exit. Coming from the North you need to take the highway A1 Rome-Milan, for those coming from the west of Italy can take the Aurelia and then the A12 Civitavecchia – Rome. Coming from the Adriatic coast can be accessed the A24 L’Aquila-Rome, from the South, however, you should take the A1 Napoli – Roma.
All these highways leading to the GRA, a ring road around Rome and that does not include the payment of a toll, has thirty exits leading from the city center to the suburbs further away.
To reach the center of Rome you need to take the exit Aurelia (North) or Appia (South) for those arriving from the north, while those coming from the south or from the Adriatic coast you can take the exit 13 of the GRA in the direction Tiburtina and then head towards the city center.
The GRA is traditionally very busy especially during rush hours in the morning and then in the evening, before and after office hours, but also at weekends when people fall from the trip out of town.
Before you travel, remember to bring your green card international and documents of the car and be sure to travel on the highway you have to pay a toll.
It should be known that in the historical center of the city are the ZTL (limited traffic zone) indicated by traffic signs and illuminated displays for transit through because you need a special permit issued dall’Atac.
Choose to travel within the city of Rome is very difficult because of the many cars available and the difficulty of finding, once you pick a destination, it is best to travel by public transport or think of walking routes.