ROME

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The Travel Pack

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How to get to Rome

Although it is said that all roads lead to Rome, unless you’re on a Mediterranean cruise or touring Europe by car, the easiest way of getting to Rome is either by plane or train.

Plane

Has two international airports with over 40 million passengers through the city every year.

Train

You’re planning on discovering visiting other cities, the train an excellent option for that trip.

Bus

The bus company Eurolines operates throughout Europe. Check out their website.

Car

If you’d like to tour Europe by car and are thinking of getting to Rome this means transport.

Getting around Rome

The public transport system in Rome is very varied, cheap and user friendly.

Tram

The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally Although is not very extensive

Metro

The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally Although is not very extensive

Urban Rail

The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally Although is not very extensive

Taxi

The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally Although is not very extensive

Metro

The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally Although is not very extensive

Ticket Booking

The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally Although is not very extensive

Places To Visit

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Colosseum

Colosseum

The Colosseum, built in AD 80, was the Roman Empire’s largest amphitheatre, and still stands today as a reminder of the grandeur and barbarity of the time.
St. Peter's Basilica

St. Peter's Basilica

St. Peter’s Basilica is the most recognisable structure in the heart of the Vatican City, and is considered among the holiest sites in Christendom.
Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain is the largest Baroque water feature in Rome, located in Piazza di Trevi, right in the city centre. One of the city’s must-visits
Roman Forum

Roman Forum

The Roman Forum lies in a valley between Rome’s Palatine and Capitoline hills, where you can stroll through a vast area filled with ancient Roman ruins
Pantheon

Pantheon

Rome’s Pantheon is among the city’s most stunning landmarks. Still standing in the Piazza della Rotonda after almost 2,000 years.

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About Facilities

Rome facts & figures

The city of Rome has a population of almost 3 million, with 4,3 million living in the metropolitan area.

Electricity and plugs

«Type L» (Italian socket type) with three prongs. «Type C» (Europlug), both with a voltage of 220V. 230V, 50Hz (European or Italian plug)

Currency

The official currency in Italy is the Euro, since 1999.

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