Rome sightseeing and popular attractions

Metro Rome

The metro train in Rome runs daily from 5:30 am to 11.30 pm, and until 12:30 am on Saturdays.

Rome has two main metro lines, Metro Rome Line A and Line B, with both lines intersecting at the Termini Train Station. Line A runs from the northwest part of the city at the Battistini Terminal and to the southeast terminal Anagnina. Meanwhile, Line B crosses from the northeast at the Rebbibia until the EUR district.

Both Metro Lines go to the Termini (central terminal). You can easily move from one point to another because all the busses and taxis are on standby at the Termini main station.

Line C is completed, yet it won’t interconnect with Line A till 2017. An additional sidetrack is also being made in Line B. In addition to these constructions, there are plans for a fourth one, Line D.

Line A Batitstini-Anagnina

Intermediate Stops: Cornella, Valle Aurelia, Vipro, Musei Vatican, Ottaviano San Pietro, Lepanto, Flaminio, Spagna, Barberini, Termini, Vittorio Emanuele, Manzoni, San Giovanni, Re Di Roma, Ponte Lungo, Furio Camillo, Colli Albani, Arco Di Travertino, Porta Furba, Numidio Quadrato, Lucio Sestio, Giulio Agricola, Subaugusta, Cinicitta, Anagnina

Subway in Rome

Line B Rebibbia-Laurentina

Intermediate Stops: Ponte Mammolo, S. Maria D. Soccorso, Pietralata Moni Tiburtini, Quintiliani, Tiburtina, Bologna, Policlinico, Castro Petrorio, Termini, Cavour, Colosseo, Circo, Massimo, Pyramid, Garbatella, S Basilica, Paulo, Marconi, Eur Magliana, Eur Fermi

Line C

The stops are: Lodi, Pigneto, Malatesta, Teano, Gardenie, Mirti, Parco di Centocelle, Alessandrino, Torre Spaccata, Torre Maura, Giardinetti, Torrenova, Torre Angela, Torre Gaia, Grotte Celoni, Due Leoni-Fontana Candida, Borghesiana, Bolognetta, Finocchio, Graniti and Monte Compatri-Pantano.

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