Trams in Rome

Trams in Rome run from 5:30 am to 12:00 midnight. Rome possesses the largest tram network in Italy. However, a lot of the routes were already replaced by buses. Currently, there are six active tramlines. The trams leave every five to ten minutes, except on Sundays where they drive less trams.

3 Main Tram Lines of Rome


Line 3: From Station Trastevere, Via Marmorata, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Viale Della, Valle Giulia

Line 8: Caseletto via Station Trastevere, Piazza Sonnino, Largo di Torre Argentina

Line 19: Piazza dei Gerani, through the Porta Maggiore, Via Flaminia, Piazza Risorgimento

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