Rome has 3 underground lines, A, B, B1 and many bus lines. The tickets can be bought in all the kiosks and tobacco shops at the price of 1.50 Euro.
UNDERGROUND STATIONS AND HERITAGE SITES
CIPRO- VATICAN MUSEUMS
- MUSEI VATICANI
To get information about time-tables and guided tours, check the website:
- OTTAVIANO- SAN PIETRO
Saint- Peter’s Church, the neighborhood of Borgo Pio, Castel Sant’ Angelo, the Adrian’ Fortress, the shopping streets of Prati’ neighborhood.
Piazza del Popolo, the twin churches, Villa Borghese, the shopping at Via del Corso.
Piazza di Spagna, the stairs of Trinità dei Monti, Fontana di Trevi, Via del Babuino and Condotti’ streets of shopping, the art galleries and Fellini’s Home in Via Margutta.
Piazza Barberini, Via Veneto (the street of “Dolce Vita”).
The Thermal Baths of Diocleziano, Via Nazionale, The Exposition Palace (to learn about the ongoing events, refer to the website: www.palazzoesposizioni.it)
- SAN GIOVANNI
The Church of San Giovanni in Laterano, the market of Via Sannio during the week.
The train station, to be avoided after the sunset.
Via Cavour, Fori Imperiali’s Avenue, Piazza Venezia.
The Coliseum, Colle Oppio, Monti’s neighborhood and its tiny-streets, handcrafted shops and restaurants.
- CIRCO MASSIMO
Circo Massimo, Aventino’ Hill, the Park of the Orange Trees, the churches of Santa Sabina and Santa Prisca, the “keyhole limpet” of the gate of Malta’s Knights Priorate.
The neighborhood of Testaccio, heart of the Roman’ tradition, famous for its market in the morning, and its pubs in the night; the Macro (Museum of contemporary art: for the ongoing events, check the website: http://www.museomacro.org); Over the Testaccio Bridge, every sunday morning, it is possible to visit the largest and most ancient open-air market of Rome, PORTAPORTESE.
PLACES REACHEBLE BY BUS
CAMPO DE’ FIORI and PIAZZA NAVONA stand along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. From our B&B, go toward via Gregorio VII, take the bus number 98 and reach the end of the line at VIA PAOLA (it takes about 15 minutes ). Following on Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, you’ll arrive at Torre Argentina, where you can take tram 8 and in 2 stops you can reach TRASTEVERE, the famous area known for his pubs and typical tiny-streets. The neighborhood of Trastevere stands at the feet of Gianicolo’ Hill, from whose terrace it is possible to admire the fabulous view of Rome.