nov 04 2011
In a hurry to get about town and don’t want to use public transport? Call a taxi company. The sole number to dial a taxi is
6 3570 Taxis licensed by Rome City Council are white and have a sign bearing the word “TAXI” on their roofs. ì
NORMAL FARES Set starting charge: weekdays (from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.) €2.80; on Sundays and holidays (from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.) €4; at night (from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.) €5.80
LUGGAGE AND EXTRA ITEMS The first piece of baggage is free. The cost of every other baggage item which measures more than 32x25x50 is €1. There is an extra charge of €2 for journeys departing from Termini station.There is an extra charge of €1 for every fifth passenger and more.
CALLING A TAXI For calls using Radio Taxi inside the GRA (Rome Ring Road) there is a fixed maximum call charge
BUS TRAM METRO
Sightseeing Rome on foot is indeed an exhausting enterprise. The public transport system of the underground, trams and buses gets you to the major tourist sites and attractions quicker. Bearing this in mind, we suggest purchasing a Roma Pass, costing 25 Euros and entitling card holders to use public transport for three days running, as well as benefit from discounts in museums, at tourist sites, shops and theatres.
A wide range of different kinds of tickets and season tickets are available with the Metrebus Roma system.
• BIT (€ 1) Valid for 75 minutes from the moment it has been stamped
• BIT (€ 4) Valid for the entire day
• BIT (€ 11) Valid for 3 days from the date it has been first stamped,
• CIS (€16 ) Valid for 7 days for an unlimited number of journeys
• BIRG Valid until midnight of the day it has been stamped
• BTR Valid for 3 days from the date it has been first stamped,
Further information may be found on the website www.atac.roma.it
110 OPEN TOURIST:
takes you to the city’s main historical and artistic sites. Operating every day, weekdays and weekends, leaving about every 15 minutes from 8.30 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. with the terminus in Piazza dei Cinquecento (Termini Station – Metro A & B). The Stop & Go route lasts around 2 hours. Tickets can be bought online, on the bus, or at the Open Trambus kiosk (Termini Station), Coliseum’s Info Box and at licensed sales points. Ticket: €15 Stop & Go 24 hrs. (updated in March 2011).
takes you through Rome’s historic centre and continues along the Park of Appia Antica. Running every day, weekdays and weekends, from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. leaving every 30 minutes from the terminus in Piazza dei Cinquecento (Termini Station). The Stop & Go route lasts around 1 ½ hours. Tickets can be bought online, on the bus, or at the Open Trambus kiosk (Termini Station), Coliseum’s Info Box and at licensed sales points.
Ticket: €15 Stop & Go 24 hrs. (updated in March 2011).
All-round “110 Open” + “Archeobus” ticket €20
CHRISTIAN ROME OPEN BUS:
1 hr. 20 mins of description of religious sites and routes. The service operates every day, including Sundays and holidays. The bus leaves every 15 minutes from Termini Station (from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.) and from St. Peter’s (from 8.40 a.m. to 7 p.m.).
Ticket: €17 Stop & Go 24 hrs. (updated in March 2011).
ROME OPEN TOUR
The service begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 11 p.m. (from 1st June to 15th September) and at 8 p.m. (from 16th September to 31st May). The tour, lasting about 1 hour and 45 minutes, envisages 17 stops (starting from: Termini, Piazza dei Cinquecento on the corner with Via Carvour; last stop Piazza della Repubblica on the corner with Via Terme di Diocleziano).
Buses run every 15/20 minutes. 24 hour Ticket: € 20 (adults); € 12 (children aged between 6 to 12 years); free for children under 6. 48 hour Ticket: € 25 (adults); € 15 (children aged between 6 to 12 years); free for children under 6. (Updated in March 2011) Tickets may be purchased on the bus, at licensed sales points or online. Further information at www.romeopentour.com e www.060608.it
BOATS IN ROME
It is slightly rash to regard the Tiber as an alternative throughway to get about the city, although it does serve as a fabulous opportunity to enjoy a relaxing panoramic trip. A number of different kinds of cruises, sponsored by Rome City Council, have in fact been working both day and night for a number of years.
The boat trips run both on an around 6 km. stretch of river running past some of the city’s most evocative and historically interesting sites from Ponte Risorgimento to Tiber Island (Isola Tiburina), and south of the city from Ponte Marconi as far as the archaeological site of Ostia Antica.
After Paris, London, Prague, it is Rome’s turn to rediscover the charm of boating and getting a totally different point of view from its very own river, the celebrated Tiber.
Bookings: Call Centre +39 06 97745498 or directly at a Last Minute Sales Point at embarkations at Castel Sant’Angelo or Isola Tiberina.
Further information is available at www.battelliroma.it
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