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Roma Metropolitane

00010 Rome, Italy
+39 06 4546 40100
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Rome Metro is easy to use, fair price but be alert at all times! Nearly pick-pocketed!

After maneuvering complicated Japanese subway lines, Rome is straightforward and affordable... read more

Reviewed 26 December 2017
kat_heart_travel
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Penang
Rome Metro

Rome Metro is a good system, very cheap, reliable and gets you from point A to point B. When it... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2017
Dimitris L
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Sydney, Australia
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26 Dec 2017
“Rome Metro is easy to use, fair price but be alert at all times! Nearly pick-pocketed!”
4 Jul 2017
“A mixed bag”
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Reviewed 26 December 2017

After maneuvering complicated Japanese subway lines, Rome is straightforward and affordable. Single-use Metro tickets cost €1.50 each, good for 100 minutes from when you validate the ticket, and you can buy them at Metro stops, tobacco shops, and newsstands. We got on the Repubblica-Teatro dell'Opera...More

Thank kat_heart_travel
Reviewed 30 November 2017

Rome Metro is a good system, very cheap, reliable and gets you from point A to point B. When it works it's practically perfect, and we have found that it always works, at least for us. We have been lucky enough to have not experienced...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 29 October 2017

The Rome Metro system is probably the easiest I have used as there are currently only two lines (A & B), with a third under construction. Broadly speaking, line A runs NW to SE while line B runs NE to SW. The lines cross at...More

Thank Ste M
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Your first impressions of the Rome Metro are not likely to be too positive. Many of the stations are very gloomy and underlit and the system often feels poorly maintained and underfunded. Repubblica station was particularly grim with water dripping on the platform and a...More

1  Thank traveltastic_no1
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Our hotel was right near Termini so for us it was perfect to get around As previously mentioned there are pickpockets of all ages so have your wallet in an inaccessible place Sit down if you can but in rush hours its near impossible As...More

Thank Paul T
Reviewed 31 August 2016

I finally became a statistic today when my zipped bag was opened and the money taken out of my wallet. €200.00 lifted out without me knowing it until I got back to the hotel and I looked inside my wallet without any bills. Thankfully she...More

1  Thank Philippe V
Reviewed 6 August 2016

I find buses rather than the Metro easier to deal with in Rome. They're slower, but they reach more areas. The Metro is only three lines, and doesn't go into the historic centre. And Line C doesn't take you any place you want to go....More

Thank Kirk M
Reviewed 22 November 2015

Roma Metropolitane is useful when you want to travel to somewhere in Rome quickly and a Metro station is in the vicinity. Prepare to accept standing room only and being jammed against each other in the train. Beware of pickpockets; keep your valuables in sight....More

3  Thank Hendrik_NL
Reviewed 21 October 2015

Just two lines, but very efficient to get from A to B if your destinations are near the metro lines. Somewhat shabby, crowded. Tip: Go to the end of the platform to get a wagon that is almost empty (relatively speaking). The next train is...More

2  Thank einarse
Reviewed 10 October 2015

What can I say. Rome has some of the poorest transit of any major European city that I've been in. It's far worse then Berlin. Much cheaper but much less coverage than Paris or London. System pretty much forces you to go to Termini station...More

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