Travel options in Rome

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From food essentials to home dinners.
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Getting around in Rome

If you’re going to drive in Rome, you’ll get a chance to better understand the Romans. In your Rome travel experience you will notice that people tend to drive according to their own rules. The charismatic Romans are very passionate people, and it is revealed on the road as well: it’s very common to see a lot of hand gesturing from the drivers. But don’t worry, it’s a fun way to see the local culture. Keep calm and drive safe!

The best way to travel in Rome is of course with a local host by your side. You can book your own private driver and he’ll take you to all the main stops and hidden gems. A vespa experience can also be included on your list, it’s such a fun way to see the city! If you’re more into walking, then your host can offer you one of his walking tours in Rome, designed especially for you. They'll help you find all the awesome things to do in Rome.

Top Roman experiences with a Private Driver

Rome's Best Views Tour on a Classic Ride

from

€150.00 p.p.

Vintage Tour with a Classic Fiat 500

from

€95.00 p.p.

90 Minutes Kickstart Tour of Rome

NEW! WITHLOCALS ORIGINALS

from

€8.00 p.p.

Public transport & taxis in Rome

In your travel to Rome, you will probably also reach the central railway station, named Termini Station. It is the main public transport point of convergence in the city: there you will find the subway, the main bus station for local buses, airport buses and trains. Inside the station there is a big underground shopping mall on two floors, including a supermarket.

The Rome travel subway system features three lines named A, B and C. Lines A and B cross at Rome Termini Railway Station, while Line C is a new line that covers the outskirts of the centre, so you will not use it often. The subway in Rome is quick and efficient and tickets can be bought from the automatic machines prior to boarding. Make sure you validate your tickets first, as many tourists get caught out by this. The Colosseum/Roman Forum (Line B) and Spanish Steps (Line A) are included in the Rome travel subway service and you can reach them within a few minutes’ walking. The Vatican Museums and St Peter's Square are also on Line A.

All local public transportation is integrated, so with the same subway ticket you can travel by bus and tram as well. Tickets can be purchased from the vending machines at subway stations and major bus stops or tobacconists, bars. On both buses and subway there is a flat fare, whether you go one stop or to the end of the line. On buses your ticket is valid for 100 minutes and with the same one you can change many buses. Public transportation is free for children less than 10 years old.

Taxis are cheaper than in many comparable cities and are white colored. The Rome Travel service is operated by private companies, licensed by the Local Authority. Be sure to use an official taxi: they display a "TAXI" sign on the roof and the Rome crest (with "SPQR") on the doors.

This is what guests are saying about our hosts

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Haruka Rome
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A Day Like a Roman Tour

Elisabetta was a great guide. She accommodated our most difficult request "we don't have requests". She took us all the must spots as well as secret spots that locals know. She shared the local history and trivia.
Absolutely recommended.

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Casey Rome
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Roman Food Tour: the 10 Tastings

Our food tour with yanira was amazing! We tried some amazing foods that we never would have found on our own! She also told us fun information about not only the food, but the area of Rome we were eating in!! One of my favorite parts about our trip!!!

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Ian Rome
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From Gladiators to Gelato: A Must-Do Family Tour

Simone did a great job of engaging with a 10, 8 and 5 year old whilst also sharing great insights with us adults too. A fun and friendly tour of Rome. Thank you