When you plan a trip to Rome, you might need the following links:
- Trains: fast trains connect easily the main cities of Italy. You can compare the companies i.e. Trenitalia and Italo. You usually get better deals buying tickets in advance.
- Bus/Metro in Rome is provided by a public company called ATAC. Here you’ll find the map of the lines in the city centre. We know, it’s not easy! There are 1-day, 3-day and 1-week-passes on sale at newsstands, metro stations and tobacco shops.
- Transfers by private car: on arrival we recommend the Fiumicino Airport based company called Concora.
- Bags: if you need to transport heavy luggage in town or to store your bags after check-out, Bon Bags , Rome Left Luggage or “Stow your bags” can provide a useful service (the only bag storage in Rome is at Termini train station).
- Public toilets: finding public toilets in Rome is not easy. Here is a map. Our suggestion is to use restrooms when visiting museums, before leaving a restaurant, or any time you stop by a coffee-bar. Near the Vatican (and they plan to open in other areas too) you can find the clean restrooms of City Toilet
- Baby equipment rental (strollers, car seats, travel cots…)
- Rome Free Lounge is a space next to Piazza Venezia where you can relax and enjoy wifi and air conditioning for free. They offer paying services such as clean toilets, bag storage, booking service.
- Do not forget to check our page of links if you travel to other destinations in Italy.