Metro / Subway
The Rome Metro Underground Train system has just two lines named A and B.
The Rome Metro Underground Train system has just two lines named A and B. The lines intersect at Rome Termini Station, the main public transport hub in Rome.
Trains run approximately every 4-10 minutes, from 5:30am until 11:30pm every day (until 12:30am on Saturdays).
The Rome Metro struggles to meet demand, expect overcrowding, even at off-peak times. Tickets are sold in tobacconists and newsstands in Rome and Lazio, in ATAC shops and automated ticket machines in stations.
The integrated ticket, Metrebus, allows the ticket holder access to all public transport in Rome (excluding the direct rail link between Termini and Fiumicino Airport). Tickets must be bought before the start of the journey, from any metro station or authorised vendor.