Rome Metro System

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    Elisa Taddei | Eyes of Rome | Tour Guide | (Edited )

    Hello, I'm Elisa and I made this video a few years ago to help people to take the subway (underground) in Rome. I hope it will be useful for you.

    In the last few years, the price of tickets has changed. The new prices and the different kind of tickets are described in the article above.

    There is an important news, now there are 4 metro lines: line A (red), line B and B1 (blu) and line C (green). The new line C which is supposed to cover the north-west of Rome. They started to build it in 2007 and there are still works in progress. Among the 30 stations only 21 are already opened (from Montecompatri-Pantano station to Lodi). Until now, this line is not connected with the others, you can take a bus or walk to be able to reach line C stations. In the future it supposes to meet line A at San Giovanni and Ottaviano Stations and line B at Colosseo station.

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    Lucas Wuthrich

    Hi, does anyone know how long it takes to get the underground from the airport to the train station termini? It looks on the map as if it's a short distance but when I looked up the cost for the cabs it said that its around 150 euros to get to the center because the drive is like 45 min. If the underground takes double that time then I would rather pay the money for the cab.

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    Customer Service (Edited )

    Hello Lucas, 

    The journey between Fiumicino airport and Termini Station is roughly the same in the taxi as it is on the metro. Even though the metro journey will only cost you 8 Euros a person rather than nearly 100 or more for the taxi, we would like to advise you to check the site to monitor the train's time. These trains arrive at Fiumicino usually once every half an hour.

    Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.


    Eyes of Rome team

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