Metro Network

The Rome Metro network includes 3 metro lines. Each one get its name by a colour, you will find this colour in any area of the metro, in this way is very easy to find your metro.

Line A, the orange line. It connects the northwest area of Rome to southeast, from Battistini to Anagnina stops. This line stops close to the main attractions in Rome: Musei Vaticani, St. Peter’s Basilica, Piazza di Spagna and Villa Borghese, Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, etc.

Line B, the blue line. It runs to the northeast to the south of Rome, from Rebibbia to Laurentina. It has stops close to Termini Railway station, Colosseum and Roman Forum.

Line C, the green one who runs through the southeastern part of the city, from Clodio-Mazzini stop to Monte Compatri-Pantano stop.

See the metro map below to find your stops.

Local Buses and Tram Network

In Rome there are various types of local buses lines. The most popular are the following:

Urban lines (U): The majority. They operate between 5 am and 6:30 am and finish at midnight.
Night buses (N): These lines run while the urban lines “stop”, that is to say, between midnight and 5:00-6:00 am.
Express (X): These lines are for the suburbs of Rome, for longer journeys.

Rome Tram Lines are the following:
Line 2: Piazza Mancini – Piazzale Flaminio.
Line 3: Piazza Thorwaldsen – Trastevere.
Line 5: Giovanni Amendola – Piazza dei Gerani.
Line 8: Torre Argentina – Trastevere.
Line 14: Giovanni Amendola – Palmiro Togliatti.
Line 19: Piazza Risorgimento – Piazza dei Gerani.

See the map below to find your stops.