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How to Reach Museums in Rome

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Museums In Rome

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How to Reach Museums in Rome

Rome Museums are one of the major attractions in Rome. The transport system in Rome is very efficient and you can choose from a variety of means to travel. Remember that you must buy your tickets before you board any public transport. You can get tickets which come as either single ticket, 24 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours passes or a 7 calendar day travel pass. The tickets can be used in all city public means of transport, including buses, the metro, trams, and trains within Rome city. Some popular ideas about how to reach Rome Museums are discussed below. Travel by metro: You can buy a metro ticket from the vending machines, tobacconists and bars. You find barriers at the metro where you slot in your ticket to be able to get in and out. The metro is the quickest means and fares are inexpensive, but it's also dirty and so full of graffiti. It also doesn’t reach most of the city, but it reaches major attraction sites. It's always filled to above capacity so don’t expect to get a seat. Travel by bus: There are many ways to buy the bus ticket and popular one being the vending machines. Common routes for tourist are very many. Some of these are:-
  • 62 goes to Argentina, Spanish Steps, Repubblica, the Vatican and Piazza Venezia.
  • 64 goes to the Vatican, Piazza Venezia Termini and Argentina.
  • 40 which is an express have a very limited stop. It goes to Piazza Pia, Piazza Venezia Termini and Argentina.
  • 81 goes to Colosseum Piazza Colonna, Piazza Venezia Vatican Museums, Spanish Steps and Circo Massimo.
  • Travel by train: It's best to buy ticket 3 or 4 months in advance because it's cheaper than buying the day you want to use. Tickets for local travel are obtainable 7 days prior to travel and you can buy the tickets online charged in Euros via credit card payment. You can select your seat number within a carriage on the train but only for high-speed and intercity trains. A confirmatory coupon is sent instantly through email. Scooters: You can rent a scooter with a class C driver's licence. They are efficient because they fit where big vehicles can't fit and it's also easy to get parking. Travel by taxis Always ensure the taxi is legitimate with an official metre so that you are not overcharged. There are many fake taxis being run by locals.

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    FAQ's of Rome

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    Which museums in Rome are worth a visit?

    Vatican museums, Santa Maria in Trastevere, Galleria Borghese, Musei Capitolini, and Palazzo Doria Pamphilj are among the best museums in Rome.

    Is photography allowed inside museums in Rome?

    Permissions may vary for each museum, it’s best to ask at the ticket or information center.

    Why should I visit historical places in Rome?

    Rome is replete with historical monuments. A great way to learn about Rome’s history and culture is to visit these sites.