How to Reach Rome
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How to Reach Rome
Rome is the capital of Italy. It is a sprawling cosmopolitan city. The city comprises of nearly 3000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Ancient ruins like the Colosseum is an important monument to depict the power of former Roman Empire. The inspiring art and architecture is the beauty of the city. Rome is known as a Romantic city and an art inspiring city. The vibrant streets here give lively nightlife to the city. Rome is known mainly for Colosseum. Colosseum is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is a Flavius amphi theater which was started by Emperor Vespasian in 80A.D. The Amphitheater has 4 floors and is elliptic in shape that holds more than 70,000 spectators. The Pantheon is known as the Temple of Roman Gods. It is known for its biggest brick dome in the history of architecture. It is the most copied of ancient work. It is considered as the work of Angels. St. Peter’s Basilica is an important point in the world of Christians. The church is dedicated to the First Pope and head of the church. It is really beautiful and is a unique example of religious and art together. Vatican Museum takes you to the smallest country of the world Vatican. It consists of priceless art collected by Popes. Also, it has precious examples of the life of every era.
Rome has only 2 airports. One is Leonardo da Vinci at Fiumicino. The airport is 32 kms from the city. Ciampino Airport is another Airport. Budget flights land here.
Best way to reach the city from Fiumicino airport is through Leonardo Express which will drop you at Stazione Terminal. The ticket is of €11. One can also take a taxi. People do not get conned by fake taxi drivers, the fare of a taxi is fixed. It takes €48 from the airport to Central Europe.
From Ciampino Airport there is a crowded and sluggish bus that takes you to the metro station at Anagnina. From there one can take a train to Stazione Terminal or Terravision Bus to the Stazione Terminal.
Rome has intercity train travels.
Train FR5 runs from Civitavecchia i.e. Rome’s cruise port. Trastevere is a station where one changes to Fiumicino airport. Ostiense is also an interchange station to Rome Metro that will take you to Colosseum.
FR1 is a train from Airport to Stazione Terminal which is cheaper than the Leonardo Express.
There are many trains from Rome which link to other cities of Italy as well. There are 3 kinds of trains:-
Frecciarossa trains are high-speed trains and charge double the fare of normal trains. Intercity trains are normal trains with stoppage at major towns.
Regional trains are the slowest trains and are relatively basic in price.
|Distance||By Air||By Road||By Train||By Sea|
|Mumbai to Rome||N/A||6.0 hours||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|New Delhi to Rome||N/A||7.0 hours||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Bangalore to Rome||N/A||7.0 hours||N/A||N/A||N/A|
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FAQ's of Rome
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There are buses and the metro for those traveling from one attraction to another in Rome. Walking is also pretty popular since most attractions are nearby.
Rome is famous for its pastas and various types of sauces that the pasta is prepared in.
Rome is a popular place to pick up various artisanal items, such as jewelry, engraved marble tablets, watches and even cheeses.
Rome is relatively one of the safest places to be at in Europe. Try to avoid the old city areas though.
Despite Vatican City being a separate country within Italy, it can be visited on the same Schengen visa.
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