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How to Reach Churches in Rome

Discover the beauty of the churches in Rome
Churches In Rome

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How to go to churches in Rome

Rome is a living and breathing city, with narrow side streets, and beautiful ancient ruins. Rome is romantic, magical, and religious, and thus it continues to be many people's favourite city in the world. Rome being a major city, sometimes the cost of transport might dishevel your entire budget. Nonetheless, there are plenty of transport options that would not ruin your budget. Do not waste further time to figure out how to reach Religious Churches in Rome.

The two mains airports in Rome are Ciampino International Airport and Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport. All the transport facilities are available from the airport, and there are even a few direct bus services that would take you to the Termini in downtown.

  • By Bus: Rome Airport Bus offers bus services from the airport to Termini, and the ticket price mostly depends on the place you want to go. For a single ticket from airport to city, it costs € 4.90, but back and forth tickets costs € 7.90. Apart from the direct buses, there are indirect bus services that you could take up from a local bus stop.

  • By Car: It is quite easy to drive around Rome, but it's better if you don't go for this option, unless you want to kill some time struck in traffic blocks. Roman traffic is usually chaotic, and if you are driving for the first time, then the roads would get you confused. It takes time for anyone to get an idea of where to drive. Furthermore, parking is scarce in Rome, and you would have to leave your vehicles kilometres away and walk to the churches.  

  • By Bicycle: One could hire tandem to trekking bikes in Rome. There are shops that will rent you high quality, but costly bikes, and there are these street stands that will rent out cheaper versions. The price starts from almost €29 for 4 hours. But before you get on a bicycle, it would be better to discover the best way to move around or you could get lost pretty easily.

  • Tram: Tram mostly moves around the historic centre, but there are also stops convenient for the Testevera Street, Colosseum, and Vatican City.

Buses and trams are a comfortable way of transport if you are not sure with the directions, and roads. However, if you do have a thing for maps, and GPS then go for bicycles, and cars.


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FAQ's of Rome

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Which religious churches should I visit in Rome?

Out of 900 churches in Rome, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, San Giovanni in Laterano, Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, and St. Peter’s Basilica are definitely worth a visit.

To which faith religious churches in Rome belong?

Majority of churches in Rome belong to the Catholic faith.

Can I visit Vatican City in Rome on an Italy Visa?

Despite Vatican City being a separate country within Italy, it can be visited on the same Schengen visa.