Lined with medieval buildings, and mini restaurants, there are tons of ways to spend your time on Trastevere Street. It is just an ocean of tranquillity in the bustling city of Rome. There is no need to search high and low to find out how to reach Trastevere Street, because there are a number of options available.
There are seven bridges that connect Trastevere Street to the city. Ponte Sisto, the historic bridge will take you to from Campo de Fiori to Trastevere. While Ponte Cestio connects Trastevere with Isola Tibertina, and Ponte Palatino links it to Ancient Rome.
Bus H runs from Termini station to Trastevere. You could probably get on this bus, or get in a hop-on-hop off sightseeing bus that will drop you off at Ancient Rome. Once you are in ancient Rome, you can cross the Ponte Palatino, one of the seven bridges that links Trastevere Street with the city. Then you can walk along the river, and fill your stomach with some tasty treats.
The Tram would be the next option that would come after bus. The #8 tram runs from the piazza Venezia or from the Roman Trastevere railway station and stops on the main street which runs along the Tiber. It's near the port of the piazza entryway to Trastevere. Once you enter the city, it's rather easy to roam around exploring, as mostly the streets are interconnected, and sometimes would get you to the same spot again and again.
If following maps, and climbing on buses and trams tires you out, then hiring a cab would be the next best option. You could hire a cab from any of the taxi stands, or one could even ask the hotel where you are staying to get you a cab.
The last and the best option would always be to give your legs some work. Nothing is a better option when compared to travelling by foot, and sightseeing in a tranquil place like Rome. It usually takes a few minutes’ walk after crossing the bridge from Ancient Rome.
According to one’s comfort, people can choose any of the transport methods, to take in all the beautiful sights of Trastevere.