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Most monuments of Rome is located  within the invisible circle diameter 5 km. The city transport authority, ATAC, runs metro, buses and trams that operate within the city.   Travelling on public transport is not really safe, be aware, but Big Time! of pickpockets and gropers on crowded buses, and especially the 64 route between Termini and the Vatican.

ATAC Bus & Tram
ATAC buses and trams are the mainstay of Rome's transport network. There are nine tram routes, mainly serving suburban areas, and an express tram service that links Largo Argentina to Trastevere and the western suburbs. Trams and buses share the same tickets and pricing system. Owing to continual changes in the network, however, routes and numbers are subject to change.

METRO Line A / Line B
Rome has only two metro lines, which form a rough cross on the map, with the hub at Stazione Termini. Line A runs from the south-east to the north-west, line B from EUR in the south to the north-eastern suburbs. Both lines are open from 5.30am to 23:30, daily (until 0:30 saturday). 

The same tickets are valid on all city buses, trams and metro lines. They must be bought before boarding, and are available from the ATAC automatic ticket machines (scattered throughout the city), information centres, some bars and newstands and all tabacchi shops. 
When you board a bus or tram, you must stamp tickets in the machines by the rear and/or front doors. If travelling without paying looks an easy option, bear in mind that there are ticket inspectors around, and that if you are caught you will be fined 50 Euro on the spot.

Tickets Costs
1 Time (BIT): 1,50 euro   100 min valid bus&Tram / 1 Time for Metro
1 Day   (BIG): 6,00 euro
3 Days  (BTI): 16,50 euro
7 Days  (CIS): 24 euro

ROMA PASS   :  34 euro
Roma pass which is sponsored by Rome City Council and the Ministry for the Arts and Cultural activities, in collaboration with ATAC, the public transport company, is the capital's special tourist cultural card that enables both tourists and interested local residents, the opportunity to benefit from various discounts and service that make it easier and cheaper to enjoy the splendors' of Rome.

- Free entry to the first visited museum and or    archeological sites of your  choice.  Free admission included the exhibition held in the museum.

- Free use of the city's public transport network. Valid until midnight of the third day inclusive that of  the first validation for ATAC public transport within the territory of the Municipality of Rome.

Travelling on public transport is not really safe, because they'll wait  for time of pickpockets and gropers on crowded buses and metro......
But if you take a tourist sight bus.....You can enjoy to spend a great time and Safe..According your schedule and money.

Here some details for sight buses and boat.

City Sightseeing Roma   info
Bus Terminal
Line A (Via Marsala/Termini station) 9:00~
Line B(Piazza dei Cinquecento) 8:45~
Ticket : Online or visitor center (Via IV Novembre 147)

1 day: Adult
: 25 euro / Child : 12 euro
2 day: Adult : 28 euro / Child : 14 euro
2 day: Adult : 32 euro / Child : 16 euro

110 Open Bus  info
Bus Terminal
Viale Einaudi (Piazza del Cinquecento) 8.30~
Ticket : Online, On the bus, Info box (Termini)

24H(Hip-on,Hip-off ) : Adult: 20 euro
(Hip-on,Hip-off ) : Adult: 25 euro
1 day (No stop):Adult : 15 euro
)2 Adult+2 children (Max 4): 50 euro

ArcheoBus  info
Bus Terminal
Viale Einaudi (Piazza del Cinquecento) 9:00~
Ticket : Online, On the bus, Info box (Termini)

Archeobus tourist route goes through the centre of Rome and then along Via Appia Antica.

1 tour ticket ( Non stop): 15 euro
24H(Stop&Go)Adult : 20 euro
Family 48H(Stop&Go) : 50 euro

Battelli Sul Tevere        info
The view of Rome from Tiber, immersed in the heart of the Eternal City, in a
single environment, to live an unforgettable experience.
Period: April /01 ~ October/31
Depart : Castello Sant'Angelo
Start : from 10:00  every 60 min

Depart : Tiberina
Start : from 10:35  every 60 min

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