Rome underground

In Rome you can move comfortably in the city using the metro. No need to use the car and dive in the hectic Roman traffic!

The lines A and B follow the following schedule:

Weekdays from 5:30 to 23:30

Friday and Saturday: from 5:30 to 1:30

Sunday and holidays from 5:30 to 23:30

During peak hours you can catch a train every four minutes; at other times you can still rely on a train every 5 or 6 minutes, with 10 minutes top of waiting in less busy times.

Line A metro has 27 stations and crosses the city diagonally from north-west to south-east. It stops in the Battistini Terminal, located in the Boccea area, and Anagnina stop (Cinecittà area). If you want you can change to line B in the Termini station.

By metro B you can reach 25 stations that are located on a line from south to north-east, then taking two different directions, one to towards the east terminus Rebibbia (Ponte Mammolo), and one direction north-east to the Jonio terminus.

Metro C follows a 5:30 to 23:30 timetable everyday and has 21 stations. From the Lodi stop it connects the suburbs with Centocelle park in the South East area. The last stop out of the ring is in Mount Compass-Pantano.

Here is a map to find your way through the streets of Rome!