The Metro, Bus, Tramlines, Taxis and Urban Railway are the main options when it comes to getting around Rome.
Buses are cheaper when compared to the Metro as they have more stations in tourist attractions. Working from 05.30 to 23.30, there are buses you can use specifically at night. And there are electrically powered buses called “archeobus,” which work only for the tourists. Number 110 visits most of the tourist attractions.
The Roma Pass ticket on the other hand, provides a stress free trip in Rome. This ticket is valid for 3 days and provide free entrance for 2 museums, discounts on health services, free transportation and museum entrances. This card is sponsored by Rome City Council and is only €38.50 (2019).
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