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Metro/Bus (Rome)

Metro/Bus (Rome)

Metro/Bus (Rome)

 

Metro/Bus (Rome): Rome’s local metro system is called Metropolitana by locals (and is managed by ATAC, the public transport firm that runs not only the Metro, but also Rome’s bus and tram lines as well). The metro runs approximately every 7-10 minutes, from 5:30am until 11.30pm every day (until 12:30am on Saturdays).

A wide range of different kinds of tickets and season tickets are available with the ATAC transport system:

• BIT (€ 1,50) Valid for 100 minutes from the moment it has been stamped
• BIG (€ 6) Valid for the entire day for an unlimited number of journeys until midnight
• BTI (€ 16,50) Valid for 3 days from the date it has been first stamped, meaning until midnight of the third day including stamping, for an unlimited number of journeys
• CIS (€24 ) Valid for 7 days from the date it has been first stamped, meaning until midnight of the third day including the day it was stamped, for an unlimited number of journeys
• BIRG Valid until midnight of the day it has been stamped and for an unlimited number of an unlimited journeys in the selected zone at the time of purchase of card
• BTR Valid for 3 days from the date it has been first stamped, meaning until midnight of the 3rd day including the day it has been stamped and for an unlimited number of journeys in the selected zone at the time the card was purchased.
• CRS Valid for 7 days starting from the date of the first time it has been stamped, meaning until midnight of the 7th day including the day it has been stamped, for an unlimited number of journeys in the selected zone at the time the card was purchased.

Tickets can be purchased in newsstands, tabacchis, or vending machines.

See the local system’s website for a detailed Metro & bus map: www.atac.roma.it/files/doc.asp?r=4