The Rome Metro (subway), bus, tram and trains in the city area belong to the Metrebus tariff network. You can therefore use all local public transport with one ticket.
Taking the train to Rome is the most environmentally friendly form of transport. Italy has a network of high-speed trains that are usually punctual to the minute.
Security in Rome. The center of Rome is generally safe. Even so, as in any city, you have to be careful. We explain to you where it can be dangerous in Rome and how to protect yourself. See a video about the beggars in Rome.
Rome Corona. Due to the aggressive mutations of the coronavirus, Italy has introduced a color system with white, yellow, orange and red. Rome is currently yellow zone. The situation is checked weekly. Find out what that means for your trip to Rome here.
Do’s in Rome – With our insider tips you will become familiar with Rome and learn what to do and what not to miss.
Here are our tips on the 10 don’ts in Rome. Follow these suggestions and you will enjoy a perfect time in Rome.
For your trip to Rome with children you will find here a lot of useful information to make your family vacation with children in Rome a success. Sights, guided tours for the whole family, how are the rules free admission to the roman museums and for free travel on public transport. We’ll give you tips on food, ice cream parlors and the trip to the sea, as well as information on sanitation and first aid in an emergency.
Gip and rip-offs are everywhere, even in Rome. Although much is warned, many tourists are too careless and fall into the trap. Some cases even make headlines worldwide. Read how you can protect yourself and how you should behave when confronted with an inflated bill.
Public toilets in Rome. Many Romans and Rome visitors organize to use a coffee break or a little lunch for a toilet visit. But if you are on sightseeing