Transports in Rome

Rome is served by an integrated transport system of underground, bus and urban railway services. The companies ATAC, COTRAL and FS (now TrenItalia) manage such services that cover the whole area of Rome. The following map will help in having a comprehensive view of the facilities but please notice that some stations have been omitted and that the map may not be up to date:

The tourist often comes by airplane, and for this reason we have added a small section on airports

The city is served by more than 200 bus lines and urban railbuses, from 5:30 AM to 24:00. Nightly service is accomplished by a reduced number of lines, from 00:10 AM to 5:30 AM; night bus lines are marked with a N and are presented in the standard stop signs together with daily ones

The metro A line connects the Anagnina - Cinecittą - Quadraro area, in the south-east of Rome, with the Termini station, the historical centre and the Prati area.

The metro B line connects EUR (in the south of Rome) with the Basilica of San Paolo (St. Paul), the Colosseum (Coliseum) and the Ostiense and Termini train stations.

Fiumicino Airport "Leonardo da Vinci"

General Information:
Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) airport
Address: Via dell'Aeroporto di Fiumicino - Fiumicino
Telephone: 65951
Serves: main national and international airlines, flights
Ciampino Airport "G.B. Pastine"
General Information:
Address: Via Appia Nuova, 1651 - 00040 Ciampino
Telephone: 06 794941
Serves: national and international airlines

Termini railway station (StazioneTermini)

Address: Piazza dei Cinquecento, 53
Telephone: 06 47301
Serves: main national railway lines
Facilities for disabled persons: present and well-kept 

The Termini Station is the heart of the transport system in Rome. It is a cross for (underground) metro A and metro B lines and is the main train station in town.
A large number of bus lines start from here and, finally, a direct train link with the Fiumicino "Leonardo da Vinci" airport is available that runs about avery 15 minutes approximately.
The ground level is dedicated to standard train areas; for the underground lines stairs lead under that. 

Ostiense railway station (Stazione Ostiense)

Address: Piazzale dei Partigiani
Telephone: 06 47301
Serves: main national railway lines
Facilities for disabled persons: present and well-kept 

The Ostiense Station is both a metro and a railway station and many trains that stop in Termini also stop in Ostiense.
Even if the Termini station is larger, consider using this important stop if you have ascertained that your train is also available here.