Prices in Rome

Although Rome isn’t as expensive as London, Amsterdam or Edinburgh, it isn't a cheap city either. Find out how to save as much as possible while visiting Rome. 

Examples of daily costs: 

The following list shows the prices of a few products and services, so that you can get an idea of the prices in Rome and can plan accordingly. 

Food and drink

  • Coffee: 0,80 (US$0.9) at the bar, or 3 (US$3.3) if you have it on a terrace.
  • Beer: 2 (US$2.2)-4 (US$4.4), depending on the area.
  • Panini: 3 (US$3.3)-4 (US$4.4).
  • Slice of pizza: between 2 (US$2.2) and 4 (US$4.4).


  • One-way ticket (valid for 75 minutes): 1,50 (US$1.6).
  • Day pass, valid for a whole day: 6 (US$6.6).
  • Taxi ride from Termini station to any neighborhood of the city: between 8 (US$8.8) and 15 (US$16.5).
  • Taxi from Fiumicino Airport: 48 (US$52.7).


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