Getting around Rome The public transport system in Rome is very varied, cheap and user friendly. These are the main means of transportation in the city: Metro The Metro in Rome has three lines that cross the city diagonally. Although is not very extensive, there are stops near the city's top attractions. Read more Bus Due to the limitations of the metro in Rome, if you want to get around the city using public transport, you will often need to take a bus. Read more Tram Rome has six tram line. However, they don't reach the centre of Rome and are therefore, less useful for tourists. Find out about the lines, fares and hours. Read more Urban Railway Rome has three urban railway lines called Ferrovie Urbane. These trains complement the city's subway, are run by the same company, have the same fares and use the same tickets. Read more Taxis Taxi drivers in Rome are not always honest and can be very expensive. Find out how to get a taxi, the official rates, taxi company numbers, and advice not to get swindled. Read more Transport Tickets and Travel Cards Depending on the kind of transportation that you will be using and the length of your stay in Rome, you can buy different kinds of tickets. Discover them Read more You may also be interested in Termini Railway Station Roma Termini railway station is Rome’s most important train station. Every day 800 trains arrive and depart from this station, with over 480,000 passengers daily, making it the largest train station in Italy. Metro The Metro of Rome only has three lines and is currently the smallest metro system in Europe. Nevertheless, it reaches the city's most important landmarks.