Metro Rome: Map and Tickets 2024

Last Updated on January 29, 2024 by Dina

Rome has 3 metro lines:

  • Line A, also known as “Linea A” (orange line).
  • Line B, also known as “Linea B” (blue line).
  • Line C, also known as “Linea C” (green line).

Lines A and B intersect at Termini, the central station of the city, while the new Line C connects to San Giovanni station. Line C is rarely used by tourists as it connects the south-eastern part of Rome with the suburbs.

Metro in Rome, Map

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The additional lines you see are trams and suburban trains. The metro lines are only the blue, orange, and green ones.

Metro in Rome, Tickets

Ticket options include:

  • Standard ticket (B.I.T.): Valid for 1 metro journey or 100 minutes on any other form of transportation. €1.50
  • 24-hour ticket: Unlimited journeys for 24 hours. €7.00
  • 48-hour ticket: Unlimited journeys for 48 hours. €12.50
  • 72-hour ticket: Unlimited journeys for 72 hours. €18.00
  • Weekly ticket: Valid for 7 days. €24.00

Travel is free for children under 10 years old.

Metro in Rome, Operating Hours 

The metro operates daily from 5:30 AM to 11:30 PM.

On Fridays and Saturdays, it remains open until 1:30 AM.

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Does the Rome Metro Connect to the Airport?

No. The metro does not go to either Fiumicino Airport or Ciampino Airport.

For more information, read my articles “How to Get from Fiumicino Airport to the Center of Rome” and How to Get from Ciampino Airport to the Center of Rome.”

Tips for the Rome Metro

Regarding safety, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on your personal belongings, as in any other major capital city, as “pickpockets” are lurking.

Also, there are quite frequent strikes (in Italian: sciopero, pronounced “soperro”), and as a result, the metro may either run with limited service or remain closed. It’s a good idea to check the official website of the Rome public transport authority before you go.

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