Quick guide to italian language

Many people who visit Rome are wary of how to move about the city, especially upon their arrival, when they find themselves, tired and on-edge from the journey, thrown into the far from efficient reality of  public transportation in Italy’s capital city. Quite often...

Transportation options for leaving Rome

The time has come to leave the Eternal City, something else that should be done in the best way possible. There will be a train or a plane to catch, or a cruise ship waiting for you, and the important thing is to arrive with plenty of time, in a comfortable, relaxed...

How not to get lost in new Fiumicino Airport Arrival Terminal T3

In this post we want show you how not to get lost in Fiumicino Airport once you get there. Follow our five steps guide illustrated on our map to find your driver quickly and safely       Passport Control: once you get out from finger this will be your first stop&go...

Sweet dreams in Civitavecchia

There are several kind of travellers, then there are infinite way to build up a journey. Cruisers that are going to start their mediterranean cruise from Civitavecchia, often, choose between three solutions on arrival. Spending some days in Rome before to embark...

How to plan your tour of Rome

...a quick Rome guide to help you to build up your tour through the wonders of the city. Below you will find some proposed routes to visit the city of Rome in complete autonomy. Each one has its own group of wonders to see, not always close to each other. If you have...

Transfer from Railway Stations to Rome

Main train stations in Rome At first Termini Station was quite the only main station in Rome,  but now, thanks to the liberalization of railway lines ( main companies are Trenitalia and NTV, there are two other efficient stations:  Tiburtina and Ostiense. Termini is...

Transfers from Fiumicino airport

When you landed at Fiumicino more than 30 km of highway will divide from the center of Rome. You will have to find a way to reach the city center and your hotel. There are several possibilities to go from the airport to the eternal city:   Shuttle bus: the...

How to reach Rome’s Fiumicino Airport from the Port of Civitavecchia

The Porto of Civitavecchia is the docking site for all domestic and international cruise companies travelling to Rome. There is no regularly scheduled bus line that goes directly to the Fiumicino Airport, leaving the following options for transfer:     Shuttle Bus...

How to get to Civitavecchia port from Civitavecchia train station

Once you get the train station in Civitavecchia the next step is to get the ARGO bus. ARGO bus station is just outside the train station and it depart every 20 minutes. Travel time is 10 minutes on average and the cost is €2 per person. The ride ends at Largo della...

Rome city airports

Rome has two airports: Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci” and Ciampino "Giovan Battista Pastine" Fiumicino is the biggest one and it has become the main Italian hub for intercontinental and international flights. It is located 30 km southwestern from Rome, easily reachable...

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