Travel advice & practical information for travelogue:
'Rome & Florence'
Consulate General of Italy
690 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021
Tel.: +1 (212) 439-8600
Fax: +1 (212) 249-4945
Embassy of Italy
51 r Varenne
Tel.: +33 (0)1 49 54 03 00
Main office: Centro Visitatori Azienda di Promozione Turistica di Roma
Via Parigi 5 (near Piazza della Reppublica)
Open 9 AM to 7 PM, closed on Sundays.
Branch on Termini Station open 8 AM to 9 PM.
Public Transportation in Rome
Rome has only two subway lines: the orange line A and the blue line B.
At the subway or train station and in tobacco stores you can buy the following types of tickets:
- Biglietto Integrato a Tempo (BIT). These can be used on the subway or bus. Tickets cost one euro and are valid for 75 minutes.
- Biglietto Integrato Giornaliero (BIG). These can be used for a full day without limitations; they cost 4 euro and are available on subways and buses.
Biglietto Turistico Integratoanale (BTI). These are valid for three days and cost 11 euro. You can use them on the subway and in buses.
Plan your trip to Italy online
Through online reservation systems like À la Carte Vacations you can book airline tickets, hotels, rental cars and holiday houses. You can build a fly-drive itinerary with maximum flexibility, book a flight plus a hotel hotel for a night or weekend. Without the limitations of package deals from travel organisations and most times for a much better price.
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