Rome for Visitors
ABOVE: Locals fish from shore in Rome's cruise
port of Civitavecchia. INSET BELOW: Passengers
board the Leonardo Express
train to Fiumicino Airport.
the years, we've maintained a directory of travel links for Rome, but we're now
expanding it into a more comprehensive Rome for
Visitors travel-planning site (partly as a service to the more
than 1.5 million travelers who rely on our
Venice for Visitors site each year
and who, in many cases, are also visiting Rome).
As a first step toward expanding our Rome guide, we've added a series of
articles on Rome's airports, Metro trains, buses, trams, taxis, and related
You'll find other articles listed on our
Rome Sightseeing and
More About Rome pages.
planning a Cruise, don't miss our 35-page section about
Rome's port of Civitavecchia
(including the cheapest ways to get to and from the harbor).
For more trip-planning resources, please see our
Rome Accommodations Index and
Rome Travel Links.
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