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How to use Metrebus ticket machines in Rome

Metrebus ticket machine

Step 1: Look for ticket-vending machines at Metro stations and larger tram stops. When you're ready to buy tickets, have a supply of coins in your hand.

Metrebus ticket machine screen

Step 2: Select the type of ticket that you need by tapping the touch-sensitive display. (You can also change languages, if necessary, by using the flag icons.)

Step 3: If you want more than one ticket, use the round metal buttons on the right side of the screen to adjust the number.

Step 4: When you're ready to make your purchase, insert coins or a banknote in the appropriate slot on the right side of the machine.

Step 5: Retrieve your tickets and change from the"Biglietto - Resto" slot. (The change function doesn't always work, and the machines give no more than €4 in change in any case, so it's best to pay the exact amount in coins.)

Here's a short video of a ticket purchase from a Metrebus machine:

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