Rome Metro Map 2024

Updated: February 2024

We have two maps of the Rome Metro, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.


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Rome Metro map January 2024

Here you will find the standard metro map, including timetables. You can download the print-optimized PDF version here (size 2MB).

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Accessible Rome Metro Map 2023 with elevators

In this second map of the Rome Metro, you'll find the same information as the standard version, plus details about stations equipped for people with disabilities, such as wheelchair access, stroller spaces, and facilities for tourists with luggage. Available in PDF format ideal for printing (size 3MB).

You can download any of our maps to your hard disk, print them, or do whatever you want, but please, do not copy them onto other websites, nor create direct links to the images, as we update them with new information constantly.

If you are a tourist: You might be interested in the "The Roma Pass" combined card, valid for the main attractions of Rome, including the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, Castel Sant'Angelo, Borghese Gallery or St. Peter's Basilica Dome, Audio guide... and a 10% discount for other attractions. If interested, find more information here.

How to get from the airport to Rome

From Ciampino Airport to Rome Termini:

From Fiumicino Airport to Roma Termini:


In short:

Mode of Transportation From Cost Info
Treno Trenitalia Ciamp. Varies Connects Ciampino to Roma Termini. Duration 13 min.
Bus COTRAL Fiumic. 5-10€ Connects Fiumicino to Roma Termini. Duration 60-90 min.
Treno Leonardo Express Fiumic. 14€ Departures every 15-20 min. Duration 30 min.
Treno Regionale FL1 Fiumic. 1-3€ Connects Fiumicino to Ostiense and Tiburtina. Varying duration.


How to reach the Vatican

Arriving at the Vatican is easy. Although it's a separate state, it's located in the center of Rome. You can get there by foot, bus, metro, or taxi, and each option offers a different perspective of Rome. Here you'll find how to get to this important place of Christian faith and culture.

Means Departure Duration
On foot From Piazza Spagna. 42 min
On foot From Piazza Navona. 31 min
On foot From Campo dei Fiori. 31 min
On foot From Isola Tiberina. 43 min
On foot From Trastevere. 44 min
On foot From Colosseum. 55 min
Bus Towards Piazza del Risorgimento. Varies
Metro (Line A) Get off at Ottaviano-S. Pietro. Varies + 5 min on foot
Tram Number 19 to Piazza del Risorgimento. Varies
Taxi From Termini, about 15€. 21 min


Rome Metro FAQ

 - What are the operating hours of the Rome Metro?
The Rome Metro generally operates from 5:30 AM to 11:30 PM. On Fridays and Saturdays, the service extends until 1:30 AM.

 - What are the metro lines in Rome and their colors?
In Rome, there are three main metro lines: Line A (orange), Line B (blue), and Line C (green).

 - How can I purchase tickets for the metro?
Tickets can be purchased at automatic machines in the stations, at tobacconists, and in some bars.

 - Are there daily or tourist tickets for the Rome Metro?
Yes, there are 24, 48, and 72-hour tickets available, which offer unlimited travel for the validity period.

Is it possible to use the same ticket for buses and metro?
Yes, standard ATAC tickets are valid on the metro, buses, and trams for the specified duration. However, it is important to note that there is a limitation: it is not possible to use the same ticket to access the metro multiple times during its validity. This means that once you exit the metro turnstiles, you cannot re-enter with the same ticket.

Are there discounts available for children or groups?
Children can travel for free until the day before they turn 10 years old. Once they reach 10, they must pay for a ticket. There are no specific discounts for groups, but it is possible to purchase multiple tickets.

 - Is the Rome Metro accessible to people with disabilities?
Yes, all stations on line C are fully accessible for people in wheelchairs without the need for assistance. On lines A and B, however, most stations require the assistance of station staff for wheelchair access. It is important to note that some stations in the city center are not accessible at all, even with staff help, making it impossible for wheelchair users to access them.

 - What is the best way to reach the Vatican by metro?
Metro Line A, Ottaviano/San Pietro stop, is the closest to the Vatican.

 - Is there Wi-Fi connection in the Rome Metro stations?
Some stations of the Rome Metro offer free Wi-Fi.

 - What should I do if I lose something in the metro?
You should contact ATAC's lost and found office or go to the nearest station to report it.


Map | Timetable | Prices | Line A | Line B | Line C