The Trevi Fountain

Location and how to get there

Being one of the most famous monuments of the capital, and moreover being located in the central area of the city, the Fountain can be reached by various means of public transportation , by taxi or even by foot.

By metro

The Trevi Fountain doesn’t have its own stop, so the closest one is “Barberini”, on line A. Once you exit the metro, the fountain will be 600 meters away from you (an 8-minute walk). You’ll just have to follow Via del Tritone for about 500 meters and then turn left onto Via dei Poli.

The cost of a single ticket (BIT) is €1.50, but the metro also offers 24h, 48h, 72h, or weekly tickets.

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By tram

The closest tram station to the Fountain is Piazza Venezia, on line 8. Once you get to the stop, the Fountain will be 900 meters away (an 11-minute walk). To get there just take Via del Corso and then turn right into Via delle Muratte. At this point, the monument will be only 200 meters away from you.

BIT tickets for €1.50 (for a single journey) can be used for Rome’s tram network, as well as other available public transportation options.

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By bus

This is the mode of transportation that offers the most options, although the speed of bus service is often diminished by downtown traffic.

Lines 52, 53, 62, 63, 71, 83, 85, 117, 160, 492 all stop at Tritone/Fontana Di Trevi, about 200 m from the fountain. Lines 51 and 119 stop at Largo Chigi, 300 m from the Fountain.

Line
Nearest stop*
Itinerary
Line 492 52 53 62 63 71 85 83 117 160 51 119
Nearest stop* Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Tritone/Fontana di Trevi Largo Chigi Largo Chigi
Itinerary It crosses Rome from east to west, connecting Cyprus with Tiburtina Station. This line departs from the Archimede stop, towards the center, passing the Villa Borghese. This line departs from the Mancini station, arrives at Largo Chigi and returns to the station of departure. Line that leads from Tiburtina Station almost to the gates of the Vatican, near Castel Sant’Angelo. It connects an external area in the north-east of Rome with the center, ending near Tiber Island. This line starts from Tiburtina Station, arriving in the Largo Chigi area, and then returns to the station of departure. From Termini station, this line passes through the center towards the southeast of Rome, to non-touristic areas. It connects two areas outside the center of Rome, from northeast to south, passing through the center and stopping at Corso/Minghietti. This line traverses the center of Rome, from San Giovanni in Laterano to the Largo Chigi district and back. It crosses Rome from north to south, connecting Villa Borghese with Montagnola, and stopping at Corso/Minghetti. Its route covers a part of the central area of Rome, starting and returning to the San Giovanni stop. This line also departs and returns to the same station, Piazza Venezia, stopping at many of the major tourist attractions.

The city buses use the same tickets that are also valid for the metro, trams, and suburban trains. The cost of a single bus ticket is therefore always €1.50 (BIT) and is valid for all other means of public transportation.

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By taxi

Cabs are obviously the most comfortable option, but they are also the most expensive and are not guaranteed to be the fastest way to get to the Trevi Fountain due to the heavy traffic in the central area of Rome.

However, this means of transport is a good option if you feel like chatting with a cab driver, who can tell you a few secrets of the city or entertain you with his typical Roman humor.

The best way to get a cab in Rome is to book it by phone, mobile apps, or simply by going to a cab stand.

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By foot

Definitely the most recommended option to enjoy the monumental beauty of the Eternal City to the fullest. Being in close proximity to many other places of interest, the Trevi Fountain can easily be included in a walk through the central area of Rome.

For example, you could follow a route passing Rome’s most popular fountains: the Fontana delle Naiadi near the train station, the Fontana del Tritone in Barberini, the corner of the Quattro Fontane, the Trevi Fountain, and finish at the three fountains of Piazza Navona.

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Location and how to get there