Definitive guide

The metro of Rome

Rome's subway network has 73 stations, divided into three lines, with a total length of 60 km. It doesn't cover all parts of the city but is very useful for visiting tourist sights.

Rome’s metro provides an easy and fast connection between the Termini train station and major tourist attractions such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Piazza di Spagna, the Vatican, and others.

Despite its reduced coverage compared to other European cities, it offers an economical, reliable service with frequent intervals.

There are plans to expand the metro’s network, but the high cost and complexity of building tunnels in a city with so many archaeological remains, have put the construction work on hold.