Metro Rome

Rome Metro

Metro Rome: how the metropolitan railway system of the capital city of Italy works. Timetables and opening Time.

Last update: 20 February 2020

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    Rome Metro

    The metro in Rome is the fastest way to move comfortably on the vast and intricate urban map.

    The metropolitan railway system of Rome extends from north to south and from east to west on the three routes made available by the municipality and managed by ATAC, the local public service concessionaire.

    Rome Metro lines

    The three lines, each defined by a specific color, are:

    • Line A
      Color: Orange
    • Line B
      Color: blue
    • Line C
      Color: green

    The Rome metro is not particularly extensive, but allows you to easily reach most of the relevant areas and major sites of cultural and archaeological interest.

    Line A Anagnina – Battistini

    Line A Metro Rome

     

    Opening Extent Number of stations Travel time
    1980 18,4 Km 27 41 min

    Line A extends from Battistini, north-west of Rome, to Anagnina, south-east.

    Go to the interactive map

    It allows you to reach some of the most important archaeological and cultural points of interest in Rome.

    Metro station Ottaviano:

    Metro station Spagna:

    • Piazza di Spagna (on the square, to the left of the exit)
    • Villa Borghese
    • The Trevi fountain (5 minutes on foot, you’ll find precise directions on the monument page)

    Metro station Barberini:

    Line A: timetables

    First departure Last departure Last departure (Friday and Saturday)
    5:30 23:30 1:30

    Linea B Laurentina – Rebibbia

    Rome Metro: Line B. Map and Stations

    Opening Extent Number of stations Travel time
    1955 18,1 Km 22 39 min

    Line B connects the areas north-east of Rome, Rebibbia and Jonio to the Laurentina area located in the south.

    Go to the interactive map

    From the Metro Colosseo stop you can visit:

    • Colosseum (in front of the exit from the Metro station)
      Forum Romanum (to the right of the exit)
      Arch of Constantine (opposite the exit, to the right of the Colosseum)

    Line B: timetables

    First departure Last departure Last departure (Friday and Saturday)
    5:30 23:30 1:30

    Linea B1 Laurentina – Jonio

    Metro line B1 Rome

    Opening Extent Number of stations Travel time
    2012 17,2 Km 19 39 min

    Line B1, inaugurated in 2012, uses the same route as B to the Metro Bologna stop. From here it heads north, reaching the areas of Monte Sacro.

    Go to the interactive map

    Line B1: timetables

    First departure Last departure Last departure (Friday and Saturday)
    5:33 23:27 1:30

    Linea C Pantano – San Giovanni

    Rome Metro Line C: Map and Stations

    Opening Extent Number of stations Travel time
    2014 18,1 Km 22 35 min

    Line C is the Pantano-San Giovanni. It connects the entire Casilina area to the city center, far beyond the Grande Raccordo Anulare.

    Go to the interactive map

    Line C: timetables

    First departure Last departure Last departure (Friday and Saturday)
    5:30 23:30 1:30
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