Bus Rome: Cheap coach tickets

All bus routes Bus from Rome with Flixbus, Megabus, Ouibus
Interesting bus routes: price & duration
Bus NaplesRome
from 1.99 €
from 01h 10min
with Itabus, FlixBus, Marinobus, BlaBlaCar, Trenitalia, Distribusion,
Bus MilanRome
from 4.99 €
from 02h 52min
with Itabus, FlixBus, BlaBlaCar, Trenitalia, Distribusion,, SAIS Autolinee, Autoservizi Locatelli
Bus BolognaRome
from 4.99 €
from 01h 57min
with Itabus, FlixBus, BlaBlaCar, Trenitalia, Distribusion,, SAIS Autolinee
Bus BariRome
from 9.97 €
from 01h 10min
with ITA, Itabus, BlaBlaCar, Trenitalia,
Bus FlorenceRome
from 4.87 €
from 01h 22min
with Itabus, FlixBus, BlaBlaCar, Trenitalia, Distribusion,, SAIS Autolinee
*Prices include tax, may change at any time

Coach and Bus to Rome

The historic city of Rome has lots to offer to its visitors. When you take a bus to Rome, you get to see the ruins of the ancient city. It is a small city, and you will be able to all the sights within a day. Some of the places to visit in Rome include the Colosseum, Forum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and the Piazza Venezia, just to name a few. People are also attracted to the Mediterranean and Alpine landscapes, archaeological sites, and opera houses. After you take a bus to Rome, you can also take a cheap coach to Venice to see more of Italy. You can also opt to take an quick trip by bus to Geneva that is only a few hours away.

Trains are the most efficient means of transportation to or from the city. The main train station is the Stazione Termini, which also serves as the hub or the Roman transportation system. There are also two Metro lines running below the ground. A ticket for the bus in Rome is also valid for the train and subway services.

Fast Bus Trips and Coach Travels to Rome

When you take a coach to Rome, there are plenty of Roman tourist destinations that you can go to. And one of the most popular one is the Colosseum, which is just one and a half miles away from the Spanish steps. You can then go to various destinations within the centre of the city.

Taking the coach to Rome is something that you must do during your European holiday. Most of the major monuments are found just west of the main train station. Everything is nearby, and you can even take the day tour to go inside The Vatican and hope that you see the pope. Keep in mind that there are small areas in Rome where streets are closed to cars. That’s why it is best to walk or rent a bike to see all the interesting places you can find in Rome. You can also take a tour of Rome on a horse-drawn carriage. You can hire them from different locations in the city.

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