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Perth, Australia
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Metro Query

Our extended family arrive in Rome 10th January and have rented an apartment near Campo dei Fiori. We are arriving in Rome at Termini and wish to use public transport to get to our apartment. Is there a Metro stop there or do we have to use alternative transport?

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1. Re: Metro Query

Have a look at the map in your guide book on Rome. There is no metro station near Campo dei Fiori.

You can take a bus 40 or 64 from outside Termini and get off on Corso Vittorio Emanuele near Piazza San Pantaleo, and walk from there.

With an extended family and luggage, I would suggest you take a taxi from the official rank outside Termini station.

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the metro is pretty worthless for tourists except to get from the Colosseum area to the Vatican area -- most of historic Rome is deep in subterranean artifacts and subway lines are not cut through there. the metro line is primarily designed to bring workers in from the suburbs. for transport in town, the buses and trams are the public transport that is most useful. there is no metro anywhere near Piazza Navona or Campo di Fiori

Perth, Australia
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3. Re: Metro Query

Thanks! Thought that would be the case. So, I'll check out the buses and trams.

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I do this route every time I go to Rome - a taxi will run just about 10 euros - well worth it when arriving to an unfamiliar place with luggage, etc. Be sure you get the taxi at the official rank and that the meter is on and, off you go.

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5. Re: Metro Query

There's no tram to the CDF from Termini. It's a bus or a taxi for you. Taxis are reasonable, and esp. if you have a lot of luggage, highly recommended for larger parties. Go to the taxi queue in front of Termini. Do NOT use an individual who approaches you away from the line. That's where you run into scams.

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6. Re: Metro Query

Thanks for that. We are a family of four adults and two children so taxis sound the way to go. Do they have larger taxis that can accommodate this size group at Termini, or will we have to take two taxis?

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