ATTENTION READERS – We have found that Bing Maps, has a clear and recent mapping of our area.If you have difficulties finding us on other Map platforms, search for Via Carmelo Maravigna and you will be right next to Via Carlo Muscetta.
We are connected to the New Metro B1 Station in Piazza Conca d’Oro, via Bus Line 86. It’s a one bus ride all the way to our place. It takes about 20-35 minutes depending on traffic. The bus ride is an attraction in itself as it will tour through residential and commercial areas of the city.
It will give you the chance to mix with the regular day life of the romans while you are heading towards our new apartment in a growing part of the city.
How to reach us by public transportation
From Stazione Termini
Catch Metro B1 that goes to Piazza Conca d’Oro. From there get on Bus 86 direction “Marmorale”.
Once you’re on board get comfortable and enjoy the trip. You will get off at the end of the line in Via Vincenzo Marmorale. Top of the line or end of the line in Italian is “capolinea”(said cup-o-lynn-eea).
When you get off at the end of the street is Via Carlo Muscetta. There is a church at the corner. The 3rd buiding on the left is at n°180.
From Stazione Tiburtina
Catch the Train Line FL1 for Nomentano, the final destination of this train is Orte and it is commonly known as the Roma-Orte train. Nomentano is 1 train stop. At Nomentano you are looking for Bus 338, that has the top of the line in Via Vincenzo Marmorale. From here walk towards the church, pass it and go left. This is Via Carlo Muscetta and we are at N.180.
From Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci” International Airport
Follow indications for the Airport’s Train Station which is in front of the Terminal and connected through a series of pedestrian walkways that are on the 2nd floor. Otherwise just exit the Terminal and cross the street. The external entrance to the Train Station is located between the parking building and the office building across from the Airport.
You have 2 options from here but the easiest one is the first.
1. Train FL1 to Stazione Nomentano. This is the local train with many stops, that crosses Rome every day and reaches a place called Orte, about 90 kms outside the Capital. At Nomentano you catch Bus 338 all the way to the top of the line in Via Vincenzo Marmorale. From here a short walk towards the Church, pass it and go left on Via Carlo Muscetta to N.180. Click here to see a simple image of Train FL1’s itinerary …
In this image the yellow line are Bus86 and Bus338 arriving to destination. The black line is the walk home.
2. Train “Leonardo Express” to Stazione Termini. Then Metro B1 to Piazza Conca d’Oro and then Bus86 all the way to the top of the line in Via Vincenzo Marmorale.
From “Ciampino” Airport
Catch the Bus “Navetta” to Stazione Metro Anagnina (Subway Station). Catch Metro “A” to Stazione Termini. Then Metro B1 to Piazza Conca d’Oro.
There is also a bus service that takes you directly to Stazione Termini. Ask at the Information Booth at Ciampino Arrivals. Then Metro B1 to Piazza Conca d’Oro.
How to reach us by car
From wherever you are coming meaning you landed in one of our airports and rented a car or you are coming from other Italian cities or maybe even from Europe, once you get to Rome the first thing you will find is the GRA (Grande Raccordo Anulare), the freeway that circles Rome in it’s totality.
So you will take the GRA exit that goes in the direction of the Roma-Firenze Highway because it is right next to our exit and in this way you will be sure you’re on the shortest path.
Our exit is “uscita Bufalotta”. This exit is on the same shoulder that has the Roma-Firenze Highway exit. So just follow Roma-Firenze signs (RM-FI) until you get there.
Then follow the signs that say Via della Bufalotta, you will be passing in front of the big Mall called Porta di Roma. You will see a very big sign even from the GRA while you’re getting closer. Just pass in front of it following the Via della Bufalotta signs and you will be passing in a short tunnel that goes under the GRA itself. Keep the right under that bridge so to speak, and turn right as soon as you get out of it.
In 30 seconds there is a round-about where you turn right, and then immediately take the 1st to the left which is kind of a u-turn before the traffic lights.
Go straight for another minute (this is Via di Tor San Giovanni) and at the second set of traffic lights turn left in Via Emanuele Tesauro. At the end of this street turn left and take the first to the right (Via Vincenzo Marmorale). At the end turn left into Via Carlo Muscetta and the third building is ours.
Timing from the Airports – 30/45 minutes.
The same ticket is used for buses, trams, metro and trains within the GRA. A single ticket called BIT costs 1.50€ and is valid for 100 minutes on one or more buses plus one ride on the metro or the train. Tickets must be validated on the bus or upon entering the metro or the train. If validating the ticket is not possible common sense says to write on the ticket date, time, and where the ride began.
Ticket fares are also ..
- 6€ for one-day passes – name BIG
- 16.50€ for three-day passes – name BTI
- 24€ for seven-day passes – name CIS
Tickets can be purchased in bars, tobacconists, automatic dispensers, newsstands.
This link goes to ATAC official site, ticket page with prices and types … http://www.atac.roma.it/page.asp?p=14
The metro in Rome has two lines
- Line A
- Line B
- Line B1
The metro in Rome operates daily from 5:30am to 11:30pm and on Fridays & Saturdays last ride is at 01:30am.
From the Leonardo da Vinci Airport in Fiumicino the non-stop Leonardo Express train to Station Termini is a one-way ticket that costs 14€ – 30 minute ride.
From the Ciampino Airport there is the Terravision Coach that departs from outside the arrivals hall every 30 minutes to and from Stazione Termini. Service is available at the airport from 8:40am to 12:20am while in the Termini Station from 3:30am to 7:30pm and is located between track 1 and Via Marsala, in front of the Terra Caffé. Round-trip ticket 8€. One-way ticket 6€ at Stazione Termini.
Bus and Metro maps are available at newsstands.
- Avis (Fiumicino) – +390665011531 – +3906419941
- Maggiore (Fiumicino) – +390665010678 – +39064880049
- Europcar – +39064882854 – 800014410
- Hertz – +39064740389 – 199112211
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