Rome metro map
Rome metro map 2016. Rome metro map (Lazio - Italy) to print. Rome metro map (Lazio - Italy) to download. The Rome Metro map includes 3 metro lines, line A, line B - B1 and line C. They give you easy and quick access to all the historical sites and points of interest of Rome . From the terminus, the first and the last Rome metro observe the following times: 5:30 and 23:30, from Sunday to Thursday. Fridays and Saturdays 5:30 and 1:30 and the route of the line A is from Battistini to Anagnina. This line crosses the city from the west of the Vatican on the outskirts to the south (via Tuscolana - via Appia). .
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The ATAC network (public company managing the Rome metro) is composed of only 3 lines (network of 60km) that you see on Rome metro map. This is little compared to other major European cities such as Paris or London ( Rome metro is even one of the least extensive metros in Europe.However, this low number of metro lines is explained by a very clean peculiarity to the city of Rome : as soon as one digs, one finds historical monuments.
There are two metro lines in Rome as its shown in Rome metro map (a third is under construction). However, the Roman metro does not run directly through the center, but all around, because of the many archaeological treasures hidden in Rome subsoil. The construction of metro lines passing directly under the city center would have had devastating effects. This is also the reason why the construction of the third metro line is taking so much time in Rome.
New extensions are currently planned as well as the construction of two more lines in Rome metros map . The reason for this slow expansion is the same as in Athens: every time new tunnels are dug, archaeological remains are found. Although Rome metro has only two lines, the metro serves most places of interest in Rome. Discover below, the main stops of each line .
Nevertheless, the Rome metro remains a very practical and widely used means of transportation. Rome metro leads to the outlying suburbs where many Romans live, and remains an ideal means of locomotion for tourists. Rome metro allows you to get from point A to point B quickly as its mentioned in Rome metro map, and also passes through the main Termini station, the arrival point of many travellers.