Car parks near Rome metro

Let’s be honest, who hasn’t dreamt of going to Rome someday? As you can imagine, this is what makes it one of the most visited cities of Italy. Between its historical monuments, archaeological sites and atmosphere, it is a very attractive destination for tourists from all over the world. However, finding a place to park in Rome is a more of a nightmare than anything else…

Especially in the historical centre of Rome, you will find many monuments and places of historical and artistic interest. However, to protect the Roman heritage and to allow tourists to discover the city with greater peace of mind, the city has set up limited traffic zones (ZTLs) for the vehicle circulation in Rome.

If you have decided to go to Rome by car to visit the capital’s wonders, we only have one recommendation for you: park your car in Rome and move around the city on foot or via public transport in order to avoid the traffic problems.

As well as the bus and tram lines that allow you to reach all the districts of Rome, the city is also served by metro lines.

The metro of Rome has three lines available for you. It’s without doubt the quickest and most convenient way for moving around the historical centre of Rome without wasting time having to move your car every time.

Parclick recommends several car parks for you in Rome, all located near metro stations, where you can park your vehicle safely while you enjoy discovering the Italian capital!

With Parclick, parking in Rome is no longer a problem, as you can finally park easily while visiting Rome by metro during your dream trip to Rome!

Moving around by metro in Rome

Tickets and prices

The metro in Rome can really take you to any part of the town. You will be able to reach the unmissable sights of Rome but, to take the metro you must purchase a ticket.

The ordinary ticket (B.I.T) costs 1.50€, it is valid for 100 minutes after its validation and can be used for an unlimited number of trips in the network transport (bus, tramway). However, it allows only one access to the Rome metro. So, this means that you can only use it once to take the metro, then you’ll have to continue your journey by bus and tram when you exit the metro.

There are also other types of tickets that you can buy:

  • Weekly tickets (C.I.S): Valid 7 days from the time of validation. It is reserved for personal use as it is necessary to write your name on the ticket. Price: 24.00€.
  • Rome 24H: Valid 24 hours after validation. It can be used within 24 hours for an unlimited number of trips on the network.
  • Rome 48H: Valid 24 hours after validation. It can be used within 24 hours for an unlimited number of trips on the network. Price: 7.00€.
  • Rome 72H: Valid 72 hours after validation. It can be used within 72 hours for an unlimited number of trips on the network. Price: 18.00€.
  • Monthly personal ticket: Valid for the month indicated on the receipt, for an unlimited number of trips on the network. It can only be used by a single person. Price: 35.00€.
  • Monthly interpersonal ticket: The conditions of usage are the same as for the monthly personal ticket. The only difference is that the monthly interpersonal ticket can be used by more than one person. Price: 53.00€.

Keep in mind that children under 10 years of age can travel free of charge on the entire Rome public transport network, provided they are accompanied by an adult with a valid travel document.

Frequency of the metro in Rome

Opening hours and night network

You can use the Rome metro every day of the year, but the schedules may vary depending on the day of the week.

Indeed, from Sunday to Thursday, Rome's three metro lines (A, B and C) operate from 5:30 am to 11:30 pm.

On Friday and Saturday, lines A and B are in service from 05:30 am to 01:30 pm while line C ends its service at 11:30 pm, which is the same on the other days of the week.

However, during public holidays (including December 24, 25 and 26), schedules may be subject to change, so we advise you to consult the metro website.

Trains pass frequently, so there is no need to run and catch one because the next train will arrive a few minutes later (especially if you are on holiday!).

However, if you have to travel in Rome by night, you can use the night bus lines as an alternative. They that follow the same route and stop by the same places as the metro. The night buses are:

- Substitute for Line A: N1

- Substitutes for line B: N2, N2L and N2P

- Substitute for Line C: N28

Let's move on to Rome's metro lines!

Line A

Battistini – Anagnina

The metro line A of Rome (orange line) serves 27 stations, adding up to a total of 18.4 km from the station of Battisini to Anagnina. Here are the stops:

  • Battistini
  • Cornelia
  • Baldo degli Ubaldi
  • Valle Aurelia
  • Cipro
  • Ottaviano
  • Lepanto
  • Flaminio
  • Spagna
  • Barberini
  • Repubblica
  • Termini
  • Vittorio Emanuele
  • Manzoni
  • San Giovanni
  • Re di Roma
  • Ponte Lungo
  • Furio Camillo
  • Colli Albani
  • Arco di Travertino
  • Porta Furba – Quadraro

The line A allows you to take line B at Termini station and Roma Termini station.

Line B

Jonio/Rebibba – Laurentina

The metro line B of Rome (blue line) covers a distance of approximately 23.5 km with a total of 26 stops. This line is divided into two sections both leading to the terminus Jonio (line B1) and Rebibbia (line B).

Here is the full list of stations on Line B of the Rome Metro:

Da Jonio

  • Jonio
  • Conca d’Oro
  • Libia
  • S. Agnese/Annibaliano

Rebibbia

  • Rebibbia
  • Ponte Mammolo
  • S. Maria del Soccorso
  • Pietralata
  • Monti Tiburtini
  • Quintiliani
  • Tiburtina

They then join to serve the following stations:

  • Bologna
  • Policlinico
  • Castro Pretorio
  • Termini
  • Cavour
  • Colosseo
  • Circo Massimo
  • Piramide
  • Garbatella
  • Basilica S. Paolo
  • Marconi
  • EUR Magliana
  • EUR Palasport
  • EUR Fermi
  • Laurentina

Line C

Fori Imperiali – Monte Comparti – Pantano

The metro line C of Rome (green line) is particular: it has not yet been completed according to the initial project. The line is currently only active from Monte Compatri - Pantano station to Lodi station.

Line C now exclusively serves the eastern suburbs and the capital.

The complete project includes 24 stations, but only 21 of them are active over a distance of about 18 km.

The list of stations of line C of the metro in Rome that are currently in service is the following:

  • Lodi
  • Pigneto
  • Malatesta
  • Teano
  • Gardenie
  • Mirti
  • Parco di Centocelle
  • Alessandrino
  • Torre Spaccata
  • Torre Maura
  • Giardinetti
  • Torrenova
  • Torre Angela
  • Torre Gaia
  • Grotte Celoni
  • Due Leoni – Fontana Candida
  • Borghesiana
  • Bolognetta
  • Finocchio
  • Graniti
  • Monte Compatri – Pantano

Currently, Line C does not foresee any possible change with Rome's other two metro lines. The activation of the last stations of line C is a priority.

Line C will be connected to line A thanks to San Giovanni station and line B thanks to Fori Imperiali station.

Begin exploring Rome and don't forget to book a parking space near a metro station in Rome with Parclick. You'll be able to travel all over the capital in no time! Consult the Parclick map and choose the car park in Rome that suits you best and book your parking space in Rome in a few clicks at always the best price!

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