Fans of beach vacations have to pay attention to trains connecting Rome with the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. You can get from the capital to the best beaches in just 30 minutes; the fare is about 1 euro.
Rome and other major cities of the region have the well-developed public transport system. Those who expect to spend much time in the capital and explore its different areas would find it profitable to buy a single ticket. It provides free ride on all types of public transport; you can buy a ticket at every machine at any stop of public transport.
The Gipsies are fairly common nuisance which threatens tourists in almost all cities of Lazio. They mingle at railway stations and public places kindly offering various services to tourists. It’s worth remembering that Gipsies necessarily require a fee for helping to use electronic or vending machine on the station.
Tourists who expect to have a quite walk through historic streets of Rome and bring back many beautiful pictures from holidays can get into difficulties. There are always many foreign visitors in the city, so you can only dream about walks in deserted places. It’s better to take photos of attractions early in the morning, when there are not so many people.
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