The Italian capital is also a bus transport hub, and is connected to plenty of Italian and European destinations. For those travelling from the UK, Eurolines provide buses to Rome. Baltour provides buses from Paris to Rome, along with other French cities like Lyon or Marseille. Flixbus is the only firm operating on the Munich to Rome route, and provide a daily departure for German visitors. Most buses to Rome terminate at the Tiburtina Bus Station. From there, getting into town is easy, as Tiburtina is connected to Roma Termini via the overground train network and also has a Metro stop. It takes approximately 10 minutes to reach Rome's city centre.
Rome has entranced visitors for centuries and has an almost limitless number of attractions for visitors to experience. Anyone taking buses to Rome can tour the fascinating Vatican City - home to the Papacy and a vast array of beautiful works of art, including Michelangelo's sublime Sistine Chapel. Take a guided tour of Rome and benefit from expert information as you wander around the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. Rome is also a city of art. The Villa Borghese possesses a stunning collection of masterpieces by world famous painters such as Titian. There are plenty of architectural treasures in Rome, including the city's churches. Rome is a romantic city to wander, with fine food, great nightlife and beautiful sights on every street.