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Buses to Rome

Rome is home to a total of eight different bus station but the central station of Termini offers the majority of arrivals and departures. Intercity links to locations in the UK are provided mainly by Flixbus. The journey can take around 30 hours to complete and usually involves a change in Paris.

Which is the main bus station in Rome?

There is now a total of 11 active bus terminals in Rome but the Termini is still considered to be the major hub and is found at the center of the city. The station offers a host of facilities, such as car rental, currency exchange and post office, as well as a variety of shopping outlets offering everything from footwear to eyewear. However, for those traveling from the UK, the Flixbus terminus is mainly located at Roma Autostazione Tiburtina. While not as large as Termini, it is still one of the largest in the city and a hub for both bus and rail services including high-speed and regional trains.

Which bus companies offer buses to Rome?

There are a total of 53 bus operating companies active in and around the city, with the likes of Baltour and Marino offering buses to Rome from other locations in the country. Both Flixbus and Buscenter also offer regional services, while the former is also one of the primary options for buses to Rome from outside the country.

Why travel by bus to Rome?

For many, the name ‘Michealangelo is sufficient reason to make the trip to Rome, with some of his most famous works including the painting of the Sistine chapel and the Pieta sculpture residing in the city. However, there are a myriad of other reasons to make the journey, including the great food and fabulous weather. traveling via buses to Rome offers the perfect way to see the Italian countryside and it can also be a great launching site from which to visit other nearby locations such as Florence, Pompeii and the many beaches that lie just a bus ride from the city.

Before you travel to Rome by bus - good to know!

Looking for an ancient pyramid and can’t make it all the way to Egypt? Rome is home to a single pyramid that dates back to 18BC. While not on the same scale as those found in Giza, it is still a beautifully formed construction and is also conveniently located at a metro station called Piramide.

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