The Jubilee in Rome

December 16, 2015

    The Jubilee in Rome has began and until november it’s calling thousands of peregrines in Rome to let them pass “Saint Doors” and follow special walkways in the city. Many events are planned for the entire period in different city’s areas. Every sunday something special also happens in Piazza San Pietro (Vatican city).
    Moovit is always up to date to help you to find smartest way to get everywhere without troubles! Here you are the best solutions to move thought the events enjoying the life in Rome.

    How to get to Piazza San Pietro

    By Metro

    Three metro lines are enforced for the special event, in particular line A (Anagnina – Battistini), which pass near Vatican city, is active everyday from 5.30AM to 11.30PM. During Friday/Saturday night and Saturday/Sunday night closing time is postponed to 1.30AM.
    Rome municipality planned inbound and outbound ways to get to Piazza San Pietro during large events, inviting passengers to get off the metro at Lepanto (inbound way) and get on the metro back to Rome at Ottaviano.
    Metro line B (Laurentina – Ionio/Rebibbia), which cross the city in the other way, follows Line A timetables.
    You will find all the updated info on Moovit during your planning session.
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    By Treno

    In Rome some suburban railway lines named “FL” managed by Trenitalia are also available. You can use them like a Metro in Rome area. In particular two of them stop at Roma San Pietro, nearby Vatican.
    FL3 line (Roma Tiburtina – Viterbo)
    FL5 line (Roma Termini – Civitavecchia)
    Before getting in Roma San Pietro all the trains stop in Tuscolana, Ostiense and Trastevere stations.
    If convenient to use them from where you are, Moovit will tell you!

    To get on any of these lines, both Metro and train, a BIT ticket (1,50€) is enough. You can use it for 1h40 through the city also on buses and trams. If you’re planning to stay in Rome for more than a day let’s consider to buy a 48h (12,50€) or 72h (18€) ticket.
    These tickets are NOT useful to get to the AIRPORT. To reject Fiumicino (FCO) a 14€ ticket is available for one way direct trip using Leonardo Express special train which brings you from/to Roma Termini in 32 minutes. A departure is scheduled every 30′ (15′ in rush hours).