When planning a trip to Italy, Rome is usually the first city that comes to mind. While Rome is deserving of at least three or four days, we were only in the Eternal City for a weekend. We flew EasyJet from Venice Marco Polo airport to Roma Fiumicino and arrived on a Friday night. After we collected our baggage we boarded the Terravision bus, which for €8 round-trip took us directly to the Termini Train Station in the city centre which is the main train station located above the main subway (or Metro) station. Metro stops are conveniently located around the city, so if you are visiting Rome on a short trip make sure to take advantage of this cheap and easy form of transportation. If you are visiting Rome for three days or more I recommend purchasing the Roma Pass. The Roma Pass is valid for three days, costs €34, allows free or discounted entry to Roman sights and covers public transportation.
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