Rome, eternal city 


Country : Italia

Region : Latium

Population : 2 874 000 inhabitants



Alliance of modernity and antiquity, of quiet and dynamism, Rome still seduces visitors, whether they are new or not. The Italian capital is above all an historic city par excellence. From baroque architecture of Renaissance palaces to little medieval style streets and, just as importantly, countless churches, proves of the beginnings of Christianity, Rome is an association of monuments, illustrations of twenty eight centuries. The capital, an absolute open-air museum, combines renowned monuments, picturesque quarters and dynamic artistic life.

Thanks to the fabulous merger of past and present, Rome is nicknamed “Eternal City” :  bus stops mingle with temples’ pillars whereas arenas are the stage of all styles of music shows. That is how Rome endured through the centuries ; the city seems to be motionless in time while adapting itself to periods which bring it to life.



VI Nations Championship



Coming to Rome

By plane :

- Leornado Da Vinci airport (Fiumicino), located at 26km from the center of Rome.

It’s possible to reach Rome from the airport thanks to the trains Leonardo Express (direct line) and FL1 (line with intermediates stops). For more information :

A coach service is also available. For more information :


- Giovanni Battista Pastine (Ciampino), situated at 20km from the center of Rome.

It’s possible to reach Rome from the airport thanks to the Ciampino station. A bus service connects Ciampino airport to Ciampino station. A coach service is also available. For more information :


Paris-Rome : 2 hours


By train :

Main Rome stations are Stazione Termini and Stazione Tiburtina. For more information about the schedules and tickets prices :


Public Transportation

Download the bus network map

Download the tramway network map

Download the metro network map


Entry formalities

All the citizens of a European Union country member, of the EEA or of Switzerland, do not need a visa to stay in Dublin. They only need a valid identity card or a passport, still usable 3 months after the return.

All the foreign nationals of a European Union country member, of the EEA or of Switzerland and those who possess a residence permit of a European Union country member, need a visa to stay in London. Get some information about administrative formalities and necessary documents to obtain a visa for the United Kingdom to the British embassy or consulate in your country of origin or of residence.


WARNING : Information collected on November 2nd 2016.

To see the last information updated :


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Our references

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