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There are 4 ways to get from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome by tram, car or foot

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Line 246 tram

  1. Take the line 246 tram from Aurelia/Azone to Staz.ne Aurelia

Line 247 tram

  1. Take the line 247 tram from Staz.ne Metro Cipro to Staz.ne Aurelia

Drive

  1. Drive from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome

Walk

  1. Walk from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome

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The cheapest way to get from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome is to drive which costs €1 - €2 and takes 8 min.

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The quickest way to get from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome is to line 246 tram which costs €2 and takes 7 min.

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Yes, there is a direct train departing from Aurelia/Azone and arriving at Staz.ne Aurelia. Services depart every 15 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 6 min.

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The distance between Vatican City and Roma Camping In Town, Rome is 4 km. The road distance is 5.6 km.

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The best way to get from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome without a car is to line 246 tram which takes 7 min and costs €2.

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The line 246 tram from Aurelia/Azone to Staz.ne Aurelia takes 6 min including transfers and departs every 15 minutes.

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Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome train services, operated by ATAC S.p.A. Azienda per la mobilità, depart from Aurelia/Azone station.

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Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome train services, operated by ATAC S.p.A. Azienda per la mobilità, arrive at Staz.ne Aurelia station.

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Yes, the driving distance between Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome is 6 km. It takes approximately 8 min to drive from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome.

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There are 4394+ hotels available in Roma Camping In Town, Rome. Prices start at €87 per night.

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Map of how to get from Vatican City to Roma Camping In Town, Rome.
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  • Distance: 4.4 km
  • Duration: 7 min

What companies run services between Vatican City, Vatican and Roma Camping In Town, Rome, Italy?

ATAC S.p.A. Azienda per la mobilità operates a vehicle from Aurelia/Azone to Staz.ne Aurelia every 15 minutes. Tickets cost €2 and the journey takes 6 min.

Train operators
ATAC S.p.A. Azienda per la mobilità
Phone
+39 06.4695.2400
Website
atac.roma.it
Tram from Aurelia/Azone to Staz.ne Aurelia
Ave. Duration
6 min
Frequency
Every 15 minutes
Estimated price
€2
Website
ATAC Roma
Tram from Staz.ne Metro Cipro to Staz.ne Aurelia
Ave. Duration
21 min
Frequency
Every 30 minutes
Estimated price
€2
Website
ATAC Roma

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