If you are coming from abroad, the most common way is to fly to Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO), which serves as a major international gateway.
Rome’s Termini Station is the central hub for national and international train services. Another option for nearby countries is bus travel, which offers a more affordable option but may take longer.
Most of the best things to do in Rome are located within its compact and walkable city center. Many of the streets are also winding cobblestone alleys that cars can’t fit down and have ancient stories to tell with each turn.
I mentioned how great it is to walk around in Rome. If you want to move faster, but stay in the open on the streets, then consider getting around on scooters, bikes, or vespas.
If you’re staying in Rome central, I don’t think you’ll need to use the Metro of Rome, but it is there in case you’re tired and no longer want to walk. But it is the smallest metro system in Europe and only has three lines.