Christmas timetable for Rome public transport

Reduced public transport services in Rome around Christmas Day.

Rome's public transport system will be operating a reduced service from Christmas Eve until St Stephen's Day.

On 24 December the capital's metro, bus and tram finishes at 21.00 while the night bus service begins between 23.30 and midnight.

On 25 December the metro A, B/B1 and C lines are in operation from 08.00-13.00; buses and trams run from 08.30 until 13.00, and then again from 16.30 until 21.00.

On 26 December the metro A and B/B1 lines remain open until 01.30 at night, and the C line runs until 23.30.

On 25 and 26 December the city's night buses run as normal.

For full transport details over the main three-day Christmas holiday period, including Rome's lightrail network, consult the Muoversi a Roma website.

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