Rome tourist kiosks: info, wi-fi and toilets

Rome launches P.STOP Project in tourist areas.

Tourists in Rome can now avail of new kiosks offering numerous services including tourist information, toilets and wi-fi.

The P.STOP kiosks are located in tourist areas around the city, including the Vatican, Trastevere and Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano.

A trip to the toilets costs €1 but the wi-fi is free. The kiosks have staff to provide tourist information and they also sell plastic bottles of water.

P.STOP is open daily from 10.00 to 18.00. For more details including map see website.

 

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