There is a book titled “19” by the Roman writer Edoardo Albinati: it’s not a date but the number of a tram, which has the longest route in Rome, passing through myths and real life. This tram offers a different way to explore Rome, so we will accompany you along this itinerary, stop after stop: you just need a daily ticket and to be ready to hop on and hop off. It doesn’t matter which terminal you will choose, they are both reachable by metro lines, Piazza del Risorgimento on line A (the Ottaviano stop) or Piazza dei Gerani on line C (the Gardenie stop). We suggest that you take a seat, look out the window and inside the tram, not only will the views change but even the person seated next to you will. The “19” is a tiny representation of Rome and its people.Risorgimento / San Pietro
The terminal of Tram 19 is located in “Rione Prati”, a historic Roman neighbourhood next to the Vatican City and for this reason it is full of sights for tourists, citizens and it is the heartbeat of the Catholic Church and its believers. Here, you will be spoiled with choices: visiting St. Peter’s Basilica, with its breathtaking dome, Michelangelo’s “Pietà” and the underground papal tombs; the Vatican Museums with their priceless artworks like the Sistine Chapel or Raphael Rooms; Hadrian’s mausoleum, best knows as Castel Sant’Angelo, with its 2000-year-old history.…
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