Rome Tourist Offices and Information Centers

By the authorities of Rome, a special program of support and information has been developed to help tourists. One of the ways to provide informational support was special pavilions located throughout Rome and called Tourist Infopoints. These points are located in the most significant places of the city and work in the daytime daily from 9-30 to 18-30. A total of 12 points are posted in Rome, most of them have employees with knowledge of multiple language.

At any such point, you can consult on any issues related to tourism activities. Including purchase or receive RomaPass cards purchased on the Internet, receive public advertising and informational materials on tourism and cultural programs and events provided by the municipality of Rome, purchase maps of Rome, purchase tickets to museums in Rome.

For those who in Rome are interested not only in sights but also in various cultural events, there is an opportunity to learn about upcoming events and buy tickets for them.

Payment at Tourist Infopoints points is made in cash for services and goods worth up to 10 Euros, all that is more expensive can only be paid by credit card. I will give several addresses of such points located in the most popular places in Rome, including:

Tourist Infopoint TERMINI
Termini Station, Via Giovanni Giolitti, 34, the point is located in the station building, is open daily from 8-00 to 18-45

Tourist Infopoint NAVONA
Next to Piazza Navona, Piazza delle Cinque Lune, opposite the McDonalds Restaurant, is open daily from 9-30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Tourist Infopoint FIUMICINO
Fiumicino Airport - Leonardo da Vinci - T3 International Arrivals Terminal, operates daily from 8-00 to 20-45.

For information on Vatican, you may also contact Ufficio Pellegrini e Turisti.
For practical questions such as “Where can I park?" or "Where is the nearest hospital?" you may call the ChiamaRoma contact center by using local number 060606. ChiamaRoma provides access to services of companies and organizations in Rome 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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