The Rome Metro is made of 3 lines which allow passengers to reach most of the neigbourhoods of the Italian capital city. Those lines are labelled with different colors. The Metro of Rome serves the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Surprisingly, the busiest metro system in Italy is not the Metro of Rome, but the Milan Metro. You can check below the Rome Metro Map.
Rome Metro Lines
Line A operates between Battistini station, in the northwest, and Anagnina station, located in the southeast of the Italian capital city. It crosses Line B at Termini station. Line A is the Orange Line on the map.
Line 2 connects Rebibbia and Jonio stations, in the north of Rome, to Laurentina, in the EUR district. It intersects with Line A at Termini station. Line B is also known as the Blue Line.
Line 3 runs between Monte Compatri-Pantano, in the eastern suburbs of the Italian capital city, and Lodi, in the centre of Rome. Extension to Colosseo is planned to be completed in 2022. The Line C is represented on the subway map wih the green color.