Hello, I know this is a bit of a stupid question to ask, but basically my friend has injured her ankle, so she can walk but not very far and not for very long. We plan to see most of the tourist hot-spots but won't go inside museums etc. if its too much walking. So, does anyone have any tips for minimising walking?
Im not a fan of HOHO buses so I think we will buy an unlimited metro ticket and travel as much as we can by metro, bus, tram. I notice that the buses go to most places but have heard that traffic is terrible, so would be using tram and metro as much as possible be better? Also are stops announced on buses or is it a case of just guessing where to get off?
Does anyone have any routes which are especially easy by public transport? (e.g. Termini to near the Vatican can be done by 1 metro ride).
We will be staying in a hotel between Termini and Castro Pretorio.
I realise that most attractions in Rome involve a lot of walking, so is it best to stick to the pantheon, churches and chilling out in squares, just soaking up the atmosphere? Can anyone recommend any attractions which are not too much walking once inside?