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Has anyone taken public transportation to MAXXI?

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Since this is not my first trip to Rome, I plan to visit the 3 new museums, MAXXI, MACRO AND MACRO FUTURE. MAXXI is not on any city maps that I have here at home and I find the ATAF website a bit too challenging for me.

I am willing to take the metro Linea A followed by taking Tram 2, but would prefer to go by bus to MAXXI. I have printed out transportation directions from the museum's website and would be very grateful to have the information fleshed out by anyone who has gone there.

I will be in Rome twice this trip, so I can depart from Termini or Via Arenula.

I'd also like to hear from anyone who has gone to the two MACRO museums.

I can recommend the wonderful Centrale Montemartini to anyone who shares my interest in what's new in Rome.

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