Termini, Rome Train Station

Termini,  Rome

About Termini

Futuristic building station Roma Termini is the largest and main train station in Rome, in Italy and 5th in Europe, opened in 1863, and owes its name to the nearby Baths of Diocletian. It is the only stop in the historic city center, at Piazza dei Cinquecento, nearby Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, in rione Esquilino, thes area is known for its budget hotels and basic, traditional trattorias. The station includes toilets, currency exchange, luggage storage, free Wi-Fi, ATM, shops, bars, restaurants and supermarkets.

Station has 32 platforms, over 800 trains arrive and depart from Termini every day, with over 450,000 passengers daily and 150 million passengers every year.

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Transport Connections

Metro line A and B connect the train station to the Rome metro network.
Buses there are several buses outside in front of Termini station, buses run all over Rome.
Taxi rank in front of the station.
Airport from Roma Termini there is a fast shuttle train connection to the Fiumicino Airport, platforms 27 or 28, it takes 32 minutes. Buses operators like TAM, TerraVision.
you can see a lot of restaurants, food shops Tigre, Simply Market and clothes store Upim, 100 meters from the station there is fastfood KFC
Termini Railway Station
Termini Railway Station

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Termini Train Station, night view
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