Stazione Roma Termini, Roma, Italy

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Stazione Roma Termini

Piazza dei Cinquecento

Roma, RM 00185 Italy

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  • 12 mentions in Route from Airport to Hotel

    • Hernan F.

      Hernan F. said, "...train, The Leonardo Express, its the most common and cheapest way to get to Rome from Fiumicino. It leaves you in Stazione Roma Termini, where you could walk, its pretty much near to the Hotel Donatello (if it is the one I..." See More

    • Giulia C.

      Giulia C. said, "...Hi! From the Fiumicino Airport there are too many companies of transport that bring you to the Stazione Roma Termini: they are perfect, in one hour and 6€ you'll arrive. But if you are four it's better the taxi, according to me..." See More

    • Matthew H.

      Matthew H. said, "...want to do is take the train into the city. The Leonardo Express departs every 30 mins from Track 24 to Stazione Roma Termini. The ticket should cost 11 Euro and can be purchased at the train counter or the news stand...." See More

    • DMae B.

      DMae B. said, "...There is a train, that goes non-stop from the Fiumicino Airport (FCO) to the Stazione Roma Termini train station. The Leonardo Express leaves every thirty minutes and costs around euro 14, although that may not be accurate as I haven't been in Rome..." See More

    • Kim C.

      Kim C. said, "...Arrange your pick up ahead of time for best price. Other transportation is a fast train from Fiumicino Airport airport to Stazione Roma Termini or Stazione Roma Ostiense for a fixed price per person then you will still need to walk, cab, bus..." See More

    • David A.

      David A. said, "...The train is the best option! It will take you straight into Stazione Roma Termini and then you can take a cab, walk or even try the subway. It all depends where your hotel is...." See More

    • valerio R.

      valerio R. said, "...way to reach the city center from Fiumicino Airport is the bus (generally costs 4/6 euro to person) that stops in Stazione Roma Termini (the main station in Rome). Here, you can take the metro costs 1.50 € (ANAGNINA direction) and get off..." See More

    • Carmen C.

      Carmen C. said, "...can catch the light and the beautiful Sunday in Rome! the 2nd option is to take the Leonardo Express train to Stazione Roma Termini (Termini Station-Central Station for trains and metro). It will cost you 14 euros per person, the journey is 30..." See More

    • Luca L.

      Luca L. said, "...less and cost about 5/8 euro. Both are easy to find in the airport no problem. Both arrives in Rome main Stazione Roma Termini. From Termini take public tram or bus to Porta Maggiore ask out of station easy too.. or you..." See More

    • sasa l.

      sasa l. said, "...There is a train that goes to the Stazione Roma Termini station which is the city center. This is the best way to get there. Avoid the people that offer transportation services and cab because it's much more expensive...." See More

    • Jordan C.

      Jordan C. said, "...If you really want to go cheap, take the terravision or one of the competing buses from the airport to Stazione Roma Termini -- it's something like 5 or 6 euro per person. And then a tram (5 or 14) to Porta Maggiore,..." See More

    • Antonio S.

      Antonio S. said, "...You can get a train from the airport to the central " Stazione Roma Termini" train station for 10 euro. The hotel is a 5 minute walk from the station...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Transport from Fiumicino Airport

    • Simoni S.

      Simoni S. said, "...can catch the light and the beautiful Sunday in Rome! the 2nd option is to take the Leonardo Express train to Stazione Roma Termini (Termini Station-Central Station for trains and metro). It will cost you 14 euros per person, the journey is 30..." See More

    • Luca L.

      Luca L. said, "...less and cost about 5/8 euro. Both are easy to find in the airport no problem. Both arrives in Rome main Stazione Roma Termini. From Termini take public tram or bus to Porta Maggiore ask out of station easy too.. or you..." See More

    • Daisy S.

      Daisy S. said, "...Hi Carmen, I recently stayed close to the Porta Maggiore and I used the Terravision bus from Fiumicino Airport to Stazione Roma Termini. It will cost you 6 euros, as mentioned in another post, and 4 euros if you buy it online...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best way to get from Rome to Tuscany

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...not cheapest, my personal suggestion is to take a train. The railways in Italy are quite reliable, quick and comfy, and Stazione Roma Termini station connects everywhere in the country. The rail website is excellent and in English as well http://www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=4ddd1a035296f310VgnVCM1000005817f90aRCRD One thing..." See More

    • George Alex M.

      George Alex M. said, "...taking a train. Trenitalia is the national carrier, but Italo is also worth looking at. You can take a train from Stazione Roma Termini to almost any town or city in Tuscany, including Florence. Slower, commuter trains connect the major stations of every..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Should I buy train tickets in advance from Rome to Naples?

    • DMae B.

      DMae B. said, "...Purchasing tickets at the Stazione Roma Termini train station is exceptionally easy. There are several dispenser machines. They take credit and debit cards and you can select English as your language (or one of several other options). If you are returning to Rome,..." See More

    • Manon H.

      Manon H. said, "...Direct in the Stazione Roma Termini, you can buy 25euros to go-return..." See More

  • 1 mention in Transportation from Rome to Florence via Orvieto

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...certain day. One thing to note is that the search will only work with the cities' Italian names so search for Stazione Roma Termini (Rome Main Station), Orvieto (unchanged) and Firenze Tutte Le Stazioni (Florence all stations, albeit you will likely use Stazione..." See More

  • 1 mention in Pez dispensers in Europe?

    • Yoana P.

      Yoana P. said, "...sell pez in Europe? I didn't come across any while being there. You can always try the Rome train station ( Stazione Roma Termini .) They have tons of gift shops there almost like a mall...." See More

  • 1 mention in 1 hour layover to explore Rome?

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...explore-then that might be a different story. You can take the Leonardo express airport train (30 minutes). It goes directly to Stazione Roma Termini Station. Transfer to the Blue B line (direction Laurentina) and go two stops. This will be the Colosseum metro..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to buy a cell phone in Rome; and how to get a good deal?

    • Francesco L.

      Francesco L. said, "...and to send sms you can buy mobile phone from 15 euros from EURONICS: http://www.euronics.it/acquistaonline/telefonia-autoradio-e-gps/cellulari-e-smartphone/cellulari/;jsessionid=MblXJbXcTQhGHQ1Jg8GGm52nvw3MzXZgGLnQLG11WKhyPFQCqghn!1405306561?cid=cat110055&orderBy=PrezzoOrd There is an Euronics store in Stazione Roma Termini near the subway entrance. In Italy there are 4 phone operators: Tim, Vodafone, WindTIM, and 3. Tim Offer: "VOCE"..." See More

  • 1 mention in Rome Day Trips

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...up (http://www.viator.com/tours/Rome/Pompeii-Day-Trip-from-Rome/d511-3731VESUVIUS). If you want to spend more time in Naples though, I'd suggest it. Taking the Frecciarossa train south from Stazione Roma Termini is an easy and beautiful ride--especially if you're not taking the trains at any other point in your stay,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Public transportation in Rome?

    • DMae B.

      DMae B. said, "...Hi Mira, You have gotten some very good responses! If you come to Rome from Florence, you will arrive at the Stazione Roma Termini and the metro lines and many busses are there. The public transportation system includes both busses and the metro...." See More

  • 1 mention in Hostel/Hotel Suggestions?

    • Annemarie D.

      Annemarie D. said, "...and you are within walking distance to the Coliseum. As far as hostels go, The Beehive Hotel is spacious and near Stazione Roma Termini, and because it's so clean and modern, attracts a wide variety of guests, not just party backpackers...." See More

  • 1 mention in Off the beaten path in Rome

    • andriy k.

      andriy k. said, "...Maggiore. No organized tourist groups, just magnificent architecture, sacred icons and sculptures of Bernini. Not far from the main railway station Stazione Roma Termini. Also visit Basilica di Santa Maria in Cosmedin, beautiful Byzantine church. Skip the line to La Bocca della..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is Europe safe for backpacking?

    • Maria O.

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      Maria O. said, "...above you so that you can keep an eye on it, watch out for pickpockets in railway stations (especially in Rome's Stazione Roma Termini and Barcelona) In general I found Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Ireland, England, Scotland and Sweden fine. London gets a..." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 days in Rome - what to do?

    • Joshua L.

      Joshua L. said, "...We walked to some locations when we wanted to take in the city and when we did not want to walk, Stazione Roma Termini was a few blocks away. Like Ashley said, do pre buy any tickets you can. Rome is chalked full..." See More

  • 1 mention in Transportation from Florence to San Gimignano to Rome

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...station names. That means Florence is Firenze (Stazione Firenze Santa Maria Novella for the central station) and Rome is Roma ( Stazione Roma Termini for the main station). San Gimignano proper is a historic hilltown so no trains go directly to the town,..." See More

  • 1 mention in What's your biggest travel mishap?

    • Renate F.

      Renate F. said, "...continue on to Venicefor a few days. I landed and navigated Fiumicino Airport pretty well, arrived at the main train station, Stazione Roma Termini without too much trouble. My B&B was near the station so I pulled out my map of Rome and..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best area to stay in Rome?

    • Joshua L.

      Joshua L. said, "...You should check out the Smart Hotel. It is centrally located a few blocks from Stazione Roma Termini for quick access to all of Rome and the main sites you will want to see. It is new and thus very clean. Great service..." See More

  • 1 mention in In Rome - headed to the coast!

    • Jenifer D.

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      Jenifer D. said, "...the Amalfi Coast is STUNNING. If you can get the Frecciarossa train it will only take 2 hours to get from Stazione Roma Termini to Salerno. From Salerno there are lots of buses that will take you along the coast. You can hop..." See More

  • 1 mention in Recommendations for a private city tour in Rome?

    • Yoana P.

      Yoana P. said, "...not sure about a private tour, but we avoided the long lines in attractions by purchasing a Roma Pass at thec Stazione Roma Termini (Rome train station) it's like a fast pass for colosseum, roman forum etc. the pass also comes with a..." See More

  • 1 mention in What was you best and worst experience while traveling ?

    • Olivia M.

      Olivia M. said, "...day, but it was well worth it! My worst experience was when a guy was trying to scam my friends in Stazione Roma Termini. We fought once and he spit in my face. Read the full story here. Overall, it was very..." See More

  • 1 mention in Eurotrip: 28 nights, 9 Countries, 12 Cities

    • John W.

      John W. said, "...Instead, Comer See is one hour north of Milan and there are lots of hotels overlooking the water. The train from Stazione Roma Termini to Como S. Giovanni takes about 4 1/2 hours and runs at least every other hour. Check www.bahn.de: the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Which coastal area should we visit in Italy during October?

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...overnight DIRECT train from Rome to Taormina (Sicily). It is actually quite fun, InterCityNotte leaves in the evening (after dinner) from Stazione Roma Termini and arrives in Taormina in early morning, the entire carriages are placed on a ferry (no joke) in Naples..." See More

  • 1 mention in First trip to Italy, where should we stay in Rome and Venice?

    • Helen L.

      Helen L. said, "...idea of quality etc, accommodation can cost a fortune and too often be disappointing in Rome. Personally, I recently stayed near Stazione Roma Termini (station) and not far from the very hip Monti part of Rome (think boutiques, funky art, trendy cafes,tiny bustling..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best itinerary for 5 days covering Paris and Rome

    • Mario P.

      Mario P. said, "...two days in Paris and three in Rome, here's a tentative itinerary for Rome: Day 1 Assuming that you start from Stazione Roma Termini you will walk around the ancient roman city, starting from National Roman Museum - Baths of Diocletian (it will..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is it easy to get around on your own?

    • Paolo M.

      Paolo M. said, "...to Piazza Navona and then Pantheon, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Venezia, Campidoglio and finally Colosseo. From Colosseo take Metro B to Stazione Roma Termini and then a train to Civitavecchia. Here train timetable https://www.lefrecce.it/B2CWeb/search.do?parameter=searchOutputViewer&cFID=vRdJV5mjCkHK or check out trenitalia.com A car from the port..." See More