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Stazione Roma Termini

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Piazza dei Cinquecento
Roma, RM 00185

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"My worst experience was when a guy was trying to scam my friends in Stazione Roma Termini."  See More

"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 squares)."  See More

"It goes directly to Stazione Roma Termini Station."  See More

"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."  See More

"On trains put your bag opposite and 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."  See More

"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."  See More

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"You can always try the Rome train station ( Stazione Roma Termini."  See More

"If you can get the Frecciarossa train it will only take 2 hours to get from Stazione Roma Termini to Salerno."  See More

"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 take some hours to visit it) then walk (about 30 minutes) to Colle Palatino, Colosseo, Circo Massimo, and the Bocca della VeritĂ  where you will spend the rest of the day."  See More

"The train from Stazione Roma Termini to Como S Giovanni takes about 4 1/2 hours and runs at least every other hour."  See More

"Not far from the main railway station Stazione Roma Termini."  See More

"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."  See More

"I landed and navigated Fiumicino Airport pretty well, arrived at the main train station, Stazione Roma Termini without too much trouble."  See More

"Robert, cool idea! I stayed in Naples for a night before doing my tour, but I think it could be done in a day trip if you're up early enough in the morning! I took a day trip from Naples to Pompeii that I found on Viator, but it looks like they have a pre-set trip from Rome already set up (!"  See More

"Rachel, driving will definitely give you the option of doing some scenic detours. Having said that, I know Italy pretty well (I have lived in Rome and travel to the country regularly) and I only ever take trains. Rail in Europe (especially in Italy) is very reliable, quick and cheap. Italy's rail company Trenitalia has a very good website with the option to translate to English (click on the UK flag on the top left corner): !"  See More

"Lisa, I am a huge fan of travelling in Italy via train. The rail system is quick and reliable, and the connections from Rome and Florence are excellent. Plus you avoid the horrid in/out traffic of cities. It is absolutely viable to do a day stop in Orvieto especially if you are willing to start your day early. There are regular intercity trains from Roma Termini to Orvieto which should take just over an hour and cost around 10EUR. Once you arrive at the Funicolare di Orvieto (Orvieto Rail Station) you can walk (take a bus) to the nearby funicular that takes visitors up the hill, to the old town. Alternatively, you can get a taxi at the station... although I like the funicular :) Remember also to check out the town's tourist card which gives discounted access to museum etc. It Should be on sale at the train station, look for Carta Orvieto (I think). When you decide that you have had enough of sightseeing, just pop back down on the funicular, to the train station and catch another regular intercity to Florence (Firenze) which should take about 90mins and cost around 20EUR. The rail website for Trenitalia has an English option"  See More

"Sharon, the cheapest way would be to rent a car, especially if you then want to explore the Tuscan hillside. Understanding there are logistical and practical reasons not to drive in a foreign country, then option 2 would be to take a bus. From Rome to Florence it should take just short of 4hrs and cost between 15-30Eur. You need to check connections as I don't know where in Tuscany you want to travel to, but companies like sena/baltour will have good websites with English options"  See More

"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 to cross the straight."  See More

"From Colosseo take Metro B to Stazione Roma Termini and then a train to Civitavecchia."  See More

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

"Purchasing tickets at the Stazione Roma Termini train station is exceptionally easy."  See More

"I recently stayed close to the Porta Maggiore and I used the Terravision bus from Fiumicino Airport to Stazione Roma Termini."  See More

"the 2nd option is to take the Leonardo Express train to Stazione Roma Termini(Termini Station-Central Station for trains and metro)."  See More

"Both arrives in Rome main Stazione Roma Termini."  See More

"If you come to Rome from Florence, you will arrive at the Stazione Roma Termini and the metro lines and many busses are there."  See More

"Stazione Roma Termini, and because it's so clean and modern, attracts a wide variety of guests, not just party backpackers."  See More

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