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It’s super easy to buy train tickets on line! The lines at the station tend to be quite long to talk to a person but there are auto ticket terminals too. This station is busy but signage is very good and in Italian and English....More
The Termini Train Station itself is very impressive. It feels like being in a shopping mall rather than a train station. There are many cool shops and restaurants. However, as a word of caution, find an alternative form of transportation, instead of the Rome Metro....More
This was our first introduction to TrenItalia. To summarize, if you already have booked a ticket online,walk straight through to the platforms, pass ticket machines, pass food and shop area, then get to the platforms, go thru the screening agent who makes sure you have...More
Took several trains in Italy in May 2019. This station is okay but I noticed that several trains were late (could just be the days that I went to that station...not sure if it is a common occurrence). In addition, the departure board was not...More
Train stations are by nature a bit chaotic, and a station in Rome even more so! The good news is that it is very easy to connect to trains to take you all over Italy. The food and shops are good so you can easily...More
This station is the main station for Rome and as such, all trains and metro stop here. This station is for the overland trains which take you to the airport and other places. The food here though is on point. The best is Il Centro...More
Came here to get train from Rome to Naples as part of 2nd leg of our Italy holiday. Checked table of times outside the station and knew I had to go to Platform 6 with the correct train code on the sheet - our train...More
So we used Termini ALOT on our recent roadtrip around Italy. As we used Rome as our start and end point we were in and out via Termini. Firstly it is very easy to get to Termini from the Ciampino airport. Either an €8 coach...More
Don't even think about using this service! Poor service attitude. And expensive. Superslow and caused us to miss our train. Had to wait 20 mins for our luggage and we missed out train as a result. Please do yourselves a favor and NOT use
Very large train station. However, very easy to navigate with the signs showing the train number, delay, and platform. They also, surprisingly, did not have security checkpoints so you need not allow more than 20 minutes to arrive and get to your train!
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighborhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighborhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic center. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.