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Rome Termini station information & facilities

Distance from Rome Termini to city center
Distance from Rome Termini to city center
1.6 miles (2.6 km)
Ticket Office Hours
Ticket Office Hours
Mon - Sun: 06: 30 - 22: 00
How to get to this station?
How to get to this station?
Metro lines: A (red), B (blue)
Bus lines: 5, H, 38, 40 Express, 50 Express, 64, 66, 70, 75, 82, 90 Express, 92, 105, 150F, 223, 310, 590, 714, 910, C2, C3
Tram lines: 5, 14
Train lines: Italo, FR, FA, FB, IC, ICN, EN, CNL, R, Leonardo Express
Nearest Airport
Nearest Airport
Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport
19 miles (30 km)
How to get to nearest airport?
How to get to nearest airport?
The airport can be reached by public transit using the Leonardo Express that runs non-stop.
Amenities at station
Wifi
Wifi
Free WiFi in the station.
ATM
ATM
There are ATMs in various locations around the station.
Taxi
Taxi
Lockers
Lockers
Provided by KiPoint and located on Platform 24. Open every day from 06: 00 to 23: 00.
Dining
Dining
Acafe | Moka Café | Roadhouse Grill | McDonald's | Gusto | Chef Express | Coop Minimarket | Mercato Centrale
Car Rentals
Car Rentals
Hertz | SIXT | Avis | Europcar | Maggiore
Information Desk
Information Desk
Located near Platform 24.
Accessibility
Accessibility
The Sala Blu, Trenitalia's office of assistance for disabled travelers, is located next to Platform 1.
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Travel from Rome city center to Roma Termini train station

Visiting Rome is top destination for some who was to see the stunning architecture and the ancient center of the Roman Empire. From the Colosseum to the Trevi Fountain, Rome is just full of history. The Roma Termini train station is the Italian capital’s largest train hub. It services cities throughout Italy as well as other destinations in Europe. It’s located east of the historic center of Rome.

The city center of Rome is spread out, so to travel from Rome city center to the Rome train station, the route varies quite a bit depending on where you are located in the historic center of Rome. For instance, using popular Rome attractions as starting points, to get to Roma Termini from the area of the Pantheon, there are various public bus routes like the 85, 664, 170 or H lines. However, if you’re closer to the Fontana di Trevi, the Barberini metro stop is just a few blocks away.

How far is it from Rome city center to Roma Termini train station?

If we’re considering the Piazza Colonna on the Via Corso a central spot in the historic district of Rome, the train station of Rome is more or less 1.4 miles (2.2 km) away. It’s quite a straightforward ride, heading northeast on the Via del Tritone. After about five blocks you arrive at the Piazza Barberini square and continue northeast on the Via Barberini. As the road curves right it turns into the Via Vittorio Emmanuele Orlando heading southeast. If you continue on this road through the Piazza della Repubblica, taking a left on Largo Via Peretti, you’ll arrive at the hub of Roma Termini on your right.

The Roma Termini station has a train station as well as a bus and subway station. The entrance to the Roma Termini station for taking a train to Rome is behind the bus station. The drive from the city center can take about 13min considering normal traffic.

What is the best way to get to Rome train station from Rome city center?

The city center of Rome covers quite a large area so there are different ways of getting to the Roma Termini station depending on where you are starting off from. For instance, the best way to get from the Piazza Navona to the train station is hopping on a public bus. The most convenient bus line for this route is the 64. Heading south out of the Piazza Navona down Via Cuccagna, you’ll find the 64 bus stop on Corso Vittorio Emmanuelle II. It’s located across the street to the right. The 64 bus stops more or less every 7min. The bus line takes you directly to Roma Termini in about 25min.You’ll know you’re almost there when you go around the large Piazza della Repubblica square. However, if you find yourself near Piazza di Spagna, the Spagna metro stop is right at the bottom of the iconic steps and is just three stops and 6min from Termini station.

Tram in the city center of Rome. Source: Shutterstock

Where are the airports in Rome and how to get there?

The main Rome-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is about 20 miles (32 km) southwest of the center of Rome and the Roma Termini Station. The drive is more or less 45min long. However, there is public transit as well, with Trenitalia trains that’s about 10min faster depending on the traffic. The Rome-Ciampino Airport (CIA) is closer to the city but smaller. It’s only about 10 miles (16 km) away from the Roma Termini station.

How accessible is Rome train station for those with limited mobility?

The Rome Termini train station is working towards a barrier-free access for all to make their train times in Rome. The station is at street-level with wide entrances, as well as step-free crosswalks to get from your vehicles, allowing it to be accessible to all passengers with reduced mobility. The station halls are equipped with guidelines on the floor for visually impaired travelers, as well as wheelchair accessible elevators and ramps for those with reduced mobility. The elevators reach the train platforms where passengers can get assistance to board.

The Sala Blu in Roma Termini Station is a service available with information about the train station in Rome for barrier-free transit, as well as offering assistance to those who may need it for getting off and on the trains. Passengers may also require assistance to get through the stations. The Sala Blu service is offered during the day but requires at least a 48h notice prior to when the assistance will be needed.

Night trains to/from Roma Termini

You can find multiple night trains available departing from Roma Termini as well as arriving. These night trains go to cities across Italy like Bolzano, Syracuse, Lecce, Palermo and Trieste operated by Trenitalia, as well as European cities like Vienna (Austria) and Munich (Germany) with ÖBB trains. The departures from Rome leave in the afternoon and arrive in their final destination the following morning.

Traveling by train in Rome: Sustainable journey

The Italian railway company, RFI, is progressively working towards a more sustainable way of travel. It’s currently searching and developing innovative products and solutions that may help reduce the carbon emissions of their stations and Trenitalia trains. The RFI is dedicated to the constant maintenance of its installations and reducing as much as possible the use of natural resources.

Local tips: Rome train station points of interest

The Roma Termini train station is the largest hub in Rome. Apart from being a station for inter-city trains, it’s also for the public buses and metro system. The station is fully equipped with a variety of stores and places to grab some food. Not only are there restaurants and shops, but the station has a supermarket, fashion retail stores as well as car rental agencies. The train station is not very far from the limits of the historic center. In a short bus ride from the Roma Termini station, there are various top Rome attractions like the iconic Colosseum and Roman Forum. From there you can put on your walking shoes and explore the European city full of historic sites and ancient architecture.

  • Walk up the Spanish Steps at Piazza Spagne
  • Toss a coin over your shoulder into the Fontana di Trevi and make a wish
  • Make your way to the Vatican City, the smallest country in the world and the home of the Pope
  • Have traditional food at Terra di Siena
  • Visit the Capitoline Museum

Traveler near the colosseum, Rome. Source: Shutterstock

What to do in Rome

Rome is a European city that you can’t miss. It is both the capital of the ancient Roman Empire, as well as a picturesque city full of beautiful architecture, culture and other historic sites. Spend some time walking the streets in the city center of Rome. Not only will you come across various striking piazzas and buildings, but also quaint streets and shops. Some of the top attractions in Rome date back to ancient Rome, like the Pantheon, the Roman forum and the iconic Colosseum where gladiators used to fight. Other sites are beautiful Renaissance masterpieces such as the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Palace and Museums.

Take some time to also enjoy the food. Rome is known for its exquisite cuisine. During your visit you have to try some local dishes like a rigatoni carbonara pasta, or the “cacio e pepe” pasta made with cheese and black pepper. Finish your meal with your favorite gelato flavor, the Italian version of ice-cream.

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