Roma Termini

Roma / Rome, (Italy)

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About the station

This guide to Roma Termini explains what to look out for when taking trains to and from the main city centre station in Rome, and how to access the heart of the city and the main airport from here.

Roma Termini train station is enormous, but because it’s a terminus station, it also has comparatively easy access to the trains, particularly from street level.

What can be less obvious is that it’s a station of many constituent parts - some of which can be a lot more crowded than others, it’s constantly busy.
The concourse closest to the trains is inevitably busiest of all - and making your way through these crowds can be a bewildering experience, particularly when arriving by train.

However, if you will be departing on a Frecce, Italo or Intercity train, your seat(s) on the train will be reserved - so you don't have to rush towards the train when its binario (platform/track) is confirmed.
Instead wait for your train on one of the quieter concourses, further back from the trains.

Even more useful information about how to use and navigate Italian railway stations is available HERE.


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Arriving By Train at Termini station in Rome

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To the most popular Tourist Sights in Rome from Termini station

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Departing By Train from Roma Termini

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To/From Fiumicino - Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport By Train

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Conveniently Located Hotels and Hostels

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Roma-Tiburtina Station

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Our General Guide to Using Italian Stations

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