25.000 mq di superficie totale, circa 480.000 frequentatori al giorno per un totale di oltre 150 milioni ogni anno e 850 treni al giorno. La stazione si trova in piazza dei Cinquecento, tra via Marsala e via Giovanni Giolitti, in pieno centro città.
Be AWARE of pickpockets. Crowds of gipsy women pretending they carry a child and dont let you in the metro before they steal your wallet. This is disgusting !!!
If you're thirsty, just in front of the left exit (via Giolitti) there's a small supermarket with good prices
Two options to reach the airport. Trains (not often, takes 30min, €14) or private companies' busses (more often, takes 1h, €6) next to the station. Have a nice trip
It's fuckin' hard to buy metro ticket by credit card. All ticket machines work only with cash, as well as in tabacchi is payment only in cash
Don't use the left luggage. They broke my luggage when I left it for 1 hour and even didn't care about complaining.
Bit dirty and unfriendly services staff!
buy a Roma pass here! skip the lines to see the sights :)
Quite a big station with all the facilities you need while you wait for your train. You can grab a bite or have a drink or even shop for some souvenirs!
Center of Roma Transport. Never stay around termini. The streets are really dirty and you may feel unsafe in some streets. The public transport generally ends before 1 am.
The best way to travel within Italy is to take the train! Very convenient and fast. You can book your tickets online!
Admittedly not really a beautiful place, despite the many shops. But I got sweet memories bound to this station. And Borri is a paradise for book lovers.
"Endstation, alles aussteigen!" Metro A & B cross here. Trains to airport & rest of Italy go from here.
Friendly assistance for disabled person at salablu & very helpful 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Use ticket machine, dont waste your time
You can get most anywhere from here. Lots of South and East Asian eateries around.
There is luggage deposit in the basement, expect a cue, definitely in the morning or in high season. It's 6€ (for each item) for the 1st 5hours, afterwards 90ct per additional hour.
Pick up sim card Vodafone Holiday for 30 euro - 7GB, 300 min international and 300 SMS
Not as bad as people make out. Handy interchange with lots of handy shops and also places to eat. Just use common sense and you'll be fine.
Look to the real taxi driver ( white car and meter inside ) and pay only the price on the metet
Waiting room near platform 1. For owners of train/bus tickets only
Trains, trains, trains. Leonardo Express departs to Fiumicino airport from this station.
One of the bigger metro stations, thus more crowded. Watch out for pick pocketters.
At the cross section of Metro A& B, trains to Fumicino airport move from termini station. As a cheaper option at east/west sides of termini there are variety of bus companies coming/going to airport.
Be careful! All station and around is full of pick pockets. Carteristas por todos lados. Be alert!
Nice but too much crowd specially in weekend
Frecciabianco is the best :)
Main train station in Rome. Has a line going directly to the airport. Takes around 30 mins. For 20 euros. Taxis take 50 euros. tourist info desk available. Don't buy map, hotels can provide u with 1
Very packed with passengers. Duly organised transport system conveniently connected to all parts of Europe. Best & cheapest way of transport. 👍👌
Trains work the Italian way so get ready for everything!
Watch out for the guys offering "help". They're just looking to guilt you into giving them a tip for their "help".
Termini like something out of the third world. Watch your wallet, get in, and get out quickly. And woe betide you if your train is scheduled for the far track.
Don't leave without gelato. Stracciatella is always a winner. Keep an eye on your wallet though
Busy, crowded station. Line to buy tickets are ridiculously long and slow
Be aware of thieves 👀 👺👹
Watch your belongings
Fiumicino Airport can be reached by train Leonardo Express for € 16, or by bus for € 6)
Toilets cost you a euro.
Half of your Roma time to be spent here:)
Don't accept "help" from strangers. They are not rail staff.
goodbye rome for awhile....no means of communication will be entertain today...soul searching mode
arrived safely, hello rome
In Rome, every road goes to Termini Station :D
Beware of gypsies pretending to assist
Beware of people "trying to be helpful" - they are actually expecting that you pay them for that help. Everything you need to navigate the station is easily found on the signs.