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Roma Termini Railway Station (XRJ)

(Stazione Roma Termini)
Train Station
Esquilino, Rome
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  • Gabriela G.
    "Get day-of tickets at the Fast Ticket machine for regular prices."(14 Tips)
    Bryan L.
    "Make sure if you are riding Metro u know when train stops."(9 Tips)
    Alessio C.
    "Be very careful with pickpockets!!"(9 Tips)
    Victor Z.
    "Leonardo Express departs to Fiumicino airport from this station."(8 Tips)
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  • FSNews
    FSNewsJuly 7, 2014
    Toilets in Roma Termini are located on the lower ground floor close to the escalators leading to Via Giolitti AND on the lower ground floor close to the escalators leading to Via Marsala. Fee: € 1,00 Read more
  • FSNews
    FSNewsJuly 10, 2014
    The Travellers Lounge of Roma Termini is a waiting room reserved to ticket holders. It is located at the beginning of platform 1 and it also offers assistance and information to travellers. Read more
  • Hande G.
    Hande GonulDecember 5, 2014
    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.
  • Carola N.
    Carola NovaraOctober 10, 2012
    the best way to save your money is to buy food and drink on the supermarkets: there are two. One is on the underground floor, under the steak house, the other on the 1 rail, 15 cent for water
  • FSNews
    FSNewsJuly 7, 2014
    Underground Level, every day 06.00 a.m. - 11.00 p.m. For each piece of baggage fees are € 6,00 for the first 5 hours, € 0,90/hour from the 6th to the 12th hour, and € 0,40 for every additional hour Read more
  • FSNews
    FSNewsJuly 11, 2014
    Trenitalia’s assistance for the disabled – Sala Blu provides support to all those with reduced mobility or a disability. Sala Blu is located by platform 1, open every day 07.00 a.m. - 09.00 p.m. Read more
  • Shamsa L.
    Shamsa LootahOctober 19, 2014
    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
  • Ihab N.
    Ihab NasrMay 24
    The leonardo express to the airport requires a ticket validation (which is not mentioned anywhere nor does anyone tell you about it) if you dont have it you get a 5 euro fine in the train.
  • Chris R.
    Plenty of ticket booths, Express trains depart from platforms 23/24. You must validate your ticket, even if you chose a time at the ticket machines or you can get a fine. Stupid rule.
  • Shobuz B.
    Shobuz BhaiSeptember 15, 2012
    Try to use the automatic machines to buy tickets and other information otherwise you will waste lot of time. And if you need to take metro take metro A from Repubblica o Vittorio Emanuele.
  • Daniel T.
    Daniel TJuly 30, 2013
    The train to Fiumicino, 'Leonardo Express', leaves from platform 24. It's approx 2 minutes walk from the station entrance. Across to your right as you stand looking at the trains in front of you.
  • nothing e.
    nothing elseMarch 11, 2013
    toilets are 1€ in downstairs :) so just try to use upstairs one or mc Donald's ;) worth to take a look to kiko store and downstairs Wind store will give you best promotion for 3G.
  • Jan D.
    Jan DorrJune 14
    Maybe it was because we were in a tour group, but I'm alarmed at the lack of security getting in and out of the terminals and on the trains. An escalator could be added for those carrying luggage
  • Alessandro P.
    Beware: at the main exit you am be finding some people asking you if you need a taxi: they are unauthorized taxi drivers, who will apply very high fares compared to the regular ones!
  • Teresa W.
    Teresa WJuly 5, 2012
    credit cards have issues at the machine; try your debit card instead. find your assigned car (carrozza) number or risk running around like an idiot. get your ticket validated before boarding!
  • Sam
    SamMarch 7, 2014
    If you want real food, check out the noodles and rice at W.O.K., which is 1 level below the main terminal floor. There's also a grocery and host of other shops down there.
  • Giovanni A.
    Giovanni AriawanDecember 21, 2012
    Be careful especially with the immigrant from africa! It happened to me last night, I almost been robbed by them. Don't stay until late night at this station, it is very dangerous!
  • Lexi M.
    Lexi M.June 7
    Lots of scammers and gypsies here. Always be mindful of your belongings and as much as possible, avoid letting them buy your ticket from the vending machines.
  • Bob E.
    Bob EvolaJuly 22, 2014
    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.
  • Bea H.
    Bea HMarch 27, 2015
    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.
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi UedaFebruary 12, 2014
    Be careful of the people trying to drag you into using the ticket machines especially if you look like a tourist, they will want to distract you and steal something from you while you are unaware
  • Khaled ☤
    Khaled ☤July 23, 2015
    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!
  • Catarina L.
    Catarina LaiJanuary 10, 2012
    Repubblica direction bound, u'll see the worst Bl. JPII statue ever created by Italian sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi…so terrible u'll weep when u see it as it did not resemble our beloved JPII at all
  • Mine B.
    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.
  • James K.
    James KimbleyNovember 23, 2013
    Watch out for gypsies pickpockets. Especially in poorly designed underground with it bottlenecks which allow pickpockets to run free. Rome Police are worse than useless if you get to find one.
  • Yatharth G.
    Yatharth GuptaSeptember 21, 2012
    Thoughts : Trains are not listed by number but by final destination :) Trains pull up about 15mins before departure. Frecciarossa 1st class is so worth it. Also beware of pickpockets.
  • iraide a.
    iraide aramberriaNovember 11, 2012
    The train to Fiumicino airport is in the Binario 24. Avoid the queues to buy the ticket by buying it in the machines. There are plugs in the train to charge your phone/laptop.
  • Terror R.
    Terror RiskOctober 10, 2014
    Very packed with passengers. Duly organised transport system conveniently connected to all parts of Europe. Best & cheapest way of transport. 👍👌
  • Martin R.
    Martin RomanJanuary 26, 2014
    Awful and rush trainstation. If your train departs from some platform called "bis" then you will find it on the end of "normal" platform. E.g. 20bis is on the end of pltaform 20.
  • Alek S.
    Alek S.September 22, 2014
    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.
  • Pam F.
    Pam FullerJune 20, 2013
    Watch out for "helpful" people. They want money for helping you find your train or buying your ticket from the machine. They will even take your luggage and demand money.
  • Thomas C.
    Thomas CraenenFebruary 17
    Very chaotic station with many shady figures hanging around. If you want to travel to Fiumicino airport, you can only buy an expensive €14 first class express ticket.
  • jaireh t.
    jaireh tJune 7, 2012
    Take the H bus outside to get to Trastevere. Lots of scammy people are hovering around the poorly designed and confusing ticket machines who will want to "help". Avoid them.
  • Joshua M.
    Joshua MastersJuly 13, 2012
    Do not buy TrenItalia tickets if the trains are on strike, especially if there are no times listed on the Biglietteria machine screens!
  • Pavel D.
    Pavel D.August 4, 2013
    Do not use general bathrooms, use the one on the 2nd floor. Its 0,70€ and you get it back of you get coffee :-)
  • Ezgi E.
    Ezgi ErenApril 9, 2012
    Extremely crowded all the time. Do not give a chance to those who want to help you while you are buying a ticket at Biglietti Veloci. They will ask for money for sure !
  • Daniel T.
    Daniel TJuly 30, 2013
    The Leonardo Express train from Fiumicino is currently €14 per person each way as of 30th July 2013 - Apparently the most expensive train trip in Italy.. Still beats Londons Heathrow Express tho !
  • Simon M.
    Simon MarriottJune 13, 2014
    Get the train to the airport not the bus. I'm from London England and am happy to pay an extra €10 for an extra 15 minutes of not being on public transport.
  • Mark L.
    Mark LOctober 13, 2010
    Train to Fiumicino is a 400m walk from the main concourse... allow plenty of time! Watch out for thieves / con artists who try to 'help' you use the ticket machines.
  • LeFrecce
    LeFrecceJune 4, 2014
    Leonardo Express non-stop train to and from Rome Termini/ Fiumicino Airport. It departs every 30 mins from platforms 23/24 and it takes only half an hour. Read more
  • Mauro D.
    Mauro DiNovember 14, 2010
    Toilets in tunnel near platforms 27,28 (trains to Fiumicino...) are closed!! God only knows when them will open again, so proceed to Via Giolitti exit and there you'll find fresh new toilets...
  • Tugsan T.
    Tugsan TezilOctober 5, 2015
    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
  • Alessandro B.
    Alessandro BaffaOctober 5, 2013
    Avoid the train to get to the airport Roma Fiumicino. The bus costs only 4€ and it takes only 15 minutes more than the train (which costs 14€ instead !!).
  • Khaled ☤
    Khaled ☤July 17, 2015
    The best way to travel within Italy is to take the train! Very convenient and fast. You can book your tickets online!
  • Aryan J.
    Aryan JDecember 15, 2012
    Don't forget to validate your ticket before boarding the train if you don't have a seat reserved. Fees will be charged for failing to do so.
  • Maa🌸 Y.
    Maa🌸 YaNovember 15, 2015
    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 !!!
  • Salvatore D.
    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.
  • Daria B.
    Daria BottaccioliFebruary 19, 2014
    If you're takibg the train to Perugia from track 1 EAST, go with big anticipation, it takes 10 minutes r more walking to the track!
  • FSNews
    FSNewsJuly 10, 2014
    ​The Railway Police in Roma Termini are located facing platform 13 and along the pavement of platform 1 Read more
  • Daniele P.
    Daniele POctober 16, 2015
    If you're thirsty, just in front of the left exit (via Giolitti) there's a small supermarket with good prices
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