Termini Station in Rome

The saying goes that "all roads lead to Rome" , and that is totally true. You can get to the Italian capital by road, by air or also by rail, since it has one of the best connected train stations in all of Europe and from there you can travel not only to any point in Italy but also to large European cities. .

It is the Termini Station , which was built in 1867 and is located in the old Esquilino district, right in the historic center, so from there it is very easy to visit all the places of interest, at least the most important. At 10 minutes walking you have the Basilica of Santa María La Mayor, at 15 the Colosseum and the Roman Forum and at 20 the Via Condotti, one of the most important commercial points of Rome .

At the Termini Station you also have two metro lines , A and B, so it is very easy for you to get to any other point in the city very quickly. In addition, the Leonardo Express also passes through here, which is the train that goes to Fiumicino Airport , and also the buses that come from Ciampino. Undoubtedly a strategic point to get to know the whole city in comfortable and fast movements.

In the vicinity of the station you can find a lot of restaurants, shops and hotels . As for places to eat, it is the area of ​​Rome that has the most non-Italian restaurants, so you will have a great variety to choose from just one step away. There is also a large Shopping Center where you can find shops of all kinds and for all tastes. In fact, within the station itself there is also a small Shopping Center with several stores, especially clothes.

As for hotels, the Termini area is one of the cheapest in this sense, so it is the ideal place to stay since you have everything very close and any means of transport also at your fingertips. It is also one of the cheapest areas of the city in other aspects such as hotels and shopping.