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Address: Piazza Dei Cinquecento, Rome, Italy
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Stazione Termini is Rome’s main train station, and is very large, accommodating 29 tracks. The size is the issue with this Stazione. If you originate from here there is no... read more

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Murrieta, California
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Stazione Termini is Rome’s main train station, and is very large, accommodating 29 tracks. The size is the issue with this Stazione. If you originate from here there is no issue, but if you come in on a local, make sure you leave plenty of connection time. We took two trips, connecting here from Stazione Roma San Pietro, one to... More 

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Sunnyvale, California
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

This train station is big, and busy with the hustle of travelers and locals. I had purchased my ticket beforehand online so I got to skip the lines at the machine but they seemed pretty self explanatory for next time- and there WILL be a next time. Centrally located and easy access to the metro right next door!

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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

The train station is filled with shops, places to eat, and clean bathrooms. There are a couple of currency exchange places but avoid them at all possible because they will rip you off. There is a grocery store and a huge book store. If you need something or forgot something you can definitely pick it up at Termini.

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Destin, Florida
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

We used the Italian train system while in Italy. Very easy to use, easy to understand. Much cheaper to use the train system versus renting a car.

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Chesterfield, New Jersey
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The hotel we got was close to Termini. We were able to walk to Termini to get our Hop on Hop Off bus which makes moving around convenient. This is a huge transportation hub for trains, buses, taxis and others. With taxis at Termini early morning and late at night, makes finding one is not a problem. Termini has good... More 

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Silver Spring, Maryland
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's definitely a good idea to read up ahead of time if it's your first time going. Its pretty easy to navigate, but it gave me peace of mind to know what to expect. There's a big board with train information that's pretty self explanatory, but again, slightly overwhelming if it's only your first time there. Boarding gate shows up... More 

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Quincy, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Rome's main train station is always bustling, but you do have to be careful. I was going to get my ticket to Florence at one of the ticket machines, but decided not to when I noticed two men watching me. It would have been too easy for them to get my credit card number. Instead, I went to the regular... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

After spending three lovely nights in Rome and touring around many of the main attractions, always being wary of pickpockets and the like, especially whilst on the underground, happily heading to Florence from Roma Termini we were approached by a man in his 30s who tried to look at our ticket, and shouted after us that we should give him... More 

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Our train to Naples was delayed and no platform number was given till last moment. Now there are NO seatings at all in this unfriendly station unless you patronize the F & B. We booked business class and see from the photo how filthy and dirty the inside is. No one cleans. Seats were filthy with crumbs etc . Bring... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Loved the place. There are a lot of self-service ticket automats, there isplenty of ticket desks, Terrazza with food court, shopping mall. The ticket to Fumicino airport costs 14 Euros (Apr. 2017), the road takes 32-36 minutes.

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