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Stazione Termini, Rome

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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1/5 based on 3,200+ reviews on the web
One of Europe's largest railway stations, Stazione Termini serves over 150 million passengers a year. Rome's main railway station runs trains to all major Italian cities and offers daily international services. Observe the station's unusual architecture, which has earned it the nickname "the dinosaur." Browse the station's modern shops, or look outside the station to see some of the early Roman Servian Wall. If you're taking a train, be wary of people trying to help you buy a ticket from the machines or offering to help you with your luggage. They will most likely ask you for money or try to pick your pocket. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Stazione Termini and many more Rome attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Rome travel itinerary planner.
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  • A delirium from all points of view, auditory level may seriously compromise your eardrums, at an organizational level we don't talk, with new barriers created for control of train tickets, imagine if there is an emergency, a total frenzy, the new pavement is slippery limb breakage exacted exaggeratedly high, favoring, buy dinner with the money to go to the bathroom in terms , I'll take the train at 18.21 18.15, until you do not know which platform you need to go, you arrive in advance because you breach in the crowd will have to be patient and not push, the only nice thing are the shops, everything to forget, once there were fountains, but for goodness sake, the water should be a right as usual becomes a commodity to trade. Vigilantes seem more taken from the backsides of female tourists in favour of which cater sexist and vulgar comments and appreciation that the Gypsies seeking to snatch tourists, few indeed null and void the benches, tantevvero that people often sits on the ground, those few chairs that are there are occupied by poor homeless people who were shifted from side to side , offer him a living arrangement no, let's pretend not to see them, we throw the dust under the carpet, there's a gentleman who will be perfectly polite, 80th birthday in a wheelchair, occasionally buy breakfast, is the theatre of human indifference, all of which run regardless of others, actually the mirror of this sad time.
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  • In recent years, definitely the Roma seem to become more secure, thanks to the presence of law enforcement and the gates that allow entry only to ticketed. Unfortunately the continuing renovations break some boxes, because they go on for a while and create some confusion. Anyway all in all I would say average.
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  • Even though the station is very busy it's very Easy to get tickets and convenient to travel to airport and cruise ship port also. We traveled from the airport with no problem. We also took the express...  read more »
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