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Stazione Termini, Rome

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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. Plan your Stazione Termini visit and explore what else you can see and do in Rome using our Rome trip builder website .
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  • The nearby Piazza Cinquecento goes modern façade of Termini station (Stazione Termini), completed in 1950, he differs nvesom popularly nicknamed "dinosaur" for considerable dimensions and wavy line resembling a segment are near the ancient walls, attributed to Serviju Tulliju (VI to NOE).
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  • It’s not particularly well sign posted and really busy. We went by metro to the Vatican and googled which line and where to get off before you go, (line A in the direction of anagnina, get off at Otto...  more »
  • If you can avoid this point Vodafone, do it. Do you trust absolutely what they tell you. Double check what you are signing, even when I explain. My experience, unfortunately also by Vodafone, was very negative. I trusted and I hurt. I was about to leave for Milan and in twenty minutes ahead of the train I asked one of the guys if I had time to spot Vodafone buy a all inclusive offer, telephony and internet, changing the operator, Telecom to Vodafone. I was told that there were no issues, which would be managed. I trusted: first error. In fact after about fifteen minutes, the operation was not over. So, with my colleague who urged for risk of missing the train, i left my credit card references, a photocopy of my identity card and I signed the contract, obviously without reading it. I trusted: second mistake I leave convinced he did the right thing, having to Telecom to Vodafone to have, in addition to unlimited telephone, unlimited internet, too. Vodafone bill arrives, already paid off my credit card and ... Surprise! Instead of being about 90 euros, is 210 euros. From the detail, I discover that I paid the whole telephony! I understand that there was a mistake, I think because it followed to think in good faith, and I call Vodafone customer services. I explain that I have signed a contract for only the internet that if I also wanted the flat about phone calls I had to add an option that costs 6 euros. I explain that you can't get from Vodafone a refund except open a practice if the Vodafone Termini (precise: it is not the one inside of Euronics) make an admission of guilt. Obviously the point Vodafone did not want to send anything and I'm still waiting for the call to the Vodafone store manager who assured me he would try to do everything possible to resolve the equivico. I trusted: third error.
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