The station in the heart of Rome
A point of reference for all commuters who reach the capital every day for work and for the thousands of tourists visiting the Eternal City, Termini Station is located in the heart of Rome, between Via Marsala, Via Giolitti and Piazza dei Cinquecento. The same square was known, at one time, as Piazza di Termini, from the Baths of Diocletian and are located a short distance away.
The original structure of the station dates back to 1867, but it was remodeled several times to meet the needs of a city, and a nation, in rapid growth. The building we see today is, thus, a mix of different styles, with particular influences of the 30s and 50s. Above all, the iconic "dinosaur" canopy is striking, with modern lines that, however, integrate perfectly with the oldest elements, not least the Servian Walls still preserved to the left of the facade.
Inside, the station offers travellers all kinds of services: at the Forum Termini, with the Central Gallery, you can fool the waiting of your train in 14 thousand square meters of shops, bars and restaurants.