Roma Termini Station is the railway hub of Rome, the largest in Italy, and the second largest in Europe by number of passengers that pass through it per year, second only to the Gare du Nord in Paris.
Roma Termini stands in the historic centre of Rome, close by to such main attractions as the Colosseum. As you might expect, this proximity, as well as some traffic restrictions, mean that the area is often heavily congested and finding a parking space can be nigh on an impossible task.
However, thanks to Parclick you won´t have any problems finding a spot in Rome´s ZTL (the area with traffic restrictions) which is not far from the station. Alternatively, there are other options in the historical centre, right next to Roma Termini.
If you are taking a trip out of the city for a couple of days, using Parclick will certainly work to your advantage. First of all, our map of the low cost car parks in Rome makes it easy to find somewhere suitably close to the station, and with one simple click you can make a booking, guaranteeing you a spot which will be ready for your arrival. Once you have reserved your place, you can avoid the risk of being late and missing your train, going straight to your spot, booked through Parclick, and then on to the station, just a stone´s throw away. You can then leave Roma Termini safe in the knowledge that you have left your car under surveillance in the centre of Rome.
Equally, if you have just arrived in Rome and are looking for somewhere to leave your car while you explore the beautiful sights that the city has to offer, Parclick can provide the answer. We do not just offer daily parking; if you require, it is possible to book for any period up to a month. So, whether you are just spending the weekend or lucky enough to be staying longer, Parclick can provide you with guaranteed, low cost parking to make your trip run smoothly.
Dotted around Roma Termini are some of Rome´s best known attractions such as the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, Piazza della Repubblica, le Terme di Diocleziano (Baths of Diocletian), as well as the Chiesa di Santa Maria degli Angeli e del Martiri, the Palazzao Barberini, the Trevi Fountain and the University La Sapienza of Rome.
As well as the various monuments located around the station, all the different districts of Rome are within reach quickly and easily using the public transport network.
In fact, Roma Termini is a hub through which much of the public transport services pass. On Piazza del Cinquecento you will find the stop for a multitude of bus lines, including the 38, 40, 50, 64, 66, 82, 85, 90, 92, 170, 223, 310, 714, 910, C2 and H and at night time the N2L, N5, N7, N8, N9, N13 and N15.
The number 5 and 14 trams also stop by the station.
If none of these are any help to you there is the Roma Termini stop of the A and B lines of the metro in front of the station.
As mentioned above Roma Termini is the largest station in Italy. Inaugurated in 1863, it now has 32 platforms, with 480,000 people passing through each day, reaching a yearly total of about 150 million!
There are many services running from the station amongst which are the regional lines FL4, FL5, FL6, FL7 and FL8 operated by Ferrovie regionali di Lazio.
Of course Trenitalia runs services out of Roma Termini, with both slow and fast trains linking Rome with the other major cities of Italy such as Milan, Naples, Florence, Turin and Venice. As well as lines running from Rome to Pescara and Ancona.
The Gruppo Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane operate between Rome and Livorno running down the Thyrrinian coast on the west of Italy.
If you are looking to get from Rome Fiumicino Airport into the centre the Leonardo Express arrives into Roma Termini
Given its size of 250,000 m2, Roma Termini is also home to a wide range of shops and restaurants as well as a whole host of other services for passengers, such as:
Booking a parking spot near Roma Termini is a piece of cake and if you are struggling to find somewhere to park in Rome, simply look at the map on Parclick and enjoy the rest of your trip alleviated of your worries.