Roma Termini

438,550 Daily visitors
171 Commercial units
47,800 sqm GLA
451 Media assets
History

Roma Termini was named after its location, the plateau of the Esquilino hill near the Thermae Diocletianae.
The first structure of the current station was built in 1867 based on a project by Salvatore Bianchi. The newly-built complex comprised a central body with an iron and glass roofing – a very popular solution in the late 19th century – and two twin buildings, one at each side.
In the late 1930s the station was enlarged with the erection ex novo of a building complex designed by architect Angiolo Mazzoni, the architectural features of which can still be seen along via Giolitti and via Marsala (the famous “wings”). Mazzini’s work was left unfinished, then reprised in the post-war period by an équipe coordinated by architects Montuori and Vitellozzi, who created the “Dinosaur”, i.e. the elegant, sinuous roofing over the station’s main hall.

Access to transports
  • 2 metro lines (metro A, metro B)
  • 2 tram lines (5,14)
  • 20 bus lines (C2, C3, H, 38, 40, 50, 64, 66, 82, 85, 90, 92, 170, 223, 310, 714, 910, 105, 16, 360)
  • 2 airport-bound bus lines (to Fiumicino and Ciampino airports)
  • Car parking lots
  • Car Sharing

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Multi-transport hub, city square and shopping & service center. Open all week long from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., Roma Termini provides an offer that represents a crucial asset for its area, constantly adapting its services and business opportunities to the ever-evolving needs of its visitors and locals.