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how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by angelicaxoxo

what bus and metro #s should i take from my hotel at via cola di rienzo
if i want to go to tiburtina and termini stations? thank you!

Re: how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by mccalpin

Marissa, to get to Termini should be simple: go to the Lepanto or Ottaviano Metro stations (which ever is closer to you), and take the Metro over to Termini.

Once you are at Termini, you could take one of several buses as I recall to Tiburtina...however, the ATAC website suggests that you just walk to Piazzale Flaminio (just north of the Piazza del Popolo) and take the 490 bus to Tiburtina (it's the 20th stop).

I don't know where you are on Via Cola di Rienzo, so the walk to Piazzale Flaminio might be a few hundred meters or much longer.

Did I tell you about the ATAC website, with which you can compute routes using public transit? Go to , click on the Union Jack (upper right), click on Route planner (left), click on Route calculation, enter a reasonable time and date (note that it defaults to the current time in Rome which probably isn't what you want), enter "Via Cola di Rienzo" as your 'departure from', enter your street number to the right of 'no' (with the superscript 'o'), and enter either 'stazione termini' or 'stazione tiburtina' as the destination. You should get a solution in either case...

Let me know if that works for you...


Re: how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by thirstytraveller

When you're in the Metro anyway, you can always take Metro B from Termini to Tiburtina. Probably the fastest way.

Re: how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by angelicaxoxo

hi bill thanks for all the info. i shall print them out and study them.
we shall be at 212 cola di rienzo or the bed and breakfast called
"The Center of Rome". once again, thank you!

Re: how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by angelicaxoxo

thanks thirstytraveller!

Re: how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by mccalpin

Via Cola di Rienzo, 212, is closer to the Ottaviano station (and therefore closer to the Vatican than to the river). It's something like 2-3 blocks west and 4 blocks north...


Re: how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by asils

As everyone said above the easiest way to termini is taking the Metro from Ottaviano,
for tiburtina there is also the 492 bus...the bus stop is on Via Crescenzio though...which is a parallel street to Cola di Rienzo.the last stop is tiburtina.

but probably the fastest way to take the metro.
hope this helps

ciao and enjoy roma

Re: how to go to tiburtina and termini from cola di rienzo

by angelicaxoxo

thanks lisa!

Travel Tips for Rome

Rome Tip

by SydneyGal

The performers in Piazza Navona. One night, I was on my own in Rome, and spent my night in Piazza Navona. There were scores of extremely talented performance artists. I remember a man who played the traditional Italian songs with his classical guitar, a puppeteer (pictured), bongo dummers, a juggling comedian/clown, mordern dance artists and MUCH MORE, all on one night! In addition you could spent hours watching portrait artists draw - it was so good, I didn't want to leave but it was getting late and I WAS alone!

Beaches at Ostia (Lido)

by davidlop

Although in Rome you may be for culture, art, stones... well, in case you have some need of open spaces and air, using the same metro ticket (1 euro), you can reach the beach by train (Ostiense line) in less than an hour from Rome center. Not the beaches I'm used to, but enough for a pleasant walk in winter (this picture is Jan 1st, 2004, I have to say, after 3 days continously raining). An easy point to leave the train is Lido Centro. Maybe when returning, you want to have a cultural stop at the near Ostia Antica station....

Leonardo Express

by leics

It's not particularly cheap at 11 euros (though much cheaper than the UK equivalent), but the Leonardo Express is worth taking into the city if you land at Rome Fiumicino airport.

It leaves every 30 minutes, and takes you straight through to Termini or the airport itself. Journey time is about 30 minutes.

Its one drawback, for small people like me, is the height of the carriage from the platform. Not a problem in itself, but a real nuisance if you have to cope with a heavy-ish suitcase as well. There's not a massive amount of luggage space inside either, although reasonably-sized suitcases will go under the seats.

There's aticket booth at the airport station, in front of the platform. At Termini there is also a little booth on the Leonardo Express platform (24, well-signed) but if the man isn't there you can easily get your tickets from the machine (in other photo).

I think the convenience of this train probably outweighs the fact that it is double the fare of the 'normal' stopping train.

Don't forget to validate your ticket using the yellow machines on the platforms before you get on the train.

Special Night out

by adriang6 about Antico Botica

Set in the cellars that were a Chapel attached to a big house next to the Tiber.
It has been a restaurant for 125 years.
Rather expensive but excellent surroundings, service and food Chateau Briand

Vatican City - San Pietro

by roobus1

WOW.. What can I say to describe San Pietro... well..... how long have you got?

It is massive, beautiful, powerful and reminded me more of one of the worlds most beautiful art galleries than a place of worship. The view from the top of the dome is spectacular and worth the rather twisting and tiring climb. There is an option of taking an elevator but you still have 320 steps after that. The view looking back inside the basilica really gives the place a sense of scale.

Also, the walk around the tombs is very good and you will see the resting place of Pope John Paul II - that was quite moving as I wasn't expecting it !

A point worth mentioning... when you are in the queue to enter the actual basillica it splits into two, the left hand queue goes to the crypt and the right hand queue goes to the dome.


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