Marconi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Giovanni Amendola, 97, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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  • Families53
  • Couples78
  • Solo28
  • Business25

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Forum Posts

Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by platapus

My wife and I will be arriving in Civitavecchia by sea and will catch a train to Rome. We have been advised to leave the train at the Termini station.

We are in our 70's and will have luggage...to allow us to be ready to get off the train can someone please tell me...... Is THIS station (Termini)the "end of the line"... or does the train continue on.

What is the name of the station immediately prior to Termini please

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by tango_jd

Yep - end of the line and there is plenty of time for getting-off with luggage

(I am guessing that the clue is in the name LOL!)

However, be aware that some trains may stop quite a way from the front doors of the station. When we arrived from the airport, we got off the train but it was at least a 5-minute walk before we actually got outside! More like an airport!There were side doors I believe, but most people want the main concourse and front doors.
If you look on Google maps, you'll see the main entrance on Piazza Del Cinquecento - then look South-East and see what I mean!
Hope this helps!

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by platapus

Thank you....but would still appreciate the name of the station immediately prior to Termini please.........\\

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by bekerovka

Hy,
from Civitavecchia the station prior is Roma Tuscolana.
Ps: the name Termini comes from Latin "thermae" because it's close to Diocletian's spa, it doesn't mean "end" in this case.
Ciao, Marco

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by tango_jd

I stand corrected - thank you!

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by Jesperp

Train Timetable: http://www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=3fdbe14114bc9110VgnVCM10000080a3e90aRCRD

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by Jesperp

Map link: http://maps.google.dk/maps?q=Civitavecchia+map&oe=UTF-8&ie=UTF8&hl=da&hq=&hnear=Civitavecchia+Rom,+Lazio,+Italien&ll=42.091217,11.796741&spn=0.015223,0.032916&z=15

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by Jesperp

The Danish word meter = metre according to http://www.freelang.net/online/danish.php?lg=gb

Re: Questionn re Rome Railway Stations

by platapus

Thanks for the info........\\

Travel Tips for Rome

A little history of Rome

by slabeaume

From its early days as a settlement of shepherds on the Palatine hill, Rome grew to rule a vast empire stretching beyond western Europe. Later, after the fall of the Roman empire, Rome became the center of the Christian world. The legacy of this history can be seen all over the city. The Pope still resides in Vatican City, an independent enclave within Rome. In 1870, Rome became the capital of a newly unified Italy, and now has over 2.6 million residents. In summer, many of the grand Baroque piazzas and narrow medieval streets are crammed with sidewalk bars and restaurants -- and tourists. The feel of the Roman Empire is strong here. It was easy to imagine what it was like to be there thousands of years ago.

Beautiful mosaics on the subway

by Jenniflower

Subways are not generally pretty places to be in, whatever city you are in.

So when a city takes some time,money and effort to beautify them a bit, it is really appreciated!

I think these are simply lovely.

Via Nazionale

by Marpessa about ?

I spent a bit of time walking up and down Via Nazionale (one of the main streets in Rome). There are many shops and boutiques along this road. Ice-cream parlours as well!

You will find quite a lot of shops on this street selling gloves, scarves, leather items, ties and shoes, shoes and more shoes. While Via Nazionale has a few big name stores on it – like Furla, there are also some more mid-range stores as well, like United Colours of Benetton (not a shop that I’m actually a fan of though, not really my style).

There also many cafes, restaurants and bars along the street for if you need a break.

By Car: How far/how long...?

by Redang

Road distances from Rome to:

- Paris (France): 1.427 kms.
- Berlin (Germany): 1.524 kms.
- Madrid (Spain): 1.970 kms.

Here you can find the driving times together with the best routes:
- www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/gbr/tpl/hme/MaHomePage.htm

Forget the chicken fingers

by Tijavi about Il Corallo

I have mixed emotions about this restaurant near Piazza Navona. While the crispy chicken with soy sauce was tasteless, almost paper-like (except for the sprinkled roasted sesame seeds which enhanced the texture), the meatball on a bed of potato sauce (more like liquified mashed potato) with tomato sauce was not bad at all.

The meatballs were meaty, with the fresh tomato sauce balancing the oily meaty flavor. The potato sauce - starchy and earthy - added a third dimension that perfectly complemented the tomato sauce-coated meatballs.

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Address: Via Giovanni Amendola, 97, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy