Loved the ease of using a train to get around Italy but it was crazy packed there and they charge you 1 Euro to use the restroom.
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We got the train between Rome and Venice and glad we did instead of flying, Trains were really nice and on time. The termni was clean and have a number of shops and restaurants.
Station itself is fine and has everything one needs. However, I made the mistake of buying a Vodafone SIM at Rome Termini station! Staff were unhelpful, not fluent in English and just UTTERLY HOPELESS. The first time they gave me a faulty SIM which could...More
Rome STINKS. Rome is FILTHY. The Termini station is a relative heaven of reasonable smells and very little dirt. Ladies of negotiable friendliness can be found in the evenings. Restaurants fairly good (not the burger place). Machines to buy tickets have easy to follow instructions...More
It's hard to avoid having to use Termini if you are traveling throughout Italy, but I will say, it wasn't as bad as I had prepared myself for. The biggest con, and this related to the whole of Italy, was the lack of signage. You...More
We love using the metro while in big cities so we went to Termini Station to take the metro to the Vatican. We tried to buy 4 tickets at a kiosk with a credit card but the card reader didn't work so we changed machines....More
Took the train back to our cruise ship. This station has 29 platforms and takes some navigating! The train to Civitevecchia went from platform 28 -which is a VERY long walk from the buffer stops. Platforms 25-29 are about a 10 minute walk-make sure you...More