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Termini (Rome Metro)

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Owned by  Atac di Roma
Opened  1955
Tracks  2
Structure type  Underground
Owner  Transport in Rome
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Platforms  Island platform (Line A); Side platform (Line B)
Connections  Termini railway station
Connection  Roma Termini railway station
Similar  Roma Termini railway st, Tiburtina, Vittorio Emanuele, Castro Pretorio, Repubblica – Teatro dell'Opera

Termini is an underground station of the Rome Metro. The station was inaugurated on 10 February 1955, as a station on Line B and later became an interchange with Line A. The station is found in Piazza dei Cinquecento, under the Termini rail terminal. Together, the two stations form the main public transport hub in the city.


Termini is currently the only station in the Rome Metro system to service both Lines A and B. However, when Line C is completed, Termini will still be a transfer point between Lines A and B but will no longer be the only transfer point between lines; Line C will have transfers to Line A at Ottaviano and San Giovanni and to Line B at Colosseo. It will also mean that there will be no station on the system that will still serve all lines.


This station has:

  • Ticket office
  • Escalators
  • Connecting services

    Line A, Line B, FL4, FL5, FL6, FL7, FL8, Rome–Giardinetti railway, Leonardo Express, mainline railways

    Located nearby

  • Piazza dei Cinquecento
  • Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
  • Piazza dell'Indipendenza
  • Rome and Fiuggi Rail Road
  • Sapienza University of Rome
  • References

    Termini (Rome Metro) Wikipedia

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