Roma Termini

The Roma Termini Railway Station is a major railway station in the city of Rome, the largest in Italy and the second in Europe after Paris Gare de Nord for passenger traffic.

The railway terminal is composed of 31 binary logs, 22 of which reach the tunnel loader, 4 are devoted to the so-called "Lines Laziali", 2 east of the square and 2 others without shelter, were derived from former sidings.

Termini is the busiest railway station in Italy and among the top three in Europe, with about 800 trains a day (between arrivals and departures 400,000 passengers per day) for a total of about 150 million passengers a year.

At Termini rail services are of all categories that exist today, by the AV to the Eurostar, Intercity services from national and international.

If you want more information on the Roma Termini railway station, visit its website.

Transfer Ncc Stazione Termini

The Romamonticar Will do 'transfer service to Termini station ensuring punctuality', courtesy, convenience and availability 'thanks to the efficiency of its drivers with proven experience and own car park always looked after, clean and updated.

The Romamonticar ensure that its driver Will do 'rental service with driver (NCC) for transfers as urban suburban and or provisions hourly for your work commitments and also for meetings or ceremonies, welcoming you always with a smile.