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Rome Tiburtina station information & facilities

Distance from Rome Tiburtina to city center
Distance from Rome Tiburtina to city center
4 miles (6.4 km)
Ticket Office Hours
Ticket Office Hours
Mon - Sun: 06: 35 - 20: 20
How to get to this station?
How to get to this station?
Metro lines: LB
Bus lines: 62, 71, 111, 111F, 120F, 135, 163, 168, 211, 309, 409, n409, n041, C2, C3, Airport Shuttle
Train lines: FR, FA, IC, REG, FL1, FL2, FL3
How to get to nearest airport?
How to get to nearest airport?
The airport can be reached from the station by public transit in 50 minutes via the REG, FA, FR and RV train lines.
Amenities at station
Wifi
Wifi
Free, limited Wi-Fi available in the station for 15 minutes.
ATM
ATM
Located on the ground floor level.
Taxi
Taxi
Lockers
Lockers
Luggage lockers are located in the station lobby.
Dining
Dining
Rock n’ Coffee Roma | Arabian Kebab | Ingredienti | McDonald’s | Numb's Bakery Café
Car Rentals
Car Rentals
Hertz | Europcar
Information Desk
Information Desk
Located inside the main terminal.
Accessibility
Accessibility
Accessible facilities include elevators and escalators.
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Travel from Rome city centre to Roma Tiburtina train station

Rome is the most visited city in Italy and no wonder – the city is 2500 years older than Italy itself and teeming with unique history and culture. According to local legend, Romulus and Remus founded the city on the Palatine Hill, which you can visit in the centre of Rome near the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. Roma Tiburtina train station is located northeast of the city centre. To travel from the Rome city centre to Roma Tiburtina station, take metro line B from Rome’s central train station, Roma Termini, in the heart of the city. You can also take a bus from Roma Termini to Roma Tiburtina or a taxi, which will be more expensive.

Roma Tiburtina is a fascinating station that is elevated above the tracks and spans them like a bridge. Elevators and escalators connect the suspended rooms of the station. Although Roma Tiburtina train station was built in 1860, it has been renovated many times and is considered to be a modern station.

How far is it from Roma city centre to Roma Tiburtina train station?

The Rome city centre abounds with world-renowned landmarks, from the Colosseum to the Roman Forum and the Vatican. The city is full of fountains, churches, ruins and museums. However, there is not much to see along the approximately 2.3 miles (3.7 km) between the city centre and Roma Tiburtina train station to the northeast, if you are walking or driving. As a result, it would be better to take an affordable and speedy Rome Metro or train to Roma Tiburtina so you have more time to enjoy the many splendours of Rome.

What is the best way to get to Roma Tiburtina train station from Roma city centre?

The Roma Termini train station is in the centre of Rome and is an ideal starting point for travelling to Roma Tiburtina. Metro line B covers the 1.9 miles (3 km) in about 9min and Trenitalia trains depart throughout the day and arrive at Roma Tiburtina in less than 16min. Buses 492 and 649 travel the 2.7 miles (4.4 km) from Roma Termini to Roma Tiburtina and take approximately 22min. A taxi is much more expensive and not necessarily quicker than the metro. While you can walk from the city centre to Roma Tiburtina, it is not the best option. The walk would take about 1 h 30min, you would be heading away from the Pantheon and Colosseum and would not see any notable landmarks along the way.

Where is the airport in Rome and how to get there?

From Roma Tiburtina, you can travel to the two different airports that serve Rome, Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Fiumicino and Ciampino Airport, located southeast of the city centre. Leonardo da Vinci Airport is 19.3 miles (31 km) from Roma Tiburtina. The FL1 suburban train departs Roma Tiburtina for the da Vinci Airport every 15min or so and the journey takes about 48min. You can also get the metro from Roma Tiburtina to Roma Termini, and board the Leonardo Express from there, which takes about 32min. A taxi can cover the 30.3 miles (48.8 km) in roughly 34min, but will be more expensive.

Ciampino Airport is 15 miles (24 km) from Roma Tiburtina. Several bus companies, including Flixbus runs from Roma Tiburtina to Ciampino airport and the journey takes approximately 25min. You can also get a metro and a tram to Ciampino airport, or a bus and a tram, which will take about 1 h.

How accessible is Roma train station for those with limited mobility?

Passengers with limited mobility should try to arrive at Roma Tiburtina station in some sort of vehicle, since Roman cobblestone streets can be tough-going in a wheelchair. Once you are at the station, Sala Blu can provide you with a wheelchair if you need one. Sala Blu offers assistance to passengers with limited mobility and if you are taking a train to or from Roma Tiburtina, you can book assistance up to 1h in advance of your trip, if you’re travelling between 7:45 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. However, if you are arriving or departing outside of these times, you will need to contact Sala Blu 12h in advance if you need assistance. Sala Blu can assist passengers in many ways, including meeting them at the station, accompanying passengers on board the train, providing forklift boarding and disembarking and offering a luggage service. Roma Tiburtina bathrooms are wheelchair accessible and cost about a Euro.

Travel from Rome city centre to Roma Tiburtina train station: Rome Tiburtina station

Rome city centre to Roma Tiburtina train station. Source: Shutterstock

Night trains to/from Roma Tiburtina

Passengers will not be able to catch a night train from Roma Tiburtina. The toilets at the station close at 10:00 p.m., the ticket office closes at 10:20 p.m., the waiting room closes at midnight and the station itself closes at 1:00 a.m. The few trains that depart from Roma Tiburtina around midnight end their journey just a few minutes later at Roma Termini.

Travelling by train in Roma: Sustainable journey

While Roma Tiburtina train station is modern and convenient, it makes no specific claims about sustainability. However, Italian train companies have committed to goals of sustainability. Italian trains are transitioning to new hybrid trains that run on a combination of fuel and electricity, thus lowering emissions and reducing pollution.

Local tips: Roma train station points of interest

Roma Tiburtina train station stretches across the tracks just like it did when it was built in the 19th century, but its amenities are modern and convenient. You can drive to the station and park your car in one of the spaces nearby or you can rent a car from the station. There is a lost and found office, an ATM and a pharmacy. The Freccia club lounge is available to Freccia passengers and has free Wi-Fi. The second floor of the station features many shops and different places to get something to eat. Best of all, you can catch a quick metro, train, or bus from Roma Tiburtina to Roma Termini, and in a few minutes, you will find yourself in the very heart of Rome.For more information, you can check Omio The Window Seat.Take a quick trip to Roma Termini and you will be surrounded by famous Roman landmarks such as the:

  • Vatican
  • Colosseum
  • Pantheon
  • Spanish Steps
  • Trevi Fountain
  • Roman Forum
  • Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore

What to do in Rome

Rome has so many legendary sights that it seems impossible to enjoy them all. But luckily, so many of the historic landmarks are clustered around the city centre, allowing you to see many wonders in one day, such as the Vatican, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. While in Rome, you might also want to make a wish as you toss a coin into one of the many fountains, especially the world-famous Trevi Fountain. Experience the marketplace and nightlife of Campo de’ Fiore or enjoy the distinctive Roman charm in the shops and restaurants of the Trastevere neighbourhood.

The Galleria Borghese villa and museum will give you a taste of old world Rome and there is a fashion market on Sunday mornings at Porta Portese. You can climb Gianicolo Hill to see panoramic views of the city or visit Castel Sant’Angelo where you can tour a secret passage connected to the Vatican. Whether you want to see ancient ruins or awe-inspiring architecture, enjoy the history, social life, gastronomy or culture, Rome will not disappoint.

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