00162 Rome, Italy, Rome, Italy

Welcome to the scenic Tiburtina station, Rome's second-largest railway hub after Roma Termini. Originally, it was known as the Portonaccio railway station but the name didn't catch on. It's home for both high-speed (Trenitalia and Italo) and regional trains, welcoming more than 20 million travelers each year. The station went through a complete makeover and was reborn in 2011. The main theme of the Roma Tiburtina renovation was the concept of a "bridge station", and now the complex boasts 2 majestic halls, connected via a spectacular crystal gallery.



What to Know About Rome's Tiburtina Railway Station


Where is the Tiburtina station in Rome?

The station is located in the east part of the city, not far away from the Musei di Villa Torlonia, Porta Maggiore, and the Basilica di San Clemente.

How can I get to the Roma Tiburtina rail station?

The station boasts a great location not far from the city center, making it easily reachable by public transport. And one of the most popular ways of getting there is by the metro. There is a Tiburtina metro station located right beneath the eponymous railway station, served by line B of Rome Metro.

What can I find at the Tiburtina railway station?

The Tiburtina rail station is a great example of what modern trains stations should be like, offering a wide range of services and facilities to make the time you spend at the station as stress-free as possible. The list of facilities you can find at the station includes ticket offices, restrooms, an ATM, several passenger lounges as well as car rental and Lost & Found offices. Keep in mind that if you have any problems with finding your way around the station, you can always go to the information desk and ask for help or check one of the Tiburtina station maps, available inside.

Is there any Roma Tiburtina luggage storage at the station?

Yes, you are welcome to take advantage of the Tiburtina left luggage facilities, located in the station's lobby.

Does Roma Tiburtina have a first-class lounge?

Yes, it does and more than one. The Freccia Club, offering top-notch service, delicious coffee, daily newspapers, and free Wi-Fi, is nestled on the second floor of the station complex. Casa Italo is also located on the second floor of the Galleria Vetrata and provides impeccable service, several smartphone charging points, a digital newsstand, and Wi-Fi. Plus, travelers are welcome to take advantage of the Le Frecce waiting room at the station.

Is there a direct train from the Roma Tiburtina station to the airport?

A Leonardo Express train, departing from the station every half an hour, can take you from the Tiburtina station to the Fiumicino Airport in a bit under 50 minutes.


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