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B&B Rome Termini Station

In addition to the historic areas of the capital is possible to stay in B&B Rome Termini Station, the first station in the capital and the second European station after the Paris Gare du Nord. Proposals to stay recommended by B&B Rome Termini Station allow you to move in the best and fastest possible, because the station is a major hub of the metropolitan and suburban trains, as here ...

In addition to the historic areas of the capital is possible to stay in B&B Rome Termini Station, the first station in the capital and the second European station after the Paris Gare du Nord.

Proposals to stay recommended by B&B Rome Termini Station allow you to move in the best and fastest possible, because the station is a major hub of the metropolitan and suburban trains, as here you cross the line A and line B metro as well as those segments connecting all other districts of Rome urban and suburban, namely FR4, FR5, FR6, FR7 and FR8.

The station was created in 1862, has 29 tracks to ensure the departure of 850 trains a day; at the time they joined two existing railways, but it was only with the passage of the capital of Italy in Rome which was finished in 1873.

A second reconstruction was undertaken in 1950, expanding the building; the third and last change was in 2000, on the occasion of the Jubilee, when the Termini Station has been reclaimed from decay, cleaned and there were created commercial activities and a large shopping center, The Forum Termini. The name derives from the proximity to the Baths of Diocletian, while in 2006 it was officially registered to John Paul II.

The area has become more livable, thanks to the emergence of more and more clubs and pubs for nightlife unabated. Take for example the area of San Lorenzo, the historic district next to the Termini Station, here is poured part of Roman nightlife, thanks to its proximity to the university city of La Sapienza.

The San Lorenzo district is born at the end of 1888 to accommodate railroad workers and workers called to Rome to collaborate on the development of the city. This popular nature has remained, but it disappeared in time degradation that had marked for many years. He was one of the first neighborhoods to be bombed in World War II.

Near the Termini Station you will find the two roads: Via Nazionale (which begins in the historic Piazza della Repubblica) and Via Cavour, which descend towards the Colosseum, which gladden your walks with countless shops.

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