Piazza dei Cinquecento 1 00185 Roma Italia
Ticket office hours
|06:35 - 20:20
|06:35 - 20:20
|06:35 - 20:20
|06:35 - 20:20
|06:35 - 20:20
|06:35 - 20:20
|06:35 - 20:20
Roma Tiburtina station is located to the east of the city and has 21 interlinked railway lines. Not only is it the second most important railway station in the capital (after Termini), but it is also a major national and international hub. With the implementation of the high-speed line operated by Trenitalia and Italo, which links Northern and Southern Italy, the station recently underwent major renovations and was re-opened in 2011. The underlying concept is that of a 'bridge station', and the station boasts two main halls, joined by a huge crystal gallery suspended above the last platform level.
You can directly access LINE B (Tiburtina stop) on the Rome underground from the station. Several buses to the city centre and other areas of Rome (such as Pietralata, Tiburtino and Casal Bertone), but also several nearby destinations, stop near the station. Main destinations from Roma Tiburtina include Fiumicino airport, in 47 minutes with 62 trains a day, Milano Centrale in 2 hrs 52 mins, Florence in 1 hr 21 mins and Naples in 1 hr 8 mins. An interesting fact: in 1921 the body of the Milite Ignoto (unknown soldier) reached its final destination at this station after travelling along the Aquileia-Roma line.
Roma Tiburtina station is open daily between 4.30 am and 1 am. Listed below are details of the station's facilities, shops and food outlets.
|Trenitalia Ticket Office
|Daily: 6:35am - 8.20pm
|Italo Ticket Office (Casa Italo)
|Daily: 7am - 7pm
|Daily: 6am - 10pm
|Daily: 6am - midnight
|Daily: 6:15am - 9.30pm
|Hertz: Mon - Fri 8am - 7pm, Sat 8am - 1pm Maggiore: daily: 7am - 9pm Europcar: Mon - Fri 6.30am - 8.30pm, Sat 6.30am - 3pm.
|Daily: 7.30am - 10pm
|Daily: 4.30am - 1am
|Parafarmacia (health store)
|Mon - Fri 7.30am - 8pm, Sat and Sun 10am - 6pm
Ticket office: The Trenitalia ticket office and info point are located on the station's second floor in the Galleria Vetrata and are open daily from 6.35am to 8.20pm. You can buy tickets here for regional, national and international destinations as well as group and season tickets. The Casa Italo ticket office and info point are located on the second floor of the Galleria Vetrata and are open daily between 7 am and 7 pm. The Bigliettissima ticket office is located on the station's lower ground level -1 and sells Trenitalia and Italo tickets as well as tickets for local and national buses and season tickets. It is open daily between 7 am and 8.30 pm. Mondo Service International, located on the lower ground level, sells train, underground and bus tickets for the airports. It is open daily between 6 am and 8 pm. There are also several automatic ticket machines throughout the station.
Toilets: there are two separate toilet facilities in the station: the first toilets are in the Nomentano hall in the Galleria Vetrata; the second toilets are in the Pietralata hall on the lower ground level (-1) on the Piazza Ipogea side. Both facilities are open daily between 6 am and 10 pm and are also accessible to people with reduced mobility. Cost: €1.
ATMs and banks: there is a Euronet ATM on the ground floor which is open from 4.40 am to 1 am.
Passenger lounges: the Freccia Club Lounge is located on the second floor of the Galleria Vetrata and is open daily from 6.15am to 9.30pm (there is also a ticket desk which is open daily from 6.15am to 9.20pm inside) Access is reserved for members of CartaFRECCIA Gold and Platinum who have bought or intend to buy a ticket, holders of an Executive or Business salottino ticket or those who have a 10-ticket 1st class/Business/Executive booklet, with reservation. Members of CartaFRECCIA Base can access the lounge by purchasing a six-month or one-year season ticket or a 10-ticket booklet. There is free Wi-Fi in the lounge as well as access to newspapers and coffee. The Le Frecce waiting room is reserved for passengers with a Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca or Frecciargento ticket. It is open daily between 6.48a m and 10 pm. Casa Italo is on the second floor of the Galleria Vetrata and offers the following services: ticket purchase, welcome desk, arrivals and departures boards, smartphone charging point, wi-fi and digital newsstand. It is open daily between 7 am and 7 pm.
Car rental: you can hire a car or commercial vehicle on the ground floor from one of the following companies: Hertz (open daily 8am-9pm), Maggiore (open daily 8am-11pm), B-Rent (open daily 8.30am-7.30pm).
Lost and Found: The lost and found office is managed by the Rome city council and is located at Circonvallazione Ostiense no. 191, 30 minutes by underground from Rome Tiburtina station (line B to Laurentina, get off at Garbatella and walk 300m eastwards). It is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday between 8.30 am and 1 pm and Thursday between 8.30 am and 5 pm. In the event of lost or stolen property, contact the Polizia Ferroviaria first.
Parking: there are several car parks around the station: Tiburtina 1 car park is just a few metres from the station at Circonvallazione Nomentana no. 518, Tiburtina 2 is in Via Lorenzo il Magnifico no. 156, while the Piazza Bologna car park is in Via Re Tancredi no. 3. The car parks are open daily between 5.30 am and midnight. Rates: €0.50 for the first 30 minutes, €2.20/h for a stay of between 30 minutes and 3 hours, €1.70/h from the 4th to the 9th hour; a daily fee of €18 will be applied after the 10th hour.
WiFi: the “Free WiFi RomaTiburtina” network will give you free access for 15 minutes. You can also use the Around Station app to access the internet for free for as long as you like, but you will have to download the app, register and then connect. Download the app from here: Android - Apple.
Shopping: several clothes, accessories and health and beauty shops can be found on the ground floor and on the second floor of the Galleria Vetrata. The Apuania Pharmacy is located on the mezzanine and is open between 8 am and 8 pm, Crimi Health and Beauty retailer is located on lower ground level (-1) on Piazza Ipogea and is open Monday to Friday between 7.30am and 8 pm and Saturday and Sunday between 10 am and 6 pm. The Arpa tobacconist is on the mezzanine and is open daily between 8 am and 8 pm. If you are looking for a magazine or book for your journey, the Nuovo Cataldo bookshop is open daily between 5.30 am and 8.30 pm on the lower ground floor (-1) on Piazza Ipogea, while Giunti al Punto bookshop is located in the Galleria Vetrata and is open daily between 8 am and 8 pm.
Restaurants and cafés: there are several cafés and eateries in Rome Tiburtina, including Mokà (one on the lower ground level -1 and one on the ground floor), Busters Coffee on the first floor and Bar Carloni on the lower ground level -1. If you want to taste some authentic cuisine from the Lazio region, Farmers on the mezzanine floor (daily from 7 am to 11 pm) offers a selection of typical Lazio dishes, while Dar Ciriola on Piazza Ipogea offers ciriole (traditional Roman bread) filled with seasonal ingredients. If you have a sweet tooth, Zucchero on the first floor sells bonbon gourmet sweets while Grom, on the same floor, is an award-winning ice cream parlour that uses first-rate ingredients.
Rome offers an efficient public transport network that includes two underground lines (A and B), an extensive network of trams and trolleybuses and several city and extra-urban buses. All services are run by ATAC. The fare for a standard city ticket is €1.50 and is valid for 100 minutes after validation (for just one underground journey, however), the Roma 24H ticket costs €7 while the 48H ticket costs €12.50. You can purchase tickets at newsstands, authorised resellers or underground stations.
You can also opt for a Rome Pass, valid 48 or 72 hours, which gives you access to public transport and discounts in museums, tourist attractions, shops and theatres.
Public transport and taxis from Rome Tiburtina
Underground: Tiburtina stop - line B (Laurentina - Jonio)
Buses: The station's main square is used as a terminus for several buses which connect the station with the districts of Pietralata, Tiburtino, Casal Bertone and the city centre. In the square, on Piazza Ipogea, there is also an arrivals and departures terminal, called Autostazione Tibus, for buses operating medium and long distance stretches with destinations in Italy and abroad.
Taxis: Taxis can be found by the exit on the left (if you are standing with your back to the station), close to the bus station. Taxis are available at any time of the day or night.
From Roma Tiburtina to Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport and vice versa
You can reach Fiumicino Airport from Rome Tiburtina in 47 minutes thanks to the Leonardo Express direct trains, departing every 30 minutes. You can purchase tickets for the Leonardo Express trains on Trainline, at no additional cost, for €14 one way.
Electronic tickets purchased on Trainline are already validated and must be shown when you leave Rome Tiburtina or Fiumicino Airport to be able to pass through the turnstiles. The first train of the day leaves from Rome Tiburtina for Fiumicino Airport at 5.01 am (thereafter departures are every 30 minutes, i.e. at 5.31am, 6.01am, etc.) while the last train leaves Rome Tiburtina at 10.01pm and arrives at Fiumicino Airport at 10.48pm.
Free travel: children under four, children between the age of 4 and 11 (one child per paying adult), small animals in a carrier and luggage, with no restrictions on size or weight. On the Leonardo Express train, you will find ample room for storing your luggage as well as seats and toilets for people with reduced mobility.
From Rome Tiburtina to Ciampino Vinci Airport and vice versa
You can reach Ciampino Airport from Rome Tiburtina by taking Line A on the Rome underground and getting off at Anagnina; from here, you can catch one of the many buses to Ciampino. You can also take Line B on the underground to Termini and, from here, catch a regional train for Ciampino, followed by an ATRAL shuttle bus that will take you to the airport. On average, the train journey from Roma Termini takes 13 minutes and there is a train every 15/20 minutes, from 5.22am onwards. The last train of the day from Termini leaves at 10.42pm.
Not far from Rome Tiburtina station is the San Lorenzo district, which owes its name to the Basilica of San Lorenzo al Verano (or 'outside the walls'): ten minutes by bus will get you to what is considered one of the most lively and characteristic areas of the capital. Thanks to the presence of La Sapienza University, San Lorenzo is nowadays a young and lively district, which has lost the popular reputation it gained in the post-war period when artists, writers, intellectuals and filmmakers lived in the area. San Lorenzo is one of the seven basilicas of Rome and houses the tombs of five Popes and that of the statesman Alcide De Gasperi. The original building dates back to the fourth century; it was commissioned by Emperor Constantine I and was built right next to the tomb of Lorenzo the martyr.
The current main body of the building was completed in the 13th century; several works were carried out over the centuries until it was partially reconstructed after the bombings in the Second World War. In the same area, we find the monumental cemetery of Verano, from the Napoleonic era, a sort of open-air museum where many famous people are buried. A place of inestimable historic value for the city, where, among others, Vittorio Gassman, the members of the De Filippo family, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Trilussa, Palmiro Togliatti and Nilde Iotti, Alberto Sordi, Roberto Rossellini, Marcello Mastroianni, Vittorio De Sica, Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli and many other historical figures of Rome and Italy have been laid to rest.