Termini railway station is the main railway station of Rome, the largest in Italy and the second largest in Europe.
The station takes its name from the nearby Baths of Diocletian (in Latin , thermae , arum ) on the opposite side of the main entrance of the station.
The first station was opened to the public in 1863. Several renovations has undergone during the course of history, also made necessary as a result of damage caused by bombing during the Second World War.
Nowadays, Termini Station is characterized outwardly by the long winding concrete shelter popularly called the " dinosaur " , which is accentuated by thin horizontal strip windows . The form was not random but framing the outline of the ancient walls of Rome , the Servian walls . Access to trains is via a pedestrian gallery which connects via Giolitti to Via Marsala.
The Morgana Hotel is situated a few steps from Termini station, a strategic location for those who want to reach Rome by train and also for those arriving from the airport; by the railway line "Leonardo Express" that connects directly to Fiumicino Airport to Termini Station, you can reach the city center from the airport (and vice versa) in just 40 minutes
How to reach us from Termini Station:
Reach the exit “Via Giolitti” on the left hand side with train platforms at your shoulders. Take Via dei Gioberti, right in front of you, and turn left on Via Filippo Turati (first street on the left). The Hotel Morgana is on the left side of Via Filippo Turati, at number 33.