Termini station is the most important railway station as concerns passenger traffic in Italy and the second in Europe after the Gare Du Nord in Paris.
The main train station in Rome takes its name (Termini Laziali) to the nearby Thermae of Diocletian, which were located directly in front of the actual station, among Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza dei Cinquecento, Via Volturno and Via XX Settembre, in a large area where its remains are still kept and visible nowadays.
Termini Station is also the most important hub of Rome Tube and main city bus terminal, for buses departing for the airports and major cities of Lazio and of Italy, as well as arrival point of the Leonardo Express, main train connecting directly Termini to the Fiumicino Airport. Since the year 2000 it is available to all travelers the Forum Termini, a large shopping center located in the basement of the station, as well as a wide choice of restaurants and bars.
Hotel Felice, located at the beginning of the ancient Via Tiburtina, one of the most true and genuine discticts of Rome, is a two star budget hotel near Termini Station. 15 minutes walk out of the station on the right and passing it up to Porta Tiburtina, or 5 minutes by bus no. 71 (bus stop in front of our hotel) coming out on the left side of the station and along side to the bus stop of Via Turati: these are the recommended routes for those arriving by train in Rome and willing to reach Hotel Felice.