As happens in every cities the areas connected with the public railroad are among the most requested by tourists who often find a point of reference in the stations. The Termini Station, Rome's central station is no exception to that, guaranteeing the visitor numerous lines of public transports useful to travel within the city. That's why the station area over time has plenty accommodation facilities to its many visitors. Below we offer a range of precisely selected accommodations in the area, which despite the beauty of the interior design and the various services offered, our apartments, rental rooms and bed and breakfast offer a very competitive price in the Termini district. The station takes its particular name of the neighboring Baths of Diocletian and makes part of the quarters Esquilino and Monti, two very attractive districts of the city. They are in fact constructed with elegant and historical buildings like those surrounding Piazza della Repubblica, other streets with low delicious buildings offering lovely streets views of small squares, such as those included in Via dei Serpenti, Via del Boschetto and Via degli Zingari. Within this area are located some of the main cultural artistic treasures preserved in this city, such as the Fountain of the Naiad, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, the Interior Ministry's Square, the Opera House and Piazza del Quirinale, seat of the Presidency of the Italian Republic.
Starting from the bed and breakfast located in the Termini district you can choose different routes to take: going towards Castro Pretorio and you'll reach the historical district of San Lorenzo, once famous for the tragic events of being bombed during the Second World War now famous of being a center of roman nightlife, thanks to its many catering establishments serving local cuisine and the pubs and pizzerias. You may decide to walk along the path of Via Cavour reaching Via dei Fori Imperiali where you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the Roman Forum and Colosseum.