For a capital city in Europe, the historical center is surprisingly concentrated and easy to get around and to explore the seemingly endless ancient buildings and monuments on foot or by means of public transport.
La Casa di Amy Rome enjoys not only a superb location next to the train station for simple arrival and departure, but also easy access to Rome’s subway and bus transport system. Rome’s two subway lines form the hub at termini train station, making travelling to all major monuments and basilicas just a few subway stops away. Ask our cordial staff for information about the subway and getting you on your way.
Those arriving by air will find it extremely easy to make their way to the guest house in Rome Termini. Rome has two major airports, Ciampino and Fiumicino, both of which are connected with bus services directly from the airport to train station Termini.
Trains also leave regularly every half hour from Rome’s Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci airport, and are probably the fastest and cheapest way to get to train station Termini. Each way will cost passengers 14 euros.
Taxis are another alternative and will cost 30 euros from Ciampino airport and 40 euros from Fiumicino Leonardo Da Vinci airport.
Arriving by train from other destinations within or outside Italy will inevitably lead to Rome Termini, the guest house lies just south of the train station just a few minutes away.
Check out the map on this page for exact location and the ease in which to get here.
La Casa di Amy Rome enjoys a superb location near the train station Termini making arriving either by air or train trouble-free getting to our lovely Guest House in Rome.
With its ideal location, it’s perfectly suited for travelers relying on public transportation and arriving without a car. Traffic can be intense, and parking difficult to find in the centre of Rome.