Transfers from Rome Termini Train Station to Rome

Faster and more comfortable than shuttles, buses, trains and taxis from Rome Termini Train Station to Rome; to the city center, hotel, resort, airport, train station or to any other place you need to get to.

Why do tourists book private transfers from Rome Termini Train Station?

Vehicle classes from Rome Termini Train Station to Rome

Economy

Economy
VW Golf, Ford Focus, Opel Astra, Audi A3, BMW 3, etc.

Economy

The most affordable option for 1-­4 people.
  • 4 passengers
  • 3 pieces of baggage
$43

Comfort

Comfort
VW Passat, Toyota Camry, Toyota Fortuner, Chevrolet Suburban, etc.

Comfort

Ideal for family trips and long journeys.
  • 4 passengers
  • 3 pieces of baggage
$43

Business

Business
Mercedes E-class, Audi A6, BMW 5 Series, Lexus GS, etc.

Business

Comfortable car for business trips.
  • 3 passengers
  • 3 pieces of baggage
$55

Minivan 4pax

Minivan 4pax
VW Touran, Ford Galaxy, Opel Zefira, Peugeot 807, etc.

Minivan 4pax

Ideal combination of space and comfort.
  • 4 passengers
  • 4 pieces of baggage
$55

Minibus 7pax

Minibus 7pax
VW Multivan, Toyota Hiace, Opel Vivaro, Hyundai H-1, etc.

Minibus 7pax

For a group of 4-7 people or big baggage.
  • 7 passengers
  • 7 pieces of baggage
$55

Premium Minibus 6pax

Premium Minibus 6pax
Mercedes Viano Premium, VW Multivan Premium, etc.

Premium Minibus 6pax

Premium class transfer for a group of 4-6 people.
  • 6 passengers
  • 4 pieces of baggage
$61

Minibus 10pax

Minibus 10pax
Ford Transit, Mercedes Sprinter, Toyota Coaster, etc.

Minibus 10pax

Right choice for a group of up to 10 people.
  • 10 passengers
  • 10 pieces of baggage
$133

Minibus 13pax

Minibus 13pax
Ford Transit, Mercedes Sprinter, Toyota Coaster, etc.

Minibus 13pax

Right choice for a group of up to 13 people.
  • 13 passengers
  • 13 pieces of baggage
$144

Minibus 16pax

Minibus 16pax
Ford Transit (1-16), Mercedes Sprinter (1-16), Peugeot Boxer (1-16), etc.

Minibus 16pax

Great option for a group of 10-16 people
  • 16 passengers
  • 16 pieces of baggage
$157

Minibus 19pax

Minibus 19pax
Iveco 15-19pax, Mercedes Sprinter 15-19pax, etc.

Minibus 19pax

An option for a group of 15-19 people
  • 19 passengers
  • 19 pieces of baggage
$181

Other destinations from Rome Termini Train Station

Why do people book transfers at Rome Termini Train Station

Transfer is a transportation service which meets and brings you exactly where you asked: a Kiwitaxi driver meets you at the airport (as close to the Arrivals as possible), at the hotel reception or at the exactly given address, helps you with your luggage and brings you fast- track to your destination.

You can pre-order inexpensive taxi transfer to the city center or to the airport, comfortable car transfer for the family with children, Economy minivan for a tourist group or a Luxury transfer. The transfer cost from Rome Termini Train Station is fixed at the time of pre-order and never rises: either when the driver is waiting for the passenger, when the stop is necessary, or because of traffic jams.

Customer feedback

Superorganized in every detail. ....The information before, upgrading the car without extra charge in advance, the fast and nice service at the pick up place and the reasonable price!
Ten out of ten. Both drivers were on time and professional. Would definitely use Kiwi taxis again. Communication was also good Keeping us informed of driver contact details
The driver was waiting for us at the exit, even with the plane arriving late. He was very polite, drove well, we could understand each other perfectly in english (even that it was not our first language). Everything went well and I definetly recommend the service.

How to Get from Termini Train Station to Rome

Termini train station is the biggest station in Rome and Italy. It has about 30 platforms and serves about 800 trains a day. Therefore, people, who come to Rome, often wonder, how to get from Termini train station to the place they need.

Taxi from Termini Train Station to Rome

It is difficult to say how much a taxi ride from Termini train station to a destination you need in Rome will cost, as the price depends on traffic jams and extra charge for luggage. The only advice is to go to an official rank, located in front of the main entrance, instead of taking a taxi from people who offer their service near Termini train station. If you decide to take an unofficial taxi from Termini, you will end up paying a lot of money for a short trip. Therefore, ask about the price before the trip starts, and check if a taximeter is turned on at the beginning of a taxi ride.

Transfer from Termini Train Station to Rome

Nowadays more and more people prefer to book a transfer in advance, for not losing time while searching for a bus station or waiting for a taxi. If you are among them, the Kiwitaxi transfer might be the one that might suit you. We provide our customers with good service, safety, and comfort. Tariffs do not change after the transfer booking is made. You can pay both in cash and by credit card.

Thus, a taxi transfer in a micro-class car from Termini train station to any destination, located in Rome, will cost you 30 euros. If you travel in a big group, we can suggest you a transfer in a minibus. A fare of a transfer from Termini to any place in Rome for 7 persons is 57 euros. Do not hesitate to ask our consultants, who are always online in order to help you.

Public transport from Termini Train Station to Rome

If you are a budget traveler, you might choose public transportation. The majority of Rome buses and metro lines A and B stop at the central railway station, so you have an opportunity to go from Termini train station whenever you want. You can buy a 75-minute ticket, which costs only 1.5 euro and lets you use metro, buses, and trams within the city unlimitedly. However, you will not be able to leave the metro and return again, so you might choose a day pass, which costs 6 euros and ends up at midnight. If you are planning to stay in Rome for some days, you can buy a 3-day or week passes.

Interesting Information

The train station’s name has a strong connection with Ancient Rome, as it was built near Baths of Diocletian, and “thermae” is the Latin translation of “baths”. Nowadays, the ruins of baths are open to the public.