Roma Trastevere railway station

Roma Trastevere Railway StationRoma Trastevere is the fourth railway station of the capital for passenger flow, after Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense. It is situated in Piazza Flavio Biondo in the south of Trastevere.

Inside the station there are several  services including ticket office, bar, and newsstand.

Roma Trastevere railway station is situated at the junction of the line Roma – Fiumicino Airport and Roma – Pisa.

Roma Trastevere railway station is served by:

  • regional railway line FL1 -> 4 trains per hour to Fiumicino Airport and Fara in Sabina, 2 of them prolonged to Poggio Mirteto and 1 to Orte;
  • regional railway line  FL3 -> 4 trains per hour to Roma Ostiense and Cesano, 2 of them prolonged to Bracciano and 1 to Viterbo.;
  • regional railway line  FR5 -> 4 trains per hour to Roma Termini e Civitavecchia, 2 of them prolonged to Montalto di Castro-Grosseto and 1 to Pisa.
  • bus ATAC lines (night and day).

Find your bus

It is possible to calculate the route of each line here.

 

Roma Trastevere Railway Station Map

Verona station

Verona is a city of art straddling the Adige river, not far from Garda Lake. It a city with a rich historical heritage, full of museums and monuments such as the Arena of Verona, Romeo and Juliet’s house and the Lapidary Museum “Maffeiano”.

The city is well connected and easily reachable thanks to the main and the secondary station:

Verona station “Porta Nuova“, the main station: cross the line Milan-Venice and the line Rome-Brennero
Verona station “Porta Vescovo“, the secondary station
Trains, direct or intercity, regularly arrive at Verona stations  every hour. To check routes and schedules please visit the italian railways website or the  german railways  website, that also connect Verona with many other cities.