Rome Termini Taxi StandRom Termini Taxi rank
Taxi rank location in Termini - Rome Forum
May I help first-time travellers to Rome and tell them which way out they have to look at Termini train Station to find a taxi after they have arrived from Venice to Frecciaargento. You should simply obey the big signposts that point the way to the taxi. Yes, the taxi stands in front of the train depot in Piazza dei Cinquecento.
You just need to remember them not to take bids from anyone in the terminals, which they might be trying to do if they are sleepy and possibly jetlagged, but outside to go to the stand. When you are five of them, it might be better to rent a minivan with driver services, serious privately owned car rental companies are ROME SHUTTLE LIMOUSINE and ROME CABS.
So you can go together and not take two cabs.... By the time we got there two week ago, the taxi lines were really long, we were then contacted by two different folks who asked if we wanted to go to the terminal because they had a personal vehicle to bring us, we refused.
Contributions that do not comply with our policies will be removed, and we retain the right to delete any contribution for any reasons.
Taxi in Rome - Expensive? Dependable?
Hello everyone, we will arrive by rail (Termini station) in Rome. B&B where we are going to spend the night is not very near the railway stations by underground or coach (probably about 25-30 minutes), so I wonder if I should take a taxi. And finally, is it generally simple to take a taxi at the railway depot?
Termini railway line taxi to Trevi fountain - Rome Message Board
Dear folks who are going to Rome in a few days and are going to stay in a nearby Trevi Fountain overnight. There are no recent contributions on taxis from Termini railway stations. Are there any other taxi ranks in Termini? Get a cab. Take a look, by the way, at the folks who are trying to transport baggage on the road from Rome https://goo.gl/GxG6bd They will be breaking the case's wheel.
Just after two week in Rome we came home, used a lots of taxis and found them quickly, efficiently, cheaply and some driver were a source of knowledges / information. When you are "normally" in shape and have a "normal" case, do not take a taxi. It is possible to take an underground for 1,50 Euro (line A, towards Battistini, stop Barberini) or even to run with a card.
But I wasn't sure if the cabdrivers would make you bargain. Seems like I could take the subway to the motel one stop. Every taxi rider who wants to bargain is a taxi rider who should be avoided like the pestilence. If I had my bike checked, I'd take a taxi. Like answer 1, I have recollections of many bumpy faces on the Roman sidewalks.....
Hiking is feasible, but why? Instead of lugging your baggage through the roads of a foreign town, have a taxi take you to your guesthouse. Take the taxi stand at Termini and take a taxi in it. Look out for the gipsy riders who will try to get you out of line.
Let me recall that the choices are not only taxi and walk, but it is a very simple trip by subway that does not always take place in Rome. Many years ago on one of my travels before, I remained very near Baberini, but I was very happy that I took a taxi because we had two big bags.
When you have a little bigger baggage, take a taxi. When I don't have my own bag and just do my sightseeing in Rome, I almost always take the metro, the casual coach trip or the stroll.