Rome is well connected by train to the rest of the country.
Stazione Termini, Piazza Cinquecento, is Rome's hub station for international and long-distance trains. It is also the metro hub and the location of the main bus terminal.
Rome’s second train station is Stazione Tiburtina and of the capital’s eight other stations, the most important are Roma-Ostiense and Trastevere. Tickets must be validated in the yellow machines located on the station platforms prior to boarding.
All international trains, including direct services to Paris, Munich, Vienna and Zurich, leave from Stazione Termini.