Your travel guide to Tiburtina
After Termini Station, Tiburtina is the largest transport hub in Rome. It is a Tiburtina station is an important departure point for a number of buses throughout Italy, but it is located slightly away from the major tourist attractions in the Rome's center. Tiburtina boasts primarily residential areas, and it is located in the neighborhood of Nomentano. A subsection of the region called San Lorenzo is also a bustling student nightlife destination boasting a number of hotels.
Things to See and Do in Tiburtina
Tiburtina may not have the major tourism attractions that Termini Station offers, but Nomentano is home to a number of historical landmarks, hotels and museums. Don't miss the historical Santa Costanza Church, Sant' Agnese fuori le Mura and its catacombs, the nearly 2,000-year-old Porta Maggiore and the impressive collection in the Casino Nobile Museum. The Tiburtina neighborhood also boasts some affordable Nomentano hotel choices and a range of cheap local restaurants like the Bar delle Scienze.
Navigating the Tiburtina Area
As a major transport hub, getting around Tiburtina and the surrounding Nomentano neighborhood couldn't be easier. From the station, you can catch a bus, hop on to Metro Line B or take a train to the airport, your hotel or even destinations throughout Europe. To explore Nomentano and most of Rome's city center, however, simply walking is sufficient. The streets are pedestrian friendly, and walking is a great way to get a feel for this area of Rome.
Local Tips on Tiburtina
If you are on a budget but want a night out in Tiburtina, head to a Nomentano and buy a drink and chat with students and young locals. For a trendier take on the evening, pop into SAID for an Italian buffet in a refurbished chocolate factory and enjoy a modern version of an old favorite.