Stazione Termini is the largest train station in Rome and has regular train services to all major Italian cities as well as daily international services to Paris and Munich; and the Domus Castrense is only 500 metres away.
From Stazione Termini guests can reach any of the numerous important monuments dispersed around Rome. Remember the Colosseum is only a 20 minute walk from the Domus Castrense or a 5 minute metro journey in low tourist season.
The official residence of the president of the Republic, the Quirinale, is located 15 minutes away. It was built in 1574 and developed afterwards.
There is an obelisk in the centre of Piazza del Quirinale that was moved there in 1786. The complex of baths, concert halls, libraries and gardens that make up the Terme di Diocleziano (Diocletian’s Baths) was completed in the 4th century and was the largest of its kind in ancient Rome. The baths are 5 minutes away from the Domus Castrense.
Stazione Termini is the first place that tourists see on arriving in the centre of Rome whether arriving by train or catching a coach from one of the two airports. On arriving at Termini by train head towards the right of the station onto Via Marsala. Turn right and walk down the street. Take Via Castro Pretorio, the second street on your left. Walk straight down this street and cross Viale Pretoniano. This street is Viale dell’Università and the Domus Castrense Rome is situated at number 25.Read More
Arriving at the Domus Castrense from both Fiumicino’s Leonardo Da Vinci airport and Ciampino airport is straight forward. Frequent trains run from Fiumicino to Stazione Termini with a journey time of 30-40 minutes. From Ciampino the best way of arriving at Stazione Termini is by bus. Numerous bus companies operate outside Ciampino airport taking new arrivals to Via Marsala beside Stazione Termini Rome. The Domus Casrense can organise either return or one-way transfers from the airport to the hotel.Read More
The Domus Castrense is easily reached by car. When driving to Rome on the motorway you will meet the Grande Raccordo Annulare, Rome’s all-encompassing ring road. Head towards Civitavecchia/Rieti/Roma Nord and exit the GRA toward the centre of Rome on Via Salaria. After 6 km keep to your right and head towards Piazza Vescovio/Tangenzial Est/Via Nomentana and take the Circonvallazione Salaria. The Circonvallazione Salaria becomes Tangenziale Est, Circonvallazione Nomentana. Turn right on to Via Tiburtina. After just under a kilometre turn right into Via del Castro Laurenziano. Then turn left into Viale dell’Università and the Domus Castrense is located at number 25.Read More
Tiburtina is the second train station of Rome and like Stazione Termini has a bus station in front of the main building. It is 2 km away.