At a Glance

  • Basilica of St Mary Major (5 mins walk)
  • Termini Station (5 mins walk)
  • Piazza della Repubblica, Via Nazionale and the Opera House (about 7 mins walk)
  • Basilicas of St John Lateran, Holy Cross and the Holy Steps (about 15 mins walk or 3 stops from Termini)
  • Coliseum, Imperial Roman Forum (10-15 mins walk or 1 stop from Termini)
  • District of Monti (10-15 min walk)
  • The Trevi Fountain (2 stops from Termini and 5 minute walk)
  • The Spanish Steps (3 stops from Termini)
  • Piazza del Popolo, Via del Corso and Villa Borghese (4 stops from Termini)
  • Basilica of St Peter, the Vatican, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel (6 stops from Termini)
  • Basilica of St Paul (6 stops from Termini)

Surroundings areas...

The Hotel Teti Rome is a 2 star hotel in Rome near Termini station with superb transport links to be nearby all tourist attractions in Rome. If you are looking for cheap accommodation in a budget hotel near Termini that proves to be superb value for money, then our cheap hotel is perfect for you.

Situated in the very heart of Rome, guests to the Hotel Teti Rome are already within walking distance of many awe inspiring sights that have captivated the hearts and minds of visitors for millennia. Positioned just 150 metres from the main transport hub of Rome – Termini station, guests are also only around 5 minutes walk from the magnificent golden Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major) and jaw-dropping ceiling and mosaics.

Also within a short walk are the historic Piazza della Repubblica with its impressive fountain which marks the beginning of Via Nazionale notable for its shopping boutiques, the Opera Theatre to infuse some musical culture and the district of Monti with it’s charming cobbled streets giving access to traditional restaurants, bistros and chic wine bars.

A walk in the opposite direction however can take guests to the papal Basilica of St John Lateran (San Giovanni Laterano) and the Holy Steps brought from Jerusalem by St Helena (the wife of Emperor Constantine) in the 4th century. Also nearby in the Basilica of the Holy Cross (Santa Croce) which houses relics of Christ’s Passion and Cross.

Of course, when Termini station is only a 5 minute walk away, there is no need to really walk anywhere else given it’s unbeatable transport links. Particularly useful to tourists are the two Metro underground subway lines that were designed to take visitors to all of the main sites. Thus using Line A guests can reach the Basilica of St Peter, the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican, Villa Borghese park, Piazza del Popolo, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and the Basilica of St John Lateran. By using Line B however, guests are only moments away from the Coliseum, Imperial Roman Forum and the Basilica of St Paul Outside the Walls.