Termini is the station you arrive by train when you are visiting Rome. There are very good transport options from the station to the city.
The area around Termini has previously been considered a dangerous city, but today, the district is characterized by beautiful facades and new residential areas as millions have been sacrificed to improve conditions.
In Termini's northern part stays craftsmen and students. There are also a number of hotels for tourist
There are 2 markets, one small on Via Milazzo and one larger on Via Montebello where you can buy fruits, vegetables, sausages and bread. In the area there are a number of Gelateria including Il Latte on Via Silvio Spavento and La Roma on Via Piave and Settembre. At Trimani on Via Goito is Rome's oldest wine shop
In the southern part of Termini, some buildings have been renovated, which for many years have had many Chinese shops. If you go for a walk in this southern part you will find Via Bounaotti, Roscioli Bakery, which has some of the best pizzas.
If you want a good restaurant, you could choose Trattoria Monti. The Esquilino Supermarket is a good shopping mall. If you need to relax, enjoy a cocktail on Raddisson's rooftop terrace.
If you go about 15 minutes you reach Collosseum. From Piazza Vittorio you can take Line A