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Rome Termini Central(Roma Termini)

Roma Termini is Rome's main railway station, one of the largest stations in Europe and the only interchange station in Rome. The name of Termini Station is from the Diocletian Baths, which is across the street from the entrance to the station.

Termini Station has daily trains to major cities in Italy, as well as international trains to Paris, Munich, Basel, Vienna and Geneva. Termini Station has a total of 29 months. Termini Station is also the main mass transit centre in the city of Rome. Lines A and B of the Rome Metro have a rendezvous station, while the main bus station is located in the Piazza dei Cinquecento in front of the station. The Rome tram route is located at Porta Maggiore, about 500 metres east of Termini Station.

Termini Station is very long, and because of its unique appearance, Termini Station is also known as the “Dinosaur”.

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Milan Central(Milano Centrale)

Milano Centrale is the main railway station of the Italian city of Milan and one of the main railway stations in Europe. It was built in 1864 in the Dukes of Aosta in the heart of Milan. In 1931, the current station facilities were opened. The station is a terminal station located at the northern end of the city centre of Milan. Milan Centrale is a terminal with 24 stations. The platform and lobby are above the ground, but there is a tunnel connection between all platforms and the lobby, and elevators and escalators can reach the ground. So it is okay to walk into the station with luggage or inconvenience.

It is very simple to change trains at Milan Central Station. You can transfer trains between platforms without going through any ticket gates. Even if you are moving from platform 1 to platform 24, you can change trains in just a few minutes. The Milan Centrale has a luggage storage (deposito bagagli). It is located below the commercial plaza on the same floor as the Trenitalia ticket office (biglietteria).

Milan Central Station has high-speed trains to Bologna, as well as Rome, Turin, and regular railways to Bologna, Turin, Venice, Genoa, La Spezia (Cinque Terre), Domodossola (continued Go to Bern), Chiasso (continue to Zurich) and Lecco, and connect to the city's Milan Metro Central Station. At Milan Central Station, there are about 320,000 passengers per day, and there are 500 trains, which are used by about 120 million passengers every year. However, the Milan suburban railway service does not use Milan Central Station, but uses other train stations along the main line. ``

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City Overview

In Rome, many important elements concerning the development of human society are gathered in this ancient city: history, religion, and art. The so-called "Rome is not built in one day"

The most suitable tourist season in Rome is from April to November each year. In July and August, the weather was hot and dry, and the world's tourist crowds poured into Rome at this time. The house prices were also high at this time. A night of €100 is very common. One advantage is that it is darker from 8 to 9 in the summer and there is more time to play outside.

Must visit attractions

There are so many "seeing points" in Rome, so let's make a rough classification, which is also convenient for understanding and visiting. Here, the sights of Rome are divided into history, religion, and art.

  • #### History

 ##### Round Colosseo (Colosseo)    The world's largest ancient Roman ruins is also a must-see for Rome! The number of visitors to the Colosseum is very impressive every day. It is recommended that visitors go early to avoid crowds. In addition to the movie, passengers can listen to the sound guides of the Colosseum, and imagine the battle scenes of the former Roman Empire's gladiator on the field.     Ticket information: 12 euros, free for children under 17 years old, with tickets to enter Palatine Hill and Roman Forum; to avoid long queues, you can purchase Roma Pass or Archeologia card in advance.    Transportation: The blue line B of the subway stands out at the same name.    ##### Pantheon

 The Pantheon was built in 120 AD, a complete building with a history of nearly 1900 years. It has a simple appearance but a meticulous interior. The architect divided the wall and dome into two upper, middle and lower layers with two waist lines. Here is the tomb of Raphael and the founding king of Italy, Emmanuel II. The elite of the nation sleeps in the essence of history. The Romans had two of the greatest contributions to architecture, one was the construction of a large dome, and the other was the invention of a cement capable of building a large dome, thus providing the wings of a later generation of architectural style. Therefore, the Pantheon is the most classic building of all ancient buildings.    traffic:    Walk: Piazza Navona is west, about 5 minutes walk;

 Bus: 116, 116T Get off at Santa Chiara Station and walk for about 5 minutes.

  • #### Religious

 ##### Basilica di San Pietro  The carrier that best reflects the material and spiritual content of the Vatican is St. Peter's Basilica. After Christ's ascension, the great disciple Peter went to Rome to preach, and was later killed in the Vatican Heights by the cruel and famous Nero emperor. In order to commemorate him, the believer built a church here. Later, after several demolition, construction, and stamping, the creation of several masters was assembled, and today there is an incomparable cathedral.    The most striking thing is the large dome, which is almost one of the landmarks of the city of Rome.    traffic:    Take the metro line A and get off at Ottaviano-San Pietro stop, then walk for about 10 minutes;

 Take the number 19 tram and get off at Risorgimento-San Pietro, then walk for about 5 minutes.    ##### Vatican Museums    The Vatican Museum is one of the earliest museums in the world. It consists of 12 galleries and 5 art galleries. It combines the essence of Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Renaissance art. It is a treasured treasure. Museum.

 Transportation: Take the Metro Line A and get off at Ottaviano-S or Pietro-Musei Vaticani and walk for about 10 minutes.   * #### Art

 ##### Spain Square Spanish Square    Plaza de España is a square in Rome, Italy, where the Church of the Holy Trinity is at the top of the Spanish Steps that meet the Plaza de España. The Plaza of Spain once appeared in the scene of the film "Roman Holiday", which became a Roman business card that everyone knows.

 traffic:    Take the Metro Line A to Spagna Station and get off at the station;

 116, 116T to the Due Macelli- Mignanelli station and get off.    ##### Trevi (Fontana di trevi wishing spring)  There are countless fountains in Rome, only this one is the most famous. The repertoire of the performance on the stage is: the spectacular scene of the victory of Poseidon. Neptune, the sea god, stands on the sea shell, and the gods and horses pass through the Arc de Triomphe. The docile and violent two horses symbolize the calm and raging ocean, and the goddess behind them symbolize fertility and happiness. This set of statues typically embodies the essence of Baroque art – vivid and dramatic. The completion of this Baroque art jewel was completed by generations and was completed in 1762 by architect Salve.    traffic:    Take bus 52, 53, 62, 63, 71, 83 and so on at Tritone- Fontana Di Trevi and walk 5 minutes along Via della Stamperia.

 Take the Metro Line A and get off at Barberini, walk along Via del Tritone to Via della Stamperia and walk for 3 minutes.  

Gourmet & Accommodation & Shopping

  • Gourmet

     Sightseeing in the big city of Rome, whether it is traditional cuisine or international cuisine restaurants are not difficult to find, generally in the vicinity of the large square can find cafes or restaurants, the price depends on the location, as for the most convenient and cheap way to eat, is to the price In the deli food store, you can serve hot pasta or pizza, and some also offer chicken or salad.

  • Accommodation

     Rome is a popular tourist destination in Europe. Tourists are woven all year round. A variety of hotels and restaurants can be found everywhere in the city. Among them, the most densely populated around Termini train station, almost every three or five steps, you can find In this area, it is quite convenient to take the train or subway and bus to the airport.  

  • Shopping

 The Italian boutique is world-famous, and the most popular place for visitors to visit the Plaza de España is the famous base camp. Among them, the Condotti Avenue is the most representative. However, there are many unique shops in the area extending near him. For example, kitchen appliances and gloves, leather shoes and other designer stores.

Urban traffic

 It is recommended to make full use of the two subway lines, which will save time along the route. Most of the attractions are along the two lines. It is easy to find the wrong place by bus.

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City Overview

Milano is the capital of Lombardia, the second largest city in Italy, and the “engine” of the northern economy. It is a sacred place for the fashion world and football fans, with shop windows that change every week and enthusiastic fans around the football match day. Being in Milan makes people feel the combination of history and modernity, the blend of fashion and art, but the most attractive shopping has always been an eternal theme. Throughout the history of Milan, its origins with the Roman Empire are not as ordinary as those of the northern states, and they walked the Gothic style.

Must Visit Attractions

Milan Cathedral Duomo di Milano

Milan Cathedral is a classic of Gothic architecture. This is a lightweight model developed in contrast to the post-Roman Chinese architecture. Although the cathedral has a history of hundreds of years, its sleek style complements and complements the progressive modern Milan skyscrapers. Walking in front of the majestic church, there is no illusion that sometimes the light goes back. Because its classicality has been deeply embedded in the modernity of Milan.

Transportation: Take the subway (red line M1/Yellow line M3) to the Duomo station; take the tram 3/24 to the Dogana (Duomo) station

Milano Santa Maria della Grazie

The monastery itself is not very famous, only because of Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper" mural, where visitors are constantly coming. However, it is not easy to look at murals and you need to book tickets in advance. The color of the murals has become very light, due to the long-standing and erroneous repair methods of the 19th century.

Transportation: Metro red line M1, green line M2 to Cadorna station; tram line 16 to Santa Maria delle Grazie station.

Gourmet & accommodation & shopping

  • ##### Gourmet  Whether it's a hearty stew or a creamy risotto, Milan's cuisine is extraordinary in taste and history. Milan has a rich cultural flavor and offers unique local cuisine including butter rice, braised pork and specialty pastries.

 The practice of Italian risotto is completely different from that of Chinese rice. It is necessary to cook rice with various ingredients and stir fry to complete it. The taste is very rich. Milan's Italian risotto is famous, with mushroom ham and seafood risotto being the most common.   * ##### Accommodation

 Popular attractions and shopping are concentrated along the M1 and M3 subways centered on Milan Cathedral. In addition, many international exhibitions are located at the Milan International Exhibition Center in the northwest of Milan (also known as "Rho", like the Milan Furniture Fair), and the Airport Express can be selected at the Milan Cadorna Train Station ( Get off at Milano Cadorna), take the metro red line M1 towards Rho Fieramilano and get off at the terminal Rho.

 At the same time, Milan Central Railway Station is another big station that takes the train to other cities in Italy. From here, it is very convenient to go to Milan Cathedral and shopping area. So, around Milan Central Railway Station or Cadorna Railway Station to Milan University The subway station between the churches is the first choice for the accommodation area.

  • ##### Shopping

 Milan's most popular affordable brand in the fashion capital is located on the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II next to Milan Cathedral, all the way to the M1 San Babila station; the boutique is on the Monte Napoleon Avenue. (Via Monte Napoleone) (Metro M3 MonteNapoleone station).

Traffic in the city

 Trains to Milan usually stop at the Central Station, and other towns in the suburbs of Milan may stop at other stations like the North Station.

 Milan's mass transit (metro, tram, bus, city rail) share the same type of ticket. Except for the subway and urban railways, the other vehicles can transfer to each other within 90 minutes of the effective time.

 In Milan, there are four subways, each separated by color. M1 red, M2 green, M3 yellow, M5 purple, network distribution, and extending in all directions. Because Milan's subway network is roughly intensive, it takes less than 10 minutes to walk from the subway stations to the attractions, so the chances of using buses and trams are not high. But if you want to explore the city, it is a good way to take the bus and tram.

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