Car Hire Rome Ostiense Railway Station-Via Pellegrino Matteucci 35

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Rome Ostiense Railway Station-Via Pellegrino Matteucci 35

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Mo-Fr 0700-2000
Sa-Su 0800-2000
Address
Via Giolitti 34,
00185
, , Return: Parking Giolitti, Via Giovanni Giolitti 267 (7th floor)

Telephone: 0039-0648-83967

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Rome’s Ostiense railway station was built in 1938 to celebrate a visit by Hitler. That explains its monumental style and pillared marble façade but note that the square in front of the station has been renamed after the partisan resistance movement. Ostiense is a busy transport hub in the south of the Italian capital, with its own metro station, plenty of bus stops and trains to Pisa, Rome’s suburbs and the Leonardo da Vinci airport. Visitors who hire a care from Rome Ostiense Station find that the important Porta San Paolo roundabout is just a few hundred yards away. Drivers can head to all parts of the city from here
Ostiense Station stands in the south of Rome, which makes it convenient for reaching relics of ancient Rome, like the Via Appia road, Porta San Paolo city gate and Pyramid of Caius Cestius, a 2,000-year-old tomb. If you have a hire car, it’s not much further to find major sites like the Coliseum gladiators’ arena, Circus Maximus chariot racetrack and the atmospheric narrow streets of the medieval quarter of Trastevere. And driving around the rest of Rome, of course, means being able to see the world famous attractions like the Forum, St Peter’s and the Vatican, and the Trevi Fountain.