Roma Porta San Paolo railway station

Roma Porta San Paolo is the terminal train station of the Rome–Lido railway line in Rome (Italy). The station is connected to the station Piramide of the metro (line B) and to the Roma Ostiense railway station of the Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane. It has six tracks.

Roma Porta San Paolo
Ferrovie regionali del Lazio
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A view of the station with three S/300 series trains.
Coordinates41°52′33″N 12°28′54″E / 41.875968°N 12.481767°E / 41.875968; 12.481767Coordinates: 41°52′33″N 12°28′54″E / 41.875968°N 12.481767°E / 41.875968; 12.481767
Structure typeat-grade, terminal station

The edifice houses the ticket office and service structures, as well as a news-stand and a coffee shop. It also includes the Porta San Paolo Railway Museum.


An old picture of the main building of the station.

The building of the station was started, together with the one of the railway, at the beginning of 1919, after the inauguration ceremony of December 30, 1918 in the presence of King Victor Emmanuel III.

The station was designed by Marcello Piacentini. A quite similar one was the Ostia Nuova terminal train station, whose foundation stone was laid on December 10, 1920, also in the presence of the King, and that was destroyed during the war.

The graffiti decorating the interior of the station are works by the Florentine artist Giulio Rosso.

The station and the railway line were inaugurated on August 10, 1924 with a special ride, in which Mussolini – who had become Prime Minister in the meanwhile – took part.

Traffic directions


The station has available the following services:

  •   Ticket office
  •   Accessibility to disabled persons
  •   Coffee shop
  •   News stand
  •   Museum





  •   Terminus station for ATAC bus and tram lines
  • Weekdays and holidays: 77 – 775
  • Weekdays only: 769
  • Night: n3d – n3s
  •   ATAC passing bus lines
  • Weekdays and holidays: 3 – 23 – 30EX – 75 – 83 – 280 – 715 – 716 – 718 – 719
  • Night: nMB – nME – n716