Rome

Getting there

You can get to Rome from Florence, Munich and Vienna. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 14:58 AU$ 161
From Venice 03:00 AU$ 64
From Milan 02:40 AU$ 73
From Florence 01:18 AU$ 32
From Munich 11:51 AU$ 79
From Vienna 13:25 AU$ 160
From Pisa 02:30 AU$ 52
From Naples 01:08 AU$ 35
From Verona 02:50 AU$ 113
From Innsbruck 09:49 AU$ 79
From Bologna 01:57 AU$ 53
From La Spezia 03:11 AU$ 50
From Padua 02:44 AU$ 60
From Bari 04:03 AU$ 61
From Pescara 04:18 AU$ 18
From Maratea 04:34 AU$ 58
From Potenza 04:36 AU$ 27
From Rapallo 04:26 AU$ 56
From Lamezia 03:59 AU$ 69
From Paola 03:29 AU$ 68
From Ancona 03:15 AU$ 24
From Sapri 03:43 AU$ 55
From Vallo Della Lucan 03:43 AU$ 48
From Rovereto 03:53 AU$ 116
From Scalea S Domenica 04:41 AU$ 58
From Brindisi 05:03 AU$ 68
From Palermo 11:21 AU$ 105
From Syracuse 10:48 AU$ 102
From Civitavecchia 00:38 AU$ 6
From Latina 00:32 AU$ 5
From Orte 00:28 AU$ 6
From Catania 09:38 AU$ 90
From Taormina 08:59 AU$ 85
From Vibo Valentia-pizzo 05:16 AU$ 73
From Lecce 05:27 AU$ 71
From Taranto 06:30 AU$ 39
From Messina 08:06 AU$ 82
From Villa S Giovanni 04:55 AU$ 82
From Falconara 03:03 AU$ 24
From Avezzano 01:49 AU$ 8
From Benevento 01:47 AU$ 21
From Orbetello Monte 01:51 AU$ 13
From Assisi 01:53 AU$ 15
From Salerno 01:56 AU$ 40
From Terontola 01:34 AU$ 16
From Foligno 01:27 AU$ 15
From Caserta 01:10 AU$ 16
From Chiusi 01:09 AU$ 15
From Spoleto 01:11 AU$ 13
From Arezzo 01:05 AU$ 19
From Grosseto 01:24 AU$ 16
From Campiglia 02:00 AU$ 21
From Perugia 02:04 AU$ 18
From Foggia 02:58 AU$ 56
From Ciampino 00:12 AU$ 2
From Terni 00:46 AU$ 10
From Massa 03:02 AU$ 53
From Formia 01:06 AU$ 11
From Sulmona 02:48 AU$ 15
From Orvieto 00:53 AU$ 11
From Livorno 02:16 AU$ 27
From Fossato Di Vico Gubb 02:30 AU$ 18
From Frosinone 00:55 AU$ 6
From Follonica 02:39 AU$ 19
From Parma 03:04 AU$ 74

Getting around

From Rome, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Ciampino 00:18 AU$ 2
To Latina 00:47 AU$ 5
To Terni 01:10 AU$ 10
To Orte 01:12 AU$ 15
To Orvieto 01:17 AU$ 11
To Civitavecchia 01:18 AU$ 6
To Frosinone 01:34 AU$ 6
To Spoleto 01:43 AU$ 13
To Foligno 02:00 AU$ 15
To Formia 02:12 AU$ 79
To Chiusi 02:30 AU$ 23
To Caserta 02:38 AU$ 16
To Arezzo 02:44 AU$ 82
To Naples 03:00 AU$ 18
To Salerno 03:25 AU$ 40
To Florence 03:27 AU$ 47
To Fossato Di Vico Gubb 03:35 AU$ 18
To Vallo Della Lucan 03:50 AU$ 52
To Assisi 03:53 AU$ 15
To Rieti 04:10 AU$ 15
To Perugia 04:14 AU$ 18
To Orbetello Monte 04:28 AU$ 13
To Terontola 04:30 AU$ 84
To Benevento 04:30 AU$ 21
To Bologna 04:38 AU$ 50
To Verona 04:45 AU$ 140
To Grosseto 04:47 AU$ 16
To Avezzano 04:50 AU$ 8
To Rovereto 04:56 AU$ 129
To Massa 05:10 AU$ 31
To Scalea S Domenica 05:11 AU$ 89
To Falconara 05:24 AU$ 116
To Paola 05:28 AU$ 35
To Sapri 05:29 AU$ 31
To Potenza 05:33 AU$ 48
To Maratea 05:41 AU$ 31
To Livorno 05:56 AU$ 40
To Campiglia 06:02 AU$ 66
To Pisa 06:13 AU$ 40
To Padua 06:13 AU$ 60
To Parma 06:15 AU$ 60
To Ancona 06:21 AU$ 142
To Lamezia 06:30 AU$ 76
To Bari 06:37 AU$ 58
To Vibo Valentia-pizzo 06:46 AU$ 74
To La Spezia 07:11 AU$ 50
To Villa S Giovanni 07:17 AU$ 87
To Sulmona 07:39 AU$ 15
To Foggia 07:46 AU$ 74
To Rapallo 08:06 AU$ 60
To Pescara 08:17 AU$ 90
To Taranto 08:22 AU$ 94
To Brindisi 08:34 AU$ 45
To Milan 08:43 AU$ 100
To Messina 08:50 AU$ 123
To Lecce 09:00 AU$ 79
To Innsbruck 09:26 AU$ 79
To Taormina 10:19 AU$ 126
To Venice 10:54 AU$ 121
To Catania 11:02 AU$ 145
To Munich 11:28 AU$ 392
To Palermo 12:15 AU$ 156
To Syracuse 12:51 AU$ 113
To Zurich 14:15 AU$ 126
To Paris 15:14 AU$ 250
To Vienna 15:43 AU$ 243

Rome city guide

Rome, the capital of Italy

Rome is the capital city of Italy and one of the most popular destinations of Italy. Once the capital of the Roman Empire, is now a city which offers visitors a variety of things to do. From the remains of Roman Empire to the Renaissance and baroque riches of its historic centre, Rome is a simply a master work.

With landmarks such as the Spanish Steps, Pantheon, and Piazza Venezia located in the old city centre, Rome certainly lives up to the fact that it is one of the most remarkable cities of the world.
The modern Rome is full of restaurants, wine bars, night life spot and elegant shops. Perfect for a enjoyable getaway!

When you are there

1. Things to do and see

2. Eat and drink

3. Shopping

4. Information for tourists

Rome station(s)

Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Rome.

While trains are the convenient way to travel in Europe, planes are essential for bringing you from overseas. Major European cities are annexed to airports hubs, while important cities or towns are served by regional airports. Rome is annexed to Italy.


Rome railway station(s)

Roma Ostiense

Address: Piazzale dei Partigiani, 25-36 154 Rome

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 6am to 10pm
Saturday and Sunday: 6am to 10pm

_ Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains, Intercity trains
Services:
Ticket Office, Assistance for disabled persons, Lost and found, Railway Police, Toilets, Luggage storage, Waiting rooms and Public Phone cabins.

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Rome Termini Central Station

Address: Via Giovanni Giolitti, 4-6 185 Rome

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 1:30am

_ Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains
Services:
Ticket machine, Disabled Facilities, Wheelchairs Accessible, Newsstand, Business lounge, Waiting room, Lost and found, Railway Police, Tourist Information Office, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, Currency Exchange, ATM and Public Phone cabins.

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Roma Tiburtina

Address: Circonvallazione della Stazione Tiburtina 157 Rome

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 1:30am

_ Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (Frecciarossa and Italo), Regional trains, Intercity trains
Services:
Tourist Information Point, Disabled Facilities, Currency Exchange, Cafeteria, Newsstand, Lost and found, Police station, Exchange Office, shopping centre, car Rental, Toilets, Luggage storage and Phone cabins.

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Nearest airport

Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino Airport

Address: Via Portuense, 2365 54 Rome

Leonardo da Vinci airport, operating under the name of Fiumicino, is the most important airport in Rome. Fiumicino Airport eases your journey in Italy by providing fast and frequent transport to the Rome city centre and to Rome Termini central station.

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Customer reviews

"Good way to travel"

  Kenneth j. 
We recently traveled from Rome to to Florence on Rail Europe, it is by far the easiest, most convenient and cost effective way to travel that we found. We would highly recommend this to any traveller  

"Enjoy the countryside"

  Frances w.  17/11/2013
Recently I travelled by train from Rome to Florence. It was at the end of six weeks of travelling in Europe so I was tired and looking forward to a restful trip. It turned out that way luckily and although I had plans to enjoy the views from the comfort of my seat, I had a good sleep! Not sure if I should recommend a trip that sends you to sleep when you should be on the lookout for castles, vineyards and olive groves. C'est la vie.  

"Pisa to Rome"

  Raymond a.  13/11/2013
Recently traveled from Pisa Centrale to Rome Termini. On time, no hassle, value for money, comfortable journey. Sat beck and enjoyed the scenery. I'd do it again.  

"Crowded train"

  Paul b.  10/11/2013
We got to the station early and just as well - the train was completely full, mainly with travellers leaving Italy via Rome. We managed to get space for our luggage, but later boarders struggled. All that said the trip was comfortable, fast and on time. We arrived in Rome ready for the next phase in our adventure in a relaxed and refreshed mode  

"Rome to Florence"

  Paul b.  09/11/2013
This short trip was on a very comfortable "Italo" train - the best they have. The ticketless arrangements work efficiently and the overall experience was excellent - except for the lack of clarification of departing from Ostiense station. As we arrived at Rome Termini, on a train from Venice that stopped at Florence en route, we foolishly thought Termini was our station. Our fault, and with an hour to spare, made our way (with luggage) on the Metro to Ostiense. Bad move - it's a difficult station to get to without help and the "Italo" platform is the most distant from the entrance. We still made it with some time to spare and really enjoyed the experience once on board.  

"Express to Rome"

  Margaret b.  07/11/2013
A very comfortable fast trip, on-time., good service.  

"Rome holiday"

  Gregory r.  05/11/2013
The train trip would be improved by having more storage space in carriages for large bags as these cannot be stored in overhead racks.  

"TRAIN FROM VENICE TO ROME"

  Robert j.  29/10/2013
We had an excellent trip with no complications. Luggage storage on the train was no problem as our suitcases fitted between two adjacent seat backs. Seat bookings were OK. Train left and arrived on schedule. Train was fast, quiet and comfortable.  

"Easy way-the rail way to Roma"

  Gary r.  23/10/2013
Our experience on the train from Firenze to Roma was excellent. The booking system with Rail Europe worked perfectly and we arrived in Roma relaxed and having had a very comfortable trip....much easier than driving. The train departed and arrived on time. The staff and service were very good indeed and we really enjoyed our travel through the countryside.  

"Best way to travel"

  Christine b.  16/10/2013
We travelled from Rome to Venice. It is the best way to travel, no hanging around like you do at airports or having to check in and cue for passport and boarding passes and no sitting around for hours as you do waiting for a flight. You can get there twenty minutes before and thats it , and they take you straight into the main citys, The train it self was very comfortable, we travelled business class (did not cost much more) and would certainly do it again  

"Florence to Rome"

  Janice g.  14/10/2013
Our experience was very positive. It was very easy to book and print our tickets through Rail Europe. The site is easy to navigate and user friendly. The trip was great. We were staying across the road and could walk to the station. The train was very comfortable and plenty of taxis were available when we arrived in Rome.  

"Excellent"

  Janice g.  13/10/2013
A very easy, fast, convenient way to travel from Rome to Florence. Carriages are clean and comfortable. Storage of luggage available for travellers. Would not travel any other way through Italy.  

"Rome to Milan fast train"

  Harry o.  10/10/2013
Simple procedure, had no problems, enjoyed the view  

"Italian train "

  Harry o.  10/10/2013
Our trip from Florence to Rome by high speed train was easy and efficient. The ticketless fare was a dream despite my initial reservations. The train inspector simply entered our number into his phone and welcomed us on board. Our train notched 250 km per hour easily and could easily have done 300 km per hour. I was impressed by the smoothness and comfort and can't wait to use the trains again. We have also travelled from Turin to Florence by high speed train. Again a delightful journey. It certainly beats the hassle of air travel!  

"Fast and comfortable"

  Ren z.  08/10/2013
We have very pleasant experience with our recent train trips in Italy; we have traveled between Venice - Florence, Florence-Bolongna, Bolongna-Rome on the high speed trains. The cabin has been very modern, clean with comfortable and large seats, and the foods from the on-board kitchen were reasonable priced. The staff including conductors were friendly, although some of them only speak limited English (but hey, this is in Italy). The train system in Italy is more friendly for passengers than in France, you are allowed to get on the train without showing tickets, which are randomly inspected by the onboard conductors. Fast, comfortable, reliable, and in-expensive way of travel in Italy!  

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