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Italotreno
Direct
1h 10m
Italotreno
Italotreno
Direct
1h 12m
Italotreno
Italotreno
Direct
5h 17m
Italotreno
Italotreno
Direct
5h 56m
Italotreno
Trenitalia
Direct
2h 03m
Trenitalia
Italotreno
Direct
4h 25m
Italotreno

Rome train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Rome

ROUND-TRIP FROM

$13

ONE-WAY FROM

$11

POPULAR STATION

Rome Termini

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

Italotreno
The cheapest round-trip train ticket to Rome is from Rome, starting at $13. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Rome is from Naples, starting at $11. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Rome Termini is one of the most popular stations in Rome
Italotreno and Trenitalia also service this route

Book round-trip train tickets to Rome

Below are the quickest and cheapest round-trip train tickets to Rome that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Trenitalia
May 30
3:38 amRome Ostiense
0h 02m
3:40 amRome Trastevere
May 30
11:33 amRome Trastevere
0h 03m
11:36 amRome Ostiense
Trenitalia
May 30
3:48 amRome Trastevere
0h 04m
3:52 amRome Ostiense
May 30
8:47 amRome Ostiense
0h 03m
8:50 amRome Trastevere
Trenitalia
May 30
7:03 amRome Trastevere
0h 03m
7:06 amRome Ostiense
May 30
3:47 pmRome Ostiense
0h 03m
3:50 pmRome Trastevere
Trenitalia
May 30
3:38 amRome Ostiense
0h 02m
3:40 amRome Trastevere
May 30
5:33 pmRome Trastevere
0h 03m
5:36 pmRome Ostiense
Trenitalia
May 30
10:09 amRome Trastevere
0h 04m
10:13 amRome Ostiense
Jun 1
3:38 amRome Ostiense
0h 02m
3:40 amRome Trastevere
Trenitalia
May 30
6:07 amRome Ostiense
0h 04m
6:11 amRome Tuscolana
May 30
1:33 pmRome Tuscolana
0h 04m
1:37 pmRome Ostiense

Book one-way train tickets to Rome

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Rome found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
Italotreno
Jun 17
12:35 pmNaples Piazza Garibaldi
1h 10m
1:45 pmRome Termini
Italotreno
Jul 2
10:35 amNaples Afragola
1h 12m
11:47 amRome Tiburtina
Italotreno
Jun 7
2:08 amGenoa Brignole
5h 17m
7:25 amRome Termini

FAQs for booking trains to Rome

Most passengers on trains to Rome will arrive at Rome Termini Station, which is conveniently located in the center of Rome. This station is within walking distance to most restaurants, shops, and tourist attractions in downtown Rome. If you’d prefer not to walk, there are plenty of public and private options as well. For public options, look no further than the Termini station itself. It’s not only home to Rome trains, but also to Metro lines A (northwest toward Vatican City) and B (southwest towards the Colosseum) on the ground floor as well as buses outside the main entrance. Bus and Metro tickets are available at nearby ticket booths, at self-service kiosks, or through an app. You can buy single-ride tickets, day passes, or multi-day passes. Private options for getting to the center of Rome might be a bit more expensive but they’re fast and convenient. These include your favorite ride-sharing apps as well as local taxis.

For passengers with Rome train tickets who only have a few hours to explore the city center, rest assured that you can leave your luggage at Rome Termini Station. Near Platform 24 there is a left luggage station. Prices vary according to how much luggage is being stored and how long you need to store it. Opening hours are generally from early in the morning to late evening. If you prefer to explore outside the city center, then Rome trains to Tiburtina Train Station are convenient. Although the train station itself doesn’t have any left luggage services, the departure hall of the nearby bus station does. It’s usually open from very early in the morning to midnight. Prices are affordable depending on how much luggage you’re storing and how long you’re storing it.

The most popular station for passengers on trains to Rome is the Rome Termini Station. It’s a large station with plenty of passenger services and amenities. You can withdraw cash from one of the many ATMs or exchange US dollars for euros at the currency exchange. There is a ticketing office opposite the main entrance with staff that can answer any questions about Rome train tickets and other services. If you prefer to do it yourself, there are multiple self-service machines to check timetables and purchase tickets. There are travel agents and tourist information booths if you have questions about local attractions. There is free Wi-Fi around the station and restrooms are on the ground floor. For those who want something to eat, dining options range from fast food to sit-down restaurants to artisanal markets with pizza and wine. The Italiarail lounge near platform 25 sells one-day passes that include drinks, snacks, and fast Wi-Fi.

The Rome Termini Station, Rome’s main train station, has services available for train passengers with reduced mobility. To ensure speedy and effective service, it’s best to call or book ahead. The Termini station has a CAD service center that can help with ticketing services alongside movement around the station. This can include getting in and out of trains, helping with connecting trains, and using the wheelchair lift. Accessible bathrooms are near platform 1 and the Metro underground. If you choose to use the Metro, it’s best to look up specific trains beforehand because not all trains are accessible. In general, Line B has more accessible access.

The ticket price can vary depending on general demand and more importantly where you’re coming from. If you’re leaving from a popular departure point like Palermo for instance, the lowest price is usually around $78.

Rome is best served by Rome Termini. There you’ll find a number of trains that can get you to your destination. A common major city you can get to by train from Rome Termini is Palermo.

Most users on momondo will check prices for Italotreno for their ride to Rome. While Italotreno is a common choice, you can also search for options from Trenitalia as both train companies can typically get you to Rome. More options may be available to you, so use our search form to find all available options from your city to Rome.

You can catch a one-way train to Rome for $11 on average this week. Overall, prices are generally stable for the next 3 months or so. It’s generally a good idea to book early to make sure you can get on the train for the correct departure time.

The distance to the center of Rome from either Rome Termini station, Rome Tiburtina station, or Rome Roma San Filippo Neri station is 0.6 mi, 1.9 mi, and 4.8 mi, respectively.

You will need to travel 0.9 mi to get from Rome Termini to Colosseum, 1.1 mi to get from Rome Termini to Spanish Steps, and 1.0 mi to get from Rome Termini to Foro Romano.


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