The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
The average ticket from Assisi to Rome will cost around $ 18 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only $ 15.
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2 h 55 m
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Of the 12 trains that leave Assisi for Rome every day 4 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
These direct trains cover the 131 km distance in an average of 2 h 55 m but if you time it right, some trains will get you there in just 2 h 8 m .
The slowest trains will take 3 h 45 m and usually involve a change or two along the way, but you might be able to save a few pennies if you’re on a budget.
|Distance||81 miles (131 km)|
|Average train duration||2 h 17 min|
|Average train ticket price||$15 (€12)|
|Train companies||Regionale Veloce, Regionale, Intercity or Frecciabianca|
Trains from Assisi to Rome cover the 81 miles (131 km) long route taking on average 2 h 17 min with our travel partners like Regionale Veloce, Regionale, Intercity or Frecciabianca. There are direct train services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this trip for as low as $15 (€12), but the average price of train tickets is $15 (€12). Travelers depart most frequently from Assisi and arrive in Roma Termini.
You have a wide selection of trains from Assisi to Rome with trains running from 20 to 30 times a day. Over 20 trains run on the weekends, and there between 20 to 35 from Monday to Friday. You can choose from direct trains or trains that require one or two changes. With these variations, journeys can last from around 2h to about 4h 30min. Please note that some of these journeys begin with a short bus trip of about 10min. When in Rome, you can explore the ruins of the Roman Empire at the Coliseum or the Pantheon. Or you can enjoy people watching at Trevi Fountain or shopping along the boutiques of Via del Corso.
Around 200 trains leave for Rome from Assisi every day of the week. From Thursday through the weekend, there are over 20 departures. From Monday to Wednesday, the journeys increase to around 35. Monday to Saturday, the trips usually begin around 5:00 a.m. with the last departure at close to 9:00 p.m. On Sunday, they usually start at around 7:00 a.m. and finish at around 9:00 p.m. There are anywhere between one to six departures an hour, depending on the day of the week and what time of day. Still, it is best to check the schedule to make sure you get the departure and arrival time you want, as things could change, particularly over holidays.
Traveling from Assisi to Rome can range from 2h to around 4h 30min. The type of trains as well as the number of changes will determine the travel time. Wait times between legs of your journey could be over 1h, so make sure to check your transfer times. Also, while the direct train does offer the fastest journey at about 2h, there are some direct trips that take longer (up to around 2h 30min) than those with only one stop, which range from 2h 20min to 4h 15min. The two-change trips also overlap with the one-change ones, going from around 2h 35min to a little over 4h 30min.
Departure train station: Most departures to Rome are from Assisi station. It is about 3 miles (5 km) from the city center, which you can reach by bus that leaves every 10min or so from a stop in front of the station and takes about 10min. The station is small, but it has the basic facilities, including toilets, newsstand, and café that also accommodate disabled travelers, although you should check in advance to make sure your needs are met. Please note that some of the departures begin with a bus ride from Piazza Unita' D'Italia. This is a basic bus stop with no real facilities, but the ride is only about 10min, so you can take advantage of the facilities at the Assisi station, if there is time before the next leg of your journey.
Arrival train station: Most arrivals end at Rome Termini, the city’s main train station. At just about 500 yards (450 m), you can walk to the city center. There are also several buses and a subway line that can take you as well if you prefer a ride. This station has a wide range of facilities, from grocery stores and restaurants to spas and lounges, as well as toilets, left luggage, and waiting rooms. It is disabled accessible, and there is an office dedicated to providing assistance. There are also one or two arrivals at Rome Tiburtina station, which is almost 2 miles (3 km) from the city center but has much of the same facilities as the main station and from where you can take a 15min bus ride to the city center.
Trenitalia is Italy’s main train service provider. As part of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane SpA, a holding company overseeing a range of national logistics and real estate ventures, the company’s routes cover most of Italy, as well cities in other European countries including Austria, France, Germany, and Switzerland. Trenitalia’s fleet range from slower Intercity and Regionale trains to high-speed Frecce trains with speeds of up to 90 mph (300 km/h).
With around 200 trains to Rome from Assisi every week, Trenitalia offers a wide range of choices for travelers. In some cases, the journey includes a ride on the Assisi Link, which is a 10min coach ride from Piazza Unita' D'Italia, a bus stop near Assisi’s historic city center. Departures from around 20 to almost 35, depending on the day of the week. The trains are mainly Regionale and Intercity trains, so the travel times will mainly depend on if and where you change trains and how long between stops. So, you could spend anywhere from just under 2h on a direct train to around 4h 30min on a two-change journey.
Typically, Intercity and Regionale trains service the route from Assisi to Rome. Even though there are some cases where you have two classes, it’s more about seat size than service. These trains offer food and beverage services, but there is usually no WiFi or charging outlets. So, make sure you have a mobile connection and power packs if you want to stay online during your journey. There are no set limits for luggage, but there are designated storage spaces, so you may want to show up early if you have more bags than normal. Bicycles are allowed, folded or disassembled and stored in a bag, but they must go in the luggage compartment. Guide dogs can travel for free, but only certain trains will allow pet dogs onboard, muzzled and leashed. Small pets in a carrier can usually travel with you, but you may need to pay a fee for your pet, whether in a carrier or on a leash. Disabled passengers have access and available assistance, but you should contact Trenitalia in advance to make sure.
The more flexible your travel times and dates are, the better your chances for cheap tickets to Rome. And if you know your dates well in advance, you can also get good deals with Trenitalia tickets. Changing trains sometimes does not make a difference, depending on the time of day. So, there is a chance that a faster trip may be cheaper. Check the schedule carefully; you may be surprised at the deals you can get. Or look at the basic tickets, which have their own discounts. Base tickets are the most flexible, but Economy tickets are cheaper, with only one change allowed, and Super Economy the cheapest, but they can’t be changed. Also look for specials like two-for-on tickets for Saturday travels or deep discounts for groups of two to five traveling together.
When taking a train from Assisi, you have a couple of train stations you can depart from including Assisi and Assisi, Piazza Unita' D'Italia. When you arrive in Rome, your train can arrive in train stations including Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense.
Omio customers traveling this route book their trains from Assisi to Roma Termini.
Passengers board their train most frequently from Assisi and travel around 1 mile (s) / 2 km from the city center to this train station.
Passengers traveling this route most often arrive at Roma Termini and need to travel approximately 1 mile (s) / 1 km from the train station to the city center in Rome.
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