|Avg. Train Duration:|
2 hours 18 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||$18|
|Trains depart from:||Florence|
|Trains arrive in:||Rome|
|Train Companies:||Intercity, Italo, Frecciabianca, Regionale Veloce, Intercity Notte|
Trains in Italy are a great way to travel between cities, with numerous companies offering domestic and international routes. Trains traveling from Florence to Rome are operated by both Trenitalia and Italo, combined there are over 100 trains making the journey every day. The vast majority of Florence to Rome trains are direct. Rare services may require a transfer in Pisa. Trains take between 1:17 h and 6:36 h to arrive in Rome, depending on the service chosen and if a transfer is required. The first train of the day departs Florence at 5:50 a.m. while the last leaves at 11:07 p.m. All Florence to Rome trains depart from either Firenze Campo di Marte, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, or Firenze Rifredi train station and arrive at either Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina, or Roma Ostiense train station.
Most people wishing to take a train from Florence to Rome will need to begin their journey at Florence's main train station - Santa Maria Novella. Positioned right alongside the city center of Florence, Santa Maria Novella is easy to reach; all passengers need to do is find their way into the city and follow the signs for the station. Florence's city buses also frequently stop at Santa Maria Novella, coming in from various points around the city and running on a regular basis every day. If you're taking the bus to Santa Maria Novella, it's highly recommended that you obtain a ticket before you travel.
Most trains from Florence will stop at Rome Termini - the city's main station. Termini is a bustling transport hub that also doubles as the city's major bus terminal. Transportation to other areas of the city is remarkably easy from Termini, with the Underground Metro arguably the best way to get around Rome.
Rome is one of Europe's most treasured cities. Both mesmerizing and fascinating all year round, the famous capital of Italy attracts thousands of tourists every day to see the sights of the Colosseum and the Vatican.