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 Geneva to Rome will cost around $ 211 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only $ 184.
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7 h 31 m
9 h 52 m
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It's difficult to get from Geneva to Rome without transferring at least once.
|Distance||432 miles (696 km)|
|Average train duration||7 h 56 min|
|Average train ticket price||$161 (€129)|
|Train frequency||2 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 2 direct trains a day|
|Train companies||Frecciarossa or Trenitalia|
Trains from Geneva to Rome cover the 432 miles (696 km) long journey taking on average 7 h 56 min with our travel partners like Frecciarossa or Trenitalia. Normally, there are 2 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this trip for as low as $136 (€109), but the average price of train tickets is $161 (€129). Travelers depart most frequently from Genève and arrive in Roma Termini.
For as little as $136 (€109) you can travel by train from Geneva to Rome with Frecciarossa and Trenitalia. Omio will show you the best deals, schedules and tickets available for this route.
Trenitalia train tickets between Geneva and Rome are available on Omio for as little as $136 (€109). Trenitalia is Italy’s national train company with a huge fleet of trains offering different levels of comfort, amenities and speed at which they travel. The company's flagship trains are the high-speed Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca. Trenitalia also operates trains such as the Eurocity (EC), Euronotte (EN), InterCity (IC), InterCitynotte (ICN), as well as the Regionale Veloce (RV), Regionale (R), Suburbano (S) and Metropolitano (M). Bathrooms and WiFi access are standard on long-distance train routes. In most cases, the trains also provide barrier-free access.
Trenitalia offers three different ticket types to fit anyone’s budget, such as the Base, Economy, Super Economy and Ordinaria tickets. Trenitalia also has discount and loyalty cards for qualified travelers, which you can use on Omio. When traveling on a Trenitalia train between Geneva and Rome, you can expect to travel 432 miles (696 km). Check Trenitalia’s train schedules and tickets for the Geneva to Rome trip and book your cheap ticket on Omio today!
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If you are traveling from Geneva to Rome, trains can provide excellent connections to make your trip convenient and easy. The trains from Geneva to Rome involve a change at Milan as the first leg of the journey will direct you to Milan, and from there you can take connecting trains to reach Rome. The trains travel a distance of 432 miles (696 km) and take an average of about 9h 41min. There are about 20 trains from Geneva to Milan, and from Milan to Rome, about 40 trains run daily. Therefore, passengers can choose a suitable connection train from Milan to Rome according to the time they arrive in Milan from Geneva. Once you reach the capital city of Italy, you can visit the stunning attractions at Rome, including the Colosseum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and the majestic Vatican City.
The earliest train from Geneva to Milan departs at about 7:39 a.m., while the last train is scheduled at around 12:20 a.m. Trains from Geneva to Milan are available at a frequency of about 1h. For the second leg of the journey, trains from Milan to Rome are available at the earliest departure of approximately 5:00 a.m., and the last train is scheduled at about 10:05 p.m. The average frequency of trains from Milan to Rome is about 10min to 30min through the day. Thus, you can make the right choice of trains and plan with great convenience according to your itinerary.
The average journey time from Geneva to Milan takes about 4h to 10h in the first leg of the journey, depending on the train you choose and about 4h to 8h in the second leg of the journey from Milan to Rome. Thus, passengers can expect an overall journey time of about 8h to 18h from Geneva to Rome. The fastest trains from Geneva to Rome take about 7h 40min, whereas the longer journey takes a maximum of 20h. The journey time varies based on the trains you select, and the number of transfer stops in between the individual routes in either leg of the journey.
Departure train station: The departure station in Geneva is Geneva Cornavin railway station. It is the main train station of the city that is located right in the city center. The station has amazing shopping facilities and numerous takeaway and food outlets. It also provides other services such as ATMs, currency exchange booths, free Wifi, ticketing counters, tourist information desk, and public restrooms. Passengers can reach the station through bus and tram lines across Geneva as the stops are located just outside the station.
Arrival train station: The arrival station in Rome is Rome Termini. The station is situated in the city center with close proximity to popular attractions in Rome. The Colosseum is about 1.2 miles (2 km) and a 20min walk from the station. Passengers can also access the Metro red and blue line services via the lower level of the station. Besides, once you step outside the station, it leads to the Piazza Dei Cinquecento lane, which is a major transportation hub for the local bus line across Rome. The Rome Termini station has a host of services, including shops, restaurants, a ticket office, a tourist information desk, currency exchange booths, a left-luggage office, passenger lounges, spas, and restrooms.
SBB, Trenitalia, and Italo are the companies that run trains from Geneva to Rome. The SBB trains cover the first leg of the journey from Geneva to Milan. Trenitalia and Italo trains run on the second leg of the journey from Milan to Rome. Both SBB and Trenitalia have a choice of non-stop trains that don't require making a transfer stop and also have trains that require multiple transfers between each route. There is only one SBB train from Geneva to Milan that departs at about 7:39 a.m. and provides non-stop trains. On the other hand, Trenitalia and Italo have several non-stop train choices from Milan to Rome available throughout the day. All trains follow a similar schedule of services during weekdays and weekends.
SBB trains provide frequent lines from Geneva to Milan in the first leg of the journey with zero to four transfer stops. Passengers can pick between first-class and second-class tickets. You can also provide your seat and compartment preferences while booking an SBB ticket. Enjoy the exclusive services on board as the SBB trains snakes through the Alpine region, enabling you to indulge in panoramic views of the beautiful Swiss landscape.
Italo trains run in the second leg of the journey from Milan to Rome and provide the fastest journey options from Milan to Rome in less than 3h 40min. Italo trains are available at a frequency of about 25min to 1h and provide premium services on board. These private trains run at high speeds of up to 190 mph (300 km/h), and passengers can choose Smart, Prima, and Executive club tickets.
Trenitalia’s Frecciarossa, Intercity, Intercity Notte, and Regionale trains run in the second leg of the journey from Milan to Rome. These trains have a travel time ranging from about 3h 10min to around 10h 7min depending on the number of transfer stops. Frecciarossa trains provide some of the fastest trains with no transfer stops and available at a frequency of about 10min to 1h throughout the day. However, Intercity and Regionale trains have a lesser frequency of trains with multiple transfer stops.
Passengers can look forward to a comfortable travel experience during both legs of the journey. The SBB trains that run from Geneva to Milan provide first-class and second-class tickets, with all coaches having free Wi-fi. If you require assistance for boarding or alighting trains, you can reach out to the SBB helpline for special access facilities for passengers with disabilities. The Italo and Trenitalia Frecciarossa trains also provide special ticket options of second-class, premium, business, and executive services for added luxury and comfort during the second leg of the journey from Milan to Rome. These trains have free Wi-fi, an entertainment portal, bistro services, and spacious seats. On the other hand, Trenitalia’s Regionale and Intercity provide standard services with second-class armchair seats, air-conditioning, washrooms, and luggage space. Passengers with disabilities can request special assistance from Sala Blu RFI for Italo and Trenitalia trains or contact the train company’s helpline. There are no luggage restrictions on SBB and Trenitalia trains, provided it fits the designated luggage spaces without causing any inconvenience. Italo trains have some specific luggage restrictions and allow baggage on their Smart coaches provided it does not exceed 29.5 x 20.8 x 11.8 in (75 x 53 x 30 cm).
Passengers searching for cheap trains from Geneva to Rome can book the best train fares at Omio after a thorough assessment of options available in their premier online booking portal. In order to obtain cheap fares, passengers can opt for slower connecting trains that tend to have a longer journey time or select a train during the off-peak hours like noon or nighttime. Moreover, if you are flexible with travel dates and book tickets in advance, you can obtain cheaper ticket fares. Other potential ways to book cheap tickets include looking for special discounts if you qualify for reduced ticket prices under the categories of children, students, senior citizens aged above 60, and when traveling in large groups.
Travel between Geneva, Switzerland and Rome, Italy by train is: Partially open.
International entry status: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Switzerland
Conditions of entry:
All travelers in Italy must observe these coronavirus safety measures:
The information above was last checked on 9/21/21. Remember to review the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your train from Geneva to Rome as this information can change.
The restriction level for your return train to Geneva, Switzerland from Rome is: Partially open.
International entry is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Italy
Conditions of reentry:
The government of Switzerland has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 9/20/21. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your train to Geneva from Rome closer to your date of departure here here.
When departing from Geneva, you have various train station options to start your journey from including Genève and Geneva. When arriving in Rome, you can end your trip in train stations like Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense.
Omio customers book a train from Genève to Roma Termini most frequently for this route.
Passengers board the train most frequently from Genève, which is located around 0 mile (s) / 0 km away from the city center, and they get off the train at Roma Termini, located 1 mile (s) / 1 km away from the city center.
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