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|Distance||888 miles (1433 km)|
Trains from London to Rome cover the 888 miles (1433 km) long route with our travel partners like. There are direct train services available. Travelers depart most frequently from London Victoria and arrive in Roma Termini.
There are roughly ten daily trains from London to Rome. Trains are indirect and take 15 hours and 30 minutes to 24 hours to make the 1000 mile (1610 km) journey between these UK and Italian cities. The fastest trains depart St. Pancras International Station in London and change in Paris and Turin before heading on to Roma Termini Station in Rome. The three legs of this train journey are operated by railway companies Eurostar, TGV, and Italo respectively.
There are around ten daily trains from London to Rome. The Eurostar, TGV, and Italo trains are scheduled for departure all throughout the day, with departures fairly consistent across weekdays and weekends. There are up to 19 daily Eurostar trains, with several morning, afternoon and evening options. The first departure is typically in mid-morning. Italo trains are scheduled for departure into the evening, with most passengers arriving to Rome at nighttime.
The train from London to Rome takes between 15 hours and 30 minutes to 24 hours. Most passengers spend around 19 hours traveling this route. Trains are indirect, and cover a great 1000 miles (1610 km) with mostly high-speed Eurostar, TGV, and Italo trains. The fastest journey changes in Paris and Turin, and includes train journeys of two hours and 16 minutes, six to seven hours, and four to six hours respectively.
Departure train station: Trains depart London from St. Pancras International Station. St. Pancras is just over two miles (under three and a half km) from London city center, and travelers can reach the station via an eight minute Thameslink train or a 15 minute taxi. The station is equipped with dining and shopping amenities, restrooms, and clothing boutiques to keep waiting passengers entertained.
Arrival train station: Trains arrive at Roma Termini Station, located one third of a mile (one km) southeast of Rome city center. Travelers can reach central Rome via a ten to 15 minute walk or a quick ride on the local metro or bus network. Those with limited mobility can take a taxi into Rome. Roma Termini has numerous boutique and chain stores, from bookstores and clothing to newsagents and electronics. There are fast-food chains, cafes and restaurants, as well as restrooms, ATMs, currency exchange and more services for arriving passengers.
The train from London to Rome is in three main legs, and these are operated by Eurostar, TGV, and Italo respectively. The Eurostar is the shortest of the three legs, but all trains along this route are high-speed, making few or no stops in stations along the way.
Eurostar operates the first leg of the London to Rome train, which is the train from London to Paris. The Eurostar is a high-speed direct route to Paris that takes two hours and 16 minutes.
TGV operates the second leg of the London to Rome train, from Paris to Turin. TGV is a French high-speed train operator with popular intercity routes across France and beyond. This leg is the longest of the three and takes six to seven hours.
Italo operates the final leg of the London to Rome train, from Turin to Rome. The Italo train from London to Rome is with a high-speed train, and is four to six hours in duration.
All train legs along this route features first and second class cabin classes. All cabins have comfortable and spacious seating, with power outlets, free Wi-Fi, and onboard dining available for purchase. Some seats will have individual folding tables. All trains provide assistance for those with limited mobility, and include wheelchair accessible seating close to accessible toilets on board. Up to two pieces of luggage and one carry on or person item are allowed and luggage racks are provided for convenience. Luggage should not be so bulky as to obstruct any passenger movement. Small pets are typically permitted on board but passengers should check with the train operator ahead of time. Collapsable bicycles are allowed on the trains on this route.
Booking in advance is a great way to find cheap train tickets from London to Rome. Be flexible with travel dates and check whether hidden savings await a few days before or after first choice travel dates. There are diverse journeys from London to Rome, and travelers may find amazing deals by choosing slower trains with more connections, as these are often cheaper than the fastest options.
Travel by train between London, United Kingdom and Rome, Italy is: Partially open.
International entry is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of United Kingdom
The government of Italy has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last checked on 8/4/21. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your train to Rome from London closer to your date of departure here
The current restriction level for your return trip by train from Rome to London is: Partially open
Reentry to United Kingdom is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Italy
What are the requirements?
The government of United Kingdom has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 8/3/21. We do our best to keep this information up to date, but regulations can change so please double check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations ahead of your train to London from Rome here.
Some of the London train stations to Rome you can start your journey from include London Victoria, London Euston and London Kings Cross. Similarly, some of the arrival train stations in Rome include Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense.
When traveling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from London Victoria and arriving in Roma Termini.
You can find the most popular departure train station for this journey, London Victoria, located approximately 0 mile (s) / 0 km from the city center of London. The most popular arrival train station in Rome, called Roma Termini, is located around 0 mile (s) / 0 km away from its city center.
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