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Rome, the capital city of Italy is one of the most popular tourist destinations, thanks to the strong ancient Roman Empire heritage. Rome has a well-developed railway network connecting it to major European cities, including London. Trains offer a comfortable and quick option to travel from London to Rome allowing you enjoy the serene and exciting countryside view. The average distance between London and Rome is about 891 miles. There is no direct train from London to Rome, and a minimum of two changes is required often via Paris and Turin. The average duration taken to travel from London to Rome is about nineteen hours and 30 minutes.
Train companies operating between London and Rome include Eurostar, SBB, Deutsche Bahn, and Italo. The Eurostar operates between London to Paris where passengers can change trains to Turin and then Rome.
The fastest journey duration between London and Rome by train is about fifteen hours and 30 minutes. This journey is comprised of three high-speed trains, i.e. Eurostar trains, TGV trains and Frecciarossa trains, all travelling at an average speed of 198mp/h. However, the journey might take as long as more than twenty-two hours, depending on the changes. It is important to note that the journey time might be longer on weekends and holidays and so travelers should plan accordingly.
There are about eleven trains that travel from London to Rome every day.
Departure train station: Trains to Rome from London depart from St-Pancras station. The station transports passengers to continental Europe with frequent departures to and from Germany, Paris, Brussels and Netherlands. London St-Pancras has plenty of boutique stores and pianos that are free allowing travelers to express themselves while they wait for their train.
Arrival train station: Trains to Rome from London arrive at Roma Termini station. Roma is the biggest rail station in Europe after Paris Gare du Nord. The station is centrally located within the city’s confines and is located opposite Piazza Dei Cinquecento bus station. It hence provides a secure connection to other cities and is easily accessible by the Metro lines A and B or by bus.