The best way to find a cheap train ticket from Rome to Viareggio is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
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|Distance||177 miles (285 km)|
|Average train duration||3 h 19 min|
|Average train ticket price||$26 (€23)|
|Train frequency||28 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 7 direct trains a day|
|Train companies||Intercity, Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, Intercity Notte or Regionale|
Trains from Rome to Viareggio cover the 177 miles (285 km) long trip taking on average 3 h 19 min with our travel partners like Intercity, Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, Intercity Notte or Regionale. Normally, there are 28 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this route for as low as $19 (€17), but the average price of train tickets is $26 (€23). Travelers depart most frequently from Roma Termini and arrive in Viareggio.
Intercity and Frecciarossa trains will get you to Viareggio from Rome from $19 (€17). With over 1000 travel companies on Omio, you can find the best train times and tickets for your trip.
There’s no need to fly between Italian hotspots when you can simply take a Frecciarossa train to reach your destination in just a few hours. Frecciarossa is the premier high-speed train service from Trenitalia, Italy’s national railroad company, with around 200 connections made across Italy per day. These trains reach speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh), making them one of the fastest in the world. You can expect to travel 177 miles (285 km) from Rome to Viareggio on a Frecciarossa high-speed train. All Frecciarossa classes provide free WiFi access, power outlets, air conditioning, bathrooms, luggage storage, onboard entertainment, and restaurant and bar services to passengers.
You can find the best deals on cheap Frecciarossa train tickets right here. As an official travel partner of Trenitalia, Omio shows you all travel information for the Rome to Viareggio route, such as departure and arrival times, stops, train stations, journey times, and cheap fares. Once you’re ready, buy your Rome to Viareggio train ticket on Omio and enjoy traveling in full comfort on a Frecciarossa train!
Rome to Viareggio train information with Frecciarossa:
Every day, about 40 Rome to Viareggio trains depart from the historically magnificent Rome and arrive in the colorful beach town of Viareggio. Most trains from Rome to Viareggio depart from Rome’s busiest central station, Termini, but some also depart from the second most popular station, Tiburtino. About one train a day departs from Ostiense station and another from Trastevere station. All these stations are easily and quickly accessible via public transportation in Rome. On Omio, trains from Rome to Viareggio entail 1 change, 2 changes, or even 0 changes. Trip duration can be anywhere from about 3h 25min to 7h 00min.
Trains from Rome to Viareggio generally run between about 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., with a few more trains departing in the middle of the night. More trains tend to operate in the morning hours, but a passenger can catch a train sometime during almost any hour between approximately 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. About two to three trains depart around midnight and another around 3:00 a.m., except Sunday and Monday when 3:00 a.m. trains don’t tend to run. There are closer to about 35 trains running on Saturday and even fewer running on Sunday. Just about every day offers options of 0, 1, or 2 changes during your trip from Rome to Viareggio by train.
The fastest train trips from Rome to Viareggio take around 3h 15min and the slowest last about 7h 00min. The fastest trips tend to have no changes and depart Rome in either a Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, or Frecciabianca high-speed train. These train rides also tend to be more expensive. The slowest journeys of the day are those on older Regionale and Regionale Veloce trains.
Departure Train Station: Rome Most of the trains headed for Viareggio from Rome depart from Termini station, Rome’s primary railway station. Different Metro lines go right to Termini, and buses arrive and depart right out in front of the station. At Termini, you can exchange currency, store your luggage, use the free Wi-Fi, relax in a passenger lounge, shop for snacks in the supermarket, and dine in one of the restaurants. Assistance for disabled passengers, a post office, and restrooms are also available. About five trains a day depart from Tiburtino station in Rome. The Metro and several buses stop at Tiburtino, which is about 6 miles (9.7 km) from the heart of Rome. Tiburtino amenities include restrooms, VIP lounges, shopping, and several options for getting food. About one train a day depart from Ostiense station and Trastevere station. Both offer restrooms, shops, bars, and a grocery store. These stations are also easy to get to on public transportation.
Arrivals Train Station: Viareggio Rome to Viareggio trains arrive at the Viareggio Scalo train station, just west of the city center. The station has both ticket machines and a ticket counter, as well as a police station and a bar. Buses and taxis are available right outside the station, where you’re just a 5min to 10min drive or a 20min to 30min walk from Viareggio’s famous beaches and boardwalk.
Trenitalia operates service for Rome to Viareggio trains. Its high-speed Frecciarossa train-type is usually the fastest, flowed closely by the high-speed models Frecciargento and Frecciabianca. These trains tend to be newer and more modern than the Regionale models. Next in speed are often the Intercity trains, and finally the Regionale Veloce and the Regionale models.
A passenger can enjoy different levels of accommodation, depending what model of train they are on during any given leg of their train journey from Rome to Viareggio. Air-conditioned Frecciarossa trains usually provide free Wi-Fi, sockets at every seat, refreshments and a dining car. Frecciargento and Frecciabianca trains feature air-conditioning, sockets at the seats, and refreshments you can purchase. Regionale trains tend to be more basic than the newer Freccia models, but still provide a comfortable journey with their armchair seating. And you can always bring your own food and beverages on board. Most tickets are sold as second-class tickets, but if your journey includes a Frecciarossa train, you can usually buy Standard or Premium class tickets. If your trip includes a Frecciabianca or Intercity train, you can usually buy either a first class or second-class ticket.
There are no luggage limitations aboard a Trenitalia train, but be careful how much you pack if your train trip involves one or more changes. When you buy your ticket, if your trip entails a change or two, it is important to know how much time you have to get from one train to the next so you can be careful not to weigh yourself down with too much luggage. On Trenitalia trains, you can travel with your pet. Smaller animals, such as small dogs and cats, travel for free usually and must be brought aboard in a secure pet carrier. Larger dogs need to be on a leash and wearing a muzzle, and they will also need a specially-priced dog ticket to board the train. Animals are not allowed on Regionale trains during morning rush hours from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. They are also not allowed in Premium or Executive train cars. Guide dogs always ride free. Bringing a bike aboard a Trenitalia train is usually free. On the Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, and Frecciabianca models, you will most likely have to take your bike apart and pack it in a special bike bag. The other trains usually have racks or compartments especially for storing bikes. Because bike rules differ from train to train, double-check a train’s policy about bikes if you want to bring you bike aboard.
The most affordable tickets on the train journey from Rome to Viareggio tend to be non-stop trips aboard an Intercity train. These journeys tend to be fast, as well. They often depart around 10:00 a.m. and later around 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. If you have the option to buy a non-refundable or non-exchangeable ticket, this could save you a lot of money. Sometimes, making your ticket refundable or exchangeable can actually double the price of the ticket.
Passengers board the train most frequently from Roma Termini, which is located around 1.6 miles (2.6 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Viareggio, located 0.7 miles (1.1 km) away from the city centre.
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