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Trains to Syracuse

Trains offer a convenient, frequent, and relatively fast way to reach the Sicilian city of Syracuse. If passengers are transferring from ferries in Messina, touring the island by rail, or flying into Palermo, trains can reach Syracuse in a few hours. Changes are rarely needed, and with a centrally located station, arriving by rail is a breeze.

Which is the main train station in Syracuse?

All trains bound for Syracuse will arrive at Siracusa Station. The station is located in the modern city center, a few hundred yards from the port. If travelers need to connect with cruises or ferries, they can reach the docks in 10-15 minutes by taxi. The ancient city is around half a mile to the north, while the island of Ortigia is to the southeast. Both historical areas can be reached on foot, but public buses are an appealing alternative.

Which train companies offer trains to Syracuse?

All rail services to Syracuse will be operated by Trenitalia, whether they come from Catania, Messina, or Palermo. Trenitalia runs direct services from major Sicilian cities and offers a range of fares, including upscale Frecciarossa trains, which feature perks like WiFi.

Why travel by train to Syracuse?

When traveling around Sicily, trains are often the easiest, fastest, and most comfortable option. Whether visitors are tracing a circuit around the island, arriving by boat in Messina, or hopping across from Catania, Trenitalia services will get them to Syracuse in one to three hours. Trains also run from airports at Catania and Palermo, which could help out North American visitors who need to fly from Rome or Milan. On top of that, arriving in Syracuse by train is a real treat, offering a great view of Archimedes' home town.

Before you travel to Syracuse by train - good to know!

Syracuse is one of those small cities with vast amounts of history and plenty of attractions to work through. Start on the Isola di Ortigia, which was the historic center of the Greek, Roman, and medieval Arab city. From the Arethusa Spring and the Temple of Athena to the Church of Santa Lucia (which houses a work by Caravaggio), there's a lot to see. But don't miss the site of Neapolis, a mile or so north of Ortigia. The "Parco Archeologico" there features a Greek theater, and there's a fascinating science museum dedicated to Archimedes - probably the city's most famous inhabitant.

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