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Florence to Rome Train Information

Trains arrive inRome
Trains depart fromFlorence
Distance231 km

Trains from Florence to Rome

Trains in Italy are an effective way to travel between cities, with both Trenitalia and Italo offering domestic and international routes. Catching the train is arguably the best way to get to Rome from Florence, with several services available at various points throughout the day. Trenitalia is the main provider for this route, although Italo also provides trains from Florence to Rome. On a typical weekday, passengers can travel as early as 5:50 a.m., with services running at least two times per hour until 9.38 p.m. Despite these services all offering direct routes into Rome, travel times do vary as certain trains stop more frequently en route. Average travel time is just over ninety minutes, but some services can take up to four hours.

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Florence to Rome Train Cost

Average prices for trains from Florence to Rome when you book in advance

Booking Period

Average Price

Same Day

€42

1 Day in Advance

€40

1 Week in Advance

€26

2 Weeks in Advance

€23

1 Month in Advance

€20

3 Months in Advance

€17

Florence to Rome Trains: General Information

  • autobus Florence to Rome trains are run by either Trenitalia and Italo.
  • autobus Most Florence to Rome trains are direct, depart from either Florence's Santa Maria Novella, Campo di Marte, or Rifredi train stations and arrive at either Roma Termini, Tiburtina, or Ostiense train stations.
  • autobus The Florence to Rome train journey takes as little as 1 hour and 17 minutes to arrive in Rome.
  • autobus Most travelers book their Florence to Rome train tickets 1 day in advance of the travel date.




Based on GoEuro's travel data, as the table above clearly illustrates, ticket prices for Florence to Rome trains decrease the further they are booked in advance:

  • It is 5% cheaper to book a Florence to Rome train a day ahead of time rather than purchasing a ticket at the station.
  • It is 38% cheaper to book a Florence to Rome train ticket 1 week in advanced as opposed to the day you intend to travel.
  • Finally, Florence to Rome train costs are 52% cheaper when booked 1 month in advance as opposed to purchasing a train ticket the day of.
Rome

Demographics

Local Time 17:18
Euro
Population 2,500,000
Region Lazio
Languages Italian

How expensive is Rome?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Rome costs 5.5% more than in Florence.

Shopping

Prices in Rome are on average 1.3% lower than in Florence.

Public Transport

Public transport in Rome costs around 25% more than in Florence.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Rome is about 16% less expensive than in Florence.

Taking the Train from Florence

Most people wishing to take a train from Florence to Rome will need to begin their journey at Florence's main train station - Santa Maria Novella. Positioned right alongside the city center of Florence, Santa Maria Novella is easy to reach; all passengers need to do is find their way into the city and follow the signs for the station. Florence's city buses also frequently stop at Santa Maria Novella, coming in from various points around the city and running on a regular basis every day. If you're taking the bus to Santa Maria Novella, it's highly recommended that you obtain a ticket before you travel.

Getting into Rome by Train

Rome is one of Europe's most treasured cities. Both mesmerizing and fascinating all year round, the famous capital of Italy attracts thousands of tourists every day to see the sights of the Colosseum and the Vatican. Most trains from Florence will stop at Rome Termini - the city's main station. Termini is a bustling transport hub that also doubles as the city's major bus terminal. Transportation to other areas of the city is remarkably easy from Termini, with the Underground Metro arguably the best way to get around Rome.