Trains from Milan to Rome

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Milan to Rome Train Information

Avg. Train Duration:392
Trains arrive in:Rome
Trains depart from:Milan
Train Ticket Price:$ 22
Distance:477 Kms
Train Companies:Intercity, Italo, Intercity Notte, Frecciabianca, Frecciarossa

Trains from Milan to Rome

Trains in Italy are an effective way of traveling between cities, with a number of companies offering domestic and international train routes. Trains from Milan to Rome are operated by both Italo and Trenitalia, with approximately 130 trains making the journey every day. The vast majority of trains are direct. Rare services may require a transfer in either Genoa, Ancona, or Bologna. Trains take between 2:40 h and 8:33 h depending on if the train is a high-speed service or if a transfer is required. The first train of the day departs Milan at 5:00 a.m. while the last leaves at 11:17 p.m. All Milan to Rome trains depart from either Milano Centrale, Milano Porta Garibaldi, or Milano Rogoredo train station and arrive at either Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina, or Roma Ostiense train station.

Milan to Rome Train Cost

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

Booking Period

Average Price

Same Day

€96

1 Day in Advance

€84

1 Week in Advance

€51

2 Weeks in Advance

€44

1 Month in Advance

€43

3 Months in Advance

€43

Milan to Rome Trains: General Information


Travelers in Italy can offset some of the cost of Milan to Rome train tickets by planning ahead and booking tickets as far in advance as possible.

  • autobus All Milan to Rome trains are run by either Trenitalia or Italo.
  • autobus The vast majority of Milan to Rome trains are direct. Rare journeys require a transfer at either Bologna, Ancona, or Genoa. All trains depart from either Milan's Centrale, Porta Garibaldi, or Rogoredo train station and arrive at either Rome's Tiburtina, Termini, or Ostiense train station.
  • autobus The Milan to Rome train journey takes as little as 2 hours and 40 minutes to arrive in Rome.
  • autobus Most travelers book their Milan to Rome train tickets approximately 1 day in advance of the travel date.




Based on GoEuro's travel data, as the table above clearly illustrates, ticket prices on Milan to Rome trains decrease the further you book in advance:

  • Milan to Rome trains are 13% cheaper on average when purchased a day ahead of time rather than buying a ticket at the train station.
  • It is 47% cheaper on average to purchase Milan to Rome train tickets 1 week ahead of when you intend to travel.
  • Milan to Rome train costs are 55% cheaper on average when booked 1 month in advance as opposed to purchasing a train ticket the day of.

Taking the Train from Milano Rogoredo

Most trains from Milan to Rome depart from Milano Rogoredo station, which is located just short of five miles south-east of the city centre. Metro line M3 serves Milano Rogoredo station, with services operating every five minutes throughout the week until late. Metro journeys from the city centre to Milano Rogoredo take around twelve minutes. Taxi services also run between Milan's city center and Milano Rogoredo, with an average journey time of around ten minutes.

Getting into Rome by Train

The capital of Italy, Rome is a modern, cosmopolitan city that also has a proud history. Home to ancient ruins such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, Rome is also a brilliant place to shop, with several streets surrounding Piazza di Spagna brimming with all the biggest and best designer and high street names. Trains from Milan to Rome arrive at Tiburtina station, which is situated around three miles north-east of the city centre. The subway service from Tiburtina runs every ten minutes to the city centre throughout the week until late, with a typical journey taking just under ten minutes.

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