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How to Travel from Milan to Rome

The journey from Milan to Rome is popular with travelers in Italy for both business and leisure. Buses, trains, and airlines regularly travel from Milan to Rome every day of the week. Key departure points in Milan include Autostazione Milano, Milano Porta Garibaldi and Milano Rogoredo train stations, and Milano Linate and Milano Malpensa airports.

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Milan to Rome Travel Comparison

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buses

€16

5:12 h

1 Month Ahead

trains

€48

2:49 h

2 Months Ahead

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€64

1:10 h

1 Week Ahead



What is the best way to travel from Milan to Rome?

Cheapest way to travel from Milan to Rome


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Taking the bus is the cheapest way to travel from Milan to Rome. Buses traveling from Milan to Rome depart from either Milan's Autostazione Lampugnano or Rogoredo bus station and take at least 5:12 h to arrive at Rome's Tiburtina bus station. Over 20 buses travel from Milan to Rome every day, with the first bus departing Milan at 5:25 a.m. Bus companies that travel from Milan to Rome include Flixbus, Baltour, and BusCenter.


Fastest way to travel from Milan to Rome


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Taking a flight is technically the fastest way to travel from Milan to Rome; however, when travel time to and from Milan and Rome's airports is taken into consideration, taking a high-speed train is actually the fastest way to travel from Milan to Rome. Flights traveling from Milan to Rome depart from Milan's Linate or Malpensa airport and arrive at Rome's Fiumicino airport after 1:10 h of flight time. Approximately 30 flights travel from Milan to Rome every day, with the first departing at 4:55 a.m. Both Alitalia and EasyJet travel frequently from Milan to Rome.


Most popular way to travel from Milan to Rome


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Taking the train is the most popular way to travel from Milan to Rome. Taking a train is at least 2:20 h faster than traveling from Milan to Rome by bus while only costing €32 more on average. Similarly, trains from Milan to Rome are an hour faster than taking a flight when travel to and from Rome and Milan's airports is taken into consideration while being €16 cheaper on average. Trains traveling from Milan to Rome depart from either Milan's Porta Garibaldi or Centrale train station and take 2:49 h to arrive at either Rome's Ostiense, Termini, or Tiburtina train station. Approximately 70 trains travel from Milan to Rome every day, with the first departing Milan at 5:35 a.m. Both Trenitalia and Italo travel frequently from Milan to Rome every day.


Attractions in Rome

In addition to being the capital of Italy and the third most visited city in Europe, Rome is also the location of Vatican City- an independent country within Rome's city boundaries. Rome receives between 7-10 million tourist visits per year. Some of Rome's main attractions include the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Vatican museums, the Galleria Borghese, and the Spanish Steps.

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