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Prices explained

Prices explained

At Loco2 we believe in price transparency. We use real data from Loco2 searches to estimate the cheapest fares you should be able to find for your journey.

The cheapest price is the lowest fare we've ever found for this journey. These prices can usually be found by searching when booking opens but they vary due to availability, which depends on factors like the day of the week or time of year.

More popular journeys include 30 day advance and 7 day advance prices. These are updated every two weeks using prices we've found by searching exactly 7 or 30 days from the most recent Thursday (we picked Thursday because this is when average prices are usually found).

30 day and 7 day prices fluctuate based on demand and availability at the time of search. For example, the 7-day price in summer is likely to be more expensive than the same journey in winter.

Prices are sourced in GBP and converted to other currencies using the daily market exchange rate.

We're always seeking to improve how price-checking works, and we welcome feedback on how we can make it better.

More advice about how to find the cheapest tickets can be found in our infographic.

  1. Cheapest price £9.10
  2. 30 day advance £41.50
  3. 7 day advance £52.00
  • First train
    05:00
  • Last train
    20:35
  • Avg changes
    0
  • Fastest journey
    2hr 49m
  1. The trains from Milan to Rome are fast, frequent and reliable. The fastest trains between Italy’s two largest cities take just under 3 hours, using modern high-speed rail lines for the entire length of the 570-kilometre journey.

    At least three trains each hour speed south from Milan to Rome. At peak times, there may be as many as five trains each hour on this prime business route. Two companies compete on the stretch: NTV Italo and Trenitalia. Trenitalia have the edge when it comes to the number of trains and bookings open four months prior to travel. NTV Italo trains are less frequent, but have the advantage that tickets can often be booked as long as six months in advance. Book early for the cheapest tickets.

    The journey to Rome heads south-east across the North Italian Plain to Bologna, there turning south into the hills. The stretch from Bologna to Florence is almost entirely in tunnels, but beyond Florence there are fine views of the Arno and Tiber Valleys on the run south to the Italian capital.

    Milan to Rome

    Milan to Rome

    All fast trains from Milan to Rome depart from Milan Centrale station. These include the premium Frecciarossa Trenitalia and the high-speed Italo services which run non-stop to Roma Termini in just under 3 hours. Some of these trains also serve Milan Rogoredo station.

    Upon arrival in Rome, passengers can alight at Tiburtina or Termini stations. Most trains serve both stations; a small number stop at only one of the two. Whichever departure or arrival stations you choose, the journey from Milan to Rome offers a chance to experience European high-speed rail travel at its very best – and that applies equally to the NTV Italo and the Trenitalia services on this key route.

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Passenger age requirements

Different countries have different classifications for "Child" and "Youth". That's why we ask you to enter the age of young passengers when you search.

Countries Children Youths
Belgium and Luxembourg 6 - 11 12 - 25
Eurostar 4 - 11 12 - 25
France* 4 - 11 12 - 25
Germany* 6 - 14 15 - 25
Italy 4 - 11 12 - 25
Netherlands (including Thalys) 4 - 11 12 - 25
Spain* 4 - 13 14 - 25
Switzerland 6 - 16 17 - 25
United Kingdom* 5 - 15 16 - 25
others 4 - 11 12 - 25

* There are some exceptions to these definitions. Please see child and youth passenger age requirements for more information.

You can also read about Youth and Senior discounts and railcards.

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