Trains to Rome
Rome by train booking guides
Rome is well connected by train thanks to frequent high-speed services from Milan, Turin and Venice and overnight services from Munich, Vienna and other European cities. Rome is particularly well placed for travel within Italy with high-speed connections to all major Italian cities including Naples, Florence and Venice and a vast network of regional trains stopping at the small towns in between.
Taking the train from London to Rome can be done with just a single change: travel to Paris by Eurostar then board the overnight Thello direct to Rome. Alternatively, connect to a TGV in Paris then to a high-speed Italian Freccia train in Milan or Turin to your final destination. Read our Rome by train booking guides for more detail or search above for trains to Rome from other destinations.
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