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From Modena to Rome

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From Modena to Rome by train

🚉 DepartureModena
🚄 Arrival Rome
⌚ Trip duration 2 hours and 55 minutes
💰 PriceTickets from  19,20 €
📍 Distance331 km

Travelling from Modena to Rome by train is a fast and economical journey. The Modena-Rome route is 331 km long and the journey with Italo takes 2 hours and 55 minutes. The price of this trip starts from 19,20 €, a convenient price to enjoy a round trip to visit beautiful Rome.

Modena to Rome train stops

Which stops the Modena - Rome route train makes.

Rome Termini
Exchange Station
Cambio con
treno AV Italo
Treno regionale di Trenitalia
Cambio treno regionale Trenitalia con Italo Alta Velocità
Treno Italo Alta Velocità

Journey details

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How many km is Modena from Rome?

The direct distance between Rome and Modena is 331 km.

What times are the trains scheduled from Rome to Modena by train?

Every day, Italo has trains scheduled to depart from Rome to Modena and from Modena to Rome. You can find the schedule that is most convenient for you anytime, from the early morning until late in the evening. Check out train times to plan your trip.

What is the fastest train from Rome to Modena?

The fastest way takes roughly 2 hours and 55 minutes to make the distance between Rome and Modena.

How long does it take to get from Rome to Modena by train?

It generally takes 2 hours and 55 minutes to get to Modena from Rome though this depends on the date, time and day of the week. Check out train times to plan your trip.

Hot much does it cost from Rome to Modena by train?

Ticket prices for Italo trains from Rome to Modena start around 22,20 €. If you buy your ticket in advance, the price will be low - with Italo you can take advantage of great deals and discounts. See what deals are waiting for you on our train ticket offers page.

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Mini Guide, what to visit in Rome and Modena

Traveling in Modena
Traveling in Rome
Traveling in Modena

Modena is a city full of historical, cultural and culinary treasures to discover. A weekend in Modena is the ideal choice for those who want to experience the Italian sweet life. The city is also famous for its motorsport tradition, which gave birth to the mythical Ferrari. To visit the city in a weekend there is only the embarrassment of choice. To start, a visit to the Modena Cathedral, the most important monument of the city, one of the greatest Romanesque masterpieces of Italy, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Followed by the Ghirlandina Tower, one of the tallest towers in Italy, and the Ducal Palace, home of the Este family for centuries. Here, you can also visit the Enzo Ferrari Museum, one of the city's main attractions. A visit to Modena cannot not include a visit to the Albinelli Market, one of the largest open-air markets in Italy, where you can find quality local products such as Modena balsamic vinegar, olive oil, cold cuts, cheeses and wines. Another recommended stop during a weekend in Modena is a visit to Carpi Cathedral, one of the most important monuments of the city, dating back to the 16th century, where you can also admire the famous Pala di Brera, one of the largest altarpieces of the Italian Renaissance. But Modena is not only history and culture, it is also an avant-garde city. A visit to Modena cannot not include a walk in the city center, with an obligatory stop for a coffee in Piazza Grande, where you can also admire the suggestive Piazza Grande fountain. The city is also full of bars, pubs and restaurants where you can taste the local cuisine: one of the best known specialties is piadina, a sheet filled with cold cuts and cheeses, while for the sweet tooths the famous Modena tortellini are to be tried, served with a butter, parmesan and sage sauce. For a weekend in Modena, the most advantageous choice is to take the Italo train, as it is possible to buy tickets at discounted prices. What are you waiting for? Book your Italo ticket for Modena now!

Traveling in Rome

Rome, the Italian capital, one of the most visited cities in the world, is a place rich in history, culture and tradition. Unmissable in a weekend in Rome are the Imperial Fora and the Colosseum, destination of visitors from all over the world. Not to be missed are St. Peter's and the Vatican Museums, rich in art and history, which houses some of the greatest masterpieces in the history of art, such as Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper. A place to visit is the Pantheon, built in 27 BC, which offers a view of breathtaking beauty. To admire the view of the city you can climb to the Gianicolo, or you can choose Testaccio, the beating heart of the capital, to blend in with the real Romans. In the evening, instead, you can get lost in the alleys of Monti and the taverns of Trastevere. Rome also offers a wide choice of places to go shopping. Around Piazza di Spagna you will find some of the most beautiful streets in the world such as Via Condotti and Via del Babuino, where you can buy luxury Made in Italy such as Armani, Dolce and Gabbana and Prada. While Via del Corso with its international chains is a true open-air mall, extending from Piazza Venezia to Piazzale Flaminio. Rome's cuisine offers a wide selection of dishes, from traditional cacio e pepe or amatriciana, to authentic Jewish cuisine from the Ghetto, to the trendiest and youngest locals in the Pigneto and San Lorenzo districts. For an unforgettable experience during the holiday season, don't miss the opening of the extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy wanted by Pope Francis in December and reach Rome by train to attend the papal audiences. What are you waiting for? Buy your Italo ticket for Rome now!

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