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From Padua to Rome by train

🚉 Departure Padua
🚄 ArrivalRome
⌚ Trip duration 3 hours and 19 minutes
💰 PriceTickets from [PRICE]€
📍 Distance 394 km
🚅 Daily trains 22

Travelling from Padua to Rome by train is a fast and economical journey. The Padua-Rome route is 394 km long and the journey with Italo takes 3 hours and 19 minutes. The price of this trip starts from [PRICE]€, a convenient price to enjoy a round trip to visit beautiful Rome.

Italo trains offer the possibility to choose between two arrivals in Rome (Tiburtina and Termini) departing from Padua (Centale) on the Padua-Rome route.

Journey details

Want to know more about your journey? Following you'll find the frequently asked questions by our customers and some tips for your journey.

  • The direct distance between Padua and Rome is 394 km but the high speed trains travel along the 477 Km of track that connects the two cities, reaching maximum speeds of 300 Km/h per hour.

  • It generally takes Italo trains 3 hours and 19 minutes to get to Rome from Padua though this depends on the date, time and day of the week. Check out train times to plan your trip.

  • Every day, Italo has 22 trains scheduled to depart from Padua to Rome and from Rome to Padua. 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.

  • Ticket prices for Italo trains from Padua to Rome start around 19,9 €. 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.

  • If you’re looking for the destination of your next day trip, with Italo you can take advantage of the round trip deal. The deal lets you change the date and time of your ticket as many times as you want, up to three gdays before it is scheduled to leave and offers great savings when it comes to the cost of travel. With this deal you can even travel to Rome for the day to do some shopping before heading back to Padua.

  • Italo offers great deals on tickets for its clients, subscribe to the newsletter to stay up to date on discounts and promotions.

  • The fastest way to Paduafrom Rome is by Italo’s direct high-speed train, which doesn’t make stops at any other stations along the route. The non-stop Milan-Rome train, which takes roughly 3 hours and 19 minutes to make the distance between Padua and Rome


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Padua - Rome

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Let yourself be inspired, travel with Italo Mini guide: what to visit in Padua and Rome

Traveling to Padua
Traveling to Rome
Traveling to Padua

Are you ready for a journey to discover Padua, the oldest city in the Veneto province? Home to great poets, philosophers, scientists and writers, Padua is a destination to visit for its historical and cultural treasures.

Start your tour from Piazza dei Signori with the Loggia della Gran Guardia, built in the 15th century, which hosts the Padova Civic Museum. On the square, you can also see Palazzo della Ragione, one of Padua's oldest buildings, which houses a museum dedicated to science and art.

From the Palazzo you can move to the Cappella degli Scrovegni, one of the oldest chapels in the city, with frescoes by Giotto. The city tour continues at Caffè Pedrocchi, an obligatory stop for visitors, where you can taste the famous coffee granita, a Paduan specialty.

To discover the culture and art of Padua you can't miss a visit to the famous Prato della Valle, the largest public park in Europe, and the famous Botanical Garden, the oldest botanical garden in Italy.

The city is also known for the Basilica of Sant'Antonio, one of the most important Catholic places of worship in the world, adorned with works by great Renaissance artists, and the Cathedral of Padua, dominated by the very high Clock Tower.

Finally, a visit to the Observatory Astronomical Tower, erected in the 16th century, from which you can admire a breathtaking panoramic view of Padua.

On the Padua table you can find typical dishes such as risotto with radicchio, liver salad, baccalà alla vicentina and sopressa vicentina. And after dinner? One of the trendiest places in the city is undoubtedly Caffè Pedrocchi, where you can savor a drink while listening to a live concert.

Come to Padua with Italo! Your journey will be comfortable, fast and safe. Buy your ticket, discover all the treasures of Padua, and admire the city's historical and cultural heritage.

Traveling to Rome

Rome is a unique city, full of history and culture, which attracts millions of tourists from all over the world every year. The must-see spots of a visit to Rome are the Colosseum, the Imperial Fora and the Pantheon, to relive the grandeur of ancient Rome. For a breathtaking view of Rome's rooftops, there is the Gianicolo, while to blend in with real Romens the right choice is Testaccio. To explore the coziest and most secret places there is the Coppedè district or the Giardino degli Aranci, and then an evening stroll among the alleys of Monti and the taverns of Trastevere.

Rome is also shopping, with its most beautiful streets in the world such as Via Condotti and Via del Babuino, for luxury Made in Italy purchases, while Via del Corso with its international chains is a true open-air shopping mall. A visit to Rome is not complete without a stop at the Trevi Fountain, restored thanks to the investments of the historic Italian fashion house Fendi. The capital is also a city of great events, such as the opening of the extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy wanted by Pope Francis and the papal audiences.

To discover Rome's cuisine, a great cacio e pepe or amatriciana will make you plunge into the most authentic Lazio cuisine. For the sweet tooth, there are specialties like maritozzi and cornetti, ricotta tarts and the famous Giolitti ice creams. Authentic Jewish cuisine can be found in the Ghetto, while for the trendiest and youngest locals, but also for an economic trattoria, the Pigneto and San Lorenzo districts or the new area between Garbatella and Ostiense offer everything, from the wines of the Castelli to the good Japanese sushi.

Trust Italo to reach Rome by train and discover all the secrets of the Italian capital. Buy your ticket now and set off to discover Rome!



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