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From Milan to Rome

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Routes Tickets from

Milan - Rome

19,9 €
Routes Tickets from

Rome - Milan

19,9 €

From Milan to Rome by train

🚉 Departure Milan
🚄 ArrivalRome
⌚ Trip duration 3 hours and 10 minutes
💰 PriceTickets from [PRICE]€
📍 Distance 478 km
🚅 Daily trains 64

Travelling from Milan to Rome by train is a fast and economical journey. The Milan-Rome route is 478 km long and the journey with Italo takes 3 hours and 10 minutes. The price of this trip starts from [PRICE]€, a convenient price to enjoy a round trip to visit beautiful Rome.

The Italo trains offer the possibility to choose between two departures from Milan (Centrale and Rogoredo) and two arrivals in Rome (Tiburtina and Termini) on the Rome-Milan routes

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 Milan and Rome is 478 km but the high speed trains travel along the 567 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 10 minutes to get to Rome from Milan though this depends on the date, time and day of the week. Check out train times to plan your trip.

  • Every day, Italo has 64 trains scheduled to depart from Milan to Rome and from Rome to Milan. 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 Milan to Rome start around 19,90 €. 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 Milan.

  • 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 Milanfrom 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 10 minutes to make the distance between Milan and Rome

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Travel Smart

Reclining leather seats

Free Wi-Fi Internet

Smart journey ambience

Affordable, comfortable, convenient. Travelling in a Smart ambience means enjoying in a smart travelling experience combining self-service and comfort.

Vibrant with colours, this journey ambience provides services such as reclining Frau leather seats, footrests, individual power sockets and independent tables. A high number of seats is available in our 7 Smart coaches, all with free Wi-Fi connection.

Snack Area, with vending machines for some affordable espresso coffee, cold drinks and snacks.

Travel in Prima

Fast Track

Welcome service

Newspapers and magazines

Extra space

Reclining leather seats

Free Wi-Fi Internet

Your Comfort is served

Maximum relax, unique service.

Avoid queues and pass through checkpoints with ease thanks to a dedicated access to your train with the new Fast Track service.

Our onboard staff is ready to welcome you with a selection of sweets, snacks, warm drinks and cold beverages.

Our reclining Frau leather seats are equipped with soft individual armrests, and they ensure a wide personal space and freedom of movement. And if you select the single-seat option, your trip can be even more comfortable. When you need to stretch your legs, the Break Area is equipped with vending machines with espresso coffee, cold drinks and snacks.

Also, a number of small utilities is available for each passenger: a power socket, a reading light control, a glove compartment placed between double seats. Plus, a free Wi-Fi connection is always available.

Lounge Italo Club Free Access

Extra-wide armchairs

Dedicated catering

Fast Track

Newspapers and magazines

Personal screen

Free Wi-Fi Internet

A superior experience

Travel in our most exclusive ambience and relax in comfort and privacy whilst enjoying unrivalled entertainment:

- Complimentary entry to Lounge Italo Club, where waiting for a train becomes a pleasure, not a bore. (Available in those stations containing Lounge Italo Club)

- Dedicated access to your train with the new Fast Track service

- Extra-wide armchairs for maximum comfort.

- Dedicated catering including expresso coffee and a mouthwatering selection of Italian sandwiches, bakery products and drinks.

- Every seat includes a 9” personal screen so you can enjoy the great selection of complimentary onboard entertainment available on our Italo portal, or browse the Internet in total comfort. Service available on the AGV train.

- A generous choice of Italy’s favourite newspapers and magazines to read at your leisure as you travel.

Milan to Rome train stops

Which stops the Milan - Rome route train makes.

Reggio Emilia
Santa Maria Novella

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Milan Rome offers

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Italo Family, children travel free of charge.

Children under 14 years of age travel free of charge with their family.


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Mini Guide, what to visit in Rome and Milan

Traveling to Milan
Traveling to Rome
Traveling to Milan

Whether it's for work, a passion for fashion or a love of design, the reasons for taking a train to Milan, Italy's most international city, are ever-increasing. For a day trip, the must-see destinations of a Milan visit are the Duomo with its iconic Madonnina, the Castello Sforzesco, the Church of Sant'Ambrogio, Piazza della Scala with the Teatro alla Scala, and the imposing Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. From here, a few steps away is Italy's most famous department store, La Rinascente, and in just ten minutes on foot you reach the fashion quarter, the epitome of shopping, enclosed in the four streets of Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia. Milan also hosts the Design Week every year, drawing operators from all over the world, and the Brera and Tortona neighborhoods come alive with off-site events showing the best of Milan's nightlife. To get to know the trendiest area of the city, head to the Darsena to discover its famous Navigli (Naviglio Pavese and Naviglio Grande). But Milan is also about art, where you can admire Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, the Last Supper, or visit the exhibitions at the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Triennale or the exhibitions at the Fondazione Prada. The Meneghina city, engine of Italy's economy and home to the Stock Exchange and the prestigious Bocconi University, also hosts the most important European fairs and events, to be marked in the agenda: the Salone del Mobile, the Milan Fashion Week or the Artigiano in Fiera. For a business trip, a visit to the reborn Porta Nuova area is a must, a project that has enriched Milan's skyline with new skyscrapers, including the Unicredit Tower and the award-winning Bosco Verticale. What are you waiting for? Buy your Italo ticket to Milan now!

Traveling to Rome

Travel to Rome by train and visit the Italian capital, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. With its great beauty, Rome is one of the most visited cities in the world. Must-see places in a weekend in Rome are the Imperial Fora and the Colosseum, reminders of the glorious Roman era, St. Peter's and the Vatican Museums, the Pantheon monument, which can be visited for free, and the Trevi Fountain, restored thanks to investments from the historic Italian fashion house Fendi. To admire the breathtaking view of the rooftops of Rome, you can climb to the Gianicolo, to blend in with the real Romans you can choose Testaccio, to find secret places the advice is to look for the Coppedè district or the Giardino degli Aranci, while in the evening you can get lost in the alleys of Monti and the trattorias of Trastevere. But Rome is also about shopping, around Piazza di Spagna you can find some of the most beautiful streets in the world such as Via Condotti and Via del Babuino, where you can make luxury purchases Made in Italy such as Armani, Dolce and Gabbana and Prada, while Via del Corso with its international chains is a real open-air shopping center, which extends from Piazza Venezia to Piazzale Flaminio. Absolutely to be visited in a Christmas or New Year's weekend to admire the installations and illuminations, which decorate the city center competing with the rest of the world. Where to eat in Rome is instead only a choice of embarrassment, a good cacio e pepe or amatriciana will make you dive into the most authentic Lazio cuisine; for authentic Jewish cuisine there is the Ghetto, for the trendiest and youngest locals, but also an economic trattoria the Pigneto and San Lorenzo districts or the new area between Garbatella and Ostiense offer everything, from the wine of the Castelli to the good Japanese sushi. The capital is also a city of great events: don't miss the 8th of December, the opening of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy wanted by Pope Francis and reach Rome by train to attend papal audiences will be the right choice. What are you waiting for? Buy your Italo ticket for Rome now!


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