Traveling Between Florence and Rome

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Last updated:
28.10.2020

Exploring the postcard-like Italian cities is exciting no matter which way you choose to do so. However, talking about the most convenient and quick option to get from Florence to Rome, the first thing that comes to mind is a high-speed train.

The connection between these two destinations is performed by Italo trains, which, reaching the speed of 300 kilometers per hour, cover the distance of about 270 km in only 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Rome

As trains are the most popular way to travel Italy, there are multiple routes and departure times to select from. To be precise, the Florence to Rome train timetable has more than 50 departures every day!

Must-visit sights in Rome:

  • Colosseum;
  • Vatican City;
  • Pantheon;
  • Trevi Fountain;
  • Spanish Steps;
  • Palatine Hill;
  • Piazza Navona;
  • St. Peter’s Basilica;
  • Castel Sant’Angelo;
  • Monument of Vittorio Emanuele II.

Modern high-speed Italo trains offer 6 travel classes ranging from Standard to Premium. These trains are designed to travel in absolute comfort, having all necessary amenities like free WiFi, reclining leather seats with tables, footrests, and power sockets. Snacks and drinks can also be purchased on board Italo trains. Moreover, if you've chosen to travel in the Cinema Coach, you can take advantage of entertaining multi-media on 19-inch screens.

Florence

The train departs from Santa Maria Novella in Florence and arrives to the station Termini or Tiburtina in Rome. Finally, it’s advisable to book your Rome to Florence rail tickets online in advance to stay on the safe side or to buy them directly at the railway station.

Hop on a train heading towards your next Italian adventure and enjoy a worry-free ride between the two marvelous cities.

Must-visit sights in Florence:

  • Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore;
  • Uffizi Gallery;
  • Galleria dell'Accademia;
  • Palazzo Vecchio;
  • Palazzo Pitti;
  • Santa Maria Novella Church;
  • Ponte Vecchio.

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