For relatively short journeys like the one from Rome to Genoa, you could also choose to travel by carpooling, cheaper alternative, or by train, an ecological choice.
Since the journey from Rome to Genoa is not so long, the bus is a good solution, but if you are looking for more offers or departure times, you can also have a look at trains and carpooling solutions.
How many daily connections exist to go to Genoa from Rome by bus?
If you need to travel to Genoa from Rome please know that there are 16 bus connections every day. Please note that 12 routes are direct lines whereas 4 routes include one change or more. So select a ticket for a direct line if you would rather stay in the same bus and avoid a change. Despite that, choosing an offer with an indirect line is sometimes the best way to travel efficiently especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last minute even though the trip is longer.
When are the buses from Rome to Genoa scheduled?
To get to Genoa from Rome by bus, it will take you around 7 hours and 34 minutes, or even 6 hours and 15 minutes if you choose the fastest solutions. The first bus leaves Rome at 01:06, while the last one is at 22:09.
Which companies can you travel with from Rome to Genoa?
Among the several partners of virail, you can also find FlixBus, Buscenter, Eurolines and Marino, offering buses from Rome to Genoa.
Flixbus is undoubtedly one of the youngest and most famous bus companies in whole Europe. With more than 40 millions passengers only in 2017, Flixbus offers national and international bus connections, also with night buses.
Marino is an Italian company mostly active in Southern Italy, but providing bus connections driving up to Northern Italy and also to France, Switzerland and Germany.