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Milan to Rome by train

The journey from Milan to Rome by train is 296.79 mi and takes 3 hr 36 min. There are 207 connections per day, with the first departure at 5:10 AM and the last at 8:40 PM. It is possible to travel from Milan to Rome by train for as little as $25.56 or as much as $441.33. The best price for this journey is $25.56.

Lowest Price$25.56
Journey Duration3 hr 36 min
Connection per Day207
Lowest Price$25.56
Highest Price$441.33
First Departure5:10 AM
Last Departure8:40 PM
Distance296.79 mi
DepartureMilan
ArrivalRome
CarriersDB - Intercity, EuroCityMore

Milan to Rome Train Times

Departure date
Tuesday, Apr 16, 2024

Traveling from Milan to Rome by train

Embarking on a train journey from Milan to Rome offers travelers a unique experience through the heart of Italy. The typical duration of this journey is approximately 3 hr 36 min, covering a distance of 296.79 mi between the two major cities. On an average day, there are about 207 train services connecting Milan and Rome. For those mindful of their budget, tickets can be found priced as low as $25.56. Departures from Milan usually originate from Milano, Lampugnano,Milano, Lambrate,Milan Rogoredo,Milan Linate Airport (LIN),MILANO,Rho - Fiera Milano,Milano, Sesto San Giovanni,Milan - San Donato,Milano - Porta Garibaldi,Milano Cadorna,Milan (Malpensa Aeroporto Terminal 1),Milano Centrale,Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY) stations, arriving at Rome Ciampino Airport (CIA),Roma-San Pietro,Roma - Tuscolana,Rome Monte Mario,Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO),Rome Balduina,Rome - Ostiense,Rome Termini,Rome Trastevere,Rome Nomentana,ROMA - TIBURTINA stations in Rome. While some routes might be direct, Virail ensures travelers are well-informed about both direct and transfer routes to their destination. It's recommended to arrive at least 30 minutes before departure to ensure a seamless boarding process.

Rome and Milan are seamlessly connected by high-speed trains, including the Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, and Italo. The Frecciarossa, renowned for its speeds of up to 300km/h, ensures a journey under 3 hours. Meanwhile, the Italo competes closely in terms of speed and luxury. Both trains offer free WiFi, power sockets, and various seating classes. The Frecciabianca, while slightly slower, provides a comfortable travel experience. When comparing these services, travelers have a choice of speed, comfort, and price, making train travel between these cities convenient and versatile.

Rome Termini is the primary railway station in Rome, strategically located in the city center. Its name, "Termini," is derived from the nearby Roman Baths of Diocletian, known as "Thermae" in Latin. The station has existed since 1863, but the current structure, a representation of 1940s Italian modernism, was inaugurated in December 1950. Inside, travelers can find a variety of amenities, including a Trenitalia ticket office, Italo ticket kiosk, free WiFi, and numerous eateries. Additionally, the station boasts the Freccialounge for Trenitalia's Executive class passengers and an Italiapass lounge. For transportation, the station is well-connected with the metro system, linking it to major attractions like the Colosseum and the Vatican. Once passengers disembark at the train stations, they can conveniently access buses, trams, and the metro system for their onward journey. Rome's extensive public transportation network connects major attractions, neighborhoods, and transit hubs.

Upon your arrival in Rome, you are stepping into a city steeped in history and culture. Known globally for its iconic landmarks, such as the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and the Vatican City, Rome is a dream for history enthusiasts and art lovers. But the city offers more than just historical sites. Trendy neighborhoods like Trastevere are perfect for strolls, dining, and experiencing the local culture. Moreover, Rome's numerous piazzas, fountains, and ancient ruins offer endless exploration opportunities.

Things to Do in Rome:

  1. Visit the iconic Colosseum and learn about its history.
  2. Explore the Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Sistine Chapel.
  3. Stroll through the historic Roman Forum.
  4. Throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain.
  5. Discover the Pantheon, an ancient Roman temple.
  6. Relax in the Villa Borghese gardens.
  7. Visit the Spanish Steps and enjoy the view.
  8. Explore the charming Trastevere neighborhood.
  9. Visit the Capitoline Museums for a dose of art and history.
  10. Enjoy a gelato while strolling along the Tiber River.

Foods to Eat in Rome:

  1. Carbonara: A classic Roman pasta dish made with eggs, cheese, pancetta, and pepper.
  2. Supplì: Fried rice balls filled with cheese and often ragù or tomato sauce.
  3. Bruschetta: Grilled bread topped with fresh tomatoes, garlic, and olive oil.
  4. Cacio e Pepe: A simple pasta dish made with cheese and black pepper.
  5. Artichokes: Prepared in various ways, including "alla Romana" and "alla Giudia."
  6. Osso Buco: A Milanese specialty of braised veal shanks.
  7. Gelato: The famous Italian ice cream with a variety of flavors.
  8. Tiramisu: A popular coffee-flavored dessert.
  9. Espresso: A robust Italian coffee, often enjoyed after meals.
  10. Limoncello: A lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy.

Day trips from Rome:

With its rich history, Rome is a perfect starting point for various day trips. A short distance away, visitors can explore the ancient ruins of Pompeii, the picturesque Amalfi Coast, or the serene gardens of Tivoli. For those interested in religious history, visiting Assisi, the birthplace of St. Francis, is a must. The rolling hills of Tuscany, with its vineyards and historic towns like Siena, offer a different taste of Italy. Whether it's nature, history, or coastal beauty, day trips from Rome provide diverse experiences for every traveler.

Rome Travel Tips:

When in Rome, wearing comfortable shoes is advisable as the city is best explored on foot. While the city is known for its rich history, always be respectful when visiting religious sites and dress modestly. The Roma Pass offers discounts on attractions and free public transport. While dining, remember to ask for the "menu turistico" or tourist menu for budget-friendly meal options. Stay hydrated, especially during the hot summer, and always be cautious of pickpockets, especially in crowded areas. Lastly, immerse yourself in the local culture, try speaking a few words in Italian, and enjoy the Roman hospitality.

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Looking for the best deal on a train ticket for your trip? Here are 4 ways to get cheap train tickets from Milan to Rome.

Book in advance and save

If you're looking for the best deal for your trip from Milan to Rome, booking train tickets in advance is a great way to save money, but keep in mind that advance tickets are usually not available until 3 months before your travel date.

Stay flexible with your travel time and explore off-peak journeys

Planning your trips around off-peak travel times not only means that you'll be able to avoid the crowds, but can also end up saving you money. Being flexible with your schedule and considering alternative routes or times will significantly impact the amount of money you spend on getting from Milan to Rome.

Always check special offers

Checking on the latest deals can help save a lot of money, making it worth taking the time to browse and compare prices. So make sure you get the best deal on your ticket and take advantage of special fares for children, youth and seniors as well as discounts for groups.

Unlock the potential of slower trains or connecting trains

If you're planning a trip with some flexible time, why not opt for the scenic route? Taking slower trains or connecting trains that make more stops may save you money on your ticket – definitely worth considering if it fits in your schedule.

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Price as departure date approaches

Train companies may charge higher ticket prices as the date of departure approaches. Prices in the next days can range from around $26.16 to $62.41 but may be subject to change. Our advice is to book as early as possible to potentially save up to 58% on your trip!

Best time to book cheap train tickets from Milan to Rome

The cheapest Milan - Rome train tickets can be found for as low as $40.40 if you’re lucky, or $46.77 on average. The most expensive ticket can cost as much as $58.81.

Find the best day to travel to Rome by train

When travelling to Rome by train, if you want to avoid crowds you can check how frequently our customers are travelling in the next 30-days using the graph below. On average, the peak hours to travel are between 6:30am and 9am in the morning, or between 4pm and 7pm in the evening. Please keep this in mind when travelling to your point of departure as you may need some extra time to arrive, particularly in big cities!

Carriers on this route

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Eurocity (EC) trains are specifically designed for short and long-distance travel, connecting major cities in various European countries as part of the extensive international train services. Eurocity (EC) trains are operated by a range of national railway companies across Europe, including Deutsche Bahn (Germany), SNCF (France), Trenitalia (Italy), SBB (Switzerland), and ÖBB (Austria). The Eurocity (EC) service offers regular schedules and convenient connections between prominent cities like Paris, Berlin, Milan, and Vienna.

Frecciabianca, operated by Trenitalia, Italy's national railway company, is a high-speed train service that links prominent cities and towns in Italy, such as Milan, Venice, Bologna, Florence, Rome, and Lecce. Operating at a top speed of 200 km/h, Frecciabianca trains provide passengers with first and second-class seating choices. This service belongs to the Frecciarossa family of high-speed trains in Italy.

Frecciarossa, operated by Trenitalia, the national railway company, is a renowned high-speed train service in Italy. FRECCIAROSSA trains, reaching speeds of up to 300 km/h, connect major cities including Rome, Milan, Naples, Florence, and Turin.

Italo, a subsidiary of the Italian railway company Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV), operates a high-speed train service throughout Italy. The 2012 launch of Italo trains, which are both conventional and high-speed, provides travelers with speedy and comfortable travel across Italy. The 300 km/h speed ensures regular and comfortable transportation to major cities like Rome, Naples, Florence, and Milan.

While not as swift as the high-speed ICE trains, Deutsche Bahn’s InterCity trains boast speeds up to 200km/h, offering spacious carriages and dining options. Operating across numerous German routes, such as Cologne-Hamburg, these trains also extend to international destinations, including Amsterdam and Luxembourg. Some routes even feature double-deck trains.

Ticket types and facilities from Milan to Rome

Compare the different ticket types and the facilities provided by EuroCity, Frecciabianca and Frecciarossa when traveling from Milan to Rome.

Second Class

With Deutsche Bahn's Eurocity trains, a second-class ticket guarantees you a more affordable journey. Throughout your trip, you can access basic facilities like electrical outlets, air conditioning, and a bar carriage.
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First Class

If you wish to elevate your travel experience in a quieter place with additional services such as adjustable seats, more legroom, catering service, and seat selection, you can opt for the first-class tickets on Deutsche Bahn's Eurocity trains.
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Second Class

In Frecciabianca's Second Class, you'll enjoy your journey with adjustable seats arranged in rows of four (2+2), foldable tables, reading lights, and ample luggage space. If you get hungry during your journey, don't forget to grab a bite from the FrecciaBistrò cafe-bar!
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First Class

In Frecciabianca's First Class, you'll find seats that are more spacious compared to the second class. Plus, you can pamper yourself right from the start of your trip with a welcome drink, snack, and newspapers.
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Premium

Premium service includes a wider seat, more legroom, and access to additional amenities such as a welcome drink and a choice of newspapers. Coach 4 on the Frecciarossa 1000 train is reserved for the Premium level.
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Standard

Standard is the basic level of service and includes a comfortable seat and access to basic onboard services. Coaches 5-8 are for the Standard level with seats covered in gray eco-leather.
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Executive

Executive is the highest level of service and includes all of the amenities of the Business level, as well as a personal entertainment system, and gourmet meals served by a dedicated onboard chef.
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Business

Business service is designed for business travelers and includes all of the amenities of the Premium level, as well as access to a dedicated Business Lounge and priority boarding. Coaches 2 and 3 of Frecciarossa 1000 are reserved for the Business level of service.
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Smart

With the Smart ambiance, experience all the comforts and services of Italo at an affordable price.
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Prima

Experience the best of Italo with the Prima ambiance, providing you with maximum comfort and top-notch services for your entire journey.
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Club Executive

For an even more luxurious and relaxing trip, opt for the Club Ambiance. Here, you'll delight in ultimate comfort and pampering with spacious individual seating arrangements.
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Second Class

On SBB Intercity trains, in addition to basic amenities for Second Class ticket, there's a Family Zone specially designed to offer comfort for families with children. If you get hungry during the journey, you can enjoy tasty meals in the restaurant carriage.
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First Class

On Deutsche Bahn IC trains, if you have a Flexpreis First Class ticket in addition to the standard second class offerings, you can access Fast Track and DB lounges at some German stations for free and enjoy the complimentary refreshments. Plus, experience a quieter travel environment and savor the view.

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Facility Description

Find out more about the different facilities available onboard with each carrier on this route.

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DB's EC trains feature recently updated coaches equipped with power sockets.
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Deutsche Bahn is progressively adding free WiFi to their EC trains.
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On DB Eurocity trains, you can bring any amount of luggage without restrictions. Store small bags either in the overhead racks or beneath your seats. For bigger luggage items, use the racks found in the compartments or close to the exterior doors.
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The Mobility Service assists with boarding, disembarking, and train transitions. Additionally, the staff is ready to address any inquiries or provide support to ensure a smooth journey.
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On EC trains, dine in the onboard restaurant or grab a quick bite from the bistro. First Class passengers receive complimentary meals at their seat. DB provides diverse, locally-sourced food options, including vegetarian and vegan choices.
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DB's EC trains now boast modernized carriages with air conditioning.
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Currently, Frecciabianca trains don't have an onboard entertainment portal. But, you can use your own data.
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Every seat comes with its power socket to keep your devices charged.
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On Frecciabianca trains, you won't face any restrictions on the amount of luggage you can bring on board. You can easily stow small bags and items in overhead racks or under your seat, while larger suitcases can be placed in the luggage racks situated in the compartments or close to the exterior doors.
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Special assistance is a call away for those who require it. Dial the toll-free 800 90 60 60 from Italian landlines or the international number +3902323232 from any phone, including from abroad.
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You can visit the FrecciaBistrò café-bar for a selection of snacks and meals. Additionally, through the Portale FRECCE portal, you can conveniently order from your seat. Bringing your own refreshments is also an option.
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No matter the weather outside, stay comfortably cool with onboard air-conditioning.
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Folding bikes are allowed as hand luggage, while non-folding bikes need to be disassembled and placed in travel cases shown to the conductor or platform staff before boarding, and stowed in a specific part of the train.
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On Frecciarossa trains, free WiFi is available. Use their Portale FRECCE service to watch movies, TV, and catch up on news. It also provides travel updates and additional booking options.
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Seek serenity? Frecciarossa offers designated quiet zones for Business Class to ensure a peaceful journey, free from distractions.
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No matter the model – be it ETR 500, ETR 600, ETR 700, or ETR 1000 – every seat comes with its power socket to keep your devices charged.
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On Frecciarossa trains, you won't face any restrictions on the amount of luggage you can bring on board. You can easily stow small bags and items in overhead racks or under your seat, while larger suitcases can be placed in the luggage racks situated in the compartments or close to the exterior doors.
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Special assistance is a call away for those who require it. Dial the toll-free 800 90 60 60 from Italian landlines or the international number +3902323232 from any phone, including from abroad.
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Satiate your hunger at the FrecciaBistrò, stationed at the train's center. Or, for added convenience, order directly to your seat through the Portale FRECCE's EasyBistrò. Premium and Business Class travelers receive complimentary snacks and drinks, while Executive Class passengers delight in gourmet meals curated by chef Carlo Cracc.
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No matter the weather outside, stay comfortably cool with onboard air-conditioning.
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Folding bikes are allowed as hand luggage, while non-folding bikes need to be disassembled and placed in travel cases shown to the conductor or platform staff before boarding, and stowed in a specific part of the train.
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Italo trains come equipped with free WiFi and the ItaloLive entertainment portal, featuring an array of movies, shows, news, and more.
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All Italo trains provide power sockets at each seat.
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Your train ticket comes with a luggage allowance, which you need to store in specified areas on Italo trains. In Smart ambience coaches, there's a size limit, so ensure your luggage doesn't exceed 75 x 53 x 30 cm. Adhering to these guidelines helps you avoid any penalties.
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For travelers with reduced mobility, Italo trains have priority seating located near an accessible restroom, which includes tactile and Braille signage.
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On Italo trains, while there's no dedicated dining carriage, vending machines in Coaches 3 and 7 (AGV trains) or Coaches 3 and 6 (EVO trains) offer snacks and drinks. Prima Ambience passengers receive a complimentary Welcome Service with a variety of snacks and beverages served at their seat. For an even more luxurious experience, Club Executive Ambience travelers enjoy an exclusive onboard catering service with espresso, pastries, and drinks delivered by attentive staff.
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All Italo trains are equipped with air-conditioning.
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Prams, pushchairs, and folding bicycles are considered standard luggage and should be stored in designated spaces on Italo trains. Oversized luggage and standard bicycles are not allowed. We recommend protecting your bicycle with a cover.
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Deutsche Bahn is rolling out free WiFi on their IC trains, with some already offering the service.
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All seats in both classes have power sockets on DB IC trains.
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On IC trains, you can bring any amount of luggage without restrictions. Store small bags either in the overhead racks or beneath your seats. For bigger luggage items, use the racks found in the compartments or close to the exterior doors.
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Deutsche Bahn's Mobility Service provides assistance for boarding, disembarking, and train transfers. Staff are on hand to address questions and ensure a smooth trip.
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On the DB IC trains, there's a restaurant for meals or a bistro for snacks. You can eat at the bistro or in your seat. First Class passengers get free food at their seat. The menu changes but always has local food, including vegetarian and vegan choices.
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Intercity trains have air-conditioned sections.
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For IC trains, a ticket and reservation are required for bicycles, with the reservation cost included. Bikes are typically stored in second class carriages, though your seat may be elsewhere.
Services on board DB - Intercity, EuroCity and Italo from Milan to Rome
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Milan to Rome CO2 Emissions by Train

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Train
33.44kg
Bus
35.82kg
Flight
95.53kg
Car
76.42kg
What are the CO2 emissions from Milan to Rome by train? The CO2 emissions from taking the train between Milan and Rome are 33.44kg.
How much CO2 do I save by taking the train between Milan and Rome? By taking the train between Milan and Rome you will save 62.09kg CO2 emissions compared to a flight, 2.38kg compared to a bus and 42.98kg compared to a car.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a train ticket from Milan to Rome?
A train ticket from Milan to Rome is $69.29. However the price varies depending on how early you buy, and if it's peak time to travel. Occasionally you can find them for as cheap as $25.56.
What's the cheapest train ticket from Milan to Rome?
The cheapest ticket you can get from Milan to Rome is $25.56. We recommend booking as early as possible and off-peak hours to get the cheapest ticket possible. Off-peak times are usually from 09:30 to 16:00, and after 19:00.
What's the distance between Milan and Rome by train?
Milan to Rome is 296.79 mi.
How long does the train between Milan and Rome take?
Milan to Rome is on average 3 hr 36 min. However the fastest option will get you there in 2 hr 56 min.
Which companies operate from Milan to Rome?
The train journey from Milan to Rome is covered by 7 operator(s). On Virail you can find these carriers that provide services on this route: DB - Intercity, EuroCity, Italo, Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, Regionale Veloce, InterCityNotte and Autobus.
How many train connections per day go from Milan to Rome?
Milan to Rome has 207 connection(s) per day on average.
What time does the first train from Milan to Rome leave?
The earliest train from Milan to Rome departs at 5:10 AM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
What time does the last train from Milan to Rome depart?
The latest train from Milan to Rome departs at 8:40 PM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
Should I book my ticket from Milan to Rome in advance?
If you can, we recommend booking your ticket as early as possible to ensure you get better savings. The cheapest train ticket we have found is $25.56 but this may be subject to change depending on the day of travel, hour you wish to depart and how far in advance you book.
How many direct connections depart from Milan to Rome?
There are on average 201 direct connection(s) from Milan to go to Rome.
What's the fastest journey time between Milan to Rome by train?
The fastest journey time by train between Milan and Rome is 2 hr 56 min.
Is there a direct train from Milan to Rome?
Yes, there is a direct train between Milan and Rome.
What are the CO2 emissions for Milan to Rome by train?
The train journey from Milan to Rome creates 33.44kg of CO2 emissions.

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