When travelling by train, never forget to keep your ticket with you: make sure to print it out in advance or to download the mobile version if allowed.
For short distances like between Rome and Salerno, busses and carpooling are good alternatives to the train, thanks to their low costs. Also, busses have the advantage of getting to the smallest towns where the is no train station.
Which stations serve the rail line Rome - Salerno?
The trains to Salerno can leave from Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina or Roma Ostiense and arrive at Salerno Mercatello-Mariconda, Salerno Irno, Salerno, Salerno Pastena, Salerno Torrione, Salerno Arbostella, Salerno Stadio Arechi-San Leonardo or Salerno Duomo - Via Vernieri.
Travelling by train to Salerno from Rome: how many daily connections are there?
380 train connections exist to reach Salerno from Rome per day. Please be aware that among these connections there are 343 routes which have at least one change versus 37 routes which are direct lines. So although the trip is longer, if you want to travel between these cities at the last moment, choosing a route including one change or more could be better especially if there are too few connections. Nevertheless, if you do not want to change trains, it is highly advocated to choose an offer with a direct route.
How long will it take you from Rome to Salerno by train and when do the trains leave?
With the fastest connections you will be in Salerno in 2 hours and 20 minutes, but on average it takes 3 hours and 27 minutes. The first train headed to Salerno is at 05:04, while the last one leaves Rome at 07:06.