Milan to Rome train

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Cheap train tickets from Milan to Rome

Showing times and prices for 16 Jul

Cheapest

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Cheapest
Regionale
06:5010h57
Milan Centrale
17:47Rome Termini
£401One-way
1 change
2nd Cheapest
Intercity Notte
21:358h18
Milan Porta Garibaldi
05:53Rome Tiburtina
£471One-way
0 changes
Intercity
10:5010h10
Milan Centrale
21:00Rome Termini
£541One-way
0 changes
Intercity
13:2010h17
Milan Centrale
23:37Rome Termini
£551One-way
2 changes
Intercity
09:2010h37
Milan Centrale
19:57Rome Termini
£581One-way
1 change

Train timetableMilan to Rome

Showing trains for tomorrow, Tuesday, 16 July
Frecciarossa
05:103h54
Milan Centrale
09:04Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
05:203h20
Milan Centrale
08:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
05:403h30
Milan Centrale
09:10Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
05:403h39
Milan Centrale
09:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
05:454h50
Milan Centrale
10:35Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
05:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
09:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
06:003h10
Milan Centrale
09:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
06:103h39
Milan Centrale
09:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
06:153h09
Milan Centrale
09:24Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
06:262h58
Milan Rogoredo
09:24Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
06:352h59
Milan Centrale
09:34Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
06:403h39
Milan Centrale
10:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
06:403h29
Milan Centrale
10:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
06:453h05
Milan Centrale
09:50Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
06:453h15
Milan Centrale
10:00Rome Termini
0 changes
Regionale
06:5010h57
Milan Centrale
17:47Rome Termini
1 change
Frecciarossa
07:003h11
Milan Centrale
10:11Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
07:103h39
Milan Centrale
10:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
07:153h10
Milan Centrale
10:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
07:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
10:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
07:303h10
Milan Centrale
10:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
08:003h10
Milan Centrale
11:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
08:103h39
Milan Centrale
11:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
08:153h10
Milan Centrale
11:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
08:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
11:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
08:303h10
Milan Centrale
11:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
08:403h39
Milan Centrale
12:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
08:403h29
Milan Centrale
12:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Frecciarossa
08:483h47
Milan Porta Garibaldi
12:35Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
08:583h12
Milan Centrale
12:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
09:103h39
Milan Centrale
12:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
09:153h10
Milan Centrale
12:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Intercity
09:2010h37
Milan Centrale
19:57Rome Termini
1 change
Intercity
09:2010h35
Milan Centrale
19:55Rome Termini
2 changes
Italo
09:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
12:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
09:352h59
Milan Centrale
12:34Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
09:403h39
Milan Centrale
13:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
09:403h29
Milan Centrale
13:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Frecciarossa
09:483h47
Milan Porta Garibaldi
13:35Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
09:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
13:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
09:583h12
Milan Centrale
13:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
10:103h39
Milan Centrale
13:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
10:153h10
Milan Centrale
13:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
10:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
13:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
10:403h29
Milan Centrale
14:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
10:403h39
Milan Centrale
14:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Intercity
10:5010h10
Milan Centrale
21:00Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
10:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
14:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
10:583h12
Milan Centrale
14:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
11:103h39
Milan Centrale
14:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
11:153h10
Milan Centrale
14:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
11:253h18
Milan Centrale
14:43Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
11:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
14:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
11:403h39
Milan Centrale
15:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
11:403h29
Milan Centrale
15:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
11:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
15:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
11:583h12
Milan Centrale
15:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
12:103h39
Milan Centrale
15:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
12:203h05
Milan Centrale
15:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
12:292h56
Milan Rogoredo
15:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
12:403h29
Milan Centrale
16:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
12:403h39
Milan Centrale
16:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
12:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
16:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
13:003h15
Milan Centrale
16:15Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
13:103h39
Milan Centrale
16:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Intercity
13:2010h17
Milan Centrale
23:37Rome Termini
2 changes
Italo
13:203h05
Milan Centrale
16:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
13:292h56
Milan Rogoredo
16:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
13:303h10
Milan Centrale
16:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
13:403h29
Milan Centrale
17:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
13:403h39
Milan Centrale
17:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
13:583h12
Milan Centrale
17:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
14:103h39
Milan Centrale
17:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
14:303h10
Milan Centrale
17:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
14:403h39
Milan Centrale
18:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
14:403h29
Milan Centrale
18:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Frecciarossa
14:483h47
Milan Porta Garibaldi
18:35Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
15:003h10
Milan Centrale
18:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
15:103h39
Milan Centrale
18:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Intercity
15:108h43
Milan Centrale
23:53Rome Termini
1 change
Italo
15:153h10
Milan Centrale
18:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
15:253h15
Milan Centrale
18:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
15:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
18:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
15:403h29
Milan Centrale
19:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
15:403h39
Milan Centrale
19:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
15:483h47
Milan Porta Garibaldi
19:35Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
15:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
19:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
16:003h10
Milan Centrale
19:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
16:103h39
Milan Centrale
19:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
16:153h10
Milan Centrale
19:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
16:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
19:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
16:303h10
Milan Centrale
19:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
16:403h29
Milan Centrale
20:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
16:403h39
Milan Centrale
20:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
16:483h47
Milan Porta Garibaldi
20:35Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
16:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
20:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
16:583h12
Milan Centrale
20:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
17:103h40
Milan Centrale
20:50Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
17:153h10
Milan Centrale
20:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
17:262h59
Milan Rogoredo
20:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
17:352h59
Milan Centrale
20:34Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
17:403h29
Milan Centrale
21:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
17:403h39
Milan Centrale
21:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
17:453h04
Milan Centrale
20:49Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
17:453h15
Milan Centrale
21:00Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
17:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
21:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
18:003h10
Milan Centrale
21:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
18:103h39
Milan Centrale
21:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
18:203h05
Milan Centrale
21:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
18:292h56
Milan Rogoredo
21:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
18:303h10
Milan Centrale
21:40Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
18:403h29
Milan Centrale
22:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
18:403h39
Milan Centrale
22:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
18:453h15
Milan Centrale
22:00Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
18:453h04
Milan Centrale
21:49Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Frecciarossa
19:003h10
Milan Centrale
22:10Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
19:103h55
Milan Centrale
23:05Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
19:352h59
Milan Centrale
22:34Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
19:403h39
Milan Centrale
23:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
19:403h29
Milan Centrale
23:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Italo
19:503h29
Milan Rogoredo
23:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
20:103h39
Milan Centrale
23:49Rome Termini
0 changes
Frecciarossa
20:352h50
Milan Centrale
23:25Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
20:403h39
Milan Centrale
00:19Rome Termini
0 changes
Italo
20:403h29
Milan Centrale
00:09Rome Tiburtina
0 changes
Intercity
21:108h33
Milan Centrale
05:43Rome Ostiense
1 change
Intercity Notte
21:358h18
Milan Porta Garibaldi
05:53Rome Tiburtina
0 changes

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Train times from Milan to Rome

Showing times and prices for 16 Jul

Fastest Journey

2 h 50 m

Average

3 h 46 m

Trains per day

127

Distance

477 km

Of the 127 trains that leave Milan for Rome every day 121 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
Frecciarossa
20:352h50
Milan Centrale
23:25Rome Termini
£901One-way
0 changes
2nd Fastest
Italo
12:292h56
Milan Rogoredo
15:25Rome Termini
£851One-way
0 changes
2nd Fastest
Italo
18:292h56
Milan Rogoredo
21:25Rome Termini
£851One-way
0 changes
2nd Fastest
Italo
13:292h56
Milan Rogoredo
16:25Rome Termini
£851One-way
0 changes
Italo
06:262h58
Milan Rogoredo
09:24Rome Termini
£851One-way
0 changes

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My journey from Milan to Rome turned out to be excellent. I thought the price was very good. The staff were very friendly and always attended to the needs of their guests. Great attention was paid to hygiene. The toilets and seats were very well maintained. However, there were several transfers which made the journey more difficult. Unfortunately, the train arrived too late in Rome. In addition, the noise level was not adequate. All in all, a good journey.
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I was thoroughly and positively surprised by the journey. I found the sanitary facilities and the train to be fantastically clean and hygienic. In addition, all the passengers were very relaxed, which made for excellent comfort. On the subject of comfort, I must mention that the benches were also very comfortable. The price-performance ratio was optimal. I give the trip 5 stars.
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My train journey from Milan to Rome was quite interesting. The good comfort and thus the very comfortable seats and the good legroom were very pleasant. I was able to sleep very well on this journey. The staff were also very nice throughout the journey. There was also very good food on offer. This was perhaps relatively expensive, but as the ticket price was already so high, this was to be expected. The modern facilities, i.e. good internet and power sockets were also available. The only bad things were the hygiene in the toilets, the many unnecessary stops where nobody got on or off and, as already mentioned, the expensive ticket and the expensive prices for the food. Despite this, it is a recommended method of travelling.
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I was absolutely delighted with the journey. It was very pleasant that I didn't have to change trains and that the train was on time. I was able to watch a film during the journey as the wifi was working. But the biggest plus point for me is the value for money, because it's really unbeatable.
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My journey from Milan to Rome was very fascinating. The price of the ticket was very fair for the long distance. The train also arrived in Rome on time. The wifi connection was surprisingly very stable, fast and efficient. This allowed me to stay productive during the journey by working on my laptop. Unfortunately, however, there were several transfers that made the journey more difficult and time-consuming. The noise level was not ideal and rather annoying. No attention was paid to hygiene at all, as the toilets and seats were not well maintained, clean and hygienic. But overall a great trip for at least the very good price!
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The train had wifi and power sockets. I was able to charge my mobile phone during the journey. The seats were comfortable and the train was very quiet. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hygiene was also good. The toilets were clean. You arrived at your destination on time.
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My journey from Milan to Rome was amazingly good as the price was very reasonable and good value. Also, the staff was very friendly and polite. They listened to their customers' concerns and interests first and then clarified them. The train also arrived in Rome on time and the seats were very cosy and comfortable. However, the noise level on the train was not optimal and only minimal attention was paid to hygiene, as the toilets were not clean and well-maintained. Unfortunately, I had to change trains several times, which made the journey more difficult as I had to change trains all the time. But overall it was a great journey!
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The journey from Milan to Rome was very relaxed because the train was on time, I didn't have to change trains and the train travelled very quietly. The only negative thing was that when I was asleep, the ticket inspector got a bit angry when I didn't answer immediately. Otherwise everything was great and highly recommended
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Firstly, I would like to say that the staff were really friendly when I had questions. They helped me with a problem. In terms of cleanliness and hygiene, I couldn't find anything negative either. The price-performance ratio was also very good. Punctuality was also a top priority. As a result, I left and arrived on time. I recommend the train connection.
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The journey was very nice. The train was on time to the minute. Everything was kept very clean and all the staff were very friendly. The price of the ticket was reasonable. There was good network. To summarise, I give the journey 5 stars and recommend it.
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I can only recommend it from my experience! Always on time or only very little if late. The train was clean and tidy, sometimes a bit old on the outside, but all good on the inside. The only thing is that sometimes there are only plastic seats, which are not exactly comfortable. I had wifi on some trains, but not all, but charging facilities on all. But my favourite thing about Italy is the prices for the train journeys.
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My journey from Milan to Rome was great! The price was excellent and surprisingly fair. The staff were extremely friendly and polite to their guests. The volume on the train was also reasonable. However, the wifi connection on the train was not very efficient and was rather slow. For example, I was unable to make phone calls. Unfortunately, only minimal consideration was given to hygiene, which is why the toilets were not clean and the train did not arrive in Rome on time. All in all, a good journey!
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A very good alternative to the car, in my opinion even better, as it is much more relaxed than travelling by car. Everything was perfect on this journey, because the train was on time, I didn't have to change trains, the train was well cleaned, with good hygiene. The train was also very well equipped with everything I needed, such as wifi, charging facilities and toilets. A wonderful journey, always a pleasure.
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The train staff were very friendly to me and I chatted to the conductor. The journey itself was also great. The seats were good and I had no problems with them the whole journey. The toilet was easy to use and we were on time. I didn't change trains.
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The very simple and easy online booking convinced me and I had no problems. I was also very impressed that my ticket was very reasonably priced and that I was able to find and book a ticket where I didn't have to change trains and was therefore able to arrive at my destination very quickly. I liked the very good and perfectly functioning wifi. But the toilets were dirty.
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Despite the slight delay to the train, I was able to reach my destination very quickly and didn't have to change trains. I was able to book my ticket quite easily and without any problems. The ticket was also very reasonably priced. I was able to use the free wifi to watch films online without any problems. The train journey was very comfortable as the seats were very cosy and the toilets were very clean.
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I really liked the fact that I was able to book my ticket online very easily for my journey from Milan to Rome without any problems. What I liked best was that I didn't have to change trains to reach my destination in a very short time. However, I found it a pity that I couldn't buy my ticket very cheaply. The wifi worked perfectly and the toilets were very clean.

Overview: Train from Milan to Rome

distanceDistance296 miles
durationAverage train duration2 h 50 min
priceAverage train ticket price£54 (€61)
frequencyTrain frequency25 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 25 direct trains a day
carriersTrain providersItalo, Frecciarossa, Intercity Notte, Intercity, Frecciabianca or Regionale

Trains from Milan to Rome cover the 296 miles long route taking on average 2 h 50 min with our travel partners like Italo, Frecciarossa, Intercity Notte, Intercity, Frecciabianca or Regionale. Normally, there are 25 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this trip for as low as £25, but the average price of train tickets is £54. Travellers depart most frequently from Milan Centrale and arrive in Rome Termini.

Train providers: Italo, Frecciarossa and Intercity Notte trains Milan to Rome

For as little as £25 you can travel by train between Milan and Rome with Italo, Frecciarossa and Intercity Notte. Omio will show you the best deals, timetables and tickets available for this route.

Intercity Notte is an Italian train service operated by Trenitalia. It runs overnight services between major cities in Italy, making it a great option for travelers looking to save time and money. The Intercity Notte offers two types of trains: the Frecciarossa Notte and the Frecciargento Notte. The Frecciarossa Notte is the fastest train, with speeds of up to 300 km/h, while the Frecciargento Notte is slightly slower but still offers a comfortable journey. Both trains offer a range of onboard facilities, including comfortable seating, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. Trenitalia offers a range of ticket types, including Standard, Comfort, and Business. Standard tickets are the most affordable, while Comfort and Business tickets offer additional benefits such as priority boarding and access to the lounge. The most popular routes for Intercity Notte are Rome to Milan, Rome to Venice, and Milan to Venice. These routes offer travelers the chance to explore some of Italy's most iconic cities in a convenient and comfortable way.

Milan to Rome train information with Intercity Notte:

  • Average Duration: 6 h 40 min
  • Cheapest Price: £25

Trains from Milan to Rome

There are many trains that travel from Milan to Rome every day. Trains depart multiple times an hour from Milan Centrale train station. The journey time ranges, depending on how many stops you may have, whether you need to change trains, and what station you arrive at. The quickest route takes around 2h 59min. This journey also has no changes and arrives at Rome Termini train station. The average journey time ranges between 3h 15min and 3h 40min.

Milan to Rome Train Time: Daily Departures

Trains from Milan to Rome depart around seven to eight times an hour on average. There are generally more trains during rush hours. There are fewer trains before 6:00 a.m. and after 10:00 p.m. The day’s first train departs at around 5:40 a.m. from Milan Centrale train station. This train takes around 3h 39min to reach Rome Termini train station. If you choose this route, it is also good to know that you will not need to change trains. The last train departs from Milan Rogoredo train station at around 10:27 p.m. and takes around 7h 26min to reach Rome Tiburtina train station. This route includes one change at the Parma train station. The last fast train leaves from Milan Centrale train station at approximately 8:15 p.m. and takes around 3h 39min to reach Rome Termini train station. This journey does not include any changes.

How long is the journey by train from Milan to Rome?

The journey time from Milan to Rome ranges depending on which train station you depart from and arrive at, how many stops and changes you have. The quickest trains take around 2h 59min to reach Rome from Milan. These trains depart at approximately 6:35 a.m. and 5:35 p.m. from Milan Centrale train station. These trains are direct and arrive at Rome Termini train station. Trenitalia runs trains on this route. The fastest train routes are made by Frecciarossa trains, which are high-speed trains that operate throughout Italy. Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori operates other high-speed trains.

Arch of Peace and tramway in Milan. Source: Shutterstock

What are the departure and arrival stations for trains from Milan to Rome?

Departure train station: Milan Centrale, Milan Rogoredo, Milano S. Cristoforo, Milan Porta Garibaldi, and Milano Lambrate are the departure train stations in Milan. Most trains depart from Milan Centrale train station. The slower trains depart from all other Milan train stations. Milan Centrale train station is around 2.5 miles (4 km) from the city centre. The best way to get to the train station from the city centre is by taking the metro. You can get on metro line 3 from Duomo metro station, from here you will go directly to Milan Centrale. The whole journey should take around 15mins. Milan Centrale train station is the main train station in Milan, and there are many great facilities located here. Some of the facilities at this train station include cafés, restaurants, waiting areas, shops, and a post office.

Arrival train station: Rome Termini, Rome Tiburtina, and Rome Ostiense are the arrival train stations in Rome. Most trains arrive at Rome Termini train station. Trains that arrive at Rome Tiburtina and Rome Ostiense train stations are generally slower. Rome Termini train station is close to the city centre, only around 0.3 miles (0.45 km) away. To get to the city centre from the train station can be done by walking, taking the train or bus. You can get on the metro line MEA from Repubblica train station if you want to take the train. This journey will take you around 4min. Some of the facilities at Rome Termini train station include cafés, restaurants, car hire, shops, waiting areas, and bathrooms.

Which train companies travel from Milan to Rome?

A couple of train companies operate routes from Milan to Rome. These train companies include Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori and Trenitalia. If you travel using Trenitalia, there are different trains you may use for your journey. If you use a Frecciarossa train, you will be on one of their high-speed trains. This company also operates using Intercity trains and Regionale trains – these trains generally mean your journey time will be longer. Most trains from Milan to Rome use Trenitalia. It is good to know that Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori only operates direct routes between Milan and Rome. Trenitalia operates both direct and indirect routes between Milan and Rome.

Trenitalia trains from Milan to Rome

Most of the trains from Milan to Rome are operated by Trenitalia. This train company departs from Milan Centrale, Milan Milan Rogoredo, Milano S. Cristoforo, Milan Porta Garibaldi, and Milano Lambrate train stations. Trenitalia also has multiple arrival stations, including Rome Termini, Rome Tiburtina, and Rome Ostiense train stations. The journey duration for Trenitalia trains ranges between around 2h 59min and 11h 02min. Trains from this company range between high-speed and intercity trains.

Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori trains from Milan to Rome

Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori operates multiple trains a day from Milan to Rome. On average, this train provider operates from two to three trips an hour. All trains from this company depart from Milan Centrale train station and arrive at Rome Termini train station. The duration of your travels will range between around 3h 05min and 3h 39min. All the trains that are operated on this route are high-speed trains. There are also no changes in the route provided by Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori.

Train Milan to Rome: Services on Board

There are many services on board that you can enjoy from Milan to Rome. If you choose to take a Frecciarossa train, you will have access to dining facilities, bathrooms, plug points, onboard entertainment, and you can bring your pet on board with you. If you take any of the other Trenitalia trains, there may be the option of food; however, this does different from train to train. These trains also have bathrooms and plug points for your devices. On Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori trains, you can enjoy a great range of food options from their catering company. This train provider also has wifi on board, bathrooms, and plug points for your devices. If you take one of the high-speed trains for both companies, you will have the options of first-class and economy class. You will be able to travel with your bicycle on each provider if it is a folding bike; if not, specific trains have their allowances. For those with disabilities, dedicated staff members can assist you onto and off the train. It is also possible to get a staff member to help you around the train station. You can ask a staff member to help you on the day, or you can call ahead. Calling ahead is advised if you also need help into the train station.

Night trains Rome

There are night trains from Milan to Rome. The latest train departs from Milan at around 10:27 p.m. and only arrives in Rome at approximately 5:53 a.m. in Rome. Other late trains depart from Milan at 10:22 p.m., 10:13 p.m., and 9:10 p.m.

Traveling by train: Sustainable journey

When it comes to sustainable travel, if you choose to travel with Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori, you will be travelling with a provider that cares about sustainable travel. This train company is aligned with the GRI Standards and has put together a three-year sustainability plan.

How to find cheap train tickets from Milan to Rome?

There are many ways to get cheap train tickets to Rome from Milan. One of the best ways to do this is to book well in advance. Train tickets always get more expensive closer to the departure date. Another great way to save some cash is by booking a slower train. Faster trains tend to be more expensive than slower ones. Being flexible with your travel dates is also advised, as some days of the week may be cheaper than others. Travelling during the middle of the day is also normally cheaper, as fewer people can travel during this time.

The pantheon in Rome at night. Source: Shutterstock

To Rome by train—travel tips

Rome is a fabulous holiday destination for all types of travellers. If you are heading to Rome for a historical trip, you should definitely see the Colosseum, since it is one of Rome’s most popular destinations. Another historical attraction in Rome is the Pantheon. Rome is also known for its ancient ruins. A popular site to visit includes the Roman Forum. Rome is filled with beautiful architecture. A great place to see the Roman architecture is a trip to the Trevi Fountain. If food is more your thing, you will find some of the best Italian food in Rome. Some of the best restaurants for traditional Italian food include Bono Bottega Nostrana - Piazza di Spagna, Er Pizzicarolo, and "DOC" Cruderia Bistrot.

  • Take a trip to the Vatican
  • Have Italian pizza next to the Colosseum
  • Go shopping at Via Condotti
  • Get historical at the Museo Palatino
  • Check out the monuments in St. Peter’s Basilica

Trenitalia: High-speed trains from Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport to Naples

Flying into Rome and looking for a quick and convenient connection to Naples? Trenitalia’s high-speed Frecciarossa trains get from Rome airport to Naples, the birthplace of the pizza, in around 1 h 50 min, covering a distance of 123 miles (198 km). Trenitalia’s high-speed trains make it quick and easy to get from Rome airport to Naples Centrale station in the city centre. Fly into Rome and hop on the train to your destination.

Trenitalia’s flagship Frecciarossa fleet operates the fastest trains from Rome to Naples. Engineered to run at an incredible 186 mph (300 km/h), they come equipped with spacious seats, WIFI, air-conditioning, plug sockets and an onboard bistro. Frecciarossa trains are sleekly designed, comfortable, fast and convenient. The high-speed rail service connecting Rome airport to Naples city centre is part of a wider enterprise to create quick connections between ‘smart’ airport hubs and Italian cities.

Trenitalia offers many more routes from international airports in Italy to major cities. Download the Omio app to find more information on Trenitalia trains around Italy. You’ll find the fastest routes, the latest timetable and options to book your tickets today.

FAQs: Milan to Rome train

FAQs: Travel by train from Milan to Rome easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Milan to Rome.
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Cheap train tickets from Milan to Rome can start from as little as £25 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Milan to Rome is £54; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
On average the Milan to Rome train travel time is 2 h 50 min   for the 296 mile long trip, but the duration can vary if you travel on weekends and holidays.
The first train from Milan to Rome leaves at 04: 50. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last train from Milan to Rome leaves at 21: 27.
Yes, there are 25 direct trains a day from Milan to Rome with Italo, Frecciarossa or Intercity Notte. Schedules can vary on holidays or weekends with fewer direct trains.
Yes, you can take a high-speed train from Milan to Rome with Italo, Frecciarossa or Frecciabianca. Overall you can travel with the following companies: Italo, Frecciarossa, Intercity Notte, Intercity, Frecciabianca or Regionale.
Take the Milan to Rome train with Italo, Frecciarossa, Intercity Notte, Intercity, Frecciabianca or Regionale. However, it's always good to check out all possible train companies for the trip between Milan and Rome as there might be differences in the amenities they offer.
Yes, you can take a night train from Milan to Rome with Intercity Notte. Find all the info regarding night trains in Europe.  

When departing from Milan, you have various train station options to start your trip from including Milan Centrale, Milan Rogoredo and Milan Porta Garibaldi. When arriving in Rome, you can end your route in train stations like Rome Termini, Rome Tiburtina and Rome Trastevere.

Passengers board the train most frequently from Milan Centrale, which is located around 2.3 miles (3.7 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Rome Termini, located 1.6 miles (2.6 km) away from the city centre.

A trip to Rome from Milan is worth doing but not as a day trip with a journey time of 2 h 50 min each way. Check with Omio app   the best way to travel.
The cheapest month to travel from Milan to Rome by train is May.
You have options as you can travel between Milan and Rome 3 different ways: train, coach or flight.

Important Stations and Airports in Milan and Rome

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Milan Centrale is the most popular Milan railway station for Omio travellers, but it's not the only one. Read all the information you need to know about the main train stations in Milan for your journey to Rome.
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Metro lines: M2 (green), M3 (yellow)
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Bus lines: 5, 9, 10, 42, 81, 87, 152, 728, N26, NM2, NM3, Air Bus, Orio Shuttle
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Rome Termini is the most popular Rome train station for Omio travellers, but Rome has quite a few train hubs. Find all the information you need to know about the main railway stations in Rome for your journey from Milan.
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Train lines: FR, FA, IC, REG, FL1, FL2, FL3

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