The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
The average ticket from Turin to Rome will cost around £ 77 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only £ 48.
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Of the 74 trains that leave Turin for Rome every day 68 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
These direct trains cover the 524 km distance in an average of 5 h 8 m but if you time it right, some trains will get you there in just 4 h 15 m .
The slowest trains will take 11 h 6 m and usually involve a change or two along the way, but you might be able to save a few pennies if you’re on a budget.
|Distance||324 miles (523 km)|
|Average train duration||6 h 43 min|
|Average train ticket price||£45 (€51)|
|Train frequency||16 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 16 direct trains a day|
|Train companies||Italo, Intercity, Intercity Notte, Trenitalia, Frecciabianca, Regionale Veloce or Frecciarossa|
Trains from Turin to Rome cover the 324 miles (523 km) long journey taking on average 6 h 43 min with our travel partners like Italo, Intercity, Intercity Notte, Trenitalia, Frecciabianca, Regionale Veloce or Frecciarossa. Normally, there are 16 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £45, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £41. Travellers depart most frequently from Torino Porta Nuova and arrive in Roma Termini.
For as little as £41 you can travel by train from Turin to Rome with Italo, Trenitalia and Frecciarossa. Omio will show you the best deals, timetables and tickets available for this trip.
Italo is a brand of high-speed trains operated by the Italian train company Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV). Its fleet of trains includes the Italo AGV 575, the premier high-speed service reaching speeds up to 186 mph (300 km/h), and the Italo EVO, an eco-friendly train that can reach a maximum speed of 150 mph (250 km/h). Italo offers four different class options, but each train carriage is modernly equipped with a high level of comfort. You can choose between the Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive classes. Standard services in all Italo trains include toilets, free WiFi, power outlets, reclining leather seats, footrests, snack machines and Italo Live (free onboard entertainment featuring a selection of movies, music and games). Italo offers three types of fares with different prices and flexibility: Low Cost, Economy, and Flex.
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If you're planning on taking a train from Turin to Rome, you'll be glad to know there are several daily options available. You'll have the choice of departing from two different stations in Turin, Porta Nuova and Porta Susa. There are also two station options in Rome, Termini and Tiburtina. The more frequent trips between the two destinations depart from Porta Nuova and arrive at Rome Termini but there are numerous trains travelling between the other two stations or from Porto Nuova to Tiburtina. These trips start as early as around 05:50 a.m. each morning and travel until late in the evening. There are a minimum of 12 trains per day but can be as many as 40 and more. You'll have the choice of direct trains or connecting one, though these trips don't often have more than one changeover en route.
You'll find at least 12 trains operating daily, though during the week there are as many as 40 trains departing every day. The first train typically leaves around 05:50 a.m. each morning and from around 06:00 a.m. until the last train departs at approximately 08:50 p.m., there are a couple of trains travelling between the two cities every hour. The more common trip is a train from Turin Porta Nuova station to Rome Termini station, with close to 20 trains travelling this route each day.
Your travel time from Turin to Rome largely depends on the route you're taking. If you're travelling on a direct train from Porto Nuova to Termini on one of the high_speed trains, your journey will typically take close to 4h 30min. Taking a train with multiple changeovers will usually take close to 11h, depending on the length of the changeovers, while a trip with a single changeover along the way is likely to take closer to 8h. The Trenitalia Intercity trains are usually slower than the high_speed trains and a direct trip from Nuova to Tiburtina can take as long as 10h without a changeover en route. Your average time for a direct train between the two cities is around 4h 30min.
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Departure train station: When travelling by train from Turin to Rome, you'll have the choice of departing from two different stations. Turin Porta Nuova train station is the city's main trains station terminus and operates the more frequent travel options between these two destinations. Nuova is also a more central station and typically where trains within Italy will start from when travelling between Turin and Rome. Porta Susa is a through station with underground platforms with modern glass and steel throughout the station. There aren't many facilities at the station but it does have various retail and food outlets. Porta Nuova is easily accessible via trains, buses, and taxis, and has a variety of amenities at the station including ticket offices, toilets, shops, and eateries.
Arrival train station: When taking a train from Turin to Rome, you'll have the choice of two stations within Rome. The first, and typically the better option, is Rome Termini, which is the main train station serving the city and is located in the city centre. the station is easily accessible through public transport. It's connected to the rest of the city via the Metro and regional trains, as well as taxis and buses that can be found outside the station. Rome Tiburtina is located further northeast of the city and considerably further away from the city centre and access to public transport. Rome Termini is a popular station with a variety of amenities designed to make your trip as comfortable as possible. These include various eateries and outlets throughout the main building, a minimarket close by, luggage storage facilities, Free Wi_Fi, accessible toilets, ticketing offices, ATMs, and much more.
When travelling from Turin to Rome via train, there will be one of two train companies operating your train. Trenitalia or Italo. Italo provides high_speed trains operating a direct route from Turin Porta Nuova to Rome Termini, while Trenitalia operates the InterCity link that travels from either Porta Nuova or Porta Susa to Rome Termini or Rome Tiburtina. Trenitalia also operates the high_speed Frecciarossa which operates from either station in Turin to either station in Rome but is usually considerably faster than any of the InterCity links. The majority of the Frecciarossa trains travel direct, though there are a few with a single changeover en route.
Trenitalia is the more common train operator when it comes to trains from Turin to Rome and provides close to 20 trains per day on any given day. Trenitalia operates a long_distance InterCity train that typically requires a couple of changeovers en route and takes a fair bit longer than the high_speed trains. The Frecciarossa train is a Trenitalia high_speed train operating throughout Italy and provides the faster of the two options between Turin and Rome.
Italo provides the less frequent high_speed trains from Turin to Rome, but Italo trains only travel between Turin Porta Nuova and Rome Termini with a direct route. These trips are typically some of the quickest options available alongside the direct high_speed trains offered by Trenitalia.
When travelling via train between Turin and Rome, you'll be able to choose between first and second_class tickets. First_class doesn't provide any extras in terms of luggage allowance but you will have more comfortable seats, foldable tables, and access to beverages and snacks if they're on board. You'll be allowed to travel with up to two small pets free of charge provides they're in a suitable pet carrier. bear in mind that travelling with a bicycle, especially non_foldable bikes, is subject to availability and it's recommended that you call ahead to book a space. All train providers offer assistance to those with disabilities but require that you notify them of your needs 48 hours in advance.
All trains leaving after 07:30 p.m. will be night trains. These are the InterCity Notte trains operated by Trenitalia.
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstockhough these Intercity night trains are slower than their counterparts, they're also more comfortable and offer the chance to save on hotel costs in Rome. These sleeper trains are a great way to travel from Turin to Rome and offer the utmost comfort to passengers.
Unless you're travelling by foot or by bicycle, taking a train is the most eco_friendly travel option available. If you were to ride the same route in a car or bus, you'd emit close to three times as much CO2 into the atmosphere. A plane would emit more than four times as much. Trains are also more eco_friendly in terms of noise pollution and efficient use of space.
There are several ways to find the cheapest tickets available. Start by searching on Omio, which offers a platform with consolidated information pulled from numerous online sources and presented on a single results page in your language of choice and offers the ability to filter according to price. The Omio Magazine also offers information on travelling efficiently. Travelling over weekends is usually more pricey and if you book your tickets in advance, you'll save on last_minute price hikes. Also, search with flexible dates to find the best deals available.
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Rome is the capital city of Italy and stands as one of the oldest and finest cities in the world. Rome's history goes back more than 2500 years and the city has been at the epicentre of everything from culture to politics to development. There are countless historical monuments to see, activities to indulge in, shopping to embark on, and food to consume throughout the city. Don't miss out on things like:
Some of the Turin train stations to Rome you can start your journey from include Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa and Torino Dora. Similarly, some of the arrival train stations in Rome include Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense.
When travelling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from Torino Porta Nuova and arriving in Roma Termini.
Passengers booking this route most frequently board their trains from Torino Porta Nuova and need to travel around 1.1 miles (1.8 km) from the city centre to get to this train station.
Passengers arriving in Rome most often arrive at Roma Termini and need to travel around 1.6 miles (2.6 km) from this train station to the city centre.
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