You can get from Birmingham to Rome by train, bus or flight.
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|Distance||990 miles (1596 km)|
|Available travel modes||Flight|
|Fastest mode||Flight • £179 • 8 h 50 min|
|Popular travel companies||Air France|
Take a flight to travel 990 miles (1596 km) from Birmingham to Rome. Air France is the main travel provider operating this route. Travellers can even take a direct from Birmingham to Rome.
While Rome is famous for the Vatican City, it is also popular for its great architecture and rich culture. To make a trip from Birmingham to Rome, a traveller can use the bus, train or take a flight. A flight is both the fastest and cheapest way to travel to Rome from Birmingham.
Train: The train does not complete the journey to Rome but it reaches Derby, Railway Station (Rail) from where the traveller can get to East Midlands (EMA) for a flight to Rome Ciampino (CIA), Rome. It takes an estimated six hours and fifteen minutes for the journey.
Bus: The bus service is run by National Express. It takes an estimated thirty three hours and fifteen minutes to complete the journey, including a two-hour transfer. There are three changes along the way, with stops at London Victoria Station and Paris Gallieni. Every hour, there is a bus leaving the departure station, Birmingham Coach station and it arrives at Roma, Autostazione Tiburtina.
Flight: A flight from Birmingham to Rome would take an estimated thirteen hours including a two-hour transfer. The departure station is Birmingham (BHX) while the arrival station is Rome (FCO). There are several companies running the service on this route and they include British Airways and Brussels Airlines.
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