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from Pisa to Rome

You can get from Pisa to Rome by train, bus or flight.

Our recommendation

To get from Pisa to Rome on 18 Oct we recommend taking a bus because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

15:55Pisa, Autostazione Via Pietrasantina5h20 21:15Rome
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£151One-way
Cheapest
19:00Pisa, Autostazione Via Pietrasantina5h20 00:20Rome
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£131One-way
Other options
07:45Pisa, Autostazione Via Pietrasantina5h15 13:00Roma, Autostazione Tiburtina
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£161One-way
19:55Pisa, Autostazione Via Pietrasantina8h50 04:45Roma, Autostazione Tiburtina
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£471One-way

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COMPARE Prices for trains, buses and flights

Sun
17 Oct
£21Regionale
£13Itabus
Mon
18 Oct
£21Regionale
£11Itabus
Tue
19 Oct
£19Intercity
£11Itabus
Wed
20 Oct
£19Intercity
£10Itabus
Thu
21 Oct
£21Regionale
£7Itabus
Fri
22 Oct
£21Regionale
£10Itabus
Sat
23 Oct
£18Intercity
£11Itabus
Sun
24 Oct
£19Intercity Notte
£14Marino Autolinee
Mon
25 Oct
£18Intercity
£7Flixbus
Tue
26 Oct
£18Intercity
£7Itabus
Wed
27 Oct
£18Intercity
£7Itabus
Thu
28 Oct
£13Intercity
£7Flixbus
Fri
29 Oct
£19Intercity
£13Itabus
Sat
30 Oct
£21Regionale
£11Itabus
Sun
31 Oct
£18Intercity
£10Itabus
Mon
1 Nov
£18Intercity
£11Itabus
Tue
2 Nov
£19Intercity
£13Itabus
Wed
3 Nov
£13Intercity
£10Itabus
Thu
4 Nov
£13Intercity
£4Itabus
Fri
5 Nov
£18Intercity Notte
£7Flixbus
Sat
6 Nov
£13Intercity
£4Itabus

How to Travel from Pisa to Rome

Traveling from Pisa to Rome is simple and shouldn't take more than 3 or 4 hours, whether you take a bus or train. The fastest way to travel in Italy is by a Trenitalia express, which takes just over 2 hours, but there are coaches that don't take much longer. Be sure to check both the bus and train schedules before traveling, as some services are significantly slower than others.

What is the best way to travel from Pisa to Rome?

Cheapest way to travel from Pisa to Rome

Taking the bus is the cheapest way to travel from Pisa to Rome. Coaches traveling from Pisa to Rome depart from Pisa's Autostazione Via Pietrasantina and take just over 5 hours to arrive at Rome's Tiburtina bus station. Between 2-5 coaches travel from Pisa to Rome to Pisa per day. Bus companies that travel from Pisa to Rome include Baltour and Flixbus. Ridesharing services like BlaBlaCar also frequently offer trips from Pisa to Rome. Rideshares often travel from Pisa to Rome more frequently than coaches.


Fastest way to travel from Pisa to Rome

Taking the train is the fastest way to travel from Pisa to Rome. Trains traveling from Pisa to Rome depart from Pisa Centrale train station and take as little as 2 hours to arrive at either Rome's Termini, Tiburtina, or Ostiense train station when traveling on a high-speed train. Over 50 trains travel from Pisa to Rome every day, with the earliest train departing Pisa at 1:41 a.m. All trains that travel from Pisa to Rome are operated by Trenitalia with a variety of train types available. Some trains traveling from Pisa to Rome require a transfer in Florence.

Most popular way to travel from Pisa to Rome

Taking the train is the most popular way to travel from Pisa to Rome. Traveling from Pisa to Rome by high-speed train is approximately 3 hours faster than taking the bus. Trains are also only €18 more expensive than coaches on average. Rome and Pisa are located too close together to make flying a prudent option. Coaches remain an attractive option.