When it comes to cultural wonders and artistic marvels, all roads lead to Rome! Roma (or Rome) is the beautiful Italian capital, famous for its countless attractions and historical heritage, making it an absolute must for anyone looking to indulge in a cultural getaway in one of Italy's most enchanting destinations. What's more, this city is also a cosmopolitan centre, ensuring visitors from all over the globe have always something to enjoy when they visit. And, getting there is very simple, thanks to a good rail network and low-cost train tickets.
Rome is well connected to the major Italian cities by regional and high-speed trains. Roma Termini is the main station of the capital, providing regional, national and international connections. Trains to Rome from Naples take approximately 1 hour, from Florence 1h30 mins, while the journey from Venice takes less than 4 hours.
Direct services are provided by Trenitalia, through the famous Frecciarossa and Frecciargento, and by Italo, thanks to their new high-speed trains, allowing people to travel in the city and in the city in a fast, easy and comfortable way.
Besides Termini, Rome's other main stations are Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense. From all three stations it's possible to reach the two main airports (Fiumicino and Ciampino) as well as the Civitavecchia harbour.