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www.omio.com/trains/rome/florence

The Florence-Rome high-speed line will take you from Rome to Florence. High-speed trains such as the Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, and the Italo operate on the ...

www.italyrailway.com/train-routes-florence-to-rome.html

Check the schedule, duration, price, and other details for Florence to Rome train route, plan the perfect itinerary, and enjoy worry-free train travel in ...

www.italotreno.it/en/destinations-timetable/rome-florence-tickets

It generally takes Italo trains 1 hours and 32 minutes to get to Florence from Rome though this depends on the date, time and day of the week. Check out train ...

www.italotreno.it/en/destinations-timetable/florence-tickets

High Speed Train from Florence to Bologna, Brescia, Milan, Naples, Padua, Reggio Emilia, Rome, Salerno, Turin, Venice, Verona. Book train tickets online.

www.planetware.com/italy/from-rome-to-florence-best-ways-to-get-there-i-1-85.htm

These modern trains travel between Rome and Florence at a speed of almost 300 kilometers per hour and ...

www.virail.com/train-florence-rome

How can I get the cheapest train tickets to travel from Florence to Rome? ... When you're traveling from Florence to Rome, you can expect to pay an average of ...

1map.com/routes/it-rome_to_it-florence

The trains from Rome to Florence depart from Roma Termini and arrive at Firenze S.M.N.. The railroad connecting two cities is about 169 miles. The trip lasts 2 ...

travelfoot.com/florence-to-rome

Jan 6, 2021 ... Yes. In fact, most of the train services that go from Florence to Rome will be of the high-speed variety. They leave at least hourly, but ...

www.seat61.com/frecciarossa.htm

A guide to Trenitalia's 'Frecciarossa' ETR500 high-speed trains between Turin, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome & Naples, now with 4 classes, Standard, ...

www.tripsavvy.com/getting-from-rome-to-florence-1547908

Feb 16, 2021 ... Thankfully, Rome and Florence are easily connected by the train and you can reach one from the other in under two hours. The bus takes more than ...

www.italiarail.com/pages/routes/florence-to-rome

Traveling by train from Florence to Rome is an easy and comfortable journey. The distance between the two cities is 162 miles and many high-speed trains ...