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Turin to Rome by train

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Turin to Rome by train

Dear all,

I would like to ask for your advice.

I will be in Italy mid April. I plan to travel by train from Turin to Rome. Can you advice how can I buy train ticket for this route? Is there any website to book online?

What is train station name in Turin and in Rome?

This is my first time in Italy/EU. Hope to receive your advice.

Thank you.

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1. Re: Turin to Rome by train

For the best prices, book now. Tickets for April went on sale in December, and by now the cheapest tickets will have sold out on many trains.

Book with www.trenitalia.com clicking on the UK flag to change to English and looking for trains from Torino (Tutti le stazione) to Roma Termini.

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2. Re: Turin to Rome by train

Torino Porta Nuova or Porta Susa (the same trains stop at both) to Roma Termini, www.trenitalia.com.

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3. Re: Turin to Rome by train

The competing company http://www.italotreno.it/en goes from Torino Porta Susa to Roma Tiburtina (and a few to Roma Ostiense).

Trenitalia trains also call at Roma Tiburtina on their way to Roma Termini.

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