|Trains arrive in||Rome|
|Trains depart from||Milan|
The first service from Milan to Rome departs at 6:27 a.m., with the last train departing at 7:54 p.m. All services are direct and run twice an hour with Italo. Weekend services are more frequent, with TrenItalia also offering services between Milan and Rome around once an hour.
An average meal in a restaurant in Rome costs 7.9% less than in Milan.
Prices in Rome are on average 2% lower than in Milan.
Public transport in Rome costs roughly the same as it does in Milan.
A night in a hotel in Rome is about 20.8% less expensive than in Milan.
Most trains from Milan to Rome depart from Milano Rogoredo station, which is located just short of five miles south-east of the city centre. Metro line M3 serves Milano Rogoredo station, with services operating every five minutes throughout the week until late. Metro journeys from the city centre to Milano Rogoredo take around twelve minutes. Taxi services also run between the city centre and Milano Rogoredo, with an average journey time of around ten minutes.
The capital of Italy, Rome is a modern, cosmopolitan city that also has a proud history. Home to ancient ruins such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, Rome is also a brilliant place to shop, with several streets surrounding Piazza di Spagna brimming with all the biggest and best designer and high street names. Trains from Milan to Rome arrive at Tiburtina station, which is situated around three miles north-east of the city centre. The subway service from Tiburtina runs every ten minutes to the city centre throughout the week until late, with a typical journey taking just under ten minutes.