Train Paris → Rome
Duration 11:14 - From NT$4,534
- Departure station : Paris gare lyon (Place Louis Armand 75571 Paris cedex 12)
- Arrival station : Roma ostiense (Piazzale dei Partigiani, 25-36 154 Rome)
Roma termini (Via Giovanni Giolitti, 4-6 185 Rome)
Your travel by train from Paris to Roma
The journey by train from Paris to Rome takes about 11 hours. The journey takes place on board a TGV France-Italy and a Frecciarossa, both of which are high speed trains. There is a connection either in Milan or Torino.
Paris Gare de Lyon, is a train station located in Paris, the capital of France. It is one of the most important train stations in France. Paris Gare de Lyon is well connected to public transportations and is easily accessible. Roma Termini, is a train station located in Rome. It is one of the major train stations in Rome.
For a single return trip from Paris to Rome, a point to point ticket is the best value for money and the cheapest train ticket. Best prices are available when buying the train ticket well in advance. For extensive train travel, a rail pass including France and Italy is a better choice.
Visit Paris and discover other popular train journeys
Paris is one of the most visited cities of France. The French capital is the preferred destination for most travellers visiting Europe. When in Paris, you can have a day trip to visit the famous Disney Land which is about 45 minutes away from the city centre. You can take the suburban train, line A, in the direction of Marne La Vallée – Chessy. You can take the train to reach Disney land at the following stations in Paris: Châtelet, Paris Gare de Lyon, Nation or Vincennes.
From Rome, travellers can take the train to reach other cities and regions of Italy.
Book your journey from Paris to Rome From NT$4,534 NT$1,012
Reviews & ratings
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"Taking a sleeper train or the long journey from Paris to Rome was less comfortable than I expected. The worst part was the toilet experience. The only way to describe it is disgusting. The toilets did not have a seat. Under normal circumstances that is fine but on a train that is rocking from side to side, trying to crouch can be difficult. This resulted in urine all over the floor. The toilet paper had also run out and there were no hand towels. The bed in the sleeper car was fairly comfortable and the temperature was good despite the intense heat outside. Make sure you bring food with you on the train as the meals available on the train should be used strictly for emergencies only. "
"I was travelling with my elderly parents and two boys. My younger one is less than two years old so need not pay for the ride and not allocated a seat. We were allocated 4 seats/couchettes in a cabin that can accomadate 6 persons. To our surprise, another 2 persons were also assigned to the cabin. In view of so many people in the cabin, the ride was not that comfortable. The couchettes is so narrow, you can hardly toss around while sleeping alone, let alone with a baby by your side. The train was quite old, making a lot of noise while travelling and kind of shaky. Last but not least, some toilet is not well-maintained, the flushing system is spoiled. "
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"During overnight journey, toilet flush did not work inthe toilet. Dinner items were not adequate. And that too finished early. Self being handicapped, help with luggage was not readily available. Rest were ok "