Final Destination: Mantova
This train also calls at: Roma Tiburtina and Modena
Heading to beautiful Mantova/Mantua from Rome by train has recently become a lot more straightforward due to the introduction of this direct train.
Though it is primarily aimed at business travellers, so is usually scheduled to depart daily from Roma Termini at around 19:25 and it doesn't arrive in Mantova until 23:03.
If you would rather arrive in Mantova/Mantua earlier, then seek out the journey options with only one change of train in Verona or Milano; though travelling via Verona is recommended.
1 x train per day
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings open: 4 months ahead of the travel date - usually
Enter 'Mantova' and not 'Mantua' as the destination if you will be looking up this journey on the Treniatlia website.
The ONLY direct daily train from Roma Termini to Mantova usually departs daily from Roma Termini at 19:25 and arrives in Mantova/Mantua at 23:03.
When looking up a train journey from Rome to Mantova on the ticket agent websites, most of the options will involve changing trains in Verona.
If you use the 'other search options' link on the Trenitalia's booking service home page, you can access the 'solutions without changing' facility, which will make this direct train easier to find.
Booking an indirect train:
If you want, or need, to arrive in Mantova/Mantua before the late evening, you will have to change trains.
The best option if you want to do this is to book one of the journey options with a total travel time of 4hr 30 mins, which involve changing trains in Verona.
Those options normally allow more than 45 mins to make the connection in Verona, so it should be a stress-free transfer
|Ticket Provider||Approximate Cost|
|Italia rail||from €19.90|
This train takes the high speed line between Roma and Bologna.
This train will reverse direction on departure from Firenze S.M. Novella station.
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