The view of Torino Porta Susa station from the  Piazza XVIII Decembre

How to travel from Rome to Turin by train on the fastest Frecce services

Share this journey with a friend...

Roma / Rome to Torino / Turin by train

A sequence of three high speed railways enables high speed trains to rush from Rome/Roma to Turin/Torino.
This high speed route is shared by 'Frecce' services operated by the national rail operator, Trenitalia, and competing Italo services.

For those who favor spectacular scenery over journey time, there is also the option to travel along a spectacular coastal route, though these non-high speed trains are inevitably much slower.

Routes you can take to go from Roma / Rome to Torino / Turin

When travelling between most cities by train there is only one logical option, though on other journeys there is a choice between different trains or alternative routes. If different options are available you can use the info to decide which is best for you.

Choose one of the following options:

Route Information

Option 1: taking the high speed Frecce trains operated by Trenitalia
Travel Time (approx)

4hr 9 min - 4hr 39min



Travel Info

11 x trains per day

Route Information

Option 2: taking the high speed Italo trains
Travel Time (approx)

4hr 35min - 4hr 44min



Travel Info

7 x trains per day

Route Information

Option 3; taking the Frecciabianca train

Route Information

Option 4: taking the Intercity train
Take the stress out of your journey Everything planned to your specification, so sit back and relax… Try Concierge

Please support ShowMeTheJourney

Help keep us advertising and paywall free!


This second version of ShowMeTheJourney is exciting and new, so we are genuinely thrilled that you are here and reading this, but we also need your help.

We’re striving not to let anything get in the way of providing the most useful service possible, hence a facility has been set up with DonorBox which can be used to support the running costs and make improvements.

Instead of advertising or paywalls, your financial support will make a positive difference to delivering an enhanced service, as there’s a lot of ideas which we want to make happen.

So if you have found the info provided here to be useful, please consider saying thank you.

See if there’s a unique journey guide for your trip, featuring info on the trains, tickets & stations.
Leaving From
Going To

This is one of more than 100 train travel guides available on ShowMeTheJourney, which will make it easier to take the train journeys you want or need to make. As always, all images were captured on trips taken by ShowMeTheJourney.