How to get to Rome?
Rome is not only the capital of Italy. This ancient city, which was founded in 753 BC. e., along with Venice has become a real tourist mecca for travelers from around the world. Here are located such unique sights as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, St. Peter’s Cathedral, the Imperial Forums and many others. Those who decided to visit the capital of Italy in the near future, we will tell you how to get to Rome by train, by plane, by car and by bus.
To get to Rome by train, you will need to go with transfers, as there are no direct trains from Russia to Rome. There is an international route №017Б Moscow - Nice, which goes through Belarus, Poland, Austria, Italy (cities such as Verona, Milan, Genoa, San Remo, Bordighera, Ventimiglia) to France, to the city of Nice. On this route the train leaves from the station Belorussky railway station at 12:50 on Thursdays and at 9:38 on Saturdays. The total journey time is 47 hours and 48 minutes.
However, tickets for this train are not cheap (56500 rubles). You can save a lot if you get to Rome via Brest.Unfortunately, it is also impossible to get from Brest to Rome directly, but having made 2-3 transplants, you can reach your destination much cheaper than in the previous version.
The air communication with Rome from Moscow is carried out through the airports of Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo-D and Vnukovo in Russia and the airport of Fiumicino in Italy. Flight duration - about 4 hours:
- From Domodedovo - flight BV 2199 at 04:00 on Tue, Thu, Sat and at 05:00 am on Tue, Sat.
- From Vnukovo - flight UN 399 at 10:20.
- From Sheremetyevo-D flights SU 3204, AZ 595, SU 2400, SU 2402, AZ 547, SU 2406, UN 369, AZ 549, SU 3202, SU 265, SU 2404.
In addition, it is possible to get to Rome from St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Samara, Kaliningrad, Mineralnye Vody, Rostov-on-Don, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Sochi, Krasnodar, Chelyabinsk, Perm, Ufa, Stavropol and some other cities.
By car or by bus
The distance from Moscow to Rome is 3115 km. You will have to go through the territory of Belarus, Poland and Austria. There are no direct international bus services from Russia to Rome; however, many travel companies organize sightseeing bus tours (for example,).