Try travelling by train from Florence to Rome : the journey takes about 1h15. Discover Rome, the Eternal City. Renowned for its artistic centres like National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Villa Farnesina or Palace of Exhibitions, Rome oozes art! Keep an eye out for La Voce Dell'opera that puts on good shows at many different times of the year. You have to see the Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), the Turtle Fountain (Fontana delle Tartarughe) or the Capitoline Hill during your stay. Meet the old city of Rome by visiting the Antiquarium and Arch of Titus, the Quirinale Palace (Palazzo del Quirinale) or the Pantheon. Every year, the Villa Medicis, the Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument and the Barberini Palace attract a lot of visitors. Rome has also amazing churches and cathedrals, such as Santissimi Quattro Coronati, La Scala Sancta or Abbazia di San Paolo Fuori Le Mura. Discover the history of the city through the ancient ruins of Catacombe di San Sebastiano, Mercati di Traiano - Museo dei Fori Imperiali or Teatro di Marcello. And why not explore the magnificent Via Sacra, the Aventine Hill, or the Piazza Venezia. There is something so captivating about the Vittoriano Museum Complex, the Museo Criminologico or the Musei di Villa Torlonia that you simply shouldn't miss out on any of them. To enjoy an amazing view of the city, there is no better place than the Roma dal Cielo Terrazza delle Quadrighe. If you are looking for an activity that is fun for the whole family, few are better or more educational than museums such as the Explora.
A chance to admire Italy's magnificent sites by travelling by train. From Florence Santa Maria Novella. You will arrive directly at Rome Tiburtina station. In Europe, railway stations are usually well situated: they are in or very close to city centres. You can book your ticket online and print it out easily at home. No check-in is required. Depending on your ticket fee (semi-flexible or flexible), you can request a refund or an exchange in case you can't make the trip.