Travel Recommendation between Rome to Viterbo

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Last Updated on August 27, 2021

Category: Italy


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  1. Travel information about Rome and Viterbo
  2. Expedition by the details
  3. Location of Rome city
  4. High view of Rome Ostiense train Station
  5. Map of Viterbo city
  6. Sky view of Viterbo Porta Romana train Station
  7. Map of the road between Rome and Viterbo
  8. General information
  9. Grid

Travel information about Rome and Viterbo

We searched the web to find the best ways to travel by trains between these 2 cities, Rome, and Viterbo and we figures that the right way is to start your train travel is with these stations, Rome Ostiense and Viterbo Porta Romana.

Travelling between Rome and Viterbo is an superb experience, as both cities have memorable show-places and sights.

Expedition by the details
Lowest Cost€5.96
Maximum Cost€5.96
Difference between the High and Low trains Price0%
Trains Frequency27
First train04:00
Last train19:53
Distance83 km
Estimated Journey timeFrom 1h 37m
Departing StationRome Ostiense
Arriving StationViterbo Porta Romana
Ticket typePDF
Train Class1st/2nd/Business

Rome Ostiense Train station

As the next step, you have to order a train ticket for your travel, so here are some cheap prices to get by train from the stations Rome Ostiense, Viterbo Porta Romana:

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Rome is a awesome place to see so we would like to share with you some data about it that we have gathered from Wikipedia

Rome is the capital city and a special comune of Italy, as well as the capital of the Lazio region. The city has been a major human settlement for almost three millennia. With 2,860,009 residents in 1,285 km², it is also the country’s most populated comune.

Map of Rome city from Google Maps

Sky view of Rome Ostiense train Station

Viterbo Porta Romana Railway station

and additionally about Viterbo, again we decided to fetch from Tripadvisor as its by far the most relevant and reliable site of information about thing to do to the Viterbo that you travel to.

Viterbo is a city in central Italy. The Palazzo dei Papi, a palace with an elegant loggia, was the seat of the popes in the 13th century. Nearby is San Lorenzo Cathedral, with a Gothic bell tower, frescoes and a 15th-century baptismal font. The Colle del Duomo Museum houses archaeological artifacts and a sacred art collection. The frescoed Palazzo dei Priori, Viterbo’s city hall, is on Piazza del Plebiscito.

Location of Viterbo city from Google Maps

Sky view of Viterbo Porta Romana train Station

Map of the trip between Rome to Viterbo

Total distance by train is 83 km

Money accepted in Rome are Euro – €

Italy currency

Currency used in Viterbo is Euro – €

Italy currency

Electricity that works in Rome is 230V

Electricity that works in Viterbo is 230V

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Thank you for you reading our recommendation page about traveling and train traveling between Rome to Viterbo, and we hope that our information will help you in planning your train trip and making educated decisions, have fun


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