Trains from Rome to Naples are a great way to get from the capital of Italy to the coast when you are visiting Europe.

Trains between these cities are operated by Trenitalia. They offer four types of services on this route: high-speed Frecciarossa trains, fast Frecciabianca trains, regular InterCity trains, and standard Regional trains.

Rail services on all four types of trains run regularly from Rome Termini station to Naples Centrale station. Both are centrally located and connected to all forms of onward transportation.

Trains leave Rome up to four times an hour at peak times during the day and evening, so you can catch a train whenever you need to.

All services on this route are direct, and the travel time from Rome to Naples depends on what type of train you take and whether you encounter delays en route to Naples. Journey times range from 1 hour and 8 minutes on Frecciarossa trains, which are the fastest, to 2 hours and 42 minutes on Regional trains, which are the slowest.

The cost of a one-way train ticket from Rome to Naples varies depending on how far in advance you book and what type of train you take. If you book online in advance, ticket prices can be as low as 11.20 euros in second class and 30.50 euros in first class. Apart from Regional services, train tickets are more expensive if you don’t book online in advance or if you decide to buy tickets close to or on the day of travel.