Trains from Rome to Pescara are a great way to get from the capital of Italy to the Abruzzo region when you are visiting Europe.
Trains run regularly throughout the day from Rome Tiburtina train station to Pescara Centrale train station. Tiburtina is not the main train station in Rome (that is Termini), but it is served by all forms of public transportation and it is easy to get to on metro line B or by city bus or taxi.
Trains from Rome to Pescara leave every two hours, so you can travel whenever you need to.
All rail services on this route are direct and operated by Trenitalia on Regional trains. The travel time ranges from 3 hours and 46 minutes to 5 hours and 2 minutes.
The cost of a train ticket from Rome to Pescara is 12.10 euros each way in second class. There is no first class option available on this route. You can buy train tickets online or at the station when you are in Rome.