Compare flights, trains, buses and transfers to get from Rome to None
How to get from Rome to None
Travel from Rome to None and discover this Piemonte city of 7.51 Thousand inhabitants. The distance from Rome to None is 523 kilometers; with Wanderio you can compare the available flights and trains to get from Rome to None, so that you can organize your trip choosing the fastest route, the most comfortable or the cheapest one. You can choose among different choices and organize your trip according to your needs, depending on whether you are looking for the fastest, the most comfortable or perhaps the cheapest travel solution. For example, by choosing a train from Rome to None, you’ll get to your destination in 18 minutes on average; train ticket prices start from 3 €. Going from Rome to None by flight instead? Prices for your ticket start from 83 € and the flight journey takes about 1 hour on average.
Flights Rome - None
To get to None from Rome you can take a flight from Rome Ciampino Airport, which is the closest airport to Rome, and arrive at Turin Airport, the airport the best serves None. The average price for a Rome to None flight is 257€, but you can find low cost flights as well, with prices starting from 83€. Getting from Rome to None by flight takes about 1 hour on average; however, you need to consider the time to get to the airport and pass the security checks. You can count on 18 daily connections between Rome and None provided by Alitalia, British Airways, and IBERIA. Turin Airport is the closest airport to None and is 30.1 kilometers away from the city center; you can get to None in about 1 hour thanks to airport shuttles from Turin Airport to None.
Trains Rome - None
You can get from Rome to None by train, thanks to the 139 daily routes provided by ItaloTreno and Trenitalia. The train ride from Rome to None takes 18 minutes on average and the average train ticket is 65€. If you book in advance, you can find the best fares and save 42% on average on your train ticket, with prices starting from 3€. Travelling Italy by train can often be cheap.