Naples offers a lot to those who visit it - not only for its cuisine, with delicacies such as pizza and espresso which are known all over the world, but also for its cultural and historical heritage. Getting here from Rome is easy, especially by train. There are 9 regional trains from Rome to Naples everyday, from 05:36am to 07:56pm, which take you to your destination in less than 2 hours 30 minutes. This kind of trains has a fixed price of 11.80€ and is often crowded. If you want to arrive to Naples in about one hour instead, you should go for a high speed train. You can choose from 17 daily connections offered by Italo, with prices starting from 17.90€ and departures between 09:25am to 10:55pm. Choosing Trenitalia instead, you can get to Naples on one of the 36 trains that operate on this route: apart from regional trains, there are Intercity, Frecciabianca, Frecciargento and Frecciarossa trains.
With regional and Intercity trains, your journey will take about 2 hours and departures start at 06:26am and end at 06:26pm, based on the selected train; prices for these type of trains are rather low and you can find deals for only 9.90€. On the contrary, Frecciarossa and Frecciargento trains are faster (the average journey duration is 1 hour 10 minutes) and slightly more expensive - the lowest fare you can get is 19.90€ but comfort and service are definitely better. The Rome to Naples train schedule for Trenitalia high speed trains shows more than 35 daily connections, with the first train leaving from Rome Termini station at 07:05am and the last one at 10:40pm. Although prices for getting from the Italian capital to the Campania city are never too expensive, you can actually save a lot off your ticket if you book 3 or 4 weeks in advance: prices for travelling this week are 30€ on average, but you can get offers starting from 9.90€ with an early booking.