Whatever is the reason for travelling from Rome to the first capital of Italy, a train is probably the best choice. Get to the Savoy city thanks to the many deals on Rome to Turin trains and discover the Italian Royal Family residences, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the local exquisite cuisine. Tickets for a train from Rome to Turin cost 50€ on average, but booking just a few weeks in advance you can find good deals, even at 39€, saving 42% on average; if you need to buy the tickets urgently and travel this week instead, prices range from 47€ to 70€. Choosing an Italo train, you will find 8 connections everyday, with departures from 05:45am to 06:45pm and trains every hour in the central hours of the day; ticket prices start from 46€. Otherwise, you can travel with Trenitalia - everyday, there are 20 Frecciarossa, direct Rome to Turin high speed trains, that have a frequency of up to one train every 30 minutes; the first train is at 06:00am and the last one leaves at 07:00pm. The lowest fare you can find on Frecciarossa trains is 39€. Alternatively, you can choose a Frecciabianca or an Intercity train, however this means that the journey duration increases from an average of 4 hours 30 minutes on high speed trains to about 7 hours on slower trains. However, booking on Wanderio you have the chance to compare both railway companies and to create your own personalized itinerary, combining the train schedules as well as the departure and arrival stations: in fact, you can choose whether to leave from Termini or Tiburtina station in Rome and to arrive at Turin Porta Susa or Porta Nuova, both of which are very central.