From Rome to Milan by train

by Sarah Arnould

From Rome to Milan via Florence and Portovenere to the Cinque Terre, the road isn’t easy. Taking the train is a good solution to move: do not worry about the traffic and let yourself be carried away from one city to the next. We took a plane from Bordeaux to Rome and stayed 10 days from September 30th to October 8th: 3 nights in Rome, 2 nights in Florence, 3 nights in the Cinque Terre and 2 nights in Milan. It was a fast-paced trip but it was ok for us. Rome- Florence: 1h30 Florence- La Spezia (Cinque Terre): approx. 2h La Spezia-Milan: 3h We booked all our trains on sncf.com, except for the trip from Rome to Florence where we used trenitalia.com

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From Rome to Milan by train

by Sarah Arnould

A 10-days itinerary from Rome to Milan by train with stops in Florence and the Cinque Terre, and a few of my favorite spots along the way.

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77 Pages

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