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Fast train from Rome to Mantova/Verona area?

Looking at train sites, not seeing a fast train from Rome to Mantova. Am I missing something? Trying to avoid renting a car.

Posted by
92 posts

Trenitalia's app shows a decent selection of combination freccia/regional trains. Are you specifying Roma and Mantova as your From and To selections? I just pulled up Roma Termini to Mantova for the morning of 2/27 and came up with 5 results with travel times of under five hours.

Posted by
6125 posts

Found a train on this site with a bit over 3hr travel time- no changes. Rome-Verona ( random date in April)

How far into the future are you looking? May be an issue with schedule not yet being released for later in the year

Posted by
3 posts

Maybe operator error on my part. Thanks for the link. Our trip isn't until beginning of July.

Appreciate the feedback!

Posted by
20597 posts

I think the new schedules are up loaded roughly the first week of June. However, there will be little change in times or trains from what is now scheduled.

Posted by
8889 posts

Our trip isn't until beginning of July.

That's after the bi-annual timetable change (2nd weekend in June and December). Times for June-December will not appear until late April/early May.
For the sake of planning, just use times for May, they change little.

"Looking at train sites" - you don't say which sites. You first choice should always be the company running the trains, in this case Trenitalia:
For May I see plenty of trains Roma to Mantova, changing at Verona. Takes about 4½ hours, costs about €40.

Posted by
1719 posts

Trenitalia has already uploaded the July schedules of the only direct Roma-Verona high speed train, it's the Frecciarossa1000 #8528 that departs to Verona at 18:50. When the Regionale summer schedules will be available you'll see many more options with a change in either Bologna, Padua or Verona.

Only a few small towns are served by direct high speed trains. You are not missing anything, except that Mantua is actually too small and too far from the main railway backbone.