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We recommend flying from Rome to Brussels, which is the fastest option and takes around 5h 5m.
The cheapest way to get from Rome to Brussels is to bus which costs 80€ - 110€ and takes 24h 10m.More details
The quickest way to get from Rome to Brussels is to fly which costs 30€ - 320€ and takes 5h 5m.More details
No, there is no direct bus from Rome station to Brussels station. However, there are services departing from Rome, Rome Tiburtina Bus station and arriving at Brussels, Brussels-North station via Paris City Centre - Bercy Seine. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 24h 10m.More details
No, there is no direct train from Rome to Brussels. However, there are services departing from Roma Termini and arriving at Brussel-Zuid / Bruxelles-Midi via Torino Porta Susa and Chambery Challes Les Eaux. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 13h 38m.More details
The distance between Rome and Brussels is 1174 km. The road distance is 1462.1 km.Get driving directions
The best way to get from Rome to Brussels without a car is to train via Chambéry which takes 13h 38m and costs 240€ - 550€.More details
It takes approximately 5h 5m to get from Rome to Brussels, including transfers.More details
Rome to Brussels bus services, operated by FlixBus, depart from Rome, Rome Tiburtina Bus station.More details
Rome to Brussels train services, operated by Trenitalia Frecce, depart from Roma Termini station.More details
The best way to get from Rome to Brussels is to fly which takes 5h 5m and costs 30€ - 320€. Alternatively, you can train via Chambéry, which costs 240€ - 550€ and takes 13h 38m, you could also bus, which costs 80€ - 110€ and takes 24h 10m.Mode details
The quickest flight from Rome Airport to Brussels Airport is the direct flight which takes 2h 10m.Search flights
Rome to Brussels bus services, operated by FlixBus, arrive at Brussels, Brussels-North station.More details
Rome to Brussels train services, operated by Thalys, arrive at Brussel-Zuid / Bruxelles-Midi station.More details
Yes, the driving distance between Rome to Brussels is 1462 km. It takes approximately 14h 15m to drive from Rome to Brussels.Get driving directions
KLM, Brussels Airlines, Alitalia and two other airlines offer flights from Rome Airport to Brussels Airport.Search flights
Book your Rome to Brussels bus tickets online with FlixBus and FlixBus.Search and book
There are 1243+ hotels available in Brussels. Prices start at 87€ per night.More details
The best way to get from Rome to Rome Airport is to train which takes 32 min and costs 7€ - 35€.More details
The primary train operator in Italy, Trenitalia was created in the year 2000. Trenitalia offers national rail connections in Italy as well as international connections to Austria, France, Germany and Switzerland. The company operates regional and long-distance trains, as well as high-speed trains called Frecce that travel on specialised tracks on speeds of up to 360km/h. Trenitalia tickets are available online, in stations across the country or from many travel agents that offer bookings.
Dutch Railways (NS) is the main passenger railway operator in the Netherlands. Founded in 1938, NS connects all major cities in the Netherlands, and offers night trains, international trains, Intercity direct, and trains to and from the airport. NS International is the international subsidiary of NS; their services include high-speed trains such as Thalys, ICE International, Eurostar and TGV, to major European hubs including Paris, London, Brussels, Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt and Lille.
Trenitalia’s high-speed Frecce trains run on specialised tracks and have a greater level of service and comfort than InterCity and regional trains. There are three types of Frecce trains: Frecciarossa, (the fastest; connects major Italian cities); Frecciargento (mostly connect Rome to other Italian cities); and Frecciabianca (the slowest Frecce trains). Frecciarossa trains offer four classes of service, all with free Wi-Fi: Standard, Premium, Business and Executive. All Frecce tickets include a seat reservation and must be purchased before boarding the train.
France’s high-speed TGV train network runs at speeds of up to 320km/h connecting major cities across France and into neighbouring countries. All TGV tickets include a seat reservation; seating is 1+2 in 1st class, 2+2 in 2nd class. Popular routes include Paris to Marseille and Paris to Strasbourg. Most TGVs have a cafe area, power points at each seat and WiFi.
Trenitalia’s Intercity (IC) trains are slower than the high-speed Frecce trains but are still a good way to travel between major cities and towns, with routes including Rome to Naples, Venice to Bologna and Milan to Genoa. Tickets usually open for booking 90 days ahead of travel, and you’ll need make a seat reservation before boarding. All IC trains have 1st and 2nd class carriages as well as a bar buffet car, air conditioning and power sockets. InterCity trains that run at night are called InterCity Notte (ICN).
One of Europe’s leading bus companies, Flixbus serves 2000+ destinations in 29 countries, including Germany, France, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and Croatia and into Scandinavia and eastern Europe, as well as some US cities. Coaches have toilets, free WiFi and power outlets, plus snacks and drinks for purchase on board. Flixbus is a good choice for the budget-conscious traveller; purchase tickets in advance for the cheapest fares (note: there is no option to reserve a seat in advance).
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