Driving Distance from Rome

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Driving Distance from Rome, Italy

Driving Distances from Rome, Italy Are you in the process of planning a road trip to Rome? For your convenience, Auto Europe has put together a helpful table that highlights the main driving distances from Rome to some of Italy's top vacation destinations in both kilometers and miles.

Whether you're looking for the driving distance from Rome to Venice or any destination inbetween, rely on Auto Europe to help you find the most direct route. For additional trip-planning resources, take a look at our in-depth Italy travel guide.

Rome Driving Distance Table

Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles) Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles)
Rome Florence 284 176.47 Rome Ancona 303.2 188.40
Rome Naples 227 141.05 Rome Ciampino 16.7 10.38
Rome Bari 457 283.97 Rome Caserta 200 124.27
Rome Siena 245 152.24 Rome Verona 504 313.17
Rome Venice 544 338.03 Rome Genoa 501 311.31
Rome Milan 585 363.50 Rome Sorrento 264.2 264.20
Rome Pisa 355 220.59 Rome Foggia 379.7 379.70
Rome Bologna 377 234.26 Rome Salerno 265 164.66
Rome Catania 794 493.37 Rome Perugia 171.4 106.50

Additional Information About Driving in Rome

The Italian capital of Rome offers an experience of a lifetime. In Rome, you can enjoy everything from delicious food, to world famous art, timeless landmarks and buildings, crowds of tourists from all over the world, and a truly remarkable cosmopolitan city. In Rome, be sure to visit the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Trevi Fountain.

But in order to have a truly authentic Italian experience, one shouldn't just stay confined in Rome. Traveling by rental car gives you the freedom to go where you want, when you want, and in a country like Italy, there are dozens of remarkable places you can go. Rome is 284 km from Florence. The drive from Rome to Florence takes a little over 3 hours and will take you across the Apennine mountains along route A1 going north. If you decide to travel south, Rome is 227 miles from Naples. When traveling from Rome to Naples, you'll travel along route A1 for a little over 2 hours.
More Information About Driving in Rome
For longer journeys, you can enjoy beautiful views and see large portions of Italy along the way. Rome is located 377 miles from Bologna, and when traveling about 4 hours north along route A1, you can stop in Florence along the way. The drive from Rome to Venice takes a little less than 6 hours, and the quickest way is through the center of the country along route A1. But if you want to travel part of the way along the western coast, route A13 is the choice for you! Ultimately, Rome is 544 km from Venice, and no matter which route you decide to travel along, you're bound to enjoy yourself. 

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Rome, Italy Weather

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