If she is going to fly into Rome and go immediately to Castiglion Fiorentino, she can buy tickets for the whole journey at the station at FCO airport. She should take the FR1 suburban train (not the Leonardo Express) from the airport to Tiburtina, and change trains there.
You can get train times and costs from www.trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html using a date in the next 7 days to get costs on these trains. It is absolutely pointless trying to buy in advance for these trains. There are no seat reservations and tickets cannot sell out.
i will b travelling from rome to venice.want to make a stopover in tuscany for two days.not able to decide if castiglion fiorenti or valdorcia or some other place in tuscany?suggest
i m travellin in january in europe.my main cities/countries r rome(startin point).tuscay.venice,switzerland,paris.we r planning to hire a car for this trip.our average stay per destination will b 3 days.i know it's ridiculously short stay.but there r some constraints.since we will b hiring a car from rome after finishin the trip at paris we will drive back to rome.i know it will take around 10 hrs .but no prob.we r 3 drivers.my main concern is-WILL IT B O.K TO DRIVE THROUGH THESE REGIONS IN THE MONTH OF JAN?CAN SNOW PROVE TO B A HURDLE WHILE DRIVING?
Yes snow can be a problem, and will be in the mountainous regions. I don't think I would choose to do so much driving ever, let alone at that time of year. I would advise you to forget about the car and take the train. The trip sounds exhausting enough, without adding the stress of driving in bad weather.
thank u i will consider your point
I am traveling from Rome (FCO) to Castiglion Fiorentino next month and would like advice on the best way to get from the airport to Roma Termini, which I assume will be where I need to go to get to Castiglion Fiorentino, where my daughter is studying. It looks as if departures to the town are limited (Trenitalia website), and I will be arriving into FCO about 14:05. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.