With Kombo compare Rome Milan to travel cheaper. To enjoy the cheapest price we advise you to buy your tickets as soon as possible.
Finding a bus ticket from Rome to Milan is not so simple because many bus companies do not offer direct trips to every destination. Fortunately, Kombo has developed a search engine that can combine routes of different buses from different bus operators to generate a map to a specific destination. The good news for you is that you will be able to find cheap bus tickets between Rome and Milan.
For this trip, bus stops are mainly in Florence, Parma, Bologna, Prato, Siena. There are a total of 135 towns in which bus transfers are possible. In the best-case scenarios,bus transfers will be at Florence, for a 6h 10min trip for a minimum budget of 14,89USD. Otherwise, you can also go through Parma, even if it will a little bit longer (6h 40min). This will cost at least €18,98. An interesting option is that you can also make a bus transfer at Bologna. The first tickets' prices are at €17,89 for a 7h 00 trip (bus transfer fee included).
The bus from Rome to Milan is an excellent means of transport. First of all, its price is generally unbeatable. On average, the bus trip will take 6h 10min on the 479 km between Rome and Milan. On Kombo, you can compare bus with train and carpooling from Blablacar. This way you will be guaranteed the best price with a duration that suits you. Know that the majority of the buses allow you to benefit from a free WiFi Internet connection. You will find this information in the results of search.
To pay for your bus ticket to Milan cheaper, we recommend booking directly on Kombo. First of all, here, you are guaranteed to have a seat because many buses can attain their fullest capacity on some roads. Also, you can find the cheapest bus tickets and travel at a lower fare, as we compare ticket prices from several bus and coach operating companies. Finally, you can sometimes take advantage of coupon codes available, either for National Express, Blablabus (new name of Ouibus), Flixbus, Eurolines or Alsa. So our advice to you is to book earlier, it's always cheaper!
Once you have your bus ticket, no need to print it. However, remember to fully charge your phone, as you will need to show the ticket on the screen of your smartphone.
Piazzale Leonardo Da Vinci Rome
You will arrive at these bus stations To Milan: