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Rome - Siena Coach Timetable

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Journey Information

There are 27 intercity coaches per day from Rome to Siena. Traveling by coach from Rome to Siena usually takes around 2 hours and 54 minutes, but the fastest FlixBus coach can make the trip in 2 hours and 39 minutes.

Distance114 mi (184 km)
Shortest duration2h 39m
Cheapest price£2.43
Trips per day27
Most frequent serviceFlixBus
Coach lines5

How much is a coach ticket from Rome to Siena?

£7.32 is the average price of a coach ticket from Rome to Siena. This is currently one of the best deals in coach travel. It’s easy to find a coach ticket at this price or lower when you use Wanderu to book your trip online in advance of your travel date.

Monthly average prices

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The lowest coach ticket prices on this route can usually be found in May. That’s when the average price of a coach ticket is expected to be just £8 – the lowest of the year.

Alternatively, if you plan to travel from Rome to Siena in December, expect to spend more on your coach trip, as the average ticket price may surge to £19 at that time of year. However, if you book your trip ahead of time, you can still score a ticket at a lower price.

What coach companies travel from Rome to Siena?

There are 5 coach lines from Rome to Siena available for you to search and book on Wanderu. With 20 daily trips, FlixBus usually has the most coaches running on any given day. Here are some time and price comparisons for all the available options:

CoachDaily TripsAvg. TimeAvg. Price
Autolinee Federico14h 0m£11.93
Consorzio Autolinee13h 30m£13.69
FlixBus202h 54m£10.62
Itabus62h 53m£6.65
Marino23h 3m£17.73
  • Autolinee Federico

    Autolinee Federico

    Book Autolinee Federico from Rome to Siena from £10. There are 1 Autolinee Federico schedules from Rome to Siena and you can expect on average to pay for a Autolinee Federico ticket to Siena. In Rome, Autolinee Federico departs to Siena from Largo Mazzoni Guido 3 and no other station. In Siena, Autolinee Federico arrives at Piazza Carlo Rosselli and no other station.

    An average trip on Autolinee Federico from Rome to Siena takes 4 hours and 0 minutes , while the fastest available Autolinee Federico trip will get you to Siena in 2 hours and 39 minutes .

  • Consorzio Autolinee

    Consorzio Autolinee

    Book Consorzio Autolinee from Rome to Siena from £13. There are 1 Consorzio Autolinee schedules from Rome to Siena and you can expect on average to pay for a Consorzio Autolinee ticket to Siena. In Rome, Consorzio Autolinee departs to Siena from Largo Mazzoni Guido 3 and no other station. In Siena, Consorzio Autolinee arrives at Piazza Carlo Rosselli and no other station.

    An average trip on Consorzio Autolinee from Rome to Siena takes 3 hours and 30 minutes , while the fastest available Consorzio Autolinee trip will get you to Siena in 2 hours and 39 minutes .

  • FlixBus

    FlixBus

    First launched in Germany in 2013, FlixBus has become one of the largest intercity coach companies in Europe. Its fleet travels through nearly every country in Europe, including the U.K. FlixBus operates an average of 20 trips from Rome to Siena, and usually makes the trip in about 2 hours and 54 minutes. On your trip, you'll enjoy Wi-Fi and live GPS, as well as restrooms, air conditioning, and power outlets.

  • Itabus

    Itabus

    Book Itabus from Rome to Siena from £2. There are 6 Itabus schedules from Rome to Siena and you can expect on average to pay for a Itabus ticket to Siena. In Rome, Itabus departs to Siena from Largo Mazzoni Guido 3 and no other station. In Siena, Itabus arrives at Piazza Carlo Rosselli and no other station.

    An average trip on Itabus from Rome to Siena takes 2 hours and 53 minutes , while the fastest available Itabus trip will get you to Siena in 2 hours and 39 minutes .

    On weekends, Itabus offers 7 trips per day and you could expect to pay for a weekend getaway to Siena.

  • Marino

    Marino

    Book Marino from Rome to Siena from £12. There are 2 Marino schedules from Rome to Siena and you can expect on average to pay for a Marino ticket to Siena. In Rome, Marino departs to Siena from Largo Guido Mazzoni and no other station. In Siena, Marino arrives at Piazza Carlo Rosselli and no other station.

    An average trip on Marino from Rome to Siena takes 3 hours and 3 minutes , while the fastest available Marino trip will get you to Siena in 2 hours and 39 minutes .

    On weekends, Marino offers 2 trips per day and you could expect to pay for a weekend getaway to Siena.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to travel by coach from Rome to Siena during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Our coach partners have implemented several different policies to keep you safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. From limiting vehicle capacity to enhancing cleaning protocols and upgrading air filters, coach carriers are committed to maintaining a safe environment. For details on what each company is doing to ensure their fleet remains safe for travel, click here.

In addition, federal law requires all coach passengers to wear a face covering for the entire duration of the trip. Please make sure you are wearing a face mask or you may not be allowed to board the coach.

Please visit our COVID-19 Travel Guide for more information on all carrier policies and the latest travel advisories issued by every U.S. state, Canadian province, and European country.

How long is the coach ride?

The coach takes an average of 2 hours and 54 minutes to cover the 114 miles from Rome to Siena. However, the fastest coach only takes 2 hours and 39 minutes. It's the perfect amount of time to take a nap, get some work done, or watch a movie. Keep in mind that your actual coach may arrive earlier or later than scheduled, depending on whether there is more or less traffic than usual.

What is the busiest day of the week to travel by coach?

Saturday is usually the day when coaches are busiest, as many travelers take the coach to enjoy the weekend in Siena. If you are planning to travel on a Saturday, you should make sure to book tickets well in advance as they may sell out.

On the other hand, Wednesday is typically the least busy day for coach travel on this route. If you're looking for some extra space on the coach, traveling mid-week is your best bet.

When do the earliest and latest coaches leave Rome?

The first coach leaves at 01:00 and the last coach leaves at 21:00. To see the times for all coaches from Rome to Siena, enter your specific travel dates in the search bar.

How many coach schedules are there most days?

There are 27 scheduled coaches that travel from Rome to Siena every day, so you have a decent number of options to choose from. Furthermore, all of these are direct coaches which you can take the entire route from Rome to Siena without transferring.

City Information

Rome

Rome is a city rich in cultural heritage, as well as one of the most romantic destinations in Europe. To fully understand the city’s extraordinary history, visitors should take the time to visit the Capitoline Museums, where the collections include hundreds of sculptures as well as the Capitoline Wolf, the symbol of Rome itself. The famous Trevi’s Fountain is also on the must-see list of many travelers. Boasting an amazing baroque design with mythological motifs, the fountain is one of the most photogenic spots in the city, and it is located near the principal shopping area. If you wish to check out some of the city’s most iconic structures, head over to the Sistine Chapel, which houses the famous fresco by Michelangelo.

Rome is every foodie’s heaven. As you explore the city’s food scene, don’t hesitate to take the chance to try out a local specialty, artichokes. The best place to try these out is at Nonna Betta. For those who want to try the famous Roma coffee, Caffe Sant'Eustachio might be the right spot.

The principal train station in Rome is the Termini station. The main bus station is Roma Tiburtina. The city’s air services are fulfilled by three airports: Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, Rome Ciampino Airport, and Roma-Urbe, of which the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the largest.

Siena

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Set among the rolling hills of Tuscany, Siena is the provincial capital in central Italy. Siena has an extensive history, dating to the Etruscan era, although most of the town's growth didn't occur until the Middle Ages. Take a walk up one of the many surrounding hills to gain a birds' eye view of Siena, in many ways identical to how it looked in the medieval period.

The best way to appreciate the town is to embrace the Italian lifestyle, enjoying a coffee and people-watching in the Piazza del Campo. After this, visit the Duomo di Siena to view its Gothic exterior, intricate mosaic floor, and many of the preserved works of Catholic worship that lay inside.

After a long day of exploring, refuel with some mouthwatering local cuisine. Visit any of the authentic Sienese restaurants to try pici, a type of pasta, and make sure to sample at least one of the many famous desserts from the region.

Siena's central location in Italy makes it easy to access from major metropolises like Rome, Paris, or Barcelona. Ampugnano Airport is only 9 kilometers from the city, although Florence and Pisa airports offer more frequent flights with a wider choice of airlines. Frequent trains pass through Siena from several cities in Italy, and two coach lines operate between Florence and Siena.

Station Information

Where does the coach leave from in Rome?

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Departure stations

Rome's main long-distance coach station, known as Autostazione Tiburtina, is located on Largo Guido Mazzoni in the northeast of the city. The modern, state-of-the-art facility has several small food outlets, restrooms, and left luggage facilities. Coach companies like FlixBus and RegioJet operate routes from Tiburtina to destinations including Venice and Prague. It can be accessed via the city's metro line B and is just a short walk to Roma Tiburtina railway station. Several hotels, bars, and restaurants line the nearby Via Tiburtina for the perfect welcome to the Eternal City.

All coach stations in Rome:

  • Largo Guido Mazzoni

  • Largo Mazzoni Guido 3

Where does the coach arrive in Siena?

Arrival stations

Coaches arrive in Siena at 4 stations, depending on which coach line you are traveling with.

Coach stations in Siena:

  • Piazza Carlo Rosselli

  • Stellino - Via Fiorentina 135

  • Viale Pietro Toselli

  • Piazza Gramsci

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