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Rome to Palermo Overnight Train

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The best overnight train service between Rome (Termini Station) and Palermo, Sicily is the Intercity Night (ICN) train no. 793 "Conca d'Oro" which departs daily at 22:50 and arrives Palermo (Centrale Station) the next morning at 10:45. The cost of a reserved seat in first class is Euro 66.29.

This same train DIVIDES in Messina. Half proceeds westbound to Milazzo, Cefalu, points in-between, and teminates in Palermo. The other half proceeds southbound to Taormina, Catania and terminates in Siracusa. There are dedicated rail cars for both the run to Palermo and the run to Siracusa, so you need to verify (once on the train) that your reserved seat is in a railcar bound for your destination. Sleeping compartments can also be reserved at a supplemental cost.

For full schedules are fares, consult:
www.trenitalia.com

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