Inter-City trains connect major and minor cities in Italy to meet the different mobility requirements of medium to long distances. With 86 daily connections, Inter-City trains reach over 200 stations in Italy. Some popular connections include:
|FROM||TO||TICKETS & FARES|
|Turin||Genoa||Get Times & Fares|
|Milan||Genoa||Get Times & Fares|
|Leghorn (Livorno)||Get Times & Fares|
|Ventimiglia||Get Times & Fares|
|Bari / Crotone||Milan to Bari | Milan to Crotone|
|Rome||Naples||Get Times & Fares|
|Reggio di Calabria||Get Times & Fares|
|Sicily (Palermo)||Get Times & Fares|
|Bari / Taranto||Rome to Bari | Rome to Taranto|
|Milan / Venice / Trieste||Bologna||Milan to Bologna | Venice to Bologna | Trieste to Bologna|
|Florence||Milan to Florence | Venice to Florence | Trieste to Florence|
|Rome||Milan to Rome | Venice to Rome | Trieste to Rome|
|Naples||Milan to Naples | Venice to Naples | Trieste to Naples|
|Venice / Bolzano||Bari / Lecce||Venice to Bari | Venice to Lecce | Bolzano to Bari | Bolzano to Lecce|
On Board Inter-City Trains:
- There is one first class car, 1 Grand Comfort, 7 second class cars, and one coffee bar carriage on board these trains.
- For your comfort, trains are Air Conditioned, equipped with a sound system and power sockets are at each seat.
- 1st class passengers receive a Welcome drink and daily newspaper.
- All Italian tickets, both domestic and cross border must be validated at the machines on the platform before use. Failure to do this will result in a fine of up to 200 Euros.
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