The Alta Velocità are the premiere Italian high speed trains with increased scheduling frequency that operate on routes connecting Italy's main cities and towns. Arrive in style!
Whether you are frequent traveler to Italy or not, there are many ways to book your railway travel. You may opt for the City to City tickets or purchase a Country pass. In either case you will be serviced aboard one of their high speed trains. We hope to make your journey fantastico!
The Frecciarossa trains connect Turin - Milan - Bologna - Rome - Naples - Salerno. The fastests of fast...this high speed train reaches speeds of over 220 mph combines with super frequency of over 72 daily connections between the cities, some of which are non-stop service.
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The Frecciargento trains connects Rome to Venice, Verona, Bari/Lecce, Lamezia Terme/ReggioCalabria on both high speed lines and traditional lines. Frecciargento trains can reach speeds of 155 mph.
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The Frecciabianca trains offer service on traditional lines from Milan to: Venice, Udine e Trieste; Genoa and Rome; and down to Bari, Lecce. Frecciabianca trains can reach speed of 125 mph.
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*ES Italia* are trains connecting Rome to Ancona, Genoa, Lamezia Terme, Reggio Calabria, Perugia, Ravenna, Rimini, Taranto. These trains are being replaced by the higher capactiy super fast trains of Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca.
Intercity trains connecting major and minor cities in Italy to meet the different mobility requirements of medium to long distances. With 86 daily connections Intercity's trains reaches 200 stations in Italy.
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Night trains have both traditional seating and sleeping compartments, often called couchettes. These services provide travelers a versatile way to traverse the country, especially on the longer journeys.
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Eurail Pass and ticket holders are accepted on Italian high speed trains, and pay a supplement fee including the mandatory reservation, which is necessary. Supplements are non-refundable.