Popular Train Routes in Italy
Discover Italy by train! Browse and book the most popular train routes in Italy below. Whether you are traveling from Rome to Florence or Milan to Venice, find easy access to journey information, including distance, number of daily trains, and lowest available train fares.
Find all of Italy's most popular train routes below. Our list includes top cities like Rome and Venice and smaller regional destinations such as Bologna and Pisa. Each route page contains need-to-know information about train travel to and from these destinations, as well as details on train stations, train types, and special services and offers.
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Frecciarossa high-speed trains, operated by Trenitalia, reach speeds of 300 kilometers per hour and offer maximum comfort, making trips between Italian cities as smooth and short as possible. Read More >>
Frecciargento trains run through both the traditional and high-speed lines with connections between Rome and other major cities of the North-East and South sides of Italy. Read More >>
Frecciabianca trains are part of the Frecce high-speed long-distance rail service between Italy's main cities. The trains, operated by Trenitalia, travel at a speed of up to 200 kilometers per hour. Read More >>
Inter-City trains connect major and minor cities in Italy to meet the different mobility requirements of medium to long distances. Read More >>