Italian Cross-Border Trains
For travel to or from Italy and other nearby countries, a cross-border speciality trains may be what you are looking for.
To check availability, fares and make your seat reservations simply enter your city from and city to in our ticket search box. Or choose from a featured Eurail Pass and book your seat reservation with us.
Note: Some trains are overnight trains (longer in during) and through booking you will be prompted to you to enter a sleeper car reservation for male or female. To see more information on these overnight trains
Italian Overnight Trains
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Book Tickets: Artesia
The Artesia, a Trenitalia and SNCF joint venture, provides day time and night time connections between Rome, Milan, Turin, Florence & Venice in Italy, with Paris and Lyon in France.
Book Tickets: Riviera
Riviera trains provide daytime connections between Milan in Italy with Monte Carlo (Monaco) and Nice (France).
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Eurail Passes for travel between Italy and Greece. Included in your pass are fares aboard sea crossings of Superfast Ferries and Blue Star Ferries between Patras/Igoumenitsa and Ancona/Bari to get from Greece to Italy and vice-versa.
Book Tickets: Allegro
Nightly trains service connects from Innsbruck to Rome, Florence, Bologna & Verona. Or Aboard Allegro offering night train service to Vienna from Rome, Firenze, Bologna, Milan & Verona.
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Book Tickets: Elipsos
The ‘Trenhotel’ Elipsos travels between Milan and Barcelona in Spain, offering a luxurious way to travel overnight between these 2 countries.
Book Tickets: Italy to Switzerland
Trenitalia operates daily services between Italy and Switzerland from Milan to Bellinzona, Geneva, Basel and Zurich from Venice to Geneva
Book Tickets: Italy to Eastern Europe
Euronight Venice offers nightly train service from Venice to Ljubljana, Zagreb, Budapest and Belgrade
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