Trenitalia, high-speed Italian trains open your eyes to the stunning Italian landscape. Imagine arriving in Venice by train, exiting the station and seeing the Grand Canal before your eyes. Italian train travel has never been so easy onboard the Trenitalia fleet; Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca.
Did you know Italy now offers E-tickets? These are discounted more convienient fares you can print out your e-tickets where ever and when ever you need them.
Please note that e-tickets do not offer passholder fares. These will be issued as paper.
|Rome - Florence||1hr||28 per day|
|Rome - Venice||4hrs 30||9 per day|
|Rome - Milan||3hrs 30||16 per day|
|Rome - Naples||1hrs 27||21per day|
|Milan – Venice||2hrs 20||8 per day|
|Florence – Venice||2hrs 37||9 per day|
|Milan – Turin||1hr 10||6 per day|
Passholder Fares explained:
There is only 1 type of Passholder fares available for high speed Italian trains (Paper tickets only). This is defined below:
- Passholder 1 fares are for passengers carrying a Eurail Global Pass, Eurail Select Pass (incl. Italy) / Eurail France-Italy pass / Eurail Greece-Italy / Eurail Italy Pass.
- Italy E-tickets do not offer passholder fares.
The fastest italian train connecting Turin, Milan, Bologna, Rome, Naples and Salerno. The trains reach incredible speeds of up to 360 km/h.
These trains connect Rome to Venice, Verona, Bari/Lecce, Lamezia Terme/Reggio Calabria and reach speeds up to 250 km/h.
These trains connect Milan to Venice, Udine e Trieste; Genoa and Rome; down to Bari and Lecce on traditional train lines and reach speeds of up to 200 km/h.
Things to Note
- Italy E-tickets can be reserved 120 days prior to the train departure date.
- High Speed Italy train passholder fares can be reserved 90 days prior to the train departure date.
- Reservations are compulsory.
- Eurail Passholders are welcome, however a seat reservation fee is payable.
- Trenitalia operates daily international services to a select group of Swiss cities. These include Bellinzona, Geneva, Basel and Zurich. All departures originate from Milan and one from Venice to Geneva.