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THE ITALIAN TRAINS - Ferrovie dello Stato

Frecciarossa trains Trains connecting Turin - Milan - Bologna - Rome - Naples - Salerno on the high speed line. The trains reach the speed up to 360 km/h.
Frecciargento trains Trains for people travelling between Rome and Venice, Verona/Brescia/Bolzano, Bari/Lecce, Lamezia Terme/ReggioCalabria and between Naples and Venice looking for high standards of comfort and speed
Intercity - Comfortable and fast services connecting main cities and towns. Services include 1st and 2nd class seating, air-conditioned and no compulsory reservation requirement; however for passengers wishing to secure their seats in advance this can be done right here on this site, or at any Italian station, for an extra charge.
IntercityPlus - Trains with more comfortable seats than regular IC, sockets for laptops in 1st class, connecting main cities and towns. Services include 1st and 2nd class seating, air-conditioned coaches, mini-bar and restaurant car. The compulsory seat reservation requirement is included in the ticket price.
Eurocity - Intercity day services when in Italy, these are effectively trains coming from bordering countries connecting main cities across Europe. They might not be run by Trenitalia, and they do not require a compulsory reservation once in Italy.
IntercityNight - Intercity services travelling long distances overnight across Italy, they carry comfortable sleeper accommodations, from a couchette (bunk bed) in a 6-berth compartment to the new 'comfort' 4-berth compartments; from double and single sleeper cabins, with proper beds and washbasin.
Espresso - Usually travelling long distances overnight, mostly 2nd class only with couchettes and sleepers available.
Regionale - Local services stopping everywhere, they can take you to the most rural location and most of them have 2nd class coaches only.

THE ITALIAN TRAINS - Italo

Italo is a fleet of the newest generation of high-speed trains offered by NTV, the first private operator in the Italian high speed rail network. It's state-of-the-art train travel, redefining comfort, sustainability and safety at every stop, with maximum flexibility and value for money. Designed by global leader Alstom, Italo can reach speeds up to 186 mph. Italo offers travelers added comfort with larger windows, wider seats, more elbow room, smoke-free and air conditioned cars, plus the convenience of WiFi. The staff is multi-lingual. The network provides connections among the most important Italian cities: Venice, Rome, Bologna, Florence, Milan, Naples, etc.

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Timetable Italian Trains

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