• Regional – Italy

    Regional trains are for local transport from smaller stations around a larger hub station. They feed into the InterCity network. Regional trains are also around major cities like Rome, Milan and feed into the High speed trains.

  • Frecciabianca – Italy

    Frecciabianca means ‘white-arrow’ – It is an Italian train operating at speeds of up to 250 km/h (160 mph). Frecciabianca runs on traditional lines outside of the High-Speed network, guaranteeing comfort and quality service. 86 trains a day* connect large and medium-sized centres, from 5 AM to 9 PM, meaning Read more [...]

  • Frecciargento – Italy

    Frecciargento are trains running through both the high-speed and traditional lines travelling up to 250 km/h with connections that shorten the distance between Rome and the major metropolitan basins of the North-East and South sides of the Country.

  • Intercity – Italy

    Intercity trains connect some 200 large and medium cities, from North to South: from Turin / Milan / Ventimiglia to Rome / Naples / Salerno, from Milan to Liguria and Tuscany from Bologna to Puglia, Rome to Ancona / Perugia / Reggio Calabria / Taranto helping to achieve an efficient Read more [...]

  • Frecciarossa – Italy

    Frecciarossa is a high-speed train of the Italian national train operator, Trenitalia. The name means “red arrow” and operates at speeds of up to 300 km/h (190 mph). Frecciarossa trains cross the Italian peninsula going to the heart of big metropolis’ Italian High Speed line that shortens distances. A Frecciarossa Read more [...]

  • TGV Italy-France

    France-Italy by high speed TGV Choose the France-Italy TGV service for regular daily speedy service that links France directly to Turin and Milan. In a whizz you can enjoy la dolce vita. The France-Italy TGV service makes numerous daily trips to and from France and Italys: Turin and Milan. Enjoy Read more [...]