What types of trains does Trenitalia operate?

Trenitalia operates long-distance trains that include the Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca high-speed services, Intercity Day and Night routes and regional trains.

Why choose Trenitalia for your next trip?

Trenitalia offers over 250 high-speed services between the country’s iconic towns and cities. Travel in comfort and style, at speeds of 300km/h between the likes of Rome and Milan or Naples to Venice.

How do I Activate my Trenitalia pass?

Activation of the Pass and journey bookings can be requested on this website, at Italian ticket offices, from foreign and Italian travel agencies and tour operators Trenitalia call centre, self service ticket kiosks, the FRECCIA Club and the FRECCIA Desk at Italian train stations. The pass is personal, non-transferable and nominative.

When can I book my Trenitalia tickets?

Trenitalia tickets are open for bookings 180 days in advance. Seat reservations are mandatory on Trenitalia’s Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca and Intercity trains. Get the lowest prices on Trenitalia by booking early and don’t wait until the last minute as cheaper seats sell out quickly.

What is Trenitalia and how does it work?

TrenItalia is Italy’s original, state-owned train service. Anywhere you can go on a train in Italy, which includes most of the country, you can go on TrenItalia. (They certainly cover more terrain than Italo.) There are many different types of trains, described below, with slower and far uglier trains covering smaller towns.

What are the different types of Trenitalia trains?

Trenitalia has both regional and high-speed trains that cover towns in essentially the entire country. It operates a variety of different services, depending on speed and stopping locations: Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, InterCity and regional trains.

What are the fastest trains in Trenitalia?

The fastest trains operated by Trenitalia are the Alta Velocità (AV) series, named in descending order of speed, the Frecciarossa (“Red Arrow”), Frecciargento (“Silver Arrow”), and Frecciabianca (“White Arrow”). These only connect a short list of Italian cities, including Turin, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples,...

What is the difference between italiarail and Trenitalia?

Be careful because they are not just different ways to buy a ticket – they will put you on two totally different trains. ItaliaRail, on the other hand, is just a ticket reseller for TrenItalia trains (like the EURail Pass, which can be a money-saver in some situations).

How far in advance should I book my train tickets? Trenitalias train schedules and fares are typically only released between 90-120 days in advance*, so its not a good idea to solidify travel plans before that point—the timetable can change seasonally.

How do I buy Trenitalia tickets online?

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