If Italy has always been on the top of your priority travel list, Trenitalia trains and its Frecce network will ease you trip throughout the country by its extensive network, either by high-speed or traditional services.
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An extended network
Fancy a getaway in the Italian northern region ? Trenitalia Frecciarossa trains, also known as Eurostar Italia, even if they do not have any links with the London-Paris service, will enable you to plan a very detailed trip.
You can start your dream journey by taking the Turin–Rome train and stops at Milan for your greatest pleasure. The second-city of Italy, after Rome, is home to several cultural institutions, museums and galleries that you cannot simply ignore : the city’s Duomo, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and the Milan Cathedral are among the most impressive landmarks in Milan.
And from Milan, you could even enjoy the comfort of a Trenitalia Frecciabianca train on a traditional line to get to Venice where you could take a gondola and admire the beautiful City Of water.
On your way to Rome with your Trenitalia train, you could also hop off Bologna and explore this incredible town of central Italy, home to very elegant and extensive arcades – 38 kilometers in total. You could even make a stop in Florence on your Milan-Rome journey and discover the beauty of the capital city of Tuscany, known as the cradle of the Renaissance for its numerous monuments, churches and buildings.
Never been to Naples ? Trenitalia trains will help you discover this incredible city, lying between two significant volcanic regions, Mount Vesuvius and the Phlegraean Fields. Its history, culture and its natural gastronomy are simply impossible to ignore on a trip to Italy.
Trenitalia Freccebianche could also get you to other cities in the south of Italy like Bari where you could visit its Cathedral, but also the Swabian castle and even the Petruzzelli Theatre.
Just amazing how many cities and towns the Italian trains can connect.
The convenience of one or more passes
If you want to explore the depth of the Italian culture and heritage, a Eurail Italy pass would get you on most national trains as many times and whenever you wish.
This Italy rail pass gives you the flexibility of unlimited travel from 3 to 10 days within 2 months. And you could even choose from adult, youth, child and even first class passes.
If Italy is just of the countries you wish to visit, you can also buy a Global pass or a Select pass. France-Italy pass, Italy-Spain pass or even Italy-Greece pass could also be some alternatives if you wish to pay a visit to these bordering countries while exploring Italy.
Don’t forget that these different passes could grant you some extra bonuses. More information about the fares and bonuses on this website.