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Trenitalia’s flagship fleet of Frecciarossa trains operate some of the fastest trains in Italy. Engineered to run at an incredible 186 mph (300 km/h), they come equipped with spacious seats, WIFI, air-conditioning, plug sockets and an onboard bistro. Frecciarossa trains are sleekly designed, comfortable, fast and convenient. Travelers can choose between four seating classes , including Standard, Premium, Business and Executive, and unlike many first class service options they're all affordable.
Read on to find out all about train travel in Italy with Trenitalia’s Frecciarossa trains. You can check schedules, compare ticket prices, and discover top destinations for trains in Italy. Book your Frecciarossa tickets with Omio and embark on an unforgettable adventure.
Trenitalia Front. Source: Trenitalia
Trenitalia is now offering daily, high-speed train service that connects international airport hubs to Italy’s biggest cities, including Rome, Milan, Naples, Florence and Venice. It’s now easier to land in Rome or Milan and explore the rest of Italy’s most iconic cities by train. There’s no need to take a connecting flight, just hop on a Frecciarossa and enjoy a picturesque (and comfortable) journey instead. Check out some of the routes, destinations and schedules from Rome Fiumicino airport to the rest of Italy.
New for the summer vacation! Trenitalia is opening up multiple routes from the North to Southern Italy. The new routes include 8 new high-speeds trains from the North to Calabria, 32 new trains from Northern Italy to the Adriatic coast, and 13 from Rome to Puglia.
Whether you’re pining for mountains, the sea or cities full of art – you can build your dream vacation by train. Check out the easy Inter City (IC) route from Rome to San Candido in the mountains, or the IC train from Milan to Savona by the sea. Some of the latest summer stops also include Polignano a Mare, Cattolica, Diamante, and Orbetello, as well as the highly anticipated, high-speed Frecciarossa train to Pompei, close to the city of Naples. Two direct trains run every third Sunday from Rome’s Termini train station and from Florence’s Firenze train station to Pompeii.
Italy’s stunning Amalfi Coast. Source: Unsplash
To make your vacation extra special, Trenitalia have teamed up with bus, ferry and plane providers to link up some of the most beautiful destinations across Italy. It’s now possible to hop on a train then find an easy ferry connection across the Gulf of Naples. You can take a Freccelink, a combination of train and bus, to seaside towns such as Sorrento, Piombino, Cecina, Vieste or Peschici. Or travel to the rest of Europe along popular routes such as Milan to Paris, with a stop in the mountain town of Bardonecchia en route.
Frecciarossa Map connections in Italy
Frecciarossa trains connect different cities within Italy on the high-speed line. You’ll also find a connection from Milan to Paris.
|Turin – Salerno||From 05:05 to 21:55||30 trains a day||From 6h29m to 11h44m||From $47|
|Venice – Salerno||From 05:26 to 23:05||30 trains a day||From 5h53m to 10h09m||From $49|
|Trieste – Turin||From 04:26 to 17:05||11 trains a day||From 5h to 7h49m||From $51|
|Milan – Paris||From 06:25 to 15:53||2 trains a day||From 6h44m to 6h57m||From $124|
|Turin – Lecce||From 05:50 to 13:50||7 trains a day||From 9h40m to 11h05m||From $71|
|Rome – Naples||From 07:00 to 22:35||38 trains a day||From 1h02m to 1h53m||From $16|
|Florence – Milan||From 06:55 to 21:55||26 trains a day||From 1h55m to 2h39m||From $30|
|Milan – Bari||From 06:10 to 16:10||16 trains a day||From 6h57m to 8h||from $76|
|Venice – Rome||From 05:26 to 19:26||23 trains a day||From 3h26m to 4h19m||From $40|
|Rome – Florence||From 05:10 to 21:48||44 trains a day||From 1h35m to 1h57m||From $23|
If you’re looking to get tickets delivered straight to your phone, Omio offers a quick and easy way to compare and book Frecciarossa tickets without the need to print anything.Frecciarossa tickets are usually in high demand, so it’s best to book your tickets as early as possible. To purchase your Frecciarossa train tickets:
This will open a new page with a list of trains scheduled for departure on the selected date. Since there are different providers on the list, you can adjust your filters to display Frecciarossa trains with scheduled departures only. You can do this simply by clicking the ‘Show all filters’ button, then the ‘Train Companies’ option, and selecting Frecciarossa from the drop-down list.
You can also filter your selection by choosing you’re preference on price, speed and departure time. Once you have selected your journey, you will also be given the option to choose between Frecciarossa’s different carriage class which are, Standard, Premium, Business and Executive Once you have made your selection, key in your personal details before making your payment to finalize the process
The Omio booking pages have been designed to give you a quick and easy snapshot of the best tickets available. You can compare cheap train tickets, filter a journey by the ticket price, journey duration, travel company, departure times and the number of changes. You can also enjoy live journey updates, meaning you'll be notified if any platform changes or delays occur, and we’ll send you a reminder when it's time to set off. What’s more, you’ll receive everything straight to your phone with no need to print. Explore your train options on Omio and book Trenitalia train tickets from the comfort of your home or on the go.
Frecciarossa offers 3 types of tickets:
Executive Class Frecciarossa 1000. Source: Trenitalia
Looking for a luxury train ride with extra-wide reclinable seats? Or perhaps you’re in need of some quiet time to work while you travel? Frecciarossa trains have multiple classes with different levels of comfort to suit all passengers' needs. They include:
Look out for more ways to travel and get a discount when traveling with Freciarossa trains. Additional Frecciarossa train tickets and pass options include:
Convenient seat service is one of the many benefits of traveling with a Premium ticket. Source: Trenitalia
Trenitalia is state-owned and Italy’s primary train operator. The high-speed Frecciarossa trains are part of the distinct Frecce (“Arrow”) families, which include Frecciargento, and Frecciabianca, which tend to take slower and more regional routes. Frecciarossa was introduced in 2008 after operating as Eurostar Italia. It travels at speeds of up to 300 km/h (190mph) on the high-speed line, connecting different cities across Italy like Milan, Rome, Naples, Turin, Florence, Venice, Bari, and Lecce. The Frecciarossa high-speed train service is made up of two train sets: Frecciarossa 1000 and ETR 500 trains. The Frecciarossa 1000 train model can reach a max speed of 400 km/h (250 mph) and has more amenities than the Frecciarossa ETR 500 trains.
Frecciarossa Premium Class. Source: Trenitalia
Italy, the birthplace of the Roman Empire, is one of the most visited countries in the world and it’s no surprise considering its rich history, the foods, its cities full of art, opera and fashion, as well as its gorgeous landscapes. Some of the most popular routes served by Frecciarossa trains include Milan to Rome,Bologna to Florence, and Milan to Venice. With so much to see and do in Italy, Omio have compiled pages of what to do in Italy through our online magazine,
There are approximately 41 daily Frecciarossa trains from Rome to Florence. The earliest high-speed Frecciarossa train from Rome to Florence usually leaves at about 5:35 a.m., while the latest tends to leave at about 9:10 p.m. The Rome to Florence Frecciarossa train time usually lasts around 1h 36 min< strong> and departs from Rome Termini station.
To cover the 155 mile (249 km) journey from Florence to Milan, there are roughly 25 daily Frecciarossa trains. The first train normally leaves at 7:55 a.m., while the last one tends to leave at 9:55 p.m. Out of the 25 daily trains that cover this route, 20 are direct.The departure station in Florence is Florence Santa Maria Novella. Given that it is normally crowded, it is advised to arrive at the station 30 min before your train departs.
There are at least 23 daily Frecciarossa trains that cover the 245 miles (394 km) from Venice to Rome. The first train usually leaves at 5:26 a.m., whereas the last train normally departs at 7:26 p.m. Of the 23 trains that cover this route, six are connecting trains, while the rest travel directly.
If you're on a budget, consider traveling on routes that use Frecciarossa connecting trains as the ticket prices are cheaper. For the fastest journey, book a ticket for the 8:46 a.m. train which reaches Rome in the shortest time. Aboard this fast Frecciarossa train, your train time will last roughly 3h 45min.
Two Frecciarossa trains travel from Paris to Milan every day. The first train departs the train station in Paris at 7:25 am, while the latest departs around 3:12 pm for the non-stop trip to Milan. The average duration of the journey is around 6h 42min to 6h 55min.
Trains depart from Paris Gare de Lyon and arrive at Milan Centrale train station. It is recommended that passengers arrive at the station in Paris at least 45 minutes before departure to leave enough time for check-in
About 37 Frecciarossa trains depart from Rome to Naples daily. The earliest train leaves at 8:53 am, while the latest train leaves at 10:35 pm. On average, the trip takes around 1h 02 mins to 1h 53 mins. Trains depart from Roma Termini and arrive at Naples Centrale station
Looking for a good night’s sleep while on the move? Night trains in Italy offer comfortable sleeping carriages to get you to your destination with minimum hassle. InterCityNotte is Trenitalia’s long-distance train, traveling from Northern Italy to the south in spacious modern coaches. Sleeping options include couchettes (cuccetta), roomy comfortable cabins with space for up to three people, or single options and private cabins (cabina).
Comfort carriages with four beds and night seats are also an option. Some of the most popular routes served by night trains are Rome to Palermo, Naples to Milan, and Rome to Syracuse. Learn more about night trains in Italy from the Omio magazine, Window Seat.
Just as it is committed to ensuring its passengers enjoy comfortable travel, Trenitalia is also committed to reducing its carbon footprint. To achieve this goal, it has replaced its old trains with fuel-efficient models and partnered with several carbon offset companies. Additionally, it has implemented many in-house policies to reduce its waste and use of pollutant products, such as the use of recycled packaging for its onboard restaurant. Traveling by train in Italy is currently the most a href="https://www.omio.com/window-seat/culture-lifestyle/young-environmental-activists-tell-all/">eco-friendly way to travel long distances.
Not sure where to begin your Frecciarossa adventure? Check out these popular Frecciarossa destinations for travel details and nearby attractions: