Trenitalia: Tickets, Schedules, and Information

Tue, Mar 26
Easy as 1, 2, 3
Choose the cheapest and fastest routes from over 800 official partners
Get there your way
Enjoy travelling by train, bus and flight across Europe
Every time, anywhere
Because your trip doesn't end with a ticket, we’re here for you all the way

Trenitalia: An Overview

Trenitalia Tickets
Popular Routes
Train Types
Trenitalia FAQs

Trenitalia: Trenitalia is Italy's main train operator. It is government owned and was created in 2000. Its long distance trains are FRECCE (or arrows) and Intercity trains. The FRECCE trains connect major cities, some travelling at up to 360 km/h. Intercity and night trains are slower, but cheaper. Trenitalia offers a first and second-class service on its long distance trains. In 2012, Trenitalia's high-speed trains carried 38.9 million passengers.

How to Book Trenitalia Tickets

Omio is a travel platform and an authorized ticket seller that lets you compare and book Trenitalia trains to destinations in Italy, France and Switzerland. With the Omio travel search engine, you can find the departure times and prices of trains between any two cities. It lets you compare Trenitalia trains with other rail companies (as well as buses and flights) to find the best way to travel depending on your personal preferences. Omio takes into account all the factors that determine your trip, including the time of departure and/or arrival, the ticket price and the total required travel time (including or excluding a changeover).

With Omio, it's never been easier to get Trenitalia train tickets in English straight to your phone. There's even an English speaking customer service team should you encounter any problems.

Booking Trenitalia Tickets with Omio

Booking Trenitalia tickets with Omio is easy, simply put in your departing and arriving city, as well as the date you want to travel and then we'll do all the hard work! We find all the possible routes not only for Trenitalia but other Italian train companies. Allowing you to pick the best option for your journey.

Once you've purchased your ticket, we'll send you an email confirming your booking as well informing you if you have a mobile ticket or if you need to print out a ticket before your board.

Then if you have any troubles along the way, our English-speaking customer service is there to help you.

Trenitalia Ticket Types

All Trenitalia tickets are offered as singles or return. Pre-purchasing Trenitalia tickets online and in advance often saves you money and allows you to take advantage of further discounts and promotions. Check out the different ticket types below:

  • Base Tickets: These tickets are great if you're looking for flexibility; a ticket of this type can be changed as many times as you need.
  • Economy Tickets: These tickets can be purchased up to two days before departure and allow you to change the time and date of travel once.
  • Super Economy: These tickets are the least expensive, although the date and time of travel cannot be changed.

Trenitalia Class Types

On board the Trenitalia Frecciarossa high-speed trains, you can choose between four seating classes and unlike many first class service options, they're all affordable! Trenitalia aims to accommodate every type of traveler (even those with a modest budget). Below are images of popular seating classes and summary of the services available on all class types:


Standard class: With Standard class, inclusive of your ticket, you'll also get:
  • WiFi
  • Tables
  • Bistro table service
  • Power sockets
  • Entertainment portal
Premium class: From €10 extra, with a Premium ticket you'll get:
  • All the standard class benefits
  • Large leather seats
  • Complimentary newspapers
  • Complimentary welcome drink (coffee, soft drink or prosecco)
Business class: From €33 extra, with a Business ticket you'll get:
  • All the standard and premium class benefits
  • More leg and elbow room
  • Table service
  • High quality, healthy Italian products
Executive class: Finally, with the highest tier of service available on Trenitalia trains you'll get:
  • All the standard, premium and business class benefits
  • Access to the FRECCIA Club, where you will be welcomed by members of staff
  • A private meeting room with 5 seats, and a 32-inch colour monitor
  • Stylish chairs with a 180° rotation

Best Time to Book Trenitalia Trains.

The further in advance you book your Trenitalia train tickets, the less money they'll cost you. The table below shows the differing cost of train tickets depending on how long before departure you book. Booking a month in advance can almost half the cost of most train tickets, so it's worth planning ahead!

Please note that the prices in the table are based on internal data of the average cost of Trenitalia tickets when booked in advance and was conducted in 2016. These prices may be subject to change.

Routes Today 1 day in advance 1 week in advance 2 weeks in advance 3 weeks in advance 1 month in advance
Milan to Rome trains €91 €91 €71 €62 €58 €57
Rome to Florence trains €41 €42 €34 €27 €27 €21
Milan to Venice trains €49 €52 €45 €37 €38 €33
Rome to Venice trains €88 €91 €62 €52 €50 €51
Naples to Milan trains €99 €102 €69 €63 €69 €61
Turin to Rome trains €92 €96 €78 €76 €72 €64
Florence to Milan trains €57 €55 €38 €39 €33 €33
Milan to Paris trains €123 €106 €94 €104 €74 €73

Trenitalia Discount and Deals

Trenitalia is always looking for ways to save customers money! See below for some of the latest offers which are now bookable with Omio.

  • Trenitalia 2 for 1 Offer Trenitalia is currently offering an exclusive deal that allows you to travel as a pair paying the price of just one ticket (base fare) on Saturdays. Tickets must be booked 48 hours before departure and can be purchased directly with Omio.
  • Insieme Group Travel Offer Traveling with friends and family? Trenitalia's Insieme deal is perfect for you! Groups of 2-5 passengers will receive 30% off. With Omio, you can book the Insieme ticket on more than 900 routes served by Trenitalia (see the terms and conditions below).

Insieme Offer Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions
This offer is valid on all national trains (Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, Intercity and ICN), in First and Second class, Business, Premium and Standard service levels as well as couchettes and sleeper cars. Regional trains, executive service level, excelsior carriages and Salottini seats are excluded from this offer.
Tickets must be purchased by midnight the day before travel. Select two to five passengers when booking the Insieme option.
Passengers must travel together on the same train, at the same time.
Seating is limited.
The Insieme ticket is non-refundable, can’t be changed and must be used on the train selected at time of purchase. If one or more members of the group isn’t present on the train, each traveller present using the same Insieme ticket is subject to a €10 fine.

Mini and Smart Rates for Traveling to Switzerland and France

  • Mini Prices: You can now travel by train in Switzerland from €9! Mini train tickets allow you to travel to Lugano, Bellinzona, and Lucerne for as little as €9 when you book a second-class ticket up to 21 days before departure. Mini train tickets also allow travelers to reach Geneva, Bern, and Basel with a second-class ticket for as little as €19.
  • Smart Prices:You can now travel by train in Switzerland from €19! Smart train tickets to Lugano, Bellinzona, Lucerne, and Zurich can be purchased for as little as €19 up to 14 days before departure.
  • Mini Group Prices: This is perfect for groups traveling to France! Receive 20-50% off of Trenitalia train tickets to Nice and Marseille while traveling in groups of 2-5 people.

Popular Trenitalia Routes

Trenitalia
Trains from Milan to Venice
Trenitalia
Trains from Venice to Rome
Trenitalia
Trains from Florence to Venice
Trenitalia
Trains from Venice to Milan

Introducing: Trenitalia’s New Direct Route Between Fiumicino Airport and Venice

From December 10, Trenitalia will offer 4 new trains between Venice and Fiumicino Airport per day, stopping at Padova, Bologna, Florence and Rome.

This new route allows customers to go directly to Venice from Fiumicino Airport airport— and vice versa— meaning carrying heavy baggage during a transfer will be a thing of the past!

Route Times

Rome Fiumicino - Florence 11:08 - 13:22
15:08 - 17:22
€29,00
Rome Fiumicino - Bologna 11:08 - 14:07
15:08 - 18:07
€29,00
Rome Fiumicino - Venice 15:08 - 19:35 €60,00
Genova - Rome Fiumicino 6:10 - 10:37 €39,00
Pisa - Rome Fiumicino 7:50 - 10:37 €29,00

Trenitalia Train Types

Trenitalia has four main train types, differentiated by speed, amenities and routes covered. The images below show the three different high-speed train types.


    Frecciarossa is the fastest type of Trenitalia train, reaching speeds of up to 300 km/h.
  • Traditional Frecciarossa trains (known as ETR 500) connect 15 cities in Italy including Milan, Rome, Bologna, Florence, Naples, and Turin.
  • Frecciarossa 1000 trains travel the Naples-Rome-Milan-Turin route 28 times per day.
  • All Trenitalia Frecciarossa trains include WiFi, power outlets, air conditioning, washrooms, luggage storage, restaurant and bar services.



  • Frecciargento is the second fastest type of Trenitalia train, reaching speeds of up to 250 km/h.
  • Frecciargento trains travel between Rome and northeastern and southeastern Italy, several times a day.
  • Frecciargento trains services include WiFi, power outlets, air conditioning, luggage storage, washrooms, a dining car, and seats reserved for the disabled.



    Frecciabianca is the third fastest type of Trenitalia train, also reaching speeds of up to 250 km/h.
  • Many Frecciabianca trains are Trenitalia Intercity trains which have been repurposed for high-speed travel.
  • Frecciabianca trains travel between many of Italy's biggest cities and along the Adriatic coast.
  • Frecciabianca runs approximately 86 trains per day and offers spacious seats, power outlets, washrooms, luggage storage and disabled seating.



    Intercity trains are slower than high-speed trains, but are still faster than local transport trains.
  • Trenitalia's Intercity trains connect approximately 200 cities throughout Italy.
  • Intercity Night trains travel overnight and serve the greater distances.
  • Intercity trains are equipped with air conditioning, washrooms, and disabled seating.
  • You can also take the regional trains which connect all of Italy's smaller areas, often frequented by commuters and students. Regional trains are operated by local companies.

Trenitalia: Frequently Asked Questions



The Omio App Makes Travel Planning Easy

We’ll get you where you want to go. From live train updates to mobile tickets, our innovative app is the ideal way to plan and keep track of your travel.

ios-badge
android-badge
Hand With Phone