Florence to Naples Train Information
Connecting Italian cities of unparalleled charm, Florence and Naples, the high-speed Italo train is one of the best options for Italy travel. With over ten daily departures, the bullet train provides a safe and comfortable journey, as well as some picturesque views along the way. The high-speed Florence to Naples train completes its route in around three hours and offers modern amenities, as well as several train classes for your convenience. Using Rail Ninja, you can find more information on the route and easily purchase your Florence to Naples train tickets.
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Is there a direct train from Florence to Naples?
Yes, there is a direct Florence to Naples bullet train run by Italo Treno, though it makes a very short stop at Rome to pick up new travelers. The road takes 3 hours, so Florence to Naples train is one of the fastest and most comfortable ways to travel between these two Italian cities.
Which station in Florence goes to Naples?
From Florence Santa Maria Novella train station you can take Italo Treno bullet train that will carry you to Naples through Rome. The trains depart every hour with the first one at 07:43, so you’ll be able to easily choose the time that suits you best.
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Florence to Naples Train Timetable
Florence to Naples Train Review & Rating
Had no problems while booking the tickets whatsoever. Great fast train
Caroline M. about traveling from Florence to Naples
Popular Train Routes From Florence and Naples
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