Italo High-Speed Train

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Italo high-speed trains connect a total of 13 major Italian cities and are the number one choice when traveling on train from Rome to Florence and other popular train routes in Italy. There are 4 Italo train seat classes: Smart, Comfort, Prima, and Club Executive, equipped with reclining leather seats with tables, footrests, and power sockets, provide free WiFi and generous luggage space. Drinks and snacks can be purchased from onboard vending machines. Moreover, passengers traveling in the cinema coach can enjoy entertaining multimedia on high definition 19-inch screens. You may find answers to some of the F.A.Q about the train below.

Why travel with the Italo Train?

Without a doubt, this bullet train is among the most favored transportation options by travelers, as its overall trip duration times rival those of planes and its great onboard amenities provide comfort, not to mention other perks, such as fair prices. The Italo is quick, modern, well-equipped, departs and arrives from/to central stations which are set in the heart of town (omitting the need to make your way to the airports in the outskirts).


What train is better Trenitalia or Italo?

The Italo is the best Italy train available as of today, offering the top amenities and service. The second most popular rail options in the country are train brands of the governmental train operator Trenitalia, which offer simpler yet also good trains.

How fast is the Italo train?

The Italo train speed can reach 300 kilometers per hour (186 mph), explaining its super quick trip duration times. The modern high-speed Italo train is a fast and comfortable travel choice, offering a wide network of routes and departures to select from.

Who is the owner of the Italo train?

The Italo bullet trains are operated by the private NTV (Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori) company, whereas the other train brands like Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, Intercity, among others, are run by the state-owned Trenitalia.

How far in advance can you buy Italo train tickets?

Among the easiest ways how to reserve a spot on the Italo train is by getting tickets online on platforms such as Rail Ninja on which it is possible to make bookings for departure dates that are as far as 2 years in advance, making planning your future trip easy and worry-free.


How to book multiple tickets on the Italo train?

When making a booking of Italo train tickets, say, on the Rail Ninja platform, indicate the number of people in the "passengers" field if there's more than one traveler. It is also possible to book roundtrip tickets and multidestination routes.


How to choose your seats on the Italo train?

Based on the coach class you select, there are different seat arrangements, i.e. 2 by 2 in the Standard (or Smart) Class, and 1 by 2 in the rest. Some seats are set around tables. When booking your tickets on Rail Ninja, you can leave a seat preferences note, and provided the availability, we will book it for you.


How to get seats that face each other on the Italo train?

If you want such a spot on the train, you need to book seats which are placed around tables. As a rule, there are 8 seats like this in every car of Standard Class (a.k.a Smart), and 6 each in the rest of the classes. When booking tickets on Rail Ninja, you may indicate your seat preference, and we'll do what we can to get the best available option.

How far ahead do you have to arrive for the Italo train?

It is advisable to be at the station at least 30 minutes before the scheduled departure time for passing security checks, finding the platform, and boarding the train.


How to check in on Italo train tickets?

There's no need to register for the train, for example, as it is required on flights. Keep in mind, though, that there are certain Italo train luggage regulations, they are not as strict as those on planes (f.i. you're allowed to bring your own food and drinks), yet it is best to get acquainted with the rules before your trip.

Route
Rome - Padua
Naples - Reggio Emilia
Bologna - Padua
Florence - Brescia
Bologna - Reggio Emilia
Milan - Reggio Emilia
Venice - Padua
Turin - Bologna
Turin - Reggio Emilia
Florence - Turin
Turin - Padua
Rome - Reggio Emilia
Verona - Rome
Bologna - Ferrara
Bolzano - Florence
Venice - Turin
Trento - Bologna
Trento - Bolzano
Trento - Verona
Trento - Rome
Trento - Florence
Bolzano - Verona
Bolzano - Bologna
Bolzano - Rome
Vicenza - Venice
Vicenza - Padua
Vicenza - Milan
Verona - Bologna
Vicenza - Brescia
Vicenza - Turin
Lake Garda (Peschiera) - Vicenza
Lake Garda (Peschiera) - Milan
Lake Garda (Peschiera) - Verona
Lake Garda (Peschiera) - Brescia
Lake Garda (Peschiera) - Venice
Lake Garda (Peschiera) - Turin
Lake Garda (Peschiera) - Padua
Lake Garda (Desenzano) - Milan
Lake Garda (Desenzano) - Turin
Verona - Padua
Naples - Brescia
Verona - Turin
Milan - Salerno
Florence - Salerno
Florence - Padua
Florence - Ferrara
Florence - Reggio Emilia
Milan - Brescia
Venice - Ferrara
Venice - Brescia
Milan - Padua
Turin - Salerno
Turin - Brescia
Verona - Brescia
Bologna - Salerno
Rome - Brescia
Bologna - Brescia
Rome - Ferrara
Padua - Ferrara
Padua - Brescia
Reggio Emilia - Salerno
Verona - Naples
Naples - Padua
Lake Garda (Desenzano) - Brescia
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Customer reviews

  • The seats on the Italo train were comfortable with enough leg space and place to put handbags, the WiFi worked well on board. I would use this train again.
    Johnathan Boyle