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Contacts of the railway operator «Trenitalia»
|Main Services:||rail transport in Italy (Italian Railways)|
|Phones:||Calls from Italy: 89 20 21 (call center)
Calls from Italy: 199 89 20 21
Calls from Italy: 06 30 00
Calls from abroad: +39 06 684 754 75
|Trenitalia official website in English:||Trenitalia.com|
Frecciarossa train routes
- Turin — Milan — Reggio Emilia AV — Bologna — Florence — Rome — Naples — Salerno: a total of over 110 trains per day, some of which have an extended service that continues north to Brescia, in the central part of the country to Arezzo and Perugia, and south to Potenza and Taranto;
- Venice — Padua — Bologna — Florence — Rome — Naples — Salerno: 26 trains per day, a total of 40 trains run between Venice and Rome every day when Frecciargento trains are added to the list, including 10 fast service trains to guarantee that the connection between Rome and Padua takes only 2 hours 59 minutes and only 3 hours 15 minutes from Rome to Venice. In the near future, it is planned to expand the regular train routes on Udine and direct links to Fiumicino Airport.
- Bergamo-Brescia-Verona-Bologna-Rome: 2 trains per day
- Trieste / Udine — Venice — Padua — Vicenza — Verona — Brescia — Milan: 48 trains per day, 8 of which extended the regular route to and from Turin, and 2 directly connect Venice, Padua, Verona and Milan with Genoa. In addition to the services offered by «Trenitalia» in the north of the country, another 6 Milan-Turin trains run daily.
- Bolzano — Trento — Rovereto — Verona — Brescia — Milan: 2 trains per day
- Turin / Milan — Reggio Emilia AV — Bologna — Rimini — Ancona — Pescara — Foggia — Bari — Lecce: 6 trains per day, including 2 to Pescara, 2 to Bari and 2 to Lecce.
Frecciabianca train routes
- 8 trains connect northern Italy and the main cities of the Adriatic coast with Bari and Lecce.
- 12 trains connect towns on the coast of Tuscany and Liguria with Rome, and some go to Milan and Turin;
- 4 trains connect Rome with the main stations in Campania, Basilicata and Calabria;
- Two trains connect Rome with the Adriatic coast.
- 12 trains Rome — Genoa with an extended route to Turin (2 trains) or Milan (2 trains);
- 8 trains between Milan / Venice and the Adriatic coast:
- 2 trains Milan — Lecce;
- 2 trains Milan — Bari;
- 4 trains Venice — Lecce;
- 4 trains Rome — Naples — Salerno — Paola — Lamezia — Reggio Calabria;
- 2 trains Rome — Terni — Foligno — Pesaro — Rimini — Ravenna.
Frecciargento train routes
— 14 trains from Rome to Verona continuing to Bergamo and Brescia (2 trains), Vicenza (2 trains) or Trento and Bolzano (10 trains); 2 trains Bolzano-Rome go to Sibari with stops in Naples, Afragola, Salerno, Scalea and Paola;
— 2 trains from Rome to Mantua with stops in Florence, Bologna, Modena and Carpi.
— 14 trains between Milan and the Adriatic coast:
- 4 trains a day from Milan to Ancona;
- 2 trains a day from Milan to Pescara;
- 4 trains a day from Milan to Bari, 2 more trains to Taranto;
- 4 trains a day from Milan to Lecce;
— 10 trains between Rome and Puglia:
- 6 trains from Rome to Lecce with stops in Caserta, Benevento, Foggia, Barletta, Bari and Brindisi.
- 2 trains from Rome to Foggia, stopping at Caserta and Benevento.
- 2 trains from Rome to Bari, stopping at Caserta, Benevento and Barletta.
- In addition, there are 2 additional non-stop trains between Rome and Bari on weekends with extended connections to Lecce.
— 2 trains from Fiumicino airport to Genoa with stops in Rome, Florence, Pisa and La Spezia.
— 4 trains from Rome to Reggio Calabria stopping at Naples Afragola, Salerno, Paola, Lamezia Terme, Rosarno and Villa SG.