Italian trains: Italo

Italian trains: Italo

Italo, high speed trains serving main cities like Venice, Rome, Milan, Florence etc with best comfort.

  • Florence - Rome: 01:32
  • Book early, save up to 80%
  • Book up to 120 days in advance
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Italian trains: Italo

Overview

Italian trains: Italo

Italo is the high speed train operated by a second railway company in Italy, NTV (Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori). Italo is a beautiful and modern red train, travelling at up to 360km/h. It connects major Italian cities like Rome, Napoli, Florence and Milan. Italo’s design, comfort, onboard services awaken the pleasure of train travel. Wi-Fi Internet everywhere on board and small cozy business class lounges, refined cuisine… such are the treats which await you on board the Italo. Italo is one of the most modern trains in the world. Compared to a classic high speed train, it consumes 30% less energy, thus promoting actions which will improve eco-sustainability. If you have purchased a rail pass which includes Italy, please note that Passholder fares are not offered for Italo trains. If you have an Italo ticket from/to Florence, you can benefit from free travel on the Ataf network (buses, tramvia 1) 24 hours before or after your travel date. Please note that if the number of infants exceeds the number of adults, any additional infant will be charged at a child’s rate.

More details

If you are looking for comfort, safety and value for money to visit Italy’s main cities, look no further. Italo is the perfect way to discover Italy by train. Privately operated by NTV, Italo trains have an avant-garde look and feel, almost inviting you to jump on board hit the rails immediately. Learn more


Practical information


There is no check in or customs procedures prior to boarding Italo trains. However ticket control or ID checks can occur randomly on board. For any assistance, queries or requests please refer to the Casa Italo counters.

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Booking :
  • Italian trains: Italo tickets are open for booking 120 days ahead.
  • Get the lowest prices by booking early and don’t wait until the last minute as cheaper seats sell the fastest.
  • Opt for off-peak trains when you have to travel short notice. They are more affordable than morning and evening trains along with those running on holiday eves, Friday and Sunday afternoon.

A class apart

Onboard

Classes of service

Classes and facilities offered by Italo
First classFirst class Second class
Carrier’s designationName of class of service as you might see on your ticket. Club Prima Smart
Business lounge at station Get the ultimate treat before any trip, or simply an ideal place to continue working.
Video screens Ideal for entertainment, some coaches are equipped with screens.
Welcome drink Nothing more refreshing than being welcomed by a drink from the friendly staff.
Reclining seats Cosy with more legroom, reclining seats are ideal to enjoy the trip.
Comfortable seats Spacious leather seats with a headrest and generous legroom.
Snacks and beverages Whenever you feel peckish, you can buy something on board to eat or drink.
Power sockets Ideal to plug your laptop, phone or any electronic device from your seat.
Service crew For any question or help, a hostess/steward is present on board.
WiFi Internet Enjoy the freedom to read your emails, surf and listen to online music thanks to the wireless internet on board.

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