Italo is the high speed train which connects major Italian cities like Rome, Napoli, Florence and Milan.
The high speed Italo service connects three lines:
- Turin-Salerno, with intermediate stops in Milan, Reggio Emilia (Mediopadana station), Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples
- Venice-Salerno, with intermediate stops in Padua, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples
- Brescia-Naples, with intermediate stops in Verona, Bologna, Florence, Rome
Milan, Rome, Turin and Venice provide different stations to plan your next travels, all of which with optimal locations: Centrale and Rogoredo in Milan; Termini and Tiburtina in Rome; Mestre and Santa Lucia in Venice, Porta Susa and Porta Nuova in Turin.
Rail Passes: Rail Passes are not valid for travel on the Italo trains. You’ll need to purchase a train ticket for your trip.