What kind of trains do they take in Trenitalia?
Trenitalia trains are generally split into long-distance trains – Frecciarossa and Frecciargento (both high-speed trains), Frecciabianca and Intercity trains – and Regional trains.
When to buy ordinaria train tickets in Trenitalia?
While you can book the other tickets up to six months in advance – the sooner you book, the cheaper they’ll be – you don’t need to buy Ordinaria tickets ahead of time, unless you want peace of mind. Still unsure about which train ticket is right for you? Here’s a recap of Trenitalia’s different ticket types:
Can you change the date of a Trenitalia ticket?
Trenitalia allows you to change the date or time of your ticket only once, but it must be for the same type of train and class. Typically, you’ll also be required to pay the price difference between your current ticket and the full-price ticket of the train you’ll be travelling on.
Are there any high speed trains in Italy?
Regional Trains in Italy. While high-speed trains are usually the best choice for getting around Italy, not every city is served by Trenitalia’s AV trains or Italo. Most cities and towns in Italy are served by what are called “regional” trains, which are slower and often older trains. There are a few different names for regional trains in Italy,…
Which is the biggest train station in Rome?
One special amenity is ItaliaRail’s very own VIP station oasis, the ItaliaPass Lounge, at the start of Track 25. Roma Termini is Rome’s biggest train station, and one of Europe’s largest as well. There are 29 platforms and daily service to cities all over Italy as well as elsewhere in Europe.
How do you get to Roma Termini by tube?
To get to Roma Termini I took the tube and stopped at Termini, the tube stop is under the train station. Simply follow the sign ‘train station’ ( stazione ferroviaria) and you’ll find yourself in the main entrance, with Piazza dei Cinquecento on your left.