Italy - Trenitalia : Train Types

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Train Types

Le Frecce

Trenitalia has 3 types of high speed trains, referred to collectively as “Le Frecce”.

 

Frecciarossa

Connects Milan, Bologna, Rome, Naples, Florence, Venice, Bari, Trieste and Salerno on the high speed line.

Frecciarossa 1000 trains travel up to 300km/h.

Features:

  • Free WiFi connection and online entertainment portal with free movies and music
  • Power outlets at seat
  • FRECCIA Bistro bar car offering a selection of food and beverage
  • At-seat food service trolley offering snacks and hot & cold drinks for purchase
  • 4 classes of service - Executive, Business, Premium and Standard 
  • Freccia Club Lounges: Available in select cities offering Free WiFi, newspaper, and taxi booking services for your arrival destination

  

 

Frecciargento

Tilting train that run on high-speed and conventional tracks.

 

Features:

  • Free WiFi and online entertainment portal
  • Power outlets
  • Bar car: Travelers can purchase hot & cold dishes, as well as snacks, rolls, tea and coffee
  • 1st Class & 2nd Class

Frecciabianca

Runs on conventional lines outside of the high speed network

 

Features:

  • Spacious reclining seats
  • Power sockets at seat
  • Bar car: Travelers can purchase hot & cold dishes, as well as snacks, rolls, tea and coffee
  • 1st Class & 2nd Class

Freccia Club Lounges

Available in select cities offering Free WiFi, newspaper, and taxi booking services for your arrival destination.

InterCity & Regional

InterCity & Regional trains connect major cities and smaller towns in Italy.

Onboard

  • First class: 2+1 reclining seats. Not all Regional trains offer First class.
  • Second class: 2+2 reclining seats
  • Power outlets

 

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