Trenitalia e-tickets are a fast and convenient way to travel in beautiful Italy. Simply select the route of your choice and receive your confirmation including seat reservations in a matter of minutes. Enjoy high speed train service to the likes of Rome, Florence, Venice, Turin, Milan, Naples or any other domestic destination in Italy.
The Frecciarossa trains are the Trenitalia flagship products and travel along the lines between Turin and Salerno, connecting Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples along the way, between Naples and Venice, between Milan and Venice and Milan and Bari. The Frecciarossa trains travel along the high speed line between Turin and Salerno, connecting Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples along the way. The Frecciarossa offers frequent connections and fast service, traveling on high speed lines while reaching up to 300 km/h.
The Frecciargento trains can operate on both high speed and conventional train tracks and reach top speeds of up to 250 km/h. The Frecciargento offers maximum comfort to passengers and a great panoramic view as it passes across long stretches of the most stunning landscapes in Italy.
With 4 different service levels, reclining seats with outlet, complimentary Wi-Fi, modern design, exclusive technology and services, traveling for leisure or business is a complete pleasure.
Have a bite to eat any time during your trip in the bistro coach located in the middle of the train. Croissants, sandwiches, desserts, fruit salads, yogurts and quiches, as well as hot dishes, salads and delicatessens are available for a pleasant break.
In addition to regular luggage storage areas located on the trains, your luggage can be delivered almost anywhere in Italy for a small fee. The door to door luggage service is available for Frecciarossa and Frecciargento users in the following cities (Turin, Milan, Florence, Bologna, Naples, Rome, Salerno, Venice and Bari). At some Frecciarossa stations, porters can be booked to assist with your luggage. Different charges may apply and you may be required to pay on the spot for services. The total weight of your standard sized pieces of luggage must not exceed 25kg. The sum of the three dimensions for the pieces of luggage should not be larger than 250cm.
Regular trains marked with a bicycle sign will accept them on board for a small fee. It’s possible to carry your bicycle with you for free if you keep it in an appropriate bicycle bag. The bag has to be placed in the designated space on the train. Some international trains will also allow you to carry your bicycle. The dimension of the bike case cannot exceed 80x110x40 cm.
You are allowed to travel with your pet. There are no fees for bringing along an animal that remains in its travel container. The container must be smaller or equal to 70x30x50cm. Larger animals can travel with their owner as long as they have paid the price of a ticket for animals.
Assistance for people with reduced mobility includes services for individuals in a wheelchair, older people, pregnant women, visually impaired, hearing impaired and mentally handicapped travelers. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the dedicated Call Center at this local number 199 303060 not less than 24 hours before train departure.
Your Trenitalia e-ticket includes travel in a specific seat.
Receive your e-ticket as a PDF document, which you can print at home and is valid for travel.
The Colosseum (Rome)
The majestic Flavian Amphitheatre was the home of bloody roman spectacles. The construction is one of the largest amphitheatres ever built and stands proudly as a reminder of the Romans’ glory days.
The Canals of Venice (Venice)
Known as the City of Water, Venice is famous for its 3,800-meter long Grand Canal. Try the water buses or the more romantic gondolas to cross part of the city in an experience that can’t be replicated anywhere in the world.
The Leaning Tower (Pisa)
Yes. Pisa’s famous tower is leaning but, it wasn’t built that way by design. When it was under construction, the tower proved to be too much for its foundation and started sinking into the ground. The result is a gravity-defying tower that attracts thousands of curious every year.
Academy Gallery (Florence)
The Galleria dell’Accademia, is where you can admire what is perhaps the most famous statue in the World, Michelangelo’s original David. The Gallery houses other pieces from Michelangelo such as the unfinished San Matteo as well as paintings from the likes of Andrea Orcagna, Filippo Lippi and Sandro Botticelli.