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Italian very fast trains

In Italy Frecciarossa trains connect Turin, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples, and Salerno... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2016
Rome, Italy
Dirt and useless plugs

The train is dirty (crumbles, dust, spilt coke) and the plugs are useless (in the first class... read more

Reviewed 11 September 2016
Elisa A
via mobile
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

In Italy Frecciarossa trains connect Turin, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples, and Salerno, while Italo's fast trains connect Turin, Milan, Venice, Padua, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples, and Salerno. I often travel Rome - Milan and viceversa in 2 hours and 45 minutes! Second class is...More

3  Thank MaxBerardi
Reviewed 11 September 2016 via mobile

The train is dirty (crumbles, dust, spilt coke) and the plugs are useless (in the first class) since the space between them and the seat is not enough to insert your charger! You cannot use your mobile nor your laptop

1  Thank Elisa A
Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

We pretty much got what we expected from this train ride. We had coach seats. They were pretty comfortable, and did recline a little. Our train ride was at 7am so we were glad to see that they offered coffee and snacks at the food...More

3  Thank austin_and_inna
Reviewed 11 June 2016

I took this high speed train from Rome to Florence and back in one day. I did the Executive class and both ways I was the only one on and had the concierge to myself - having complimentary drinks and food. This is a must...More

Thank glenuehlein
Reviewed 22 May 2016

For a day out,I went from Rome to Naples.I went down by regional train which took 2hrs 40 mins.Looked around Naples,a dirty neglected city,and then took the Frecciarossa [red arrow] high speed train back to Rome.Amazing speed of 292 Klms. in comfort was achieved for...More

4  Thank Karl P
Reviewed 4 April 2016

The train offered everything I needed - we were in economy 2nd class. Seats were comfortable, there were no dodgy people or beggars on the train (unlike on other local Italian trains), the tickets were affordable, the ride was quick for the distance travelled.

1  Thank Elaine C
Reviewed 21 October 2015

The trains run on time ALWAYS! Be there early because you can check where your car will be and it could take a while to walk down the platform. The platform numbers come up better than they did in the past. The trains have lost...More

1  Thank Francuzza
Reviewed 11 July 2015

We spent nearly $2000 for Eurail passes and reservation fees for a family of 4 (plus one "free" child under 12 so 5 people total but only 4 we had to pay for) for "5" days of travel between France/Italy/Austria/added a 4th country never went...More

4  Thank familywith3boys
Reviewed 26 August 2014

First thing, just upgrade to first class, otherwise you are treated like cattle, in uncomfortable and inhospitable cars. Next, we took a train from Rome to Salerno & Salerno to Rome (amalfi coast day trip), the train coming back from Salerno into Roma Termini was...More

4  Thank Chihawksdan
Reviewed 1 July 2014

This was our first time travelling by train thru Europe by ourselves and we a little nervous. We caught the train in Ashford and were met by their rep and guided to our seat ( excellent service). We travelled first class as there wasn't much...More

2  Thank braddo5041
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only
way to describe the Esquilino neighbourhood. The
Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas
in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s
famous seven hills. From an ancient neighbourhood to
its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub,
Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot
vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
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Kathleen N
24 May 2017|
Response from MaxBerardi | Reviewed this property |
Yes go to trenitalia and u will find out all possible solution and timing of trains
1 October 2016|
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Response from Francuzza | Reviewed this property |
That's right. So expect that when you travel. I have yet to hve a late train...although they often change the platforms if you are not paying attention!