Destinations & Timetable
Italo high speed has arrived on a new route: travel between Milan and Venice with prices starting at just €9.90!
From 1 May 2018 a host of new stops
With Italo you can stop at Brescia, Desenzano, Peschiera del Garda, Verona, Vicenza, Padova e Venezia Mestre leaving both from Milano Centrale and Venezia (Venice) S.Lucia.
More connections, faster journeys
Up to 14 connections per day on the Milan-Venice route will be introduced by 1 July 2018 allowing you to reach the centre of each city in just 2 hours and 25 minutes.
Naples - Venice, 3 new connections
One new daily departure from Naples, leaving at 7.50 am arriving at Venice Santa Lucia at 1 pm. The other way around, new departure from Venice at 11 am and 2 pm. Arriving at Napoli Centrale at 4 pm and 7.25 pm.
More trains between Venice and Rome
2 new departures in the morning from Rome Termini at 6.15 and 9.15 am arriving at Venice Santa Lucia at 10 am and 1 pm rispectively. The first departure from Venice are at 8.00, 10.00 and 11.00 am arriving at Rome at 11.46 am, 1.45 and 2.45 pm rispectively. The last departure from Venice is at 7 pm arriving at Rome at 10.45 pm.
3 more connections between Ferrara - Naples
We’ve added two new trains leaving Naples at 6.55 am and 9.45 am with arrival at Ferrara at 10.57 am and 1.57 pm respectively whilst you can now also leave Ferrara at 6.59 pm and arrive at Napoli Centrale at 11.10 pm.
Bologna is better connected than ever
In March we’ve added two new trains between Bologna, Rome and Naples: departing at 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm with arrival at Roma Termini at 7.45 pm and 9.45 pm respectively and then arriving at Naples at 9.05 pm and 11.10 pm. Vice versa you can leave Napoli Centrale at 6.55 am and 9.45 am, or Roma Termini at 8.15 am and 11.15 am reaching Bologna at 10.30 am and 1.30 pm.
Milan – Rome: a train every 30 minutes and new No Stop connections
Now there are even more connections between Rome and Milan, with an increase from 40 to 50 a day, including a train every 30 minutes during the middle of the day. We’ve also added several new NO STOP services, including one which departs Milan at 6.00 am and arrives at Rome’s Roma Termini at 8.59 am.
Turin, Milan to Rome
For those heading back to Rome in the late evening, there’s also good news with the introduction of a service departing Turin and 7.25 pm and Milan at 8.35 pm, arriving in the Italian capital shortly after midnight.
Rome – Naples have never been so close
4 new departures from Naples at 5.50, 6.45, 6.55 and 7.20 am arriving at Rome Termini at 7.05, 7.55, 8.05 and 8.30 am. For who want to come back, new departures from Rome at 7.25, 7.58, 8.15 e 8.30 pm arriving at Napoli Centrale at 8.35, 9.05, 9.25 e 9.40 pm rispectively.
More connections between Turin and Milan and Naples
Turin, an important business destination, now offers 18 services a day to Milan.
Italo stops at
Milan Rho Fiera
With Italo you can arrive directly at Fiera Milano (the Milan Fair complex) with a special stop made at the station Milano Rho Fiera during the following major events:
- SALONE INTERNAZIONALE DEL MOBILE (DESIGN FAIR) 17-22 April 2018
- XYLEXPO 8-12 May 2018
- INNOVATION ALLIANCE 29 May - 1 June 2018
*When purchasing your ticket you will need to choose either Milano Centrale or Rogoredo as the destination, however Italo will make a special stop at Milano Rho Fiera.
A combined bus-train ticket for new destinations
Italobus brings High Speed connections to yet more cities throughout Italy with one handy ticket allowing you to start your journey by train and complete it in an Italo-branded bus. This service, offering the renowned Italo standards of comfort, connects cities within the Reggio Emilia station network with a host of towns in the Mediopadana area of Northern Italy; in the Trento area with Verona; in the area of Bergamo with Milan (via Milan Rogoredo station) and, in the south, cities in Campania, Basilicata, Apulia and Calabria with Salerno rail station.
The high speed Italo service connects three lines:
Turin-Salerno, with intermediate stops in Milan, Reggio Emilia (Mediopadana station), Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples Afragola and Naples
Venice-Salerno, with intermediate stops in Padua, Rovigo, Ferrara, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples Afragola and Naples
Brescia-Naples, with intermediate stops in Verona, Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples Afragola
Turin-Venice, with intermediate stops in Milan, Brescia, Desenzano del Garda, Peschiera del Garda, Verona, Vicenza, Padua and Mestre
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.
In total, we connect 17 Italian cities and 22 stations:
- Porta Susa
- Porta Nuova
- Porta Nuova
- Santa Lucia
- Santa Maria Novella