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Check out what’s new to the winter timetable
With the new timetable, Italo expands its number of services to many more cities from 15 December onwards. Check out what’s new.
Milan - Rome, closer than ever
From 15 December, 10 new non-stop trains provide 64 daily connections between the two cities.
The new services are available the whole day: starting from 6.30am (with the Rome-Milan train, allowing passengers to arrive in time to start the working day), through the early afternoon (with one train leaving Milan Central station at 2.15pm and another at 3.05pm from Rome Termini station), right up to the evening with a new train from Termini departing at 8.05pm. Rome and Milan will now be connected by 64 trains daily, including the non-stop services.
Getting to Bologna is easier than ever!
With the new timetable, Italo expands its number of services from 15 December to the capital of Emilia-Romagna, with 74 daily connections.
These services, scheduled to start by March 2020, will open up more travel possibilities for Bologna passengers to travel to Milan or Rome at various times throughout the day. For example, the number of trains between Milan and Bologna will increase to 49, while those on the Rome-Bologna route will rise to 81, a line now run by Italo trains every 15 minutes.
News on connections
From Milan, two new departures to Venice (7.35am and 7.35pm) and another two from Venice to Milan Central station (leaving Venice Santa Lucia at 7.57am and 6.57pm), bringing the daily total of trains between these two cities to 18, two destinations for many commuters as well as tourists from Italy and broad who use Italo every day to visit the two stunning regional capitals. But it doesn’t end there for Venice - there will be two new connections with Rome as well, bringing the number of daily trains between the two cities to 22, and the total of Italo daily services connecting Venice to the rest of the network to 40.
Milan boasts 75 daily Italo connections with Turin, Brescia, Desenzano, Peschiera, Vicenza, Padua, Venice, Reggio Emilia, Bologna, Florence Santa Maria Novella, Rome, Naples and Salerno. Within March 2020 will be 32 non-stop trains between Milan and Rome, letting passengers get to their destination in less than 3 hours.
All Italo trains lead to Rome! With 91 daily connections with Rome, Italo trains link the Eternal City to the rest of the railway network: Salerno, Naples, Florence SMN, Bologna, Reggio Emilia, Milan, Turin, Padua, Venice, Ferrara, Rovigo, Udine, Pordenone, Conegliano, Treviso, Bergamo, Brescia, Verona, Rovereto, Trento and Bolzano. The Rome-Milan train route is particularly busy, a popular choice for business travellers every day. 24 non-stop trains between the two cities, taking under 3 hours to take passengers from Rome to Milan, with a train every 30 minutes during peak hours.
The Florence Santa Maria Novella (SMN) station, in the heart of the historic centre, is a stop for 62 Italo services every day. Italo trains connect Florence SMN to the rest of the railway network, linking the capital city of Tuscany to Rome, Naples, Salerno in the southward bound journeys, and Bologna, Reggio Emilia, Milan, Turin, Venice, Padua, Ferrara, Rovigo, Udine, Pordenone, Conegliano, Treviso, Bergamo, Brescia, Verona, Rovereto, Trento and Bolzano in northward bound journeys.
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.
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