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Frecciargento trains are high-speed trains operated by Trenitalia. Offering about 50 daily connections between Rome, Venice, Verona, Lecce, Reggio Calabria, Mantua and Genoa, they can reach speeds of 250 km/h.
Read on to find out more about Frecciargento’s popular routes, destinations, services and ticket fares and book your train tickets online with us.
This year, travelling by train with Frecciarossa and Frecciargento is even cheaper. With Trenitalia's Speciale Frecce, you can:
Wondering where Frecciargento’s high-speed trains can take you? Check out our map and plan your train trip in advance.
Frecciargento trains stand out for their comfort and modern design and come with first and second class. Frecciargento run on the following routes:
Trenitalia offers three types of train tickets to board Frecciargento trains – Super Economy, Economy and Base. Ticket prices depend on the class, travel date and number of seats available.
The Super Economy ticket fare is the cheapest yet least flexible option for travelling on Frecciargento trains – you can’t change your ticket nor ask for a refund once booked. Visit our Trenitalia Super Economy tickets page to find out more.
The Economy ticket is another cheap option offered by Trenitalia, but it’s more flexible than the Super Economy fare – you can change your travel date and time only once before your departure. Learn more on our page about Trenitalia Economy tickets.
Trenitalia Base tickets correspond to the standard full-price tickets and are the most flexible ticket type – you can change your travel date and time as much as you want before your departure. For more information, check out our Trenitalia Base Fare Tickets page.
On Frecciargento trains you can choose to travel either on first or second class. Keep reading to discover all the available services.
Both classes offer the following services:
Each Frecciargento train has two First Class carriages with large leather armchairs, reclining tables, reading lights and plenty of legroom and space for luggage. You can also enjoy a welcome service with snacks and drinks and a free newspaper of your choice.
Need more information on Frecciargento First Class? Check out our dedicated page to Trenitalia First Class.
Frecciargento Second Class carriages offer large faux leather armchairs arranged in rows of four, and come with plenty of space for luggage.
Frecciargento are Pendolino tilting trains and can be of three types – ETR 600, ETR 485 and the new ETR 700.
ETR 700 is the new Frecciargento train that is currently operating on the Adriatic coast from Milan to Bari. This train can reach speeds of up to 250 km/h and offers fast onboard WiFi and USB sockets at every seat, as well as three classes – Business, Premium and Standard.
This type of train consists of seven carriages, two first-class and five second-class (including a bar/dining car).
Frecciargento ETR 485 trains have nine carriages – three are first-class, five are second-class and one is a bar/dining car.
Want to connect to the onboard WiFi for free? Here’s all the information you need to know.
If you want to use Frecciargento’s onboard WiFi, simply connect to the ‘WIFI Frecciargento’ network, launch your internet browser and register on the Frecce Portal. The WiFi service on Frecciargento trains is free and provided by TIM via the 3G / 4G network.
The onboard entertainment offer includes:
Frecciarossa trains are the flagship trains of Trenitalia's high-speed service. They can reach a speed of 300 km/h and make about 187 daily connections with frequent departures across Italy. Frecciarossa operates on the routes from Turin to Salerno, Venice to Turin, Trieste to Turin and Milan to Bari.
Frecciabianca trains offer about 42 daily connections and can reach the maximum speed of 200 km/h. Frecciabianca operates on traditional lines that are not reached by the high-speed network. Frecciabianca operates on the routes from Milan to Taranto, Venice to Bologna, Rome to Reggio Calabria, Genoa to Rome and Turin to Ancona routes.