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When travelling by train in Italy, Italo is the popular train company of choice for high-speed journeys. Travelling mainly from Milan to Salerno and from Turin to Venice, all Italo trains offer free WiFi, three ticket options, four different classes and plenty of deals and discounts.

Want to buy an Italo train ticket or looking for Italo train times? Simply pick your origin, destination and date of travel in our Journey Planner to check times and prices. Your next train trip in Italy is just a few clicks away.

Italo train map

Are you planning to travel with Italo but you’re not sure where the Italian high-speed train can take you? No worries, simply use our map and discover which routes are served by Italo trains.

A train every 30 minutes on the Milan to Rome route

About 40-50 trains connect Milan to Rome every 30 minutes every day. There’s now a new train departing from Milan Central Station at 06:00 and arriving at Roma Termini at 08:59.

New connections between Naples and Venice

There’s a new Italo train connecting Naples to Venice. Departure times are 07:50 from Napoli Centrale and 11:00 and 14:00 from Venezia Santa Lucia.

New trains between Venice and Rome

New trains are available between Venice and Rome with the following departure times – 06:15 and 09:15 from Roma Termini and 08:00, 11:00 and 19:00 from Venezia Santa Lucia.

Italo train tickets

There are three different types of Italo train tickets – Flex, Economy and Low Cost. Ticket prices vary based on the class, travel date and number of seats available. Read on to pick the most suitable ticket type for you.

Low Cost

As the name may suggest, this is the cheapest Italo ticket fare, which gives you fantastic value for money. There’s little flexibility with Low Cost tickets though, so we advise you to be completely sure about the train you want to be on. You can change the date and time of your ticket, but refunds and changes will cost you 50% of your ticket plus the difference of the new ticket.


Still a cheap Italo train ticket, the Economy ticket gives you the opportunity to modify your ticket for a much lower price than you would with the Low Cost ticket. Changes to the time and date can be made at the cost of 20% of the ticket, with cancellation costing 40% of the price of the ticket.


Being the most flexible ticket type, you can change the date, time and name of a Flex ticket as much as you want before your travel date, completely free of charge! You can also cancel the ticket at the cost of 20% of its original price.

Italo train classes

All Italo trains offer four classes with different levels of comfort Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive. Discover which class is the right one for you below.



Smart is Italo’s standard and cheapest class, but that doesn’t mean you miss out on the great service! It provides you with free WiFi, leather seats and a food carriage supplying hot and cold drinks and snacks. What’s more, there’s also a cinema carriage that will play current movies, making those long trips a little more enjoyable!


Extra space, free WiFi, leather seats – the Comfort Class is as affordable as the Smart one, but also offers the same comfort as First Class (Prima). If you want to sit back and relax during your journey, travelling in Comfort is the best option for you!


Prima is Italo’s first class – you enjoy Fast Track through the luggage check, an onboard welcome service, complimentary hot and cold beverages, snacks and free WiFi. Seats in Prima Class are also wider, more comfortable and have power sockets, reading lights and a glove compartment.

Club Executive

Travelling in the Club Executive class gives you a premium experience throughout your journey. Enjoy complimentary entry to the Italo Club lounges at all major train stations, plus Fast Track through security. There’s also a dedicated catering service, with drinks and snacks provided throughout the trip. To keep you entertained, there are TV screens in every seat, displaying movies and TV shows on-demand.


Italo has recently introduced a new service called Italobus, which connects the main Italian train stations with some Italian cities by bus. The bus stops are always close to the train stations too, meaning you can take an Italo train and then continue your journey with Italobus to the following destinations.

Italo Bus Mappa

Italo Live Portal

Enjoy Italo’s entertainment options during your journey and connect to Italo Live Portal with the onboard WiFi – you can watch over 130 Italian and international movies, read books and newspapers, check live news and weather forecasts. Travelling with Italo train has never been so enjoyable!

Good to know

Simple, through our website or app! Use our Journey Planner at the top of the page and select where and when you want to travel. Take a look at the different ticket prices and classes and once you’re happy, you can book your ticket in just a few clicks!

Italo trains are owned by the Italian company Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV), Europe’s first private open access train company. It was founded in 2006.

If you want to use Italo’s onboard WiFi, you need to sign in to Italo Live Portal and use your ticket code to authenticate yourself.

Italo trains can reach speeds of up to 250 km/h, which ensures you reach your destination in the quickest possible way. For example, the journey time from Milan to Bologna with an Italo train is about 1h.

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