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Trenitalia receives Rina's Biosafety Trust Certification

Trenitalia recently became the first railway operator in the world to obtain Rina's Biosafety Trust Certification, which recognises the extremely high standard of health and safety protocols in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus on board their trains.

As of 1st September 2021, possessing a Green Pass is mandatory to travel with Frecce, InterCity, Eurocity, and Euronight trains, as well as FrecciaLink buses, except for those who have been excluded from the vaccination campaign due to their age and those who cannot be vaccinated. You'll be asked to show your QR code on board.
The Green Pass is not compulsory when travelling with Trenitalia's regional trains, including Malpensa Express and Leonardo express. Read our travel safety guidance for more information.

Trains in Italy are primarily run by Trenitalia. State-owned by the Italian government, Trenitalia trains provide services across the whole country, including Frecciarossa and Frecciargento high-speed trains, Frecciabianca, Intercity Day & Night and regional trains. Trenitalia also runs services to and from Rome Fiumicino International Airport, served by Leonardo Express, as well as journeys within the Cinque Terre, served by the Cinque Terre Express.

This page will take you through everything you need to know about Trenitalia, including:

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New Frecciarossa trains from Milan to Paris

Good news! You can now travel direct from Milan to Paris on a high-speed Frecciarossa train operated by Trenitalia. Frecciarossa 1000 trains take you from Milan Central station to Paris Gare de Lyon and call at Torino Porta Susa and Lyon Part Dieu too!

What’s more, you can enjoy plenty of amenities on board, including comfy seats, free WiFi, reading lights, at-seat power sockets, and lots of luggage space.

Trenitalia map 2021

Trenitalia trains cover the length and breadth of Italy. From the Alps in the north to the Mediterranean in the south, there's so much of this wonderful country to explore. Check out our Trenitalia map below for an overview of the Trenitalia network – we've provided some key routes covered by both high-speed and regional services.

Depending on your journey, you’ll be travelling on Le Frecce, Intercity or Regional trains. Here are some of the most popular routes served by the different Trenitalia trains –

  • Rome to Naples – this is one of our most popular routes and is served primarily by Frecciarossa (the red line on the map). You can also take an Intercity or regional train for this route, but your journey will last longer.
  • Bari to Lecce – indicated on the map by the blue line, Frecciabianca trains run on this route. The journey lasts about 1h 20m.
  • Rome to Bari – this route is grey on the map and is served by Frecciargento. The journey time is less than four hours.
  • Milan to Genoa – this route is served by Intercity trains, which is indicated by the purple line on the map. The journey lasts less than two hours and you don’t need to change.
  • Pisa to Florence – popular among tourists and locals alike, this route is operated by Regional trains (the green line on the map). It takes about an hour to get from Pisa to Florence, which is perfect if you want to go on a day trip.

Trenitalia tickets

Trenitalia offers four ticket types, each of which varies in price and flexibility. This means there are different tickets you can potentially purchase for the same train. For example, there are three ticket types (Super Economy, Economy and Base) and four different classes (Standard, Premium, Business and Executive) on Frecciarossa trains, so it can become a little confusing as to which ticket is best to buy. To make this a bit clearer, we'll break down the different ticket types across Trenitalia's Frecce, Intercity and Regional trains for you.

Super Economy tickets

As the name may suggest, this is Trenitalia’s cheapest train ticket. If you know the time and date you want to travel on, then buying this train ticket will save you money. Trenitalia doesn’t offer refunds or exchanges on this ticket, so if you want to cancel or amend your time of travel, you’ll have to purchase another ticket. Visit our Trenitalia Super Economy tickets page to find out more.

Economy tickets 

Another cheap ticket, only this time, there's more flexibility in your choice of travel. Trenitalia allows you to change the date or time of your ticket only once, but it must be for the same type of train and class. Typically, you'll also be required to pay the price difference between your current ticket and the full-price ticket of the train you'll be travelling on. Learn more on our page about Trenitalia Economy tickets.

Base tickets

Trenitalia's Base ticket is the standard fare for all journeys on Le Frecce and Intercity trains. Offering you maximum flexibility, you can change the date, time and class of your train ticket an unlimited number of times for free, as well as get your ticket refunded (with a 20% penalty fee). Bear in mind that you'll need to pay the price difference between the two tickets if any. While this ticket is obviously more expensive, if you're enjoying the city you're in, you can always extend your stay by a day and change the ticket. For more information, check out our Trenitalia Base Fare Tickets page.

Ordinaria

Unlike the other ticket categories, which are available to buy for each class on Le Frecce trains, Ordinaria is the ticket you can buy to travel only on Trenitalia’s Regional trains. This ticket type usually has a fixed price, which is determined by the class you travel on and the journey time. While you can normally book the other tickets up to six months in advance (exceptions may apply), you don't need to buy Ordinaria tickets ahead of time unless you want peace of mind.

Trenitalia tickets comparison

Still unsure about which train ticket is right for you? Here's a recap of Trenitalia's different ticket types:

  Base Economy Super Economy
Change date/time
Refunds
Get access to another train
Unlimited changes

Trenitalia tickets for children and groups

  • Children under 4 years old travel for free if they don't have a seat assigned to them or with a 50% reduction on the Base fare if they do have a seat. Children aged 4 to 15 (or 4 to 12 on Regional trains) travel with a 50% discount on the Base fare.
  • The Bimbi Gratis offer is for family groups of 2 to 5 people (with at least one adult and one child under the age of 15). It allows children to travel for free provided the other members of the group have Base tickets.
  • Groups of 2 to 5 people are entitled to a 30% discount on the single Base ticket to travel on any train, except for Regional trains and Frecciarossa Executive.

Trenitalia CartaFRECCIA

CartaFRECCIA is Trenitalia's loyalty card that allows you to accumulate points and buy discounted train tickets. The card is digital and you can show it directly from your phone. You can get your CartaFRECCIA for free even if you don’t live in Italy.

Offerta Young

If you’re under 30 years old and have CartaFRECCIA, opt for Offerta Young – this will give you up to 50% off the Base fare.

Offerta Senior

If you have CartaFRECCIA and are over 60 years old, you're entitled to Offerta Senior – you'll get up to 50% off the Base ticket, just like with Offerta Young.

Trenitalia trains

Trenitalia trains are generally split into long-distance trains – Frecciarossa and Frecciargento (both high-speed trains), Frecciabianca and Intercity trains – and Regional trains. Covering long-distance routes across the nation, Frecciarossa and Frecciargento trains have significantly reduced travel time between major cities, making train travel in Italy a more viable option. Read on for more information about the different types of Trenitalia trains, what you can find on board and where they can take you.

Frecciarossa

Frecciarossa trains, known as the 'Red Arrow', are the crown jewel of the high-speed train network in Italy and can reach speeds of up to 300 km/h. Taking the new Frecciarossa 1000 trains, journey times between cities like Rome and Milan have fallen to under 3 hours. Frecciarossa trains travel to cities such as Naples, Florence and Bologna on a daily basis. This makes train travel in Italy much easier, especially if you’re using an Interrail or Eurail Pass.

You can choose between four classes when you travel on Frecciarossa – Executive, Business, Premium and Standard. No matter the class you're in, you're provided with free WiFi, power sockets at every seat, a food carriage, air-conditioning, special luggage zone and onsite cleaning service to ensure you get the best customer experience on board. There are 10 seats available in Frecciarossa Executive on FR 1000 trains and only 8 on FR 500 trains. Gourmet meals are served directly to your seat. Finally, if you buy a Frecciarossa Executive ticket, you can get free access to FrecciaLounge and FrecciaClub lounges. For more information, check out our dedicated section about FrecciaClub and FrecciaLounge.

Read more about Frecciarossa trains, where they can take you and what you can find in each class.

Frecciargento

While not quite hitting Frecciarossa speeds, Frecciargento trains travel similar long-distance routes, connecting cities like Rome, Venice, Verona, Trieste, Genoa, Naples and Salerno in just as much comfort and at speeds of up to 250 km/h.

Frecciargento trains have mainly two classes – First and Second Class. On the new Frecciargento ETR 700, however, you can find three classes – Business, Premium and Standard. Much like all the high-speed Trenitalia trains, all carriages are equipped with WiFi, air-conditioning, special luggage zone and onsite cleaning service. There's also a food carriage for passengers to buy food and drinks, particularly convenient for long-distance journeys.

Learn more about Frecciargento trains, popular routes and onboard services, including travelling in First Class.

Frecciabianca

Frecciabianca, or the 'White Arrow', belongs to the long-distance trains group. Running at speeds of up to 200 km/h, these trains connect big and medium-sized cities, while guaranteeing great comfort and high-quality onboard services. For example, cities such Bari and Lecce are easily connected to Naples, making travel into the main cities much more accessible for both tourists and commuters.

Frecciabianca trains offer spacious chairs, air-conditioning and food carriages, making your journey a cheaper but still pleasant experience.

Check out our dedicated page about Frecciabianca for more details.

Intercity and regional trains

In addition to Le Frecce, Trenitalia also provides Intercity and Regional trains. Covering shorter distances at slower speeds, these trains are ideal for those who are travelling locally, staying in a certain region, or just want to see what is in the next town over.

Intercity trains have two classes – First and Second – both of which offer seats, power sockets, reading lights and reserved wheelchair spaces for disabled passengers. There are also Intercity night trains, where you can sleep in bed cabins to save on the cost of a hotel. Bed cabins come with air-conditioning, a washbasin, complimentary toiletries and much more.

Regional trains are slower, serving towns and villages within a given region. If you’re looking to explore the local area where you’re staying, it's very likely that you’ll be using a regional train. An example is Cinque Terre Express, which can take you from La Spezia Centrale to all the main towns of the Cinque Terre National Park.

Fast-regional trains are also included in this category – namely, the Leonardo Express service, which connects Roma Termini to Rome Fiumicino International Airport.

For more information, visit our page about Regional trains.

Trenitalia timetables

Trenitalia’s new winter timetable is valid from 12th December 2021 and includes over 7,000 Frecce, Intercity and regional services to allow passengers to travel around Italy safely.

Trenitalia’s winter timetable includes more than 230 Frecce services per day, with 4 direct Frecciarossa trains connecting Milan to Rome and 1 Frecciargento train between Rome and Genoa in less than 4 hours.

New direct Frecciarossa trains from Milan to Rome

With the new winter timetable, around 76 Frecciarossa trains travel direct from Milan to Rome in 2h 59m every day, with 6 new services leaving from Rome at 07:20, 11:20 and 13:20 and from Milan at 10:58, 11:25 and 15:00.

Frecciarossa trains from Rome to Venice

Thanks to 6 new Frecciarossa services available, from 12th December you can travel between Rome and Venice with Frecciarossa rather than Frecciargento.

More services on the Adriatic coast

With the new winter timetable, up to 20 Frecciarossa trains connect Milan to the Adriatic coast every day.

Frecciarossa services will also replace Frecciargento and Frecciabianca on the routes from Milan and Bologna to Puglia, reducing journey times by at least 30 minutes!

  • FR 9511 trains will depart from Milano Centrale at 06:10 and arrive at Lecce at 15:50
  • FR 9560 trains will depart from Lecce at 13:10 and arrive at Milano Centrale at 22:50

These trains will call at Milano Rogoredo, Reggio Emilia AV, Bologna Centrale, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, Roma Tiburtina, Roma Termini, Caserta, Benevento, Foggia, Barletta, Bari and Brindisi.

  • FR 8811 trains will leave from Milano Centrale at 13:05 and arrive at Lecce at 21:50
  • FR 8814 trains will leave from Lecce at 05:55 and arrive at Milano Centrale at 15:05

These trains will call at Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Bologna Centrale, Rimini, Pesaro, Ancona, Pescara, Termoli, Foggia, Barletta, Bari and Brindisi.

Frecciarossa trains to Calabria

6 new Frecciarossa trains will connect Milan to Calabria and 4 will run from Turin to Calabria. You can get from Milan to Reggio Calabria in less than 8h 40m and from Milan to Lamezia in less than 7h 20m. If you prefer travelling at night, you can take Frecciarossa’s night service to Reggio Calabria.

A new Frecciarossa service from Venice to Reggio Calabria will also be available and will replace Frecciargento. The train will depart from Reggio Calabria Centrale at 06:12 and will arrive at Venezia Santa Lucia at 15:34. On the way back, the train will leave from Venezia Santa Lucia at 12:26 and will arrive at Reggio Calabria Centrale at 21:40.

Frecciarossa trains to the mountains

From Naples to Bolzano and Trento

Make the most of the new direct Frecciarossa services between Bolzano/Trento and Naples. Trains depart from Napoli Centrale at 07:30 and arrive in Bolzano at 13:48. On the way back, they leave from Bolzano at 15:12 and arrive in Napoli Centrale at 21:33, calling at Trento, Rovereto, Verona Porta Nuova, Bologna Centrale, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Termini.

New Frecciarossa services to Oulx and Bardonecchia

New Frecciarossa trains will leave from Naples, Rome, Florence, Bologna, Reggio Emilia AV and Milan to Oulx and Bardonecchia over the weekend from 12th December 2021 to 27th March 2022:

  • FR 9348 trains will leave from Napoli Centrale at 05:23 and will arrive at Oulx at 13:12 and at Bardonecchia at 13:25
  • FR 9349 trains will leave from Bardonecchia at 14:40 and from Oulx at 14:51 and will arrive at Napoli Centrale at 22:03

These trains will also call at Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, Bologna Centrale, Reggio Emilia AV, Milano Centrale, and Torino Porta Susa.

2 new Frecciargento services will run between Rome and Puglia every day:

  • FA 8306 trains will leave from Lecce at 07:10 and from Bari at 08:46, and will arrive at Roma Termini at 12:55
  • FA 8311 trains will leave from Roma Termini at 13:05 and will arrive at Bari at 17:14, calling also at Brindisi, Bari Centrale, Barletta, Foggia, Benevento, and Caserta.

Overall, there will be up to 13 connections from/to Rome, 4 from/to Venice and 18 from/to Milan.

New Frecciabianca trains are running for the first time in Sicily, connecting Messina to Palermo and calling at Catania, Enna, and Caltanissetta Xirbi. Check out our table below for some of the services that are currently available.

 

Train number

Departure station

Departure time

Arrival station

Arrival time

Stops

8635

Messina Centrale

15:10

Palermo Centrale

19:30

Catania, Enna, Caltanissetta Xirbi

8638

Palermo Centrale

07:08

Messina Centrale

11:23

Caltanissetta Xirbi, Enna, Catania

With Trenitalia’s combined regional and bus services, you can easily reach many places for your winter holidays. For example:

  • There are 22 services from Asti and Alba to Neive and Castagnole from Monday to Friday and 10 services over the weekend
  • There are 23 services from Savigliano to Saluzzo from Monday to Saturday and 15 services on Sunday
  • There are 24 services from Avigliana to Avigliana from Monday to Saturday and 9 services on Sunday
  • There are 31 services from Pinerolo to Castello di Miradolo from Monday to Friday, 25 services on Saturday and 8 on Sunday.

For all snow, ski and snowboarding lovers, from 12th December Trenitalia will offer even more services between Limone and Tende, as well as direct trains between Turin and Aosta, so you can reach the ski resorts in Valle d’Aosta in less than 2 hours. In Veneto, the new intermodal service called Alleghe Link will take you to Alleghe and its ski lifts.

Trenitalia collaborates with other train companies to reach the main cities and tourist destinations in France, Switzerland, Austria, and Germany. Some routes are served by night trains featuring berths and cabins. In total, there are 48 daily connections available to neighbouring countries:

  • 40 Eurocity trains per day between Italy and Switzerland, with a new direct service from Bologna to Zurich via Milan and two additional services from Milan to Basel, one via Domodossola and one via Chiasso/Lucerne
  • 2 daily Eurocity trains between Italy and Germany, travelling up to Frankfurt
  • 4 night services between Italy, Austria and Germany, travelling from Milan, Verona and Padua, as well as Rome, Florence and Bologna and bound for Vienna and Munich.

Trenitalia deals and discounts

To snap up the cheapest fares, why not check out all the deals and discounts offered by Trenitalia below.

A/R in giornata

Get a 30-50% discount off your day return ticket if you travel on Intercity and Le Frecce trains, except for Intercity Night trains and Frecciarossa's Executive Class.

When and how to buy

This offer is available to buy before departure. Simply select the outbound and return dates and times in our Journey Planner at the top of the page and we'll show you if the offer is available.

Ticket changes

You can change the departure time free of charge only once for each ticket (outbound and return) and until your departure. Change of departure date and ticket, refunds or access to a different type of train than the one booked are not allowed.

Me&You

With the Me&You offer, you can get 50% off your Base ticket when you travel with another person and you both have CartaFRECCIA. The offer is valid for travel on all Frecce, Intercity and Intercity Night trains in Business, Premium and Standard Class, as well as in First and Second Class.

When and how to book
You can get the Me&You offer up to midnight on the day before your train departs. Simply select 2 adult passengers and the date you want to travel in our Journey Planner at the top of the page and we'll show you if the deal is available.

Ticket changes
No ticket changes, refunds or access to a different train from the one booked are allowed with the Me&You offer.

Insieme Offer

With this offer, groups of 3 to 5 people can get up to 50% off the price of a single Base ticket for each traveller.

The offer is valid for all national trains (Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, Intercity and ICN), in First and Second Class, Business, Premium and Standard Class, couchettes and sleeping cars.

The offer does not apply to regional trains, Frecciarossa Executive Class and Excelsior carriages; seats in the salottini cannot be booked.

When and how to book

You can get the Insieme Offer up to midnight on the second day before your train departs. Simply select 3 to 5 passengers in our Journey Planner at the top of the page and we'll show you if the offer is available.

Ticket changes

The Insieme offer does not allow any ticket change, refund or access to a different train from the one booked.

Bimbi Gratis

Children under the age of 15 travel for free and the rest of the family (up to 5 people) travel with a Base ticket in First and Second Class on all trains, except for Frecciarossa Executive and Intercity night trains.

When and how to book

You can get the offer until midnight on the second day before your train departs. Simply enter the number of passengers (at least 1 adult and 1 child) in our Journey Planner at the top of the page and the discount will be automatically applied to your booking.

Please make sure you have your ID with you as you and your children may be asked to show it as proof of age.

Ticket changes

You can change the date/time of departure free of charge only once and up to midnight, two days prior to departure. You'll just need to pay any price difference if needed.

You can also ask for a refund until the train departure with a 20% deduction.

For the same connection, you can board another train from one hour before and up to one hour after the departure of the train you booked, paying the difference between the full Base price for the train used and the amount already paid plus a €10 fee.

A/R weekend

With this offer, you can get 40% off your Base ticket when you travel over the weekend, i.e. you depart on Saturday and come back on Sunday. The A/R weekend offer is valid for all Frecce services, except for Salottino. 

When and how to book

You can get the offer until midnight on the fifth day before your train departs. Simply enter the number of passengers in our Journey Planner at the top of the page and we'll show you if the offer is available.

Ticket changes

You can change the departure time only once for each return ticket up to the departure date. The offer is non-refundable.

Famiglia Offer

If you travel with a group/family of 2-5 people, with at least 1 adult and 1 child under 15, you can get 20% off your train ticket, while children under 15 get 50% off (30% for couchettes and VL). This offer is valid to travel on couchettes, VL and Intercity Night trains. 

When and how to book

You can get the offer until midnight on the second day before your train departs. Simply enter the number of passengers in our Journey Planner at the top of the page and we'll show you if the offer is available.

Ticket changes

You can change the departure time only once until midnight on the second day before your departure. If you no longer intend to use your ticket and want to cancel your booking, you can ask for a refund before the train's departure but you'll need to pay a 20% fee. With the Famiglia offer, you can also board a different train from the one you've booked from one hour before and until one hour after the train's departure, but you'll need to pay any price difference plus a €10 fee.

Trenitalia onboard services

Free WiFi is available on all Frecciarossa and Frecciargento trains. Simply connect to the onboard WiFi network (‘WIFI Frecciarossa’ or ‘WIFI Frecciargento’), register on the Frecce Portal and you’ll be able to watch movies and TV shows, listen to music and check real-time travel information.

The onboard catering service called FrecciaBistrò is available on all Frecce trains and offers snacks and drinks as well as breakfast and lunch menu options. Additionally, Frecciarossa trains provide an at-seat meal service with typical Italian gourmet dishes on offer.

If you buy a Frecciarossa Premium, Business or Executive ticket, you'll also get to enjoy a welcome drink and snacks service as soon as you get on board.

Small pets are allowed on board all Trenitalia trains for free provided they’re placed in a carrier or cage (max dimensions 70 x 30 x 50 cm). You can travel with bigger dogs on all trains only during off-peak hours and if they’re kept on a leash and equipped with a muzzle. You’ll need to buy a half-price Standard ticket for bigger dogs. Guide dogs are allowed on all trains at no additional cost.

While folding bikes are allowed on any Trenitalia train if placed in racks and luggage, traditional bikes are allowed only if disassembled and placed in special bags (80 x 110 x 40 cm).

You can bring as much luggage as you want on all Trenitalia trains, as long as it's compatible with the space available on board – and there’s no extra cost for it! There’s plenty of luggage space on Le Frecce, Intercity and Regional trains.

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Trenitalia seat reservation

Good news! If you're buying your Trenitalia train tickets on our app, you can now choose your seat and view it on our seatmap before completing your booking. Please note that you can choose your seat only if you're travelling with Frecciarossa (except for the Executive Class), Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, Intercity and Eurocity.

Trenitalia Delays and refunds

If your journey with Trenitalia is delayed or cancelled, you may be entitled to apply for a partial refund.

Delays on high-speed services

30-59 minutes late

If your high-speed train (Frecciarossa or Frecciargento) is between 30 minutes and 59 minutes late, you are entitled to a refund of 25% issued as a credit, which can be used on future purchases.

59+ minutes

For delays of over 59 minutes, there is a tiered compensation structure:

  • 60-119 minutes – 25% of the ticket
  • 120+ minutes – 50% of the ticket

In both instances, the refund can be claimed as a credit to be used on a future journey or in cash.

You must wait 24 hours after the completion of your journey to request a refund. Refund requests must be submitted through Trenitalia’s webform.

Cinque Terre Express

An immensely popular service with visitors to the Italian Riviera, Trenitalia’s Cinque Terre Express runs through the villages in the Cinque Terre region.

The Cinque Terre Express runs between La Spezia and Levanto, stopping at all the picturesque villages in the Cinque Terre National Park:

Trains on the Cinque Terre route run every 15 minutes, 7 days per week. Because the Cinque Terre Express is a regional train, the ticket prices are the same on the day as they would be in advance. Unless you’re a meticulous planner you won’t have to book in advance, although bear in mind the service can be very popular at peak summer times. One-way tickets cost €4 for adults and €2 for children. If you’re travelling from a station outside the National Park (such as Genoa), the Cinque Terre Express ticket includes a supplement of €2.40/€1.20.

Check out our dedicated Cinque Terre Express page for a route map and timetable information.

Trenitalia destinations

Trains to Rome

Rome is home to the biggest and busiest station in Italy and is connected to all of the country’s major cities via a network of high-speed routes. If you’re taking a high-speed train in Italy, you’ll probably pass through Roma Termini at some stage. The station has 32 platforms and was opened by Pope Pius IX in 1863! Nowadays, Trenitalia’s high-speed services connect Rome to Milan in 2h 55m, Venice in 3h 50m and Florence in 1h 12m.

Termini isn’t the only station in Rome, however. Roma Tiburtina station is on several of the high-speed lines terminating at Termini station; it is also the terminus for a handful of regional lines. Roma Ostiense station is the smallest of the main three stations in the city, served by the FR1, FR3, and FR5 urban rail lines.

Rome’s primary airport, Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, is connected to the city centre via the Leonardo Express train. And there is a direct train from Roma Termini to Civitavecchia Port (for ferry services), which takes just over an hour.

Learn more about trains to/from Rome.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes of course! Simply use our journey planner tool at the top of the page to pick your journey date and time. Find the ticket that’s best for you and follow the purchase process from there. We’ll even send you an electronic copy of the ticket straight after.

The Economy ticket can be changed once, with a transfer fee applying. If you’ve bought the Base ticket, you can change it as many times as you wish, completely free of charge! For Super-economy tickets, however, you must pay the full price for a new one. 

Trenitalia tickets can be bought up to six months in advance. This gives you plenty of time to decide where and when you want to travel, as well as allowing you to get the tickets at their cheapest.  

Average savings on fares booked prior to day of travel vs full price fares on day of travel in Italy. Subject to availability. Excludes coach.

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