Frecciarossa trains are high-speed trains traveling at a maximum speed 360 km/ h, and a commercial speed of 300 Km / h
Connections:Turin, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples, Salerno
Trains operated by ETR (600/610) trains, travel for freeways as conventional routes and reach a top speed of 280 km;
ConnectionsFrom Rome to:
From Naples to:
Trains travel across traditional routes connecting towns and cities where they do not get the high-speed trains.
Connections:From Milan to:
Rome to: Livorno, Pisa, La Spezia, Genoa, Milan
From Turin to:
Designed to offer the best combination of quality and price, InterCity trains connect the major cities, providing an effective medium interconnect system with the high-speed network.
With its 86 daily connections Intercity supply reaches 200 stations in Italy.
Eurostar trains connect Rome with Italian medium-sized cities.
ConnectionsRome to: Ancona, Assisi, Perugia, Potenza, Spoleto, Taranto
Bari, Naples, Salerno