Le Frecce high-speed train

Frecciargento leaving Venice, Italy

The Le Frecce are a series of modern high-speed trains connecting cities and towns all across Italy. From romantic Verona in the north to the baroque city of Lecce in the south, travel with Le Frecce trains for a speedy and comfortable trip with a great quality service. 

There are 3 types of Le Frecce train, called Frecciarossa (FR), Frecciargento (FA) and Frecciabianco (FB). Together, these trains cover most of Italy, including major cities such as Rome, Milan, Venice and Naples.

Le Frecce routes
Reservations
Facilities and Services
 

Gallery

Le Frecce trains at platform

Le Frecce trains at platform

Luggage and tv screen in Le Frecce train

Luggage and tv screen in Le Frecce train

Interior of Le Frecce train 1st class

Interior of Le Frecce train 1st class

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Interior of Le Frecce train 1st class.1

TV screen in Le Frecce train

TV screen in Le Frecce train

Interior of Le Frecce train 2nd class

Interior of Le Frecce train 2nd class

1st class seat in Le Frecce high-speed train

1st class seat in Le Frecce high-speed train

Le Frecce high-speed train routes

 
Frecciarossa (FA)
Frecciarossa has 78 daily connections and runs on the route from Turin to Salerno with hourly departures from 6a.m. – 8 p.m.  between Milan and Rome.
Turin – Milan – Bologna – Florence – Rome – Naples – Salerno  
 

Frecciabianca (FB)
Frecciabianca trains connect to 87 destinations across Italy. With regular services departing hourly between Milan and Venice as well as regular services to Northern Italy, the Adriatic coast, Tuscany and the Liguria coast.

Map of Le Frecce routes
Le Frecce trains operate on the following routes:
  • Rome - Venice
  • Rome - Verona
  • Rome - Brescia

    via Milano Centrale

  • Rome - Bolzano
  • Rome - Bari
  • Rome - Lecce
  • Rome - Lamezia Terme
  • Rome - Reggio Calabria
  • Venice - Naples
  • Venice - Milan
  • Venice - Turin
  • Rome - Genoa

    via Milano Centrale

  • Milan - Bari

Reservations

 

Reservation: mandatory

When a reservation is mandatory you must reserve a seat in advance. It's not possible to board the train without this reservation.

Reservations on Le Frecce high-speed trains are mandatory. We recommend you make your reservations as far in advance as possible.

How to make reservations for Le Frecce

You can reserve your seat on Le Frecce in the following ways: 

Reservation fees

  • 2nd class seat: 10 euros

  • 1st class seat: 10 euros

Facilities and services

 
  • Air conditioning

  • Bar

  • Coffee bar

  • Power sockets

  • Restaurant/bistro

  • Video screens

  • WiFi internet


Facilities may differ per train and route.

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