Allegro trains connect Italy and Austria on a daily basis with 4 night trains and two day trains (Venice-Vienna). In Venice there are domestic Trenitalia trains with connections to/from Milan/Torino and Florence/Rome.
Allegro trains run on the following route: Rome/Milan/Venice - Salzburg/Vienna
Eurail pass conditions
The Eurail pass is valid on the Allegro train, but you have to pay a reservation fee for the sleeping accommodation. Reservations are always compulsory on this train. If your Eurail pass does not cover the entire section of the journey, the payment of a “partial pass fare” is required.
- Seat (2nd class only): €7
- 6-berth cabin (couchette): €27 p.p.
- 4-bed cabin (couchette): €37 p.p.
- 3-berth cabin (sleeper): €47 p.p.
- Double cabin (sleeper): €67 p.p.
- Double Excelsior cabin (sleeper) with private shower and WC: €77 p.p.
- Single cabin (sleeper): €107
- Single Excelsior cabin (sleeper) with private shower and WC (1st class only): €117
* Please note that not all types of accommodations are available on all trains.
The Allegro trains feature fully air conditioned coaches. They carry couchette and sleeper compartments, as well as luxury sleepers to travel more comfortable with a toilet & shower inside your own cabin.
The night trains have a restaurant car. Depending on the route and your accomodation, your reservation might include a bottle of water, morning breakfast, toiletry kit and newspaper.