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InterCity Notte night train

From metropolises such as Milan and Rome all the way to Sicily and Puglia, the InterCity Notte is a great way to cover vast distances in Italy. An extensive network of services reach all corners of Italy and trains are even transported by ferry across the straight of Messina towards Sicily. Furthermore, the accommodations on the train are modern and comfortable, and offer good value for money when you want to save on hotel costs and daytime hours.

InterCity Notte routes

The InterCity Notte is a comfortable night train, connecting major cities such as Milan, Torino, Rome, and Napoli with the rest of Italy. InterCity Notte runs on the following routes:


InterCity Notte (ICN) to Sicily

This is a unique journey as the train is transported by ferry across the Strait of Messina.

  • Milan – Bologna – Firenze – Messina – Catania – Syracusa
  • Milan – Bologna – Firenze – Messina – Palermo
  • Rome – Napoli – Salerno – Messina – Catania – Syracusa
  • Rome – Napoli – Salerno – Messina – Palermo
  • Rome - Messina – Catania – Syracusa
  • Rome – Messina – Palermo


InterCity Notte (ICN) between the rest of Italy

  • Milan – Bari – Taranto – Brinsidi – Lecce
  • Milan – Parma – Bari – Brinsidi – Lecce
  • Torino – Alessandria – Bari – Brinsidi – Lecce
  • Torino – Milan – Roma – Napoli – Salerno
  • Torino – Genoa – Roma – Napoli – Salerno
  • Torino – Genoa – Pisa – Livorno – Reggio di Calabria
  • Trieste – Venice – Padova – Rome
  • Bolzano – Trento – Verona – Rome




Reservations on the InterCity Notte night trains are compulsory. Please keep in mind that seats and sleeping accommodation on this train are limited for Pass holders. To ensure you have a place on the InterCity Notte, make your reservation as early as possible. Reservations can be made up to 6 months in advance.

How to make reservations for the InterCity Notte

You can reserve your seat or sleeping accommodation on the InterCity Notte in the following ways:


Eurail reservation self-service system

Administration costs when booking through Eurail self-service

  • € 2,- p.p.per train
  • Additional € 9,- per order (for paper tickets)

Other platforms

An explanation of how each booking platform works can be found here: How do I book my reservations


Locally at the train station in Italy


By Phone

Reservations can be booked through the Trenitalia call centre


Reservation fees

  • Seat: €3
    • 2nd Class - Easy
  • 4-bed couchette: €41
    • Cuccette Comfort
  • 3-bed sleeper: €48
    • Vagone Letto Relax
  • Double sleeper: €58
    • Vagone Letto Relax
  • Private sleeper: €122
    • Vagone Letto Relax
    • Cabina Superior (including shower; only on selected routes)


Facilities and services

  • Air conditioning
  • Luggage racks
  • Power sockets
  • Tourist information
  • Vending machines
  • Couchettes and sleepers have drinks and breakfast included 
  • No restaurant car, make sure to buy some groceries for the journey


Facilities may differ per train and route.

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