Don’t drive in Italy, Italo high speed trains, Trains Italy


Published on May 15th, 2013 | by Ann Rickard


Don’t drive in Italy

Italo fast train.2Driving in Italy is only for the brave. Fortunately Italo high speed trains run between major cities in Italy including Florence, Rome, Venice, Milan, Naples, Salerno, Bologna, Turin, and Padua.

Italo’s futuristic design and fittings will ensure you’re spoilt by the modern comforts and cutting-edge technology.

Popular features include free wi-fi, travel information on different destinations around Italy as well as entertainment carriages with large flat TV screens

Italo fast train.3

broadcasting first-run movies on non-stop trips between Rome and Milan and lighter entertainment and news on the shorter routes.

With 50 trains running each day and 450 seats on each train, the chilli red coloured trains will get you there in speed and style. While running at up to 300km per hour comfort is not compromised with large reclining leather seats and wide windows for maximum exposure to the country’s spectacular scenery.


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About the Author

is a Noosa (Australia) local and author of six successful books, all humorous travel narratives. In 2005 Ann won the prestigious ASTW’s Australian Travel Writer of the Year and in 2007 she won the ASTW Travel Book of the Year. Ann takes a culinary tour to the South of France in June every year . Ann writes travel, dining and columns for the Sunshine Coast Daily and is the Life editor of the Noosa News. Ann also maintains a well read and popular blog site. Ann’s travels have seen her explore cuisines all over the world.

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