Travelers can board a train from most European destinations to reach Italy. While train station in Milan serves as a primary hub for destinations like lakes and the Italian Alps. Rome is a major train station for central and southern Italy. The train network in Italy is well-maintained and reliable. Trenitalia – Italy’s primary train operator – runs both long-distance and regional trains in Italy. Tickets can be booked online and there are three fare classes. Roma Termini, Torino Porta Nuova, Napoli Centrale, Milano Centrale, Venezia Santa Lucia, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, and Bologna Centrale are the busiest train stations in Italy.
Italy also has rail links to adjacent countries of Austria, France, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Vatican City. Eurocity and Euronight are international trains to reach cities like Vienna, Paris, and Barcelona.