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Frecciargento trains run on both high-speed lines and traditional lines, and travel at up to 250 km/h.
Every day, passengers can choose from over 60 connections*  with convenient and frequent departure times, allowing you to easily reach Bolzano, Trento, Venice, Verona, Mantua, Genoa, Lecce and Reggio Calabria from Rome, and the Adriatic coast from Milan.

*The number of trains running on this service is reduced at weekends and at certain times of the year. The number shown includes both outward and return services provided by Frecciargento trains.

  • Fast and frequent connections at convenient times

    Frecciargento trains run on the following routes:

    - 14 trains connect Rome with Venice, with 2 trains running an extended service to and from Trieste, and 1 from Fiumicino airport. In total, there are 40 trains per day running between Venice and Rome when Frecciargento trains are added to the list, including 10 fast-service trains to guarantee the connection between Rome and Padua takes just 2 hours 59 minutes, and just 3 hour 15 minutes from Rome to Venice.

    - 14 trains from Rome to Verona with an extended service continuing on to Bergamo and Brescia (2 trains), Vicenza (2 trains) or to Trento and Bolzano (10 trains); 2 Bolzano-Rome trains continue on to Sibari, stopping at Napoli Afragola, Salerno, Scalea and Paola;

    - 2 trains from Rome to Mantua with stops at Florence, Bologna, Modena and Carpi.

    - 14 trains between Milan and the Adriatic coast:

    • 4 trains per day from Milan to Ancona;
    • 2 trains per day from Milan to Pescara;
    • 4 trains per day from Milan to Bari, with 2 continuing on to Taranto;
    • 4 trains per day from Milan to Lecce;


    - 10 trains between Rome and Puglia:

    • 6 trains from Rome to Lecce, with stops at Caserta, Benevento, Foggia, Barletta, Bari and Brindisi.
    • 2 trains from Rome to Foggia, with stops at Caserta and Benevento.
    • 2 trains from Rome to Bari, with stops at Caserta, Benevento and Barletta.
    • Plus, on weekends, there are 2 additional non-stop trains between Rome and Bari with an extended service continuing on to Lecce.

    - 2 trains from Fiumicino Airport to Genoa with stops at Rome, Florence, Pisa and La Spezia.


    - 4 trains from Rome to Reggio Calabria
     with stops at Naples Afragola, Salerno, Paola, Lamezia T., Rosarno and Villa S.G.

  • Frecciargento trains

    ETR 600 trains connect Rome to Venice. They are composed of 7 wagons – 432 seats in total - 2 first class wagons and 5 second class wagons (1 bar/bistro wagon included).

    ETR 485 trains connect Rome to Verona/Brescia/Bolzano, Bari and Reggio Calabria. They are composed of 9 wagons – 489 seats in total – 3 first class wagons, 5 second class wagons and 1 restaurant/bar wagon.

    Frecciargento are provided with:

    • Air conditioning (ETR600/485)
    • Sockets for each seat (ETR600/485)
    • LCD touch screen monitor in the vestibule with pieces of information on Frecciargento offers and services (ETR600)
    • The wagons are equipped with monitor to display pieces of information on travel, news, videos and other useful news continuously updated (except for wagon number 3) (ETR600)
    • Courtesy light on the seat (ETR600)
    • Spaces for big-dimensioned luggage both in the wagon and in the vestibules (ETR600/485). Wagon number 3 is equipped with 2 seats for disabled people travelling on wheelchairs and 2 seats for helpers (ETR600/485)
    • A toilette each wagon (two in wagons number 2 and 3) and one for disabled people in wagon number 3

  • Services at the station and on board

    At the station
    FrecciaDesk for the last-minute reservation change and pieces of information on circulation for all Frecciargento customers. 

    Welcome on board
    From Sunday to Friday Trenitalia offers 1st Class customers a welcome service. Available in a take-away, environmentally friendly and recyclable pack, the customer can choose from five different varieties of snacks: sweet, salted, light to low calorie level, gluten-free and also the special Edition for children. The offer includes a bottle of water and an Illy American coffee or soft drink. On morning trains, the choice of a free copy of one of the major newspapers.

    Food service
    The bar/bistro wagon, in the middle of the train, is dedicated to food services and it’s possible to drink hot and cold beverages and taste snacks, appetizing sandwiches, a wide range of hot and cold courses.
    For further information on food services click here.

  • Additional services

    Frecciargento customers could enjoy many other additional services that complete the travel making it an even more comfortable experience:

    car rental
    hotel reservation
    luggage shipment service with "easy luggage"