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Trenitalia's new Frecciarossa trains run with a million passengers a month on the high speed line connecting Turin to Salerno, Northern to Southern Italy.

ES* AV High Speed FRECCIAROSSA trains are High Speed trains travelling on AV High Speed tracks between the following cities:

  • Turin-Milan-Milan-Bologna-Florence-Rome-Naples-Salerno

High speed

Top speed 360 km/h; top commercial speed 300 Km/h

  • 2 hours 59 minutes from Rome to Milan
  • 37 minutes from Bologna to Florence
  • 1 hour 10 minutes from Rome to Naples
  • 4 hours 10 minutes from Naples to Milan
  • 4 hours 13 minutes from Rome to Turin
  • 1 hour 45 minutes from Milan to Florence
  • 60 minutes from Turin to Milan

Milan - Rome : 70 connections

  • 28 non-stop connections (any intermediate stops)
  • 30 connections stopping at Bologna and Firenze SMN stations
  • 12 trains Milano Porta Garibaldi - Roma Termini, stopping at Milano Rogoredo, Bologna and Firenze stations
  • 2 trains stopping at Piacenza, Parma, Reggio Emilia and Modena stations.
  • BRAND-NEW: 4 connections Florence- Malpensa Airport and Naples- Malpensa airport

High frequency

Milan - Naples: 35 connections

  • 4 connections stopping only at Roma Tiburtina station(4h10')
  • 7 connections stopping only at Roma Termini station (4h25')
  • 24 trains stopping also at Bologna Centrale,Firenze SMN and Roma Termini station (4h55')
  • Brand-new (as from Dec 12th): 8 connections to/from Salerno

High frequency

Turin- Rome: 19 connections

  • 6 trains stopping at Milano Centrale station
  • 12 trains stopping at Milano Porta Garibaldi, Rogoredo, Bologna and Firenze SMN stations
  • Brand-new (as from Dec 12th): direct connection from Turin to Naples via Rome Tiburtina

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