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Italo-NTV is Italy’s first private high speed rail operator. Italo trains link 18 stations of 13 cities: Salerno, Napoli, Napoli Afragola, Reggio Emilia, Milano Rogoredo, Milano Centrale, Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa, Verona, Padova, Ferrara, Venezia Mestre, Venezia Santa Lucia and Brescia.

Italo integrates its high speed rail network with the road transport of Italobus, which links the high speed rail stations, by means of latest generation buses, to: Mantova, Parma, Cremona, Modena, Bergamo, Capriate, Orio al Serio, Rovereto, Trento, Picerno, Potenza, Ferrandina, Matera, Taranto, Sala Consilina, Lauria, Frascineto (Castrovillari) and Cosenza.

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Torino Milano Brescia Verona Venezia Mestre Padova Ferrara Reggio Emilia Bologna Firenze Roma Napoli Salerno Afragola

Italo extends its network with the Napoli Afragola stop. This new destination is linked to Italo’s network by 17 daily trains to/from Salerno, Roma, Firenze, Bologna, Reggio Emilia Mediopadana, Padova, Venezia, Milano and Torino. At the Napoli Afragola station, automatic ticket machines are always available for passengers to buy their tickets.

The capital of Emilia-Romagna is served by 41 Italo trains per day. A broad choice for passengers who from here can reach Torino, Milano, Reggio Emilia, Firenze, Roma, Napoli, Salerno, Padova, Venezia, Ferrara, Verona and Brescia. NTV staff and automatic ticket machines at the Bologna Centrale station meet the needs of Italo passengers that every day pass through the Bologna station.

NTV's network links Brescia to Napoli, Roma, Firenze, Bologna and Verona with 6 daily trains. At the Brescia station, Italo passengers can use the automatic ticket machines to plan their travel and buy their tickets independently.

Italo offers 4 daily services linking Ferrara to Padova, Venezia, Bologna, Firenze, Roma and Napoli. At the Ferrara station, Italo passengers can use the automatic ticket machines to plan their travel and to buy their tickets independently.

The Firenze Santa Maria Novella station, in the heart of the historic centre of Firenze, is served by 41 Italo trains every day. NTV trains link Firenze to the rest of the network, connecting the capital of Tuscany to Roma, Napoli, and Salerno southbound and to Bologna, Reggio Emilia, Milano, Torino, Venezia, Padova, Ferrara, Brescia and Verona northbound. In the heart of the station there is an exclusive Italo Club lounge, where NTV passengers can relax while waiting for their train and be helped to purchase tickets. Many automatic ticket machines are available in the station, for passengers who prefer to buy them independently.

Italo offers 8 daily trains to Venezia Mestre, and to the Venezia Santa Lucia central railway station. Italo links Mestre to Padova, Ferrara, Bologna, Firenze, Roma and Napoli. At the Venezia Mestre station, Italo passengers can use the automatic ticket machines to plan their travel and buy tickets independently.

Milano is served by 40 daily NTV trains, of which 15 are non stop trains between Milano and Roma, linking the cities in less than 3 hours. Italo stops at 2 stations in Milano: Milano Centrale and Milano Rogoredo. From Rogoredo, passengers can also use the intermodal Italobus bus service, that connects the station with Bergamo, Capriate and with the Milan Bergamo Orio al Serio airport. Waiting for the train becomes special at the Milano Centrale Station, thanks to the Italo Club lounge: an exclusive facility dedicated to our most frequent passengers, full of amenities and services.

Italo serves Napoli with 34 trains a day, to reach Salerno, Roma, Firenze, Bologna, Reggio Emilia, Milano, Torino, Verona, Padova, Venezia Mestre, Venezia Santa Lucia, Brescia and Ferrara. The Napoli station provides many services for Italo passengers, thanks to its exclusive Italo Club lounge, that turns waiting for the train into the ultimate relaxation. At the Napoli Centrale station, NTV staff and automatic ticket machines are always available to passengers to help them purchase their tickets.

Italo offers 8 daily trains linking Padova to Venezia, Bologna, Firenze, Roma and Napoli. At the Padova station, Italo passengers can use the automatic ticket machines to plan their travel and buy tickets independently.

The Reggio Emilia Mediopadana station is a very important stop for Italo. 24 daily connections and the hub for the Italobus rail to road service. The project started precisely from this station, in December 2015, (and was then extended to other areas of Italy) and now Reggio Emilia connects the high-speed network to Parma, Cremona, Modena and Mantova. Italo links Reggio Emilia to Torino, Milano, Bologna, Firenze, Roma, Napoli and Salerno.

All Italos lead to Roma! 56 daily connections with the Italian capital, NTV trains link Roma to all the destinations in the network: Salerno, Napoli, Firenze, Bologna, Reggio Emilia, Milano, Torino, Padova, Venezia, Ferrara, Brescia and Verona. Great activity along the Roma - Milano line, travelled every day by many business passengers. 15 non-stop trains link the two cities, taking passengers from Roma to Milano in less than 3 hours, with a train every 30 minutes during peak hours. Italo stops at two stations in Roma: at the downtown Termini station and at the Tiburtina station. Both have an Italo Club lounge, to offer maximum comfort to our most frequent passengers. In addition, many automatic ticket offices are located throughout the stations and NTV staff is constantly available to help passengers.

NTV's network serves Salerno with 9 trains a day. Trains from Salerno reach Napoli, Roma, Firenze, Bologna, Reggio Emilia, Milano and Torino. Italo's buses also serve the Salerno station. Once they have reached Salerno by train, passengers can board the Italobus buses that go to Picerno, Potenza, Ferrandina, Matera, Taranto, Lauria, Sala Consilina, Frascineto (Castrovillari) and Cosenza.

Italo offers 16 daily trains that link Torino to Milano, Reggio Emilia, Bologna, Firenze, Roma, Napoli and Salerno. Italo passengers can choose between the Torino Porta Nuova station and the Torino Porta Susa station, where they can use the automatic ticket machines to plan their travel and buy tickets independently or contact the NTV staff for purchases and assistance.

Italo trains serve both the central Venezia Santa Lucia station and Venezia Mestre with 8 daily trains. Italo links this tourist destination par excellence to Padova, Ferrara, Bologna, Firenze, Roma and Napoli. At the Venezia Santa Lucia station, Italo passengers can contact the NTV staff for purchases and assistance or use the automatic ticket machines to plan their travel and buy tickets independently.

Italo links Verona with 8 daily trains to Napoli, Roma, Firenze and Bologna. At the Verona Porta Nuova station, Italo passengers may contact the NTV staff for assistance and to purchase tickets. Italo passengers can also use the automatic ticket machines to buy tickets conveniently and independently.
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