Today’s highlights included travel on high-speed Le Frecce & Italo trains. We had a great walking tour in Venice and finished up our day up in Florence.
Rail Europe’s own, Michele, will be participating in a Rail Europe Familiarization trip. Get to know Michele & travel along with her as she posts about her adventures in Europe.
Learn more about some of our favorite haunted castles in Europe. From England to Romania, here’s our list of some of the most sought-after haunted castles for ghostly encounters. Enjoy!
Did you know that the first railway line built in Italy opened on October 3rd 1839? Meet Trenitalia’s Head of Sales & get inside info!
Discover great Italy travel tips to enjoy your travel to its fullest potential. Get practical tips on visiting museums, transportation, traveling by train in Italy, etc.
Enjoy our list of ideas of what to do in Rome. We cover the city in-depth with sightseeing & museum tours. We’ve even included an exciting day-trip to experience!
Explore some of the top beaches in Europe, both family-friendly & nude. Get info on how to travel to these European beaches, many which are off-the-beaten-path.
Italy’s high-speed rail network has made traveling around the country easy and efficient. Get inside tips from a rail expert how to maximize your travel from Rome to Venice.
Italy is beautiful, full of culture and good food, but it is also a colorful place with plenty opportunities for culture shock experiences. Read some of our favorite entries about Italy from our Culture Shock Contest.
Read about a traveler who explores Italy & Switzerland by train in what she calls “the romantic journey” of rail travel. Her visit includes Rome, Verona, Venice & more.
Learn about the train ferry from Sicily where the train travels within the Ferry to the Messina mainland train destination.
Celebrate “Buon Natale” where it all began – in Italy, where you won’t find Santa down the chimney or cookies by the tree. Instead, revel in a feast of seven fishes and a witch who bestows gifts on the nice (and coal for the naughty).
Rail Europe’s President and CEO, Frédéric Langlois, discusses the two Italian high speed trains: the Frecciarossa and the Frecciargento.
Blog post comparing French and Italian cuisines. Italian food is more focused on the ingredients rather than the technique, and tastes lighter thanks to prodigious use of olive oil. French cuisine relies heavily on butter (hence, those divine cream sauces.)