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Expo Milano 2015: See the World’s Fair On Us

Book a first class Trenitalia ticket to/from Milan by July 17, 2015 for up to two free tickets to Expo Milano 2015. Get yours now!

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Bookings of first class Trenitalia tickets to or from Milan made from June 18, 2015 through 5:00pm ET on July 17, 2015 will be eligible for up to two free 1-day tickets to Expo Milano 2015. Limit of two free 1-day Expo Milano tickets per booking. Offer is limited to 100 free Expo Milano tickets or until the promotion’s end date of 5:00 pm ET on July 17, 2015 whichever comes first. First class Trenitalia tickets appear as “Comfort” class on the Rail Europe website. Group bookings of 10 or more travelers are excluded from this offer. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases. Expo Milano tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Please note: after booking this offer, customers will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to receive Expo Milano tickets. Customers must fill out the designated form as instructed in the e-mail to receive their Expo Milano tickets. Please allow two business days to receive your free Expo Milano tickets.

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    Le Frecce trains will whisk you to Italian destinations in style and comfort. © Archivio Audiovisivi Gruppo FS Italiane
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    Travel in comfort on the Frecciabianca. © Archivio Audiovisivi Gruppo FS Italiane
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    WiFi and power outlets accessible for charging electronic devices. © Archivio Audiovisivi Gruppo FS Italiane
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    Le Frecce trains travel to Italy's most popular destinations. © Archivio Audiovisivi Gruppo FS Italiane

Maximum speed and comfort for the ultimate journey throughout Italy 

Le Frecce high-speed trains include Frecciarossa and Frecciargento, and travel at speeds up to 155 miles per hour and 186 miles per hour respectively. And while that makes the journey fast, you’ll find plenty inside the train to savor. You’ll journey through Italy relaxing aboard roomy, elegant trains. You’re free to enjoy the beautiful scenery and notice the top-rate customer service. 

There’s simply no worrying about directions or road signs. And Le Frecce trains feature smoke-free, air conditioned car where travelers enjoy spacious seats with ample legroom. And now Le Frecciarossa trains boast a newly added UMTS signal offering high-quality mobile phone reception plus you’ll find Wi-Fi on board.

Le Frecce trains offer speedy service to cities that include Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan, Bologna, and Naples with direct access to the city centers. Le Frecce and Frecciabianca also offer traditional service and convenient access to an assortment of smaller Italian towns and destinations.

Rail Europe offers the same Le Frecce train tickets and fares in North American as are sold in Italy, including access to a vast schedule selection. For your convenience, e-ticketing options are also available. You’ll find a range of tickets that can be tailored toward your individual needs for a truly unique adventure and when you reserve your tickets through Rail Europe, you’ll find the experience just like the train ride. Fast, convenient and hassle-free.

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