We are available to answer any questions you may have about our European travel products. Answers to our most frequently asked questions can be found in our FAQs. We also encourage you to visit our new online Support Community to interact with Rail Europe staff and other travelers to share information and tips about European rail travel and more. Visit the Rail Europe Support Community. If you prefer you canalso contact us by emailanytime and we will respond to you as quickly as we possibly can.
We also have a dedicated staff to assist with Group Travel. Our Group department is equipped to handle your every need when it comes to group train travel. So if you've got to put together a terrific package for a group of 10 or more travelers, just call us at 1-800-462-2577 in the United States and Canada or 1-914-682-7456 in the United States and we'd be happy to help. Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm Eastern Time.
Trenitalia, The Italian train system has something for every taste. From Italy's high-speed rail that goes from Rome to Florence in ninety minutes, to the convenient InterCity train (IC Plus). Book early enough to get what you want, and the rest is gravy. We offer the same Trenitalia 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. Click on Trenitalia's Most Popular Routes and search fares & schedules on the European Rail Network.
All roads lead to Rome. Maybe that’s why every car is on them. The train really is the only way to get around all of Italy. Why not get a rail pass that lets you travel freely on any European rail system without the hassles.
The Trenitalia train network reaches over 200 stations each day, including many port cities in southern Italy. Reservations are required for high- speed and InterCity trains, international day and night trains traveling to and from Italy, as well as overnight domestic trains. Reservations can be requested within 60 days of your travel date for domestic trains, and up to 90 days prior on some international trains.