From Italy to international cities
Venice - Vienna
The Trenitalia train can take you directly from Venezia Santa Lucia to Wien Hbf in 7h40. You can also take a direct Trenitalia Night train (NJ), the travel will last 10h51.
Keep in mind that seat reservations for night trains are required. We advise you to reserve in advance.
Stopover in Graz
Graz is an Austrian city known for its mix of old establishments and new ones. The Old Town is one of the best-preserved in Europe and four universities are located in this city. The Schlossberg is a must-see attraction, a castle situated on a hill, over the city.
Genoa - Cannes
The Thello train can take you from Genova Piazza Principe to Cannes in 3h31 without making any changes.
Milan - Munich
In order to get to Munich from Milan, you'll need to take a Trenitalia Frecce or Eurocity (EC) from Milano Central to Verona Porta Nuova (1h20 more or less) and then take the train to München Ost (5h11) with the Trenitalia Eurocity (EC).
Venice - Ljubljana
You'll need to take two trains. The Trenitalia train (RV) from Venezia Santa Lucia to Trieste Centrale (2 hours trip) and then the Slovenian Railways (SŽ) from Trieste Centrale to Ljubljana Tivoli (2h30 trip).
Traveling to Italy
Italian's railway runs in the entire country and is operated by Trenitalia. Seat reservation is required for high-speed trains (called Frecce) and night trains and we advise you to reserve your seat on InterCity trains (IC) especially from May to September.
If you are in Rome and going up North, we recommend hopping out the train in Viterbo. This cute city will make feel as if you made a step back in Ancient Italy. More information here.
With an Interrail Pass
Traveling to Italy with an Interrail Pass? Make sure to get the most out of your pass and check out the Interrail Pass benefits in Italy.