How long in advance can you book a train?

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How long in advance can you book a train?

Typically, train companies release their Advance tickets 12 weeks before the departure date, although some go on sale as far as 24 weeks in advance! Only a limited number of tickets will be available, so be quick to secure yours as the fare can rise as the date of travel gets nearer.

Q. How far in advance can you book Italian trains?

You can buy your train tickets roughly 2 months ahead of when you’ll need them, and can even book them the day before your train trip. Once you’re in Italy, you can buy tickets just before you get on a train.

Q. Do you need to reserve seats on Italian trains?

In Italy, you must reserve seats on IC (InnerCity), EC (EuroCity), Frecciarossa and Frecciabianca trains. ItaliaRail can make reservations on many but not ALL trains. For seats on trains we cannot reserve, you will have to wait until you are in Europe and head to the station to make the reservation.

Q. What is the best way to book trains in Italy?

ItaliaRail.com is the easiest and best site for booking Italy train tickets. It’s cheaper then Trenitalia.com if there are 2 or more passengers. It’s an online website that sells Trenitalia tickets in Euros, Pounds, and Dollars.

Q. How do I buy train tickets in Italy?

You can buy tickets at the Trenitalia counter at all stations, and Italo also has ticket sales at Termini and Tiburtina. Other smaller stations, as well as large train terminals, have ticket machines that accept cash or card. For regional trains, some tabacchi sell the tickets based on km to be traveled.

Q. Are Italian trains on time?

Trains usually are on time in Italy.

Q. Do I have to reserve a seat on the train?

Seat reservations are normally free of charge if made at the same time you buy your ticket. They can be made at stations, Rail Appointed Travel Agents, and if you are buying your ticket at the same time, over the phone or on the Internet. Telesales phone numbers are listed on our Train Companies page.

Q. Which trains in Europe require reservations?

Reservations are required for: Sleeping accommodations on all overnight trains; most high-speed trains (e.g. Eurostar, TGV, TAV, Thalys); Long Distance and Express Trains in Spain, Portugal, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe; and Long Distance and Express Trains during high season (July and August).

Q. How reliable are trains in Italy?

Trains in Italy are a good way to travel around. They are mostly cheap and reasonably reliable, although some of the older trains are not hugely comfortable. Italy’s railway coverage is good, although in rural or mountainous areas you may need to catch a bus instead.

Q. Is first class train in Italy worth it?

So, is first class worth the price? Well, that depends. The biggest difference between the train classes is space, so if space is really important to you then I’d say go for it. Having said that, the prices on the expensive trains keep going up, so first class tickets may be outside your budget.

Q. Are trains expensive in Italy?

Most train travelers in Italy spend each rail-travel day taking relatively short rides on the Milan–Venice–Florence–Rome circuit. For these trips (most of which cost less than $50 for a second-class ticket), it’s cheaper to buy point-to-point train tickets than a rail pass (since most cost more than $50 per day).

Q. How to get a train schedule in Italy?

If you are looking for a train schedule for a later date you can request to be informed when the route becomes available by completing the Find Train Tickets in Italy form above and submitting your email address. The main hall of every train station in Europe contains a departure and arrival board.

Q. Can you make a reservation for an Italia train?

ItaliaRail can make reservations on many but not ALL trains. For seats on trains we cannot reserve, you will have to wait until you are in Europe and head to the station to make the reservation.

Q. How old do you have to be to get a train ticket in Italy?

Many trains in Italy and beyond offer a discounted fare between 30% & 50% off the Adult fare for Children. The child offer is now extended to children ages 4 to 14 years when traveling on high-speed Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, Frecciargento, InterCity, InterCityNotte, EuroCity, and Thello trains.

Q. How much does it cost to get a seat on a train in Italy?

In addition, any cross border day train will require a seat reservation. In Italy, you must reserve seats on IC (InnerCity), EC (EuroCity), Frecciarossa and Frecciabianca trains. Reservations on the Frecciarossa and Frecciabianca trains are $14 USD per seat per train.

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