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Trains in Italy: Resources

Alice Twain

www.trenitalia.com: Italian Railway (Trenitalia). You can buy tickets here and there is an English language version of the site.

staff.missouriwestern.edu/~mcgarrel/travel/trenitalia.htm: English translation for using the Trenitalia site (created when there was only an Italian version, but still useful as a reference).

www.selectitaly.com: You can buy Italy train tickets here.

www.raileurope.com: You can buy Italy rail passes and tickets here. Also good train info and schedules.

www.seat61.com: The Man in Seat 61 is an excellent resource for train travel in Europe.

www.ricksteves.com/rail/italy.htm; Good Italy train information on this page.

www.ferrovienord.it/webmxp: Milan Malpensa airport is connected to Cadorna station in Milan by the Malpensa Express train.

Written by Alice Twain, a regular on the Slow Travel Forums. Alice is Italian and lives in Milan. Read her blog in Italian: A Typesetter's Day 3.0. See her Slow Travel Member page.

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