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Italy by train


Let's start this journey in northwestern Italy in this haven of peace, Genoa, less than 200 km from the French-Italian border. When you arrive at Genova Piazza Principe train station, go directly to Via Garibaldi, this narrow avenue where you can testify to a typical atmosphere thanks to the beauty of its colorful facades. On

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Things to do and see - Italy by train

Visit an intriguing city that's rich in art and notable architecture
Genoa
 
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Explore fashion and design in a cosmopolitan city
Milan
 
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Go to an elegant city known for its beautiful squares and museums
Turin
 
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Savor authentic Neapolitan pizza, and visit nearby Pompeii
Naples
 
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Glide along the canals in a gondola and visit St. Mark's Basilica
Venice
 
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Stay at the city of love and the setting of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"
Verona
 
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Indulge in delicious Italian cuisine, taste the famous Bolognese sauce
Bologna
 
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Discover Renaissance art and architecture
Florence
 
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See the iconic Leaning Tower and explore the historic city center
Pisa
 
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Get to the capital city, see the Colosseum, and Vatican City
Rome
 
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Enjoy breathtaking coastal views and visit charming towns
Amalfi Coast
 
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Explore five colorful coastal villages connected by scenic hiking trails
Cinque Terre
 
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Feel the medieval charm of a Tuscan city
Siena
 
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Visit the birthplace of St. Francis and its beautiful Basilica
Assisi
 
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FAQ - Italy by train

Why is the train the ideal means of transport to cross Italy?

Events - Italy by train

February
Venice Carnival
This festival dating back to the Middle Ages, aims to begin before Ash Wednesday and celebrates Shrove Tuesday for ten days. During these 10 days, visitors can admire the parades in costumes and masks that attract crowds from all over the World.
Venice, Italy


April
Italian Liberation Day
Every April 25 many Italian cities celebrated the country's liberation on April 25, 1945. The traditions in Milan are crossing the city in procession and laying wreaths to commemorate the dead of the war.
Milan, Italy



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