Rolling across Italy on Rail Europe’s state-of-the-art high speed railways means visiting cities—both large and small—in a matter of hours. Moving at speeds of up to 220 mph, riding the rails has the appeal of slow travel with the convenience of modern immediacy. A journey from Venice to Rome can be made in just under 4 hours if anyone cared to blur through half the Italian peninsula.
While Italy’s history could consume a lifetime of study, first-time and returning visitors can reach beyond the mundane to experience each city’s specialty. Come on board with Paste Travel to ride the Italian rails from Milan to Rome with some of our favorite stops along the way.
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