Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (Italian: New Passenger Transport) is an Italian company which is Europe’s first private open access operator of 300 km/h (190 mph) high-speed trains. NTV was created by four Italian businessmen to compete with Trenitalia.
TRAINS and ROUTES
Routes served by NTV are those of the Italian high-speed rail network, comprising 13 cities and 16 stations. NTV oparates only a latest-generation High Speed train, designed by global leader Alstom.
Italo’s High Speed train service connects three lines. Turin-Salerno, stops in Milan, Reggio Emilia (Mediopadana), Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples. Turin-Ancona, stops in Milan, Reggio Emilia, Bologna, Rimini and Pesaro. Venice-Naples, stops in Padua, Bologna, Florence and Rome.
TICKETS and DISCOUNTS
Flex. Maximum flexibility for your journey. You can change, travel date and time and the traveller’s name as many times as you like prior to departure time.
Economy. Flexible and inexpensive. Economy offers you a cheaper ticket than the Basic price, with unlimited changes prior to departure time for a small fee (20%). This type of ticket cannot be refunded. Traveller name may be changed free of charge.
Low cost. Best value for money. Low Cost tickets are available for Smart, Smart XL and in Prima and offer you the best value for money. No date or time changes or refunds are permitted, but the traveller’s name may be changed free of charge.
Children’s discount. Children up to 4 travel free on Italo trains on an adult’s lap. Tickets for children under 4 with their own assigned seat and or and children from 4 to 15 are discounted at the Flex and Economy rates.
Italo Family is a special offer for groups of 2-5 travellers travelling together in Smart, Smart XL and Prima.
Day Return. Travelling with Italo on a day return is easier and cheaper: Italo offers the Club Executive and Prima journey ambiences at attractive prices.
WHERE TO BUY
Online. Check out HERE.
Self service ticket machines. You can find them inside the train stations.
Booking office. You can find them inside the train stations.