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Europe’s Newest Railway Tunnel Cuts Travel Time to Milan
Published on Friday, June 10, 2016 by On June 1, high-speed passenger trains began cruising through Europe’s – and the world’s – newest and longest railway tunnel, cutting travel time between Zurich and Milan by one hour. The new Gotthard Base Tunnel is 57 kilometers (35.4 miles) long and was carved through the central Swiss Alps. It is almost four times longer than the original Gotthard Tunne...
New Ticket Options for Rome Public Transportation
Published on Monday, March 9, 2015 by New tickets for use on Rome’s public transportation network – including trams, buses, local Trenitalia trains (excluding airport trains) and the metro – are now available, replacing the old 24-hour and 72-hour tickets and adding a 48-hour ticket. Unlike the former ticket system, under which tickets were valid only until midnight on the last calendar day of use, ...
Italy in summer – a Closer Look
Published on Friday, June 8, 2012 by If you are looking for a perfect place to spend your vacation during your summer break, then Italy is a good choice. This amazing country offers many exciting places to visit and explore. From hanging out at the beach to attending artistic or historical exhibitions, you can take your pick. The festivals, beaches, shopping, outdoor concerts and plays are all part of su...
Train Travel in Italy – Reliable and Pocket-Friendly!
Published on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 by Can’t afford your dream trip to Italy? Stop worrying and start exploring the country of vigor in cheap Italian trains. This cost-effective mode of travel takes you to those enchanting Italian cities with ease. For a starter, grab yourself an Italy Rail Map to know about the rail routes. It is such a simple and essential step for train travel in Italy. The railwa...
Traveling by Train in Italy
Published on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 by If you’re traveling between Italy's cities, you should consider going by train. Enjoy the ride, look out at the lovely countryside and even take a nap while you’re whisked from one city to another. If you’re traveling between Italian cities, the train is definitely the way to go. For major city routes, hop on the Eurostar train, which will get you where you’re...