Italy is one of the world’s most popular destinations. Once here, get around by many methods including trains and buses.
Italy is well served by several major international airports. You can get direct service to several cities including Milan, Rome and Naples. Modern airports are located a short distance from the city center. You’ll find many trains and buses to bring you to other parts of Italy including the Amalfi Coast and the Venetian canals.
One of the popular forms of local transport is the well-developed network of trains that all over Italy. They also connect Italy with many other parts of Europe including Paris and Madrid. Trains will also bring you directly to a train center in Venice where you can then walk or get a boat to your hotel. You buy first class or second class tickets. Trains run frequently and they run on time. Local trains serve cities such as Rome, allowing for quick transport through the entire area. Inter-city trains are the ideal way to create a tour with many stops such as Florence and Naples.
Buses are also plentiful in Italy. Make sure you get your ticket validated when you get on. A scenic bus route is an ideal way to see the streets of Rome or the narrow alleys of Florence. Longer bus routes will help you get from one city to another in Tuscany.
Renting a Car
Renting a car is an ideal way to get long distances. Get on the fast expressways and keep to the stated speed limit.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about transportation options in Italy.