high speed rail from florence to naples

hello all of you wonderful travelers who have been so kindly responding to my questions! we are taking the high speed rail from florence to naples in may and are wondering if there is indeed a need to transfer in rome or if the train only stops there in route to naples? i would register with the trenitalia.com site to find more answers but it seems they don't offer much privacy online there. thank you so much!

Posted by Ken
Vernon, Canada
21467 posts

paula, On that particular route, many of the trains stop at Roma Termini for about 15 minutes, but there's no need to transfer. As the others have mentioned, there's no need to Register just to check schedules. On that particular route, you could also travel on the new Italo high speed trains. Travel time is a bit quicker than with Trenitalia (possibly because they don't stop in Rome?). Happy travels!

Posted by Michael
Milwaukie, Oregon, USA
37 posts

Paula, there is no need to register to check the schedules.

Posted by Frank
Tresana, Highlands Ranch, CO, USA
12679 posts

Also, if only checking schedules you can use bahn.de which, sometimes, is a little easier to use and understand.

Posted by Roberto
Fremont, CA, USA
5411 posts

Italy treno is quicker because it doesn't go to Termini station, a dead end terminus, rather it stops at Tiburtina station. In the future all high speed trains not ending the run in Rome will use Tiburtina.