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Italy Launches New Overnight Trains Which Won't Burn A Hole In Your Pocket

The two new “Frecciarossa” services will start from June 21 and cost INR 2,669 one way

Milano Centrale is the main railway station of the city of Milan, Italy Photo: Fusionstudio/Shutterstock

Trains are having a moment with European travellers as they look to roam the continent on rails. However, the high cost of tickets has turned many away from availing of this option. Now, Italy’s state operator Trenitalia has announced cost-effective and high-speed “Frecciarossa” services starting from June 21.