List of named passenger trains of Italy

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This article contains a list of named passenger trains in Italy.

Train Name Railroad Train Endpoints Operated
TEE Ambrosiano Ferrovie dello Stato Milan (Central) – Rome (Termini) 1974–1987
Bernina Express RhB TiranoSt. MoritzChur present
Brenner Express Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB Florence (Firenze Santa Maria Novella) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof)
Venice (Santa Lucia) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof)
present
Capri Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB NaplesMunich (Hauptbahnhof) present
Caravaggio Trenitalia, SNCF Milan (Central) – TorinoParis (Lyon) present
Casanova Trenitalia, Venice (Santa Lucia) – Ljubljana (Main) 2001–2008
Conca d'Oro Trenitalia Milan (Central) – Palermo present
Don Giovanni ČD, ÖBB, Trenitalia Venice (Santa Lucia) – Vienna (Westbahnhof) – Prague (Main) present
Dumas Trenitalia, SNCF Milan (Central) – TorinoParis (Lyon) present
EC Borromeo Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Bern (Main) – Basel present
EC Canaletto Cisalpino Venice (Santa Lucia) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) present
EC Cinque Terre Cisalpino La SpeziaZurich (Hauptbahnhof) present
EC Lemano Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Geneva present
EC Mediolanum Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Basel (SBB station) 2004–present
EC Monte Rosa Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Geneva present
EC Verbano Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Bern (Main) – Basel present
EC Vall D’Ossola Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Bern (Main) – Basel present
EC Vallese Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Geneva present
EN Roma Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Venice (Santa Lucia) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof)
Rome (Termini) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof)
present
Freccia del Sud Trenitalia MilanoSiracusaAgrigento present
Garda Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB VeronaMünchen present
Giacomo Puccini Trenitalia, ÖBB AnconaVienna (Südbahnhof) present
Goldoni Trenitalia, , , MÁV Venice (Santa Lucia) – Ljubljana (Main) – ZagrebBudapest (Nyugati) present
Gottardo SBB-CFF-FFS, FS/Trenitalia, Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) 1961–2008
Heidi Express RhB TiranoSt. MoritzChur present
IC Brianza Cisalpino Milan (Central) – Bellinzona present
IC Insubria Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Milan (Central) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) – Stuttgart (Hauptbahnhof) present
IC Mediolanum Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Milan (Central) – Lucerne (Main) – Basel 2001–2004
IC Monte Ceneri Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Milan (Central) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) present
IC Riviera dei Fiori Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS BaselLucerneGenoaNice present
IC Teodolina Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Milan (Central) – Zurich (Hauptbahnhof) present
IC Ticino Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Milan (Central) – Lucerne (Main) – Basel present
IC Tiziano Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Milan (Central) – Lucerne (Main) – Basel present
IC Verdi Trenitalia, SBB-CFF-FFS Milan (Central) – Lucerne (Main) – Basel present
Italicus Trenitalia Rome (Termini) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof) discontinued in 1974 after a terrorist attack
Johann Strauss Trenitalia, ÖBB Venice (Santa Lucia) – Vienna (Westbahnhof) present
Leonardo da Vinci Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB Milan (Central) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof) present
Ligure FS/Trenitalia, SNCF Milan (Central) – NiceAvignon 1957–2009
Manzoni Trenitalia, SNCF Milan (Central) – TorinoParis (Lyon) present
TEE/IC Mediolanum FS, ÖBB, DB Milan (Central) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof) 1957–1987
Michelangelo Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB Rome (Termini) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof) present
Montecarlo Trenitalia, SNCF NaplesNice present
Paganini Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB VeronaMunich (Hauptbahnhof) present
Palatino Express Trenitalia, SNCF Rome (Termini) – Florence (Firenze Santa Maria Novella) – Bologna (Central) – Paris (Lyon) Discontinued in December 2011
San Marco Trenitalia, ÖBB Venice (Santa Lucia) – Vienna (Westbahnhof) present
Sanremo Trenitalia, SNCF Milan (Central) – Nice present
Settebello FS Milan (Central) – Rome (Termini) 1953–1984
Stendhal Trenitalia, SNCF Venice (Santa Lucia) – Milan (Central) – Paris (Lyon) present
Stradivari Trenitalia, ÖBB Venice (Santa Lucia) – Vienna (Westbahnhof) present
Tacito Trenitalia TerniMilan (Central) present
Tiepolo Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB Florence (Firenze Santa Maria Novella) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof)
Venice (Santa Lucia) – Munich (Hauptbahnhof)
present
Tosca Trenitalia, ÖBB Rome (Termini) – Vienna (Westbahnhof) present
Trenino della neve RhB TiranoSt. Moritz present
Trenino Verde (tourist train) MandasArbatax end of 19th century – present
Val Gardena Trenitalia, ÖBB, DB BolzanoMunich (Hauptbahnhof) present
Venezia Trenitalia, , , MÁV, CFR Venice (Santa Lucia) – Ljubljana (Main) – ZagrebBudapest (Nyugati) – Bucharest (Gara de Nord) present