Trenitalia Historic Train

Timeless Railways Project and Slow Tourism on Vintage Trains

Beautiful abandoned railway tracks have been identified for their tourism potential and all of them have now been restored to create an authentic “moving museum” across Italy. These lines are not used for commercial traffic, just for historic trains.

Book with us a pleasure trips on historic trains which run on the most scenic routes throughout Italy.

Line:

  • Valcellina between villages and nature” from Treviso to Montereale Valcellina 
  • “Varallo Express” from Novara to Varallo Sesia
  • “Reggia Express” from Napoli to Caserta
  • “Sacro Monte” train from Milano and Novara to Varallo Sesia
  • Historic train from Catania a Militello on Val di Catania and Caltagirone
  • “Treno delle lame” from Treviso to Maniago
  • Historic train from Porto Empedocle to Palma di Montechiaro and Licata
  • “Sannio Express”, Jazz Festival train from Napoli to Pietrelcina 
  • “Between mosaics, castles and nature” historic train from Udine to Travesio and Spilimbergo
  • “Lario Express”, historic train from Milano and Como to Lecco
  • “Iseo Express”, steam train from Brescia to Pisogne
  • “Archeotreno Campania”: from Napoli to Ercolano, Pompei, Paestum, Ascea, Salerno, Pontecagnano and Sapri
  • “Sebino Express”, steam train from Milano to Paratico Sarnico
  • PIETRARSA EXPRESS: from Center of Naples to the National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa. Pietrarsa Express ticket also includes the free entry to Pietrarsa Museum

National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa

The whole complex stretches over an area of 36.000 square metres, 14.000 of which is covered. The Museum is just one of the unique attractions which together with its unrivalled location and quality of exhibits makes it one of the most important railway museums in Europe, rivalling those of York, Mulhouse, Munich and Lucerne.

The Foundation has embarked upon a mission to turn the Museum into a truly modern cultural center, the ideal backdrop to a vast range of events. It is one of Southern Italy’s largest conference venues and the Locomotive Hangar alone can seat up to 1.000 people.

The Museum’s ability to host a wide variety of events, adopt flexible closing hours and holiday openings has captured the imagination and needs of citizens and tourists appealing not only to rail enthusiasts, but the wider community without detracting from its primary purpose as Italy’s National Railway Museum.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s