Traveling in Style on a High Speed Italian Train

Trenitalia - First Class

There is nothing like traveling on a high speed European train.  In October 2008, I traveled first class from Rome to Bologna on Trenitalia’s high speed line.  Other than zipping through the beautiful Italian countryside, the highlight was sitting in first class and being served a delicious three course Italian lunch.  My friend and I started with a glass of Prosecco and pasta.  Our second course was sliced steak served with gravy and sautéed mushrooms (see photo below).  We ended our lunch with a lemon tart and strong, Italian espresso. Buonissimo!  It was by far the best meal I have had on a train to date.

Main Course on Trenitalia

I highly recommend traveling on Trenitalia – even in 2nd class.  If you have a few extra Euros, travel by first class, by all means!  For more information on Italy’s high speed line, click here.

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About Robert Kavalek

Robert Kavalek is a travel consultant who shares his love for traveling the world on theTRAVELER (www.RobertKavalek.com). While his specialties are Paris, Mexico and "digital overload escapes", he can advise clients on any type of vacation. In addition, he writes about travel destinations and travel tips on his blog and Facebook page. Robert has visited 31 countries and territories and hopes to check out at least one new country every year. He currently lives in Washington, DC.
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