Valid from 11.12.2016

Vlakem do Itálie

Are you travelling to Italy?

Take advantage of a comfortable connection to Italy with one transfer in Vienna or in direct sleeper carriages to Milan, Genoa or San Remo with the option to board in Bohumín or Břeclav.

Where and how to purchase a ticket?

  • at an international ticket counter

Via Vienna to Venice, Florence and Rome

The best way to travel to Italian cities is with a transfer in Vienna, from where nightjet overnight trains run to many popular tourist destinations.

You can obtain more detailed information about train journeys to Italy from our Search for a Connection page.

By Train Direct to Milan and Genoa

To travel to Italy, you can use direct long-distance trains operated by Russian Railways (RZD) on the Moscow – Nice route, which run once per week and stop on Czech territory in Bohumín and Břeclav. In Italy, they stop e.g. in Milan, Genoa and San Remo. The train is composed of comfortable sleeper carriages only; it is possible to board only with a pre-purchased ticket with a global price.

↓ Outbound
R 409 *
Station ↑ Return
R 408 **
9:07 Bohumín 21:49
11:18 Břeclav 19:51
2:55 Milano Rogoredo 4:37
4:34 Genova Piazza Principe 2:22
6:44 San Remo 0:09

* from Bohumín and Břeclav to Italy on Friday
** from Italy to Břeclav and Bohumín on Saturday night


Introduction About Tickets By Train in Europe