Detailed maps of rail lines in Italy

Is there a detailed MAP for the various train lines between cities in Italy? e.g., we're planning to book the high-speed train from Rome to Venice, and then again from Venice to Naples. The web site's "map" just shows a straight line between cities. We'd like know if we're basically back-tracking through Rome to get to Naples and what other cities we'd be travelling through. Thanks
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) March 07, 2012 19:04
    Hi Tim,

    Of course, you are correct, the trains do not follow a straight line between a pair of cities. Those maps you are referring to on our website are more for a reference of the location of the cities for a particular inquiry.

    A rail connection from Venice to Naples does involve one train change along the way in either Rome or Bologna. Trains from Bologna to Naples do go through Florence and Rome en route.

    You can view a map of the main rail lines in a particular country or all of Europe by clicking on 'Europe Map & Guide' from the homepage of our website, www.raileurope.com. The specific link to the map of the main rail lines in Italy is http://www.raileurope.com/europe-trav....

    However, if you ever have a question regarding the specific route a particular train takes between cities or the specific stops it makes, then you would have to call us at 1-800-622-8600.
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