The Italian Train Group FS Will Launch A New “Night Train Like Hotel”: Rome To Dolomites

Nov 21, 2023

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The Italian railway FS will launch the new night train next month from Rome to the capital city of the Dolomites Cortina named d’Ampezzo. Launching this new train in the next month seems like a “much-awaited service which aims to attract more numbers of tourists.”

This means this luxury hotel-like train will operate every weekend between 15th December 2023 and 25th February 2024, along with some additional runs at the time of Christmas.

This Italian state-owned company FS group formed a dedicated group aimed at tourism called FS Treni Turistic Italian. This takes overnight to reach the Dolomites destination, which will depart from Rome Termini at 9:40 P.M.

This train company will also work on additional connections, like on the Ionian road from Taranto to Reggio Calabria through Crotone and Catanzaro. This Italian luxury train company FS group was built in the 1980s, along with modernized interiors and technological equipment. If you are wondering how to afford the best hotels in Rome then this luxury hotel like train would be the most suitable.

The fleet of this FS group train will also be made up of over 500 trains from the FS Italian Foundation. The staff of this train is made up of 275 members. This luxury hotel-like train features single or double-sleeping tiers, including dinner and breakfast service on the ticket. Actually, the train by Rome is one of the most time saving at an affordable cost. That is why you will get a lot of time for the best things to do in Rome.

This on-boarding train car also serves products that are made in Italy, and this includes the bar service as well. This Italian FS group has actively participated in the country’s progress for over 100 years. One of the main objectives of this FS business group has always been safe, efficient, and comfortable in terms of transporting millions of people.

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