To travel to Italy, you can have various choices of public transportation, for instance flight, train, taxi, bus, rental car that best fit to your time, budget and convenience. From abroad, you can arrive to Italy at one of its international airports, such as Milan Malpensa, Verona, Venice Marco Polo, Rome Fiumicino, Catania etc. After your arrival to Italy, you can move easily across the country by flights with its national airway Alitalia or with other companies (Ryanair, EasyJet, Vueling…). Before buying a flight ticket, it would be better to check also other options such as trains. In some cases, travelling between two cities in Italy is more convenient by train. For more information on the timetable of train service, please check the Italian railway operator trenitalia or italo. Travelling in Italy by train is fast and sometime cheap. If you plan your trip in advance, you can buy high-speed train ticket such as Frecciarossa, Fecciaargento at cheaper price when buying online. However, travelling with train also has its disadvantage on a date in which a strike is organized. You are advised to stay updated with news on strikes to avoid and adapt your move accordingly. Besides these flight and train services, you can commute from/to another city by Pullman (Flixbus, Marino etc…) or urban buses. If you have a driving licence and a credit card, renting a car might be another alternative for your travel.
To summarize, let us briefly list out here some important public transportation for your move in Italy.
4) By rental car:
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