What to know about traveling by train in Italy?
Martha Bakerjian. Train travel in Italy is a convenient, inexpensive way to see much of the country, especially its major cities and towns. The nationwide rail system was begun in the 1800s, and expanded greatly under the Fascist regime of Mussolini, who famously "made the trains run on time.".
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