19 common Italian phrases for travelling by train

Learn the most common Italian phrases for travelling by train in this lesson.

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Dove trovo la stazione dei treni?
Where do I find the train station?

A che ora parte il prossimo treno?
When will the next train leave?

Devo obliterare il biglietto prima di salire?
Do I have to validate my ticket before getting on (the train)?

Un biglietto per Roma, grazie.
A one-way ticket to Rome, thank you.

Un biglietto andata e ritorno per Roma, grazie.
A round-trip ticket to Rome, thank you.

common Italian phrases for travelling by train
Un biglietto andata e ritorno per Roma, grazie.
A round-trip ticket to Rome, thank you.

Da quale binario parte il treno diretto a Roma?
Which platform does the train to Rome leave from?

Prima classe o classe economica?
First class or standard class (ticket)?

Quanto costa un biglietto per Venezia?
How much is a ticket to Venice?

Quanto tempo ci vuole per arrivare a Genova?
How long does it take to reach Genoa?

Non perdere la coincidenza a Firenze.
Don’t lose the connection in Florence. (informal)

Non perda la coincidenza a Firenze.
Don’t lose the connection in Florence. (formal)

A che ora arriva il treno a Roma?
What time does the train arrive in Rome?

common Italian phrases for travelling by train
A che ora arriva il treno a Roma?
What time does the train arrive in Rome?

Il treno è in partenza dal binario tre.
The train is about to leave from platform no. 3.

Dov’è il binario uno?
Where’s platform no. 1?

Dove posso trovare l’orario dei treni?
Where can I find a train timetable?

Questo treno si ferma a Milano?
Does this train stop at Milan?

È libero questo posto?
Is this seat free?

Questo posto è occupato.
This seat is busy.

Dov’è la biglietteria?
Where’s the ticket office?


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