Italian high-speed train Frecciarossa connects Rome and Pompeii, unveiling a journey filled with ancient wonders”
Teaser: The captivating history of ancient Pompeii is now just a train ride away from Rome, courtesy of the new Frecciarossa direct service. This innovative transport solution not only brings the two cities closer but also enhances the overall visitor experience by providing an immersive historical journey en route.
- The Frecciarossa direct service between Rome and Pompeii commenced operation on 16th July 2023.
- This collaboration between the Ministry of Culture and the Italian State Railways allows tourists to reach Pompeii from Rome in 1 hour and 47 minutes.
- The journey itself is an enriching experience, providing valuable insights into the history of ancient Pompeii via onboard monitors.
New Service Unveiled by Key Dignitaries
On the 16th of July, the new direct service was launched from Roma Termini station. Key dignitaries including Culture Minister Gennaro Sangiuliano, Tourism Minister Daniela Santanché, Gruppo FS Italiane CEO Luigi Ferraris, Museums General Director Massimo Osanna, and the Director of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, Gabriel Zuchtriegel, were present during the grand unveiling at the Ministry of Culture.
Travel and Timing Details
The journey begins at 8:53 a.m. from Roma Termini, halting at Napoli Centrale at 10:03 a.m., and finally reaching Pompeii station at 10:40 a.m. Passengers will be greeted by the Pompeii Link shuttle bus to ferry them to the archaeological excavations. The return journey is scheduled at 6:40 p.m., with a halt at Napoli Centrale at 7:23 p.m. and concluding at Roma Termini at 8:55 p.m.
A Journey of Enlightenment
The innovative Frecciarossa direct service not only ensures a comfortable journey but also an enlightening one. As passengers travel to one of the world’s most famous archaeological sites, onboard monitors will relay intriguing facts and narratives about ancient Pompeii, enhancing the overall travel experience.
The Last Word
This new connection, offered every third Sunday of the month by the Frecciarossa 1000 – the flagship of the Trenitalia fleet, adds to the existing 50 daily round trips between Rome and Pompeii. The combination of convenience, efficiency, and an immersive historical journey promises to usher in a new era of tourism and travel. The ruins of Pompeii, with their timeless tales, have never been closer.
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