Frecciabianca are high quality express trains operating on the classic network in Italy (not on the high speed lines) at speeds of up to 200 km/h. They run on many routes, mainly along the coastal lines in the east and west of Italy as well as on the west-east axis from Turin and Milan to Venice.
Three different types of trainsets are used for Frecciabianca services: ETR 460 and ETR 470 (former "Pendolino" tilting trains with the tilting mechanism deactivated) and conventional loco hauled trains. All trains are air-conditioned, have power sockets at all seats and a bistro car offering a varied menu of drinks and snacks. All trains have dedicated areas for the disabled. Bicycles can be transported if placed in a bike case. There are two levels of service on Frecciabianca trains:
- 1st class: Comfortable, adjustable seats in rows of three (2+1 seats), mostly facing each other but also in rows. Welcome drink, snack and newspapers are included.
- 2nd class: Comfortable, adjustable seats in rows of four (2+2 seats), mostly facing each other but also in rows.
Torino - Milano - Venezia - Udine/Trieste | Torino/Milano - Genova - Pisa - Roma | Roma - Napoli - Salerno - Reggio di Calabria | Torino/Milano/Venezia - Bologna - Ancona - Bari - Lecce