At the station
At the railway station in Florence, passengers are met by stewards on the platform where the ‘Treno di Dante’ leaves from. They check their booking and show them to their carriage and seat.
There is also a ‘Treno di Dante’ Information Deskat each stop along the route which is open at certain times and gives information about the town, sights and activities.
On the train
A steward is on hand in every carriage to assist the passengers throughout the journey and give information on the culture, art and history of the places the train goes through, making this a truly memorable experience.
Passengers can also consult times in real time, the map of the route, the businesses offering discounts and the attractions available in each town.
The route takes you along the Florence - Ravenna railway line, through the beautiful rolling hills of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines. The train stops at Borgo San Lorenzo/Vicchio, Marradi, Brisighella and Faenza along the way.
On some Saturday or Sunday the train will stop for 1 hour and 30 minutes in Brisighella, Faenza or Marradi. Consult times and days to know the exact stops.
At every stop
Passengers can visit some of social, cultural, natural and artistic treasures of the six stops free of charge, with reductions at selected museums, restaurants and trattorias: