Travel By Train – How To Say In Italian?

This is the next part in the Series of Italian Phrases – How to Say in Italian?

Let’s learn how to say these phrases in Italian:

Where’s the nearest railway station? Dov’è la stazione più vicina?

When does the train from Rome arrive? Quando arriva il treno da Roma?

When does the next train for Milan leave? Quando parte il prossimo treno per Milano?

When does it arrive there? Quando arriva lì?

Which platform  does the train leave from? Da quale piattaforma parte il treno?

Do I have to change? Devo cambiare?

A single ticket for Napoli, please. Un bigietto di sola andata per Napoli.

A return ticket for Venice, please. Un biglietto di andata e ritorno per Venezia.

How long does the journey take? Quanto dura il viaggio?

I would like to reserve a seat. Vorrei prenotare un posto.

How much does a second-class return ticket for Florence cost? Quanto costa un biglietto di andata e ritorno in seconda classe per Firenze?

Is there a non-smoking seat? C’è un posto nel reparto non fumatori?

Does the train have a dining-car? C’è un vagone ristorante nel treno?

Has the 11:15 train already departed? É già partito il treno delle 11.15?

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