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ITALO trains need help

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This is not a query but a request.

There are two operators of high speed trains in Italy - Trenitalia with their Frecciarossa trains and NTV with their Italo trains.

Both provide an excellent service but Italo is suffering and this is in part due to hard ball tactics from Trenitalia which indirectly controls the network and the stations.

If Italo folds then it is more than likely that Trenitalia will be able to push up prices and visitors to Italy know that the high speed train fares in Italy are a fantastic bargain if booked in advance.

As competition will keep fares low for everyone please consider booking with Italo on your next trip. See - http://www.italotreno.it/EN/Pages/default.aspx

I am against using this site for any form of promotion but I feel this is an exception.

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