Journeys between Milan and Rome are doubling: from 10 to 20 each day, i.e. 14 journeys during the day and 6 journeys at night. The Italo Ntv group company announced this in a note. An hourly departure from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. from Milan to Rome and other bi-hourly departures until the afternoon (afternoon departure at 4 p.m.), before night services which allow arrival in the capital at 6 a.m., 7 a.m. or 7:30 a.m. The same goes for the connections between Milan and Naples, which reach a total of 18 per day. The service between the Milanese capital and Bologna has increased by a third (from 14 to 22 daily connections) and connections with Venice have doubled (from 2 to 4 per day).

In addition, Milan is served by 14 daily connections with Turin and 2 direct services to Puglia. Itabus also increases the offer for Bergamo, connected to the main Italian cities: Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples. From 6 to 14 daily connections: in addition to night connections from Bergamo, there are 8 daytime connections to Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples. In Bergamo, the company also stops at the Orio al Serio airport hub, connected to all the main cities of central and northern Italy, to allow many travelers to reach the airport and benefit from services at the start once landed.

“Every day to and from Milan we have high demand. A city of business, fashion, major events and home to important academies. Then there is Bergamo and the Orio al Serio stop, where we are implementing services to satisfy the high demand for travel,” comments Francesco Fiore, to Itabus.

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