Domodossola, an ancient Roman province
Domodossola city guide
Domodossola, an ancient Roman province
Domodossola is an Italian city located at the foot of the Italian Alps. It offers train connections to Swiss towns like Brig. The town features on the Domodossola–Locarno railway line.
Domodossola has a medieval town centre where you fill find its Piazza Mercato, a beautiful square surrounded by elegant buildings with loggias and balconies. On the square, you will find the Teatro Galletti. Domodossola landmarks include the Palazzo Silva, which is now a museum displaying Etruscan and Roman finds, as well as Egyptian mummies.
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- "Extremely pleased" Kenneth a. 24/10/2016
Previously I have complained to Raileurope about always being allocated aisle seating; as a visitor to France, I appreciate being able to see the countryside during my journey. French people are allocated window seats generally pull down the blind, go to sleep, read a book or work on their laptops; they very seldom bother to look out the window. Since I was in for a long journey, I spent a small amount of extra money to travel First Class and was extremely pleased with the experience. I was allocated a single seat and was able to see out the window for the entire journey. In First Class it is less crowded, less noise and fewer distractions. All these features made my recent journey the most comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable I have experienced so far on Raileurope. Thanks for a great experience.
- "Great Journey " Patepat p. 24/10/2016
I was amazingly impressed by this trip through the English Channel from Paris-Gare du Nord to St Pancras London. The train left on the dot at the estimated time , there was no delay. The condition of the seat was perfectly comfortable for the about two and the half hours train ride. However, the only inconvenience issue here was the wifi provided onboard the train. It was so slow, even did not working at all. Thats all my comments for this trip. I am looking forward to be a part of the Eurostar train ride again in my future trip in Europe. Cheers!
- "Lively people to travel with" Muhammad Tariq s. 24/10/2016
Enjoyed my trip with a group of young people singing all the way!
- "Good Journey" Muhammad Tariq s. 24/10/2016
- "Rome to Milan" . 24/10/2016
Comfortable train journey.on time for our connection to Geneva.Wi-fi on board
- "Experience 2B re-experienced " Akshesh s. 24/10/2016
It was fine rainy morning with chilling wind and travel from Italy to Switzerland. it was most comfortable Journey with sizzling nature outside window. I felt the route too small. 4 hours were less to travel and experience such worth. Thanks Akshesh Shah
- "Lisbon-Porto train" . 24/10/2016
A good modern comfortable train, fairly fast (3 hours). Starts in downtown Lisbon, then goes to Oriente (near the airport), then Porto with a few stops along the way. Snacks available on board are rather minimal - take something with you.
- "Spanish speed" Jonathan s. 24/10/2016
My wife and I traveled from Madrid down to Malaga using the Renfe connection after deciding to use the train over hiring a car and driving. I would highly recommend the service as it proved to be very efficient and removed all the stress of trying to negotiate the roads and proved to be a very enjoyable option
- "Convenient" Patchuda s. 24/10/2016
It's good and convenience. However, we recently travelled from Rome to Milan by Italian Frecciarossa and a bit tough when we have 2 big luggages as there is no space for storing the luggages except for cabin above seat which has not been designed for big size luggage.
- "15 Days Eurail solo adventure" Letchimi v. 24/10/2016
The trains in most Western European countries are well- maintained and provide a comfortable journey, especially the first class coaches. The worst train journey I encountered was the Tirano to Milan trip as the train carriages seem to be in need of a complete overhaul. As a global pass user, I was able to make use of the First class lounges found in many major train stations; my favourites are the SBB Lounge in Zurich and the lounge in Salzburg. The service was excellent and the lounge provided a place to rest and plan the next leg of my journey. I am so enamoured with train travel that come Spring/Summer 2017, I will be travelling again ( this time with a friend) to Europe and we intend to purchase the Eurail global pass.
- " Very good" Sujinda p. 24/10/2016
Only to improve is about time. The train came late 30 minutes on departure day.
- "Train ride review" . 24/10/2016
Excellent service and on time train ride made my train experience from compostela to Madrid one for the books...enjoyed it.
- "Great way to travel" . 23/10/2016
Booked online. Train on time. Stops well communicated for non-Spanish speakers. Highly recommend.
- "Excellent service" Sachin v. 23/10/2016
- "Efficient and Easy" . 23/10/2016
I traveled from Barcelona to Madrid with two other friends. It was a pleasure experience with Train service punctual. Clear announcement of stops available in English, so we were very happy with the experience.