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I am looking for a place where I can find the arrivals / departures timetables for all Italian train stations (or at least the ones served by Trenitalia & Italo). Ideally a pdf of those paper arrival / departures timetables that you find in the stations. See this image if you don't know what I mean.

This information is all public since I could search it via Trenitalia queries and surely a pdf of something must exist to print the timetables that are hanging in the stations. I was able to find something similar for Roma Termini but that site only covers a few major stations and not the ones I am looking for. It is also confusing to navigate.

I know I could look at the trip planner of Trenitalia or similar sites but for the trip planning I wish to do these timetables would just be more convenient.

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    In Italy, train schedules are merely a suggestion anyway. =) – 200_success Jun 25 '16 at 17:20
  • The trenìt mobile app might be what you are looking for. – JoErNanO Jun 26 '16 at 1:16
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This site (rfi.it) gives arrivals and departures in a form similar to what I think you are expecting.

Sample output for Roma Termini:

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There's also a list of regional timetables in PDF format here: http://www.trenitalia.com/tcom/Informazioni/Orari-regionali-in-versione-pdf

e.g.

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You can do this through the Czech IDOS website. Simply enter the name of the station in the From field, after switching the language in the bottom-right corner.

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Optionally choose the date and click on SEARCH. You'll get the full list of trains departing from each of Rome's train stations:

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Clicking on an individual train will show you it's full schedule:

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Unfortunately this only works for Trenitalia trains. For Italo trains, an official timetable is available from their website.

  • That is neat, great! Button to change to English is on the bottom right and timetable is per day and hour and easily navigatable! +1 and thanks! – mts Jun 25 '16 at 15:21
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I had a good look on the Trenitalia site, both in the English version and in the google translate version of the original to my own language, (Dutch) and did not find any links or other indications of 'per station' listings.

But I did find this page, which promises times per line rather than per station. If like me you do not read Italian, you will need a translation service to work out what to click, this is what the site tells you:

Grazie a questo strumento, una volta salvato sul tuo PC, potrai consultare gli orari anche offline.

Which translates to (with thanks to google)

With this tool, once saved on your PC, you can check timetables even offline.

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