Italy is well served by major airways, and thanks to its strategic location
it's easy to reach all other countries in Europe from Italy.
Transports infrastructure is highly developed, with a widespread highways
and railways connection within the country:
Federal Express, UPS, DHL, and other rapid delivery services are also
- Railways: 12,121 miles (19,507 km)
The railroad system is operated by the Italian State Railways, a government
agency. The railroad provides an efficient and economical method of
transportation also for business purposes.
- Highways: 298,051 miles (479,688 km)
The highway system is approximately 298,000 miles long, including over
3,000 miles of superhighways, called "autostrade." The network connects
the major industrial centers and offers easy access to Northern Europe.
Mainly private companies under government concession operate trucking
- Airports: 95
Italy has an extensive airport network consisting of 19 international,
17 domestic, and 59 general aviation airports.
- Ports and harbours: 43
Sea--Italy has eight major seaports: Gioia Tauro, Genoa, La Spezia,
Livorno, Naples, Palermo, Trieste, and Venice. In addition, there are
35 smaller ports primarily used for coastal shipping.
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