Alta Velocità (formerly known as Eurostar Italia) - The cream of the Italian trains, these are services running at high speed connecting all major Italian cities. Some of these services are making use of the newly opened High Speed tracks, operational on the new Turin - Milan - Bologna - Florence - Rome - Napoli lined since the beginning of 2010. Reservation is always compulsory, and services include 1st and 2nd class travel, air conditioned coaches, soundproofed music, mini-bar service and/or restaurant car. Passengers travelling in 1st class coaches get a welcome drink and a small snack on boarding the train, the newspaper of choice and have exclusive access to the Club Lounge at the station.
The area of the station where the bomb detonated has been reconstructed but, as a memorial of the attack, the original floor tile pierced by the detonation has been left in place and a deep crack closed by a glass panel has been made in the reconstructed main wall. Strangely, many people have believed the station clock had been stopped since the explosion, even though it hadn't. In 1996, the station clock was stopped at 10:25, the time of the explosion, as a further memorial.< https:///historical-events/27-general/184-the-stopped-clock-of-bologna >