|Subject: Re: Italian train supplements|
> If the train is designated Inter City, Euro City, or Eurostar, a
> supplement is payable. It costs no more to pay the supplement on the
> train--not so if you need to buy the whole ticket.
That's not completely true........... the inspector adds a fee of £.10,000 (about $5) when he drawn the ticket or supplement. It's not a fine, but still you gotta pay! Better check it out at the station before leaving!
> if it says something like Tariffa IC it includes the supplement.
I'd say that if you have a seat reservation, it should include the supplement, since they know which train you catch! But Andrew is right, try to see the tariffa field!
Ciao Flavio in Rome