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Italy’s northern transport hub, Milan, is also its undisputed capital of business, fashion and design. Between them, Milan Centrale and its three other main terminus stations connect with the city’s Malpensa airport, the capital Rome, and international destinations as far afield as Paris.
The hugely imposing Milan Centrale is a tourist attraction in itself, with a full range of cafes, shops and services in or around the station. Serving over 120 million passengers a year, the city’s main terminus offers regular services to and from the beautiful northern lakes, Venice, Turin, Bologna and Rome, as well as destinations in Germany, Austria, France and Switzerland. Porta Garibaldi (to the northwest), Cadorno (west) and Rogoredo (east) generally offer suburban and shorter intercity services.
Most of the services to Milan are provided by the state-controlled operator Trenitalia, or are operated under the Trenord Regio livery for local and regional services in the northern Italian region. However, high-speed services from Turin, Bologna, Rome, Florence and Naples are operated by Italo, offering a fast and more luxurious service from these key national destinations. Note that some EuroCity international services are operated in association with Deutsche Bahn or the Swiss and Austrian national operators, OBB and SBB. Separate fares apply for the Malpensa Express from the airport.
Arriving in Milan’s spectacular main station – one of the railway wonders of the world - is one of the great experiences in European travel, bringing you within easy reach of the business and tourist centres of the city. The main terminus is also the perfect starting point for your onward journey: it offers an unparalleled route map of connections, from the picturesque Alpine lakes to the Mediterranean coast.
Famous as the footballing home of Internazionale and AC Milan, the city is equally celebrated as the home of style and design, hosting European trade fairs in everything from fashion to furniture. Like many stops on the Italian art trail, it boasts Renaissance masterpieces, but also the Triennale museum and the country's biggest collection of futurist art at the Museo del Novecento. Visiting all the sights is easy with an extensive tram system and over 60 miles of Metro network.
Eurostar services a regular route from London St. Pancras to Milan via Paris. There are between 10 and 15 trains departing from London St. Pancras to Paris each day, where passengers will need to transfer from Paris du Nord station to Paris Lyon by taking the metro toward Melun. The transfer takes about 7 minutes, with just a single stop before Gare de Lyon. From Paris Lyon, travellers can take the TGV to the Milano Porta Garibaldi station or, alternatively, take the Thello night train which runs from Paris Gare de Lyon to Milan Central. The Milano Porta Garibaldi station is located slightly north of the city centre between Chinatown, La Fontana and Varesine, boasting excellent connections to other major cities via metro, bus and commuter train.
Home to numerous museums, historical churches and the highest number of designer clothing stores in the world, Milan is an extremely interesting and chic cosmopolitan city. One of the greatest attractions in the city is Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper which is located in the Santa Maria Delle Grazie. Another popular attraction is the Duomo, which features 135 spires and 3,200 statues - the largest in Europe. The highlight of the Duomo is the Madonna statue which is made from gilded copper. For a spot of shoppting, hit the main fashion square known as Quadrilatero d'Oro to browse collections from some of the world's most high-end designers.
Travel to Milan on SNCF | TGV Lyria, Trenitalia and SNCF | TGV INOUI trains with Omio. When comparing timetables and tickets, we will also show you other options with multiple connections or other travel modes if they’re available.
Frecciarossa is a high-speed train service to Milan operated by Trenitalia, the national railway company of Italy. It is one of the fastest and most comfortable ways to travel around the country, with trains reaching speeds of up to 300 km/h. Frecciarossa offers a variety of ticket types, including Economy, Standard, Premium, and Business, each with different levels of comfort and amenities. Onboard facilities include Wi-Fi, power outlets, and a selection of food and drinks. The most popular routes for Frecciarossa are Milan to Rome, Rome to Naples, and Milan to Venice.