Milan to Turin train

Cheap train tickets from Milan to Turin

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£23

The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour.

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18:10Milan Porta Garibaldi1h40 19:50Turin Porta Nuova
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06:40Milan Porta Garibaldi1h55 08:35Turin Porta Nuova
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11:15Milan Centrale1h51 13:06Turin Porta Nuova
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20:15Milan Centrale1h51 22:06Turin Porta Nuova
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Train schedule Milan to Turin

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06:15Milan Centrale1h51 08:06Turin Porta Nuova
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06:20Milan Centrale2h00 08:20Turin Porta Nuova
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06:25Milan Centrale0h44 07:09Turin Porta Susa
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06:40Milan Porta Garibaldi1h55 08:35Turin Porta Nuova
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06:53Milan Centrale1h04 07:57Turin Porta Nuova
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06:58Milan Porta Garibaldi2h22 09:20Turin Porta Nuova
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07:15Milan Centrale1h51 09:06Turin Porta Nuova
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07:30Milan Centrale1h00 08:30Turin Porta Nuova
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07:30Milan Centrale0h48 08:18Turin Porta Susa
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07:53Milan Centrale1h04 08:57Turin Porta Nuova
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08:15Milan Centrale1h51 10:06Turin Porta Nuova
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08:38Milan Rogoredo2h52 11:30Turin Porta Nuova
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08:50Milan Porta Garibaldi1h00 09:50Turin Porta Nuova
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09:42Milan Rogoredo1h11 10:53Turin Porta Susa
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09:42Milan Rogoredo1h23 11:05Turin Porta Nuova
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09:45Milan Porta Garibaldi1h05 10:50Turin Porta Nuova
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09:58Milan Porta Garibaldi1h00 10:58Turin Porta Nuova
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10:05Milan Centrale0h48 10:53Turin Porta Susa
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10:05Milan Centrale1h00 11:05Turin Porta Nuova
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10:07Milan Porta Garibaldi1h59 12:06Turin Porta Nuova
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10:25Milan Centrale1h05 11:30Turin Porta Nuova
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10:50Milan Porta Garibaldi1h00 11:50Turin Porta Nuova
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10:55Milan Centrale0h54 11:49Turin Porta Susa
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10:55Milan Centrale1h05 12:00Turin Porta Nuova
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11:15Milan Centrale1h51 13:06Turin Porta Nuova
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11:50Milan Porta Garibaldi1h00 12:50Turin Porta Nuova
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12:00Milan Centrale0h59 12:59Turin Porta Susa
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12:00Milan Centrale1h10 13:10Turin Porta Nuova
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12:15Milan Centrale1h51 14:06Turin Porta Nuova
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12:20Milan Centrale1h00 13:20Turin Porta Nuova
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12:38Milan Rogoredo1h22 14:00Turin Porta Nuova
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12:38Milan Rogoredo1h10 13:48Turin Porta Susa
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13:00Milan Centrale0h48 13:48Turin Porta Susa
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13:00Milan Centrale1h00 14:00Turin Porta Nuova
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13:15Milan Centrale1h51 15:06Turin Porta Nuova
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13:39Milan Rogoredo1h21 15:00Turin Porta Susa
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13:39Milan Rogoredo1h33 15:12Turin Porta Nuova
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14:10Milan Centrale1h02 15:12Turin Porta Nuova
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14:10Milan Centrale0h50 15:00Turin Porta Susa
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14:15Milan Centrale1h51 16:06Turin Porta Nuova
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14:19Milan Porta Garibaldi2h06 16:25Turin Porta Nuova
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14:37Milan Rogoredo1h12 15:49Turin Porta Susa
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14:37Milan Rogoredo1h23 16:00Turin Porta Nuova
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14:50Milan Porta Garibaldi1h05 15:55Turin Porta Nuova
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15:00Milan Centrale0h49 15:49Turin Porta Susa
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15:00Milan Centrale1h00 16:00Turin Porta Nuova
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15:15Milan Centrale1h51 17:06Turin Porta Nuova
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15:30Milan Centrale1h00 16:30Turin Porta Nuova
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15:53Milan Centrale0h46 16:39Turin Porta Susa
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16:00Milan Centrale1h10 17:10Turin Porta Nuova
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16:00Milan Centrale0h59 16:59Turin Porta Susa
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16:15Milan Centrale1h51 18:06Turin Porta Nuova
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16:38Milan Rogoredo1h10 17:48Turin Porta Susa
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16:38Milan Rogoredo1h22 18:00Turin Porta Nuova
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16:40Milan Centrale1h00 17:40Turin Porta Nuova
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17:00Milan Centrale0h48 17:48Turin Porta Susa
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17:00Milan Centrale1h00 18:00Turin Porta Nuova
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17:10Milan Porta Garibaldi1h40 18:50Turin Porta Nuova
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17:15Milan Centrale1h51 19:06Turin Porta Nuova
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17:30Milan Centrale1h00 18:30Turin Porta Nuova
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17:40Milan Porta Garibaldi1h41 19:21Turin Porta Susa
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17:55Milan Centrale0h54 18:49Turin Porta Susa
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17:55Milan Centrale1h05 19:00Turin Porta Nuova
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18:10Milan Porta Garibaldi1h40 19:50Turin Porta Nuova
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18:15Milan Centrale1h51 20:06Turin Porta Nuova
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18:40Milan Centrale1h00 19:40Turin Porta Nuova
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18:43Milan Rogoredo1h27 20:10Turin Porta Nuova
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18:43Milan Rogoredo1h15 19:58Turin Porta Susa
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19:05Milan Centrale1h05 20:10Turin Porta Nuova
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19:05Milan Centrale0h53 19:58Turin Porta Susa
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19:15Milan Centrale1h51 21:06Turin Porta Nuova
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19:50Milan Porta Garibaldi1h00 20:50Turin Porta Nuova
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19:55Milan Centrale0h54 20:49Turin Porta Susa
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19:55Milan Centrale1h05 21:00Turin Porta Nuova
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20:15Milan Centrale1h51 22:06Turin Porta Nuova
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20:30Milan Centrale1h00 21:30Turin Porta Nuova
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21:15Milan Centrale1h51 23:06Turin Porta Nuova
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21:40Milan Centrale1h00 22:40Turin Porta Nuova
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21:55Milan Centrale1h05 23:00Turin Porta Nuova
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21:55Milan Centrale0h54 22:49Turin Porta Susa
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22:15Milan Centrale1h51 00:06Turin Porta Nuova
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22:35Milan Centrale1h00 23:35Turin Porta Nuova
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Fastest train times from Milan to Turin

Showing times and prices for 17 Aug

Fastest Journey

44 m

Average

1 h 18 m

Trains per day

82

Distance

125 km

Of the 82 trains that leave Milan for Turin every day 81 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

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06:25Milan Centrale0h44 07:09Turin Porta Susa
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15:53Milan Centrale0h46 16:39Turin Porta Susa
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13:00Milan Centrale0h48 13:48Turin Porta Susa
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Overview: Train from Milan to Turin

distanceDistance78 miles
durationAverage train duration1 h 51 min
priceAverage train ticket price£10 (€12)
frequencyTrain frequency31 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 31 direct trains a day
carriersTrain companiesIntercity, Intercity Notte, Italo, Regionale Veloce, Trenitalia, Regionale or Frecciarossa

Trains from Milan to Turin cover the 78 miles long trip taking on average 1 h 51 min with our travel partners like Intercity, Intercity Notte, Italo, Regionale Veloce, Trenitalia, Regionale or Frecciarossa. Normally, there are 31 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this trip costs around £10, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £9. Travellers depart most frequently from Milano Centrale and arrive in Torino Porta Nuova.

Train providers: Italo, Trenitalia and Frecciarossa trains Milan to Turin

You can travel by train to Turin from Milan with Italo, Trenitalia and Frecciarossa for as low as £9. When you search for timetables and tickets, Omio will show you the best trip.

Trenitalia
Frecciarossa
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Trenitalia is Italy’s national railway company providing services across the whole country, giving you ample opportunity to discover the beauty and culture of Italy. Trenitalia’s fleet of trains include its high-speed trains Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca as well as intercity, regional and sleeper trains. Toilets and WiFi access are standard services on long-distance routes, and, in most cases, there is barrier-free access on Trenitalia trains.

Taking a train with Trenitalia is a great way to travel to Turin from Milan, and Omio can show you the best times and tickets available for the 78 miles (125 km) long train route. Trenitalia offers different fares for the Milan to Turin trip with ticket options like Base, Economy, Super Economy and Ordinaria. You can even apply Trenitalia discount cards on Omio at the time of purchasing tickets. Simply check the current Trenitalia train timetable, compare the cheapest, fastest, or earliest routes to Turin from Milan, and buy your cheap Trenitalia train ticket on Omio easily and securely today.

    Step on board a Frecciarossa train and relax as you travel across Italy. Trenitalia’s Frecciarossa high-speed trains make about 200 connections across Italy per day, including major destinations like Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice and Naples. These trains reach speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh), so you can travel 78 miles (125 km) between Milan and Turin quickly on a Frecciarossa high-speed train. There are four different classes to choose from: Standard, Premium, Business, and Executive. All Frecciarossa classes provide free WiFi access, power outlets, air conditioning, toilets, luggage storage, onboard entertainment, and restaurant and bar services to passengers.

    We show you the latest Frecciarossa train timetable for the Milan to Turin route, so you can select the best times for your upcoming trip. You can find other travel information on Omio for this trip, such as departure and arrival train stations, journey times, number of stops, and cheap fares. You can select from three ticket types: Super Economy, Economy, and Base. Once you’ve picked your ticket, book a cheap train to Turin from Milan with us today and enjoy your journey with Trenitalia’s Frecciarossa!

    Frecciarossa from Milan to Turin train information:

    • Average Duration: 48 min
    • Frecciarossa frequency: 13 a day

    Italo is a brand of high-speed trains from the Italian train company Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV) offering regular services to popular cities around Italy, such as Rome, Naples, Florence and Milan. Among its fleet of trains are the Italo AGV 575, the premier high-speed service reaching speeds up to 186 mph (300 km/h), and the Italo EVO, an eco-friendly train that can reach speeds up to 150 mph (250 km/h). You can choose from the following Italo ticket types when purchasing tickets to Turin from Milan: Low Cost, Economy, and Flex. Italo offers four different class options: Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive. Standard services in all Italo trains include toilets, free WiFi, power outlets, reclining leather seats, footrests, snack machines and Italo Live (free onboard entertainment featuring a selection of films, music and games). While some amenities may differ based on the class option booked, each train carriage is modernly equipped with a high level of comfort.

    Train information from Milan to Turin with Italo:

    • Average Duration: 49 min
    • Italo frequency: 9 a day

    Trains from Milan to Turin

    If you're looking at taking a train from Milan to Turin, you'll be glad to know this is a popular route with many travellers and there are a large number of trips along these routes daily. You'll have access to close to 60 trains operating daily, starting at 06:15 a.m. each morning and running throughout the day until late in the evening. These trains will be operated by two different train operating companies prevalent in Italy. Due to the distance between the two cities, all trains running between these two destinations will be direct trains. Your trains will depart from one of two stations in Milan and travel to one of two stations in Turin and you'll have access to both regional trains and high_speed trains.

    Milan to Turin Train Time: Daily Departures

    You'll find numerous trains operating these routes provided by two different train companies. Italo, a popular provider in Italy, offer around 13 daily rains travelling between these cities. These trips start around 07:30 a.m. each morning, with the last one leaving around 10:30 p.m. Trenitalia is the main operator providing train services for this route. These trains start as early as 06:15 a.m. each morning and run a couple of times per hour until the last train departs at 10:15 p.m. each evening. you'll find around 45 trains operated by Trenitalia running every day.

    How long is the journey by train from Milan to Turin?

    Your travel time when taking a train from Milan to Turin will depend mostly on the type of train you take and the route you're on. The high_speed trains travelling from Milan Centrale to Turin Porta Nuova without a changeover en route will take close to 1h. Regional and intercity trains travelling this same route will take between 2h and 2h 20min. If you board a regional train from Milan Garibaldi to Porta Nuova, expect a travel time of around 2h. A high_speed train from Milan Centrale to Porta Susa in Turin will take just shy of 1h 10min.

    Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock

    ="City view of the Mole Antonelliana in Turin at night.">

    What is/are the departure and arrival stations for trains from Milan to Turin?

    Departure train station: You'll have the choice of two departure stations when taking a train from Milan to Turin. The least common of the two is Milan Porta Garibaldi, which is a smaller station in the city and further away from the city centre with fewer public transport connections. The more common departure station in Milan is Milan Centrale, which is the primary station in the city and is located in the city centre with access to public transport including local trains, buses, and taxis. The station is home to several amenities including eateries, shops, accessible restrooms, standard toilets, ATMs, ticketing offices, and an information centre.

    Arrival train station: When arriving in Turin, you'll have the option of two different stations in the city. The first option is less commonly used. Porta Susa is, however, a beautiful station that offers a variety of amenities including a waiting room, eateries, shops, and much more. It is also well_connected to the city by taxis, buses, and regional trains. Turin Porta Nuova is the main train station serving the city and offers more frequent trips between the two cities. It's located in the city centre and connected to the rest of the city by public transport. The station is home to facilities such as accessible toilets, ATMs, restaurants, shops, luggage storage, ticketing offices, and an information centre.

    Which train companies travel from Milan to Turin?

    There are two train operators providing train services for these routes. The first and less common is Italo. Italo is a popular train operator in Italy and provides high_speed trains for this route. You'll find around 15 trains operated by them along this route daily. Trenitalia is the other train operator and the primary train company in Italy. It's also owned by the Italian government. They offer a wide range of services, some of which are the quickest routes available between Milan and Turin.

    Trenitali trains from Milan to Turin

    Trenitalia is the main train operating serving Italy and is owned and operated by the government. Trenitalia provides a couple of different types of trains operating between these two cities. the high_speed trains are some of the fastest options between the two and will cover the distance in around an hour. They also offer a long_distance, comfortable regional train that takes a little longer to get between the destinations. All of their trains are direct routes from either Milan Centrale or Garibaldi to Turin Porta Nuova or Porta Susa.

    Italo trains from Milan to Turin

    Italo is the second train provider for these routes. They're one of the most popular train providers in the country and offer around 15 routes between Milan and Turin. All of the Italo trains are high_speed trains travelling directly from Milan Centrale to Turin Porta Nuova.

    Train Milan to Turin: Services on Board

    If you're jumping on a train operated by Trenitalia, you'll have the option of first_class over second_class tickets. These tickets give you the benefit of comfy seats with extra legroom, charging ports for your devices, WiFi to stay connected, a snack cart with drinks, and a foldable table to eat on or work on. All tickets come with the same luggage restriction of one large bag for the luggage compartment and additional hand luggage. Foldable bicycles are usually easy to take with you provided they fit in the luggage rack, while non_foldable bikes need to have spaces booked ahead of time. Travelling with pets is allowed as long as you don't have more than two small ones and they're kept in a suitable carrier. If you need assistance while travelling, contact the company 48 hours ahead of time to arrange the help you need. If you're a disabled passenger, you can approach Sala Blu at your departure station or contact the train company 48h before to arrange the help you need.

    Night trains Milan

    Unfortunately, due to the distance covered between these two cities and the times of the trains, there is no need for night trains on this route.

    Traveling by train: Sustainable journey

    Did you know that trains only account for 3% of the global transport emissions? They're one of the most sustainable ways to travel, besides walking and biking. If you travelled this same route by car, you'd emit almost three times as much CO2 into the atmosphere. Trains are also a better use of space and contribute less to noise pollution.

    How to find cheap train tickets from Milan to Turin?

    If you're looking for cheap tickets between these destinations, start by using the Omio platform to find your tickets and then filter according to price. The Omio Magazine is also a good way to grab tips on travelling efficiently. Start by searching with flexible dates to take advantage of different deals. Choose to travel during the week rather than over a weekend. Take advantage of student or elderly discounts where possible, and also book your tickets as far in advance as possible. The closer to your departure date you get, the pricier they become.

    Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock

    ="Duomo di Torino San Giovanni Battista church in Turin.">

    To Turin by train—travel tips

    Turin is the capital city of Piedmont in the northern part of Italy and is most well_known for its cuisine and architecture. It's also home to the Alps, which rise to the northwest of the city. Turin is teeming with activities to indulge in and sights to explore throughout the city and in the surrounding areas.

    • If you're travelling with children, you may want to spend time at Adventure Three Oaks Park and explore the activities available there.
    • If you're a fan of museums, you'll find a plethora of them available in Turin including places like the National Cinema Museum, Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, Museum of Eastern Art, and Museum of the Risorgimento.
    • As a history enthusiast, clear your schedule and explore the Egyptian Museum or the Royal Palace of Turin.
    • One of the lovely things about Turin is the variety of open spaces to explore outside that include Parco del Valentino, La Mandria Park, or Colline del Po.
    • Take the time out to peruse one of the most visited museums in the country, the National Cinema Museum.

    Travel Tips: Trains from Milan to Turin

    Travel by train to Turin easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Milan to Turin.
    FAQs
    If you’re looking to save money on tickets, you can find a cheap train to Turin from Milan for as little as £9  in the next 7 days.
    If you’re looking to book your train tickets in the next week, you can expect the Milan to Turin train price to come in at an average of £10  one way.
    The distance between Milan and Turin by train is approximately 78 miles.
    On average the Milan to Turin train time is 1 h 51 min  covering the 78 miles long trip, but the journey time can vary depending on specific dates or travelling on weekends and bank holidays.

    When taking a train from Milan, you have a couple of train stations you can depart from including Milano Centrale, Milano Rogoredo and Milano Porta Garibaldi. When you arrive in Turin, your train can arrive in train stations including Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa and Torino Dora.

    Omio customers travelling this route book their trains from Milano Centrale   to Torino Porta Nuova.

    Passengers board their train most frequently from Milano Centrale and travel around 2.3 miles (3.7 km) from the city centre to this train station.

    Passengers travelling this route most often arrive at Torino Porta Nuova and need to travel approximately 1.1 miles (1.8 km) from the train station to the city centre in Turin.

    For the trip from Milan to Turin you can take a train with Intercity, Intercity Notte, Italo, Regionale Veloce, Trenitalia, Regionale or Frecciarossa. Be sure to check out all possible train providers that offer services between Milan and Turin on Omio to compare what amenities they may have.
    Yes, there are 31 direct trains per day from Milan to Turin. You can look to travel with Italo, Frecciarossa, Regionale, Intercity or Intercity Notte  without needing to change in between. Taking a direct train tends to save you time getting you to your destination, so it's worth paying attention to this when booking a ticket for this journey.
    On average, there are 31 trains a day from Milan to Turin. The train times and services may be different on weekends and holidays compared to weekdays.
    If you prefer early morning trains from Milan to Turin, the first train leaves at 04: 40. If you prefer late night trains from Milan to Turin, the last train of the day leaves at 20: 30. Omio shows you the latest train from Milan to Turin times to help you book the best departure time for this route.
    You can find a train from Milan to Turin to cost on average £10 one way if you book within the next 7 days. But we recommend buying train tickets in advance to score the best deals and save money on your trip. You’ll see tickets for the Milan to Turin train generally on sale a few months before the planned travel date.

    Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

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    Milano Centrale is the most popular Milan railway station for Omio travellers, but it's not the only one. Read all the information you need to know about the main train stations in Milan for your journey to Turin.
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    WifiWifi
    LockersLockers
    ParkingParking
    ATMATM
    TaxisTaxis
    AccessibilityAccessibility
    phone
    Phone Number
    +39 892021
    ticketOfficeHours
    Ticket Office Hours
    Mon - Sun: 05: 50 - 22: 20
    Public transport options for Milano Centrale
    Metro lines: M2 (green), M3 (yellow)
    Tram lines: 1
    Bus lines: 5, 9, 10, 42, 81, 87, 152, 728, N26, NM2, NM3, Air Bus, Orio Shuttle
    Train lines: FR, FB, EC, Thello, XP2, R28, IC, ICN, RV, R, Regio, Italo
    Amenities at station
    WifiWifi
    LockersLockers
    ParkingParking
    ATMATM
    TaxisTaxis
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    phone
    Phone Number
    +39 892021
    Public transport options for Milano Porta Garibaldi
    Metro lines: M2, M5
    Bus lines: 43, 56, 70, 94
    Train lines: R21, R31, S1, S11, S2, S5, S7, S8

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