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.
The average ticket from Milan to Verona will cost around £ 18 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only £ 11.
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Of the 96 trains that leave Milan for Verona every day 40 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
These direct trains cover the 141 km distance in an average of 1 h 48 m but if you time it right, some trains will get you there in just 1 h 10 m .
The slowest trains will take 4 h 24 m and usually involve a change or two along the way, but you might be able to save a few pennies if you’re on a budget.
|Distance||87 miles (141 km)|
|Average train duration||1 h 52 min|
|Average train ticket price||£11 (€13)|
|Train frequency||17 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 17 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||Frecciabianca, Frecciarossa, Italo, Regionale or Trenitalia|
Trains from Milan to Verona cover the 87 miles (141 km) long route taking on average 1 h 52 min with our travel partners like Frecciabianca, Frecciarossa, Italo, Regionale or Trenitalia. Normally, there are 17 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this trip for as low as £11, but the average price of train tickets is £11. Travellers depart most frequently from Milano Centrale and arrive in Verona Porta Nuova.
You can travel by train to Verona from Milan with Frecciarossa, Italo and Trenitalia for as low as £11. When you search for timetables and tickets, Omio will show you the best journey.
Enjoy the train ride between Milan and Verona with Trenitalia, Italy’s main operator of train services throughout the country with an impressive fleet of trains offering different levels of comfort, amenities and speed. The company's flagship trains are the high-speed Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca that can travel at speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh). Trenitalia also operates intercity, regional and sleeper trains. Toilets and WiFi access are standard on long-distance train routes. In many cases, Trenitalia trains also provide barrier-free access.
Trenitalia tickets to Verona from Milan are available on Omio, and you can find the best deals for them in just a few steps. Trenitalia offers three different ticket types to fit anyone’s budget, such as the Base, Economy, Super Economy and Ordinaria tickets. Trenitalia also has discount and loyalty cards for qualified travellers, which you can use on Omio. When travelling on a Trenitalia train to Verona from Milan, you can expect to travel 87 miles (141 km). Check Trenitalia’s train times and tickets for the Milan to Verona journey and buy your cheap ticket on Omio today!
Please follow the recommendations outlined by Trenitalia when booking your train tickets between Milan and Verona due to the coronavirus:
Travelling from Milan to Verona via train is a popular way to travel and the number of trips per day proves just that. These trips start around 06:25 a.m. each morning and operate several times an hour right up until the last train leaves in the evening. All of your trains will be departing from the same station in Milan but you'll have the choice of three different arrival stations when getting to Verona. If you're taking a direct train between the two cities, you'll arrive at Verone Porta Nuova, the main station serving the city, while connecting trips tend to end up at Verona, Fiera. You'll have the choice of two different train companies operating journeys between the destinations, with a variety of train services including high_speed trains, regional trains, intercity trains, and night trains travelling throughout the day along various routes.
You'll be glad to know there are numerous trains operating along these routes every day starting early in the morning and running until late each evening. Trains start running around 06:25 a.m. each morning and there are several trips every hour from then until the last train leaves Milan Centrale around 11:25 p.m. each evening. On an average day, you're looking at 75 trains running this route. Italo train company operates roughly six daily trains running from Milan Centrale to Verona Porta Nuova. the rest of the trains, close to 70 of them, are operated daily by Trenitalia.
Your travel time between these two cities will depend on the type of train you're travelling on, as well as the route your journey takes. If you're hopping on one of the Italo or Trenitalia high_speed trains running between the two main train stations without a changeover, expect a travel time of around 1h 15min, while a high_speed train with changeovers will usually take around 1h 40min depending on the length of the stopovers. If you're jumping on a regional train without a changeover, expect a time closer to 2h, while these same trains with a changeover will be closer to 2h 30min. Regardless of the train you take, your journey between Milan and Verona will not take more than 2h 30min to cover the 87 miles (141 km) between them.
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock="Ponte Pietra bridge over Adige river in Verona.">
Departure train station: If you're boarding a train from Milan to Verona, your train will always leave from the same station, Milan Centrale. This is the primary train station serving Milan and is located in the city centre with easy access to public transport including taxis and buses. You'll find a variety of amenities at the station designed to make your trip comfortable, including ticket offices, luggage facilities, ATMs, a club class lounge, several eateries and restaurants, and accessible and standard restrooms.
Arrival train station: When travelling to Veron on a train, you'll have the choice of three separate arrival train stations. Verona, Fiera, Verona Porta Nuova, or Verona Porta Vescovo. Fiera and Vescovo are two smaller and less frequently used stations, particularly for this journey. When taking a train between these two cities, it's recommended to use the city's main train station unless you live close to one of the others. Porta Nuova is the primary station serving the city and home to several facilities including shops, eateries, luggage storage facilities, accessible toilets, and many offices. You'll also have access to taxis outside of the station.
If you're wondering about the train companies operating this route, the most common train operator is Trenitalia. Trenitalia operates close to 70 trains running along these routes that include a wide range of services. You'll find high_speed direct trains, trains with stopovers, night trains, and more. Italo is the other train company operating these routes, though you'll find only around six trains a day operated by them. All of these trains are high_speed trains that run directly from Milan Centrale to Verona Porta Nuova.
Trenitalia is the primary operator in Italy and is owned by the government. When it comes to trips from Milan to Verona, they offer the most common trains and have a range of services that include high_speed trains with direct and connecting routes, intercity trains, and night trains. The slowest of these trains is an intercity trip with a single stayover that takes close to 2h 30min.
Italo is another major train operator throughout Italy, though not quite as big as Trenitalia. You'll find several direct, high_speed trains operated by Italo daily. These trips all travel from Milan Centrale to Verona Porta Nuova in around 1h 30min.
When booking your tickets for these trips, you'll find the option of first_class instead of second is available. This won't give you additional luggage allowance, you'll still only be limited to one large piece of stowaway luggage and a carry on piece, but you'll have other perks. First_class seats are larger and more comfortable with additional legroom, there's a snacks and drinks cart, a foldable table, and charging ports for your devices. If you're hoping to take your bicycle along, foldable bikes are easily transported provided they fit in the compartment, while you'll need to call ahead to book a space for a non_foldable bike. You'll be allowed to travel with two small pets, but keep them in a pet carrier for the duration of the trip to avoid problems. If you require assistance with a disability, you can approach Sala Blu directly while at the train station or call a few days ahead and arrange the help you need.
You'll have the option of two overnight trains when travelling this route. The first overnight train leaves from Milan Centrale station around 10:25 p.m. each evening and will arrive at Verona Porta Nuova at around 11:17 a.m. The last night train leaves Centrale around 11:25 p.m. and will arrive the next morning around 01:17 a.m.
Unless you're prepared to walk or bike from Milan to Verona, taking a train is the most sustainable way for you to travel. Out of the total transport_related emissions globally, trains only contribute to about 3% of them. They emit roughly 70% less CO2 during a trip than travelling by plane or by car and trains also use space more efficiently and contribute less to noise pollution.
There are a variety of ways to avoid paying extra for tickets. To start with, booking your tickets soon after they're released will save you from paying increased prices when it's closer to the departure date. Searching with flexible dates gives you the chance to pick up deals on days you might not have known about. Avoid travelling on the weekends, it's usually more costly than travelling during the week. using the Omio platform also provides you with all of the information you need and you can filter your results according to the cheapest option. Lastly, check out the Omio Magazine to pick up tips on how to travel more efficiently.
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock="Street Market in Piazza delle Erbe square in Verona.">
Verona sits in the Veneto region of northern Italy and boasts a medieval old town built amid the Adige River. Verona is most well_known for being the setting of Romeo and Juliet, by Shakespeare. The city is one of the most important cities in the region and has a long_standing history with numerous historical sights to meander through and activities to indulge in while hanging around. Try out a couple of these things during your visit, you won't be disappointed.
Omio customers travelling this route book their trains from Milano Centrale to Verona Porta Nuova.
The most popular departure train station with passengers for this trip, called Milano Centrale, is located 2.3 miles (3.7 km) from the city centre of Milan.
The most popular arrival train station, Verona Porta Nuova, is located 1.3 miles (2.1 km) away from the city centre of Verona.
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