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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Of the 88 trains that leave Turin for Milan every day 88 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Distance||78 miles (125 km)|
|Average train duration||1 h 50 min|
|Average train ticket price||£10 (€12)|
|Train frequency||32 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 32 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||Frecciarossa, Trenitalia, Intercity Notte, Italo, Intercity, Regionale Veloce or Regionale|
Trains from Turin to Milan cover the 78 miles (125 km) long journey taking on average 1 h 50 min with our travel partners like Frecciarossa, Trenitalia, Intercity Notte, Italo, Intercity, Regionale Veloce or Regionale. Normally, there are 32 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this route costs around £10, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £9. Travellers depart most frequently from Torino Porta Nuova and arrive in Milano Centrale.
For as little as £9 you can travel by train between Turin and Milan with Frecciarossa, Trenitalia and Italo. Omio will show you the best deals, timetables and tickets available for this trip.
Trenitalia is not only Italy's national railway company but also the country's largest train operator with an impressive fleet of trains offering different levels of comfort, amenities and speed at which they travel. The company's flagship trains are the high-speed Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca. Trenitalia also operates intercity, regional and sleeper trains. Toilets and WiFi access are standard on long-distance train routes. In most cases, the trains also provide barrier-free access.
Find the perfect train to cover the 78 miles (125 km) long journey from Turin to Milan with Trenitalia. Trenitalia offers different fares like the Base, Economy, Super Economy and Ordinaria tickets. You can even use Trenitalia discount cards on Omio. Make sure to look out for the latest offers from Trenitalia on Omio to score special deals! Check out the current Trenitalia timetable and book a cheap train between Turin and Milan in just a few steps. On Omio you can find all the information you need for the Turin to Milan route, such as departure and arrival times, train stations, number of stops, journey times and more.
Italo is a brand of high-speed trains operated by the Italian train company Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV). Its fleet of trains includes 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 a maximum speed of 150 mph (250 km/h). Italo offers four different class options, but each train carriage is modernly equipped with a high level of comfort. You can choose between the Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive classes. 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 movies, music and games). Italo offers three types of fares with different prices and flexibility: Low Cost, Economy, and Flex.
Looking for a smooth and easy way to travel between Turin and Milan? Book your Trenitalia Frecciarossa train to Milan from Turin with Omio today! Trenitalia is Italy’s national train company that offers a wide variety of connections throughout the country, including the Turin to Milan journey. Omio shows you current Frecciarossa timetables and tickets to cover the 78 miles (125 km) distance. You can choose from fares like Super Economy, Economy, and Base for the best deals on this trip. Trenitalia discount cards can also be applied when purchasing your Frecciarossa ticket on Omio.
All Frecciarossa classes provide free WiFi access, power outlets, air conditioning, toilets, luggage storage, onboard entertainment, and restaurant and bar services to passengers. Frecciarossa covers long distances and connects major cities in Italy in just a few hours thanks to its high speed. These trains are renowned for their comfort, speed and reduced environmental impact and can reach speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh). Frecciarossa offers all travellers ultimate comfort, flexibility and convenience, and you can book Frecciarossa tickets with us in a few steps!
Train information from Turin to Milan with Frecciarossa:
Trains from Turin to Milan are really frequent, and you’ll have no trouble catching one from very early in the morning through till around mid_evening. The available train trips vary in travel time, depending on the number of stops or changes and the time of day. On average, trains to Milan from Turin take 1_2h. The direct trains are the fastest, particularly as you’ll always travel with a high_speed rail provider for this short journey – these two northern Italian cities aren’t far apart at all.
There are more than 60 trains from Turin to Milan per day, giving you hundreds of options every week. The departures are densely concentrated around the traditional commuter rush hours. At these peak times the trains leave the station every 5_10min, so you’ll barely have to wait to board one. The timetable then stretches to about half_hourly intervals during off_peak times. The first trains leave at around 04:45, with the last one pulling out at about 21:25.
You essentially have two options when booking trains from Turin to Milan. There are the direct trains that don’t make any changes on the way there, and the ones that make one change. On the former routes you’ll simply board a high_speed commuter train at the station in Turin and be whisked along to reach Milan in just under or around 1h, depending on the time of day. The other option will take just under 2h, boarding trains that require one change en route.
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock=" The Milan Cathedral. Gothic, Renaissance architecture. View from below.">
Departure train station: Trains to Milan depart from Turin Porta Nuova station. The Line 11 bus leaves from the Fermata 248 stop every 5min, taking roughly 9min. Otherwise the Line 4 tram from the Fermata 246 stop takes about 10min. This is the largest train station in Turin, with plenty of shops and restaurants, including the popular Old Wild West pub and eatery. They’re located opposite the platform 8_10 buffer stops. Passengers with limited mobility are assisted by the comprehensive Sala Blu service, and there are cash machines and a left luggage facility.
Arrival train station: You’ll arrive either at Milan Centrale Station or Milan Porta Garibaldi Station. Both are modern stations with Sala Blu limited mobility amenities, cafés, pubs and restaurants. They also have left luggage facilities and cash machines. To get to central Milan from Centrale Station, catch a Line 3 local subway train that takes about 12min, or a Line 43 bus taking roughly 18min. There’s also a night bus taking about 13min. From Porta Garibaldi you can catch the Line 2 subway and get there in about 3min, and a Milan Trams bus will take about 9min.
Trains from Turin to Milan are operated by two train companies, Trenitalia and Italo. They both provide high_speed trains on the route, with Trenitalia offering a choice between its Frecciarossa service and its Regionale Veloce service. Trips take either around 1h or around 2h, depending on what time of day they leave. These day_time trains are all direct, getting you to Milan without making any intermediate stops. Trenitalia also offers its Intercity Notte service, which are night trains that take between about 1h 55min and 2h 45min. The longer trips make a single stop en route at Novara Station, where you’ll also change trains. The shorter night trains are all direct. These trains arrive at Milan Porta Garibaldi Station and both direct and one_stop trains leave at around 21:25.
Trenitalia is one of Italy’s main high_speed train services. It offers trains throughout the day and into the mid_evening on this route. The vast majority travel directly to Milan without any changes, except for a couple in the evening making one stop and a train change at Novara. The fastest Trenitalia trains take just under 1h. These are the Frecciarossa ones. The Regional Veloce trains take about 2h, also travelling direct. Trenitalia’s Intercity Notte provides evening trains, which take up to about 2h 45min at the outside. These trains are very frequent, leaving within about 5_10min of each other during peak times, and at roughly 30min intervals during the rest of the day and evening.
Italo is the other main high_speed operator in Italy that operates trains to Milan from Turin. It offers fewer trains than Trenitalia, around a dozen of the over 60 a day that ply this intercity route each day. These take between about 57min and 1h 10min, making them some of the quickest trips you’ll find. The first trains leave at around 06:00 and continue every hour or two throughout the day, with the last one leaving at around 19:25. They all travel directly there, without any changes required on the way.
As these are short, high_speed train journeys, there are no restaurant carriages on the Trenitalia trains, but you can get snacks and drinks in the bar coach. Digital entertainment comes in the form of movies and TV shows, which you can access on a laptop or mobile device through Trenitalia’s FRECCE online portal. You can bring a bicycle, folded or disassembled in a bag. A small dog or other pet can travel in the right_sized pet carrier. You can get a First or Second class ticket, and choose whether you want Executive, Business, Premium or Standard services. There aren’t any specific luggage restrictions, but the standard is two items of hold luggage and one piece of hand luggage. Italo doesn’t have classes, offering Travel Ambiences instead: Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive. Prima and Comfort equate to first and second class. You can get sandwiches and drinks, and there are vending machines. Two hold luggage items are allowed, plus a carry_on bag. Dogs and cats up to about 11 lb (5 kg) are welcome. You can only take bicycles in a bag of a specified size with you.
Trenitalia offers two Intercity Notte trains each day, which are the company’s night trains. These both leave from Turin at around 21:25, with one of the travelling directly to Milan, taking roughly 1h 55min to make the journey. The other makes a single stop at Novara, where you’ll change to a Trenitalia Regionale Veloce train. This route will take about 2h 45min.
You can use several ways to get cheap tickets for Turin to Milan trains. The first is to book well in advance, to take advantage of early_bird specials as the train operators try reach optimal capacity as soon as possible for economies of scale. By the same token, the opposite approach also works – if you wait until the last minute you can often pick up cheaper tickets due to late cancelations. This requires that you stay flexible with your travel dates. You can also train trips that take longer, or have more intermediate stops or train changes, as these are often lower priced.
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock="The luxury shopping gallery Vittorio Emanuele in Milan at night.">
Milan is Italy’s fashion capital, as well as a major commercial centre, and has a long and celebrated history. The main tourist attractions here include Il Duomo, the Milan Cathedral, a magnificent Gothic structure built in the 14th century, with its facade completed under Napoleon in the early 1800s. The church has the largest stained glass windows in the world. The Castello Sforzesco was the home of Milan’s ruling families until 1535, and houses a sculpture museum containing Michelangelo’s last masterpiece. The city’s fine art heritage is also showcased at Pinacoteca di Brera, one of the finest art museums in Italy. San Maurizio has the most impressive interior of all Milanese churches and also contains the Civico Museo Archeologico (the Archaeology Museum), built on the ruins of an ancient Roman circus. The Omio online travel magazine, The Window Seat, also has many more suggestions for you.
Some of the Turin train stations to Milan you can start your journey from include Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa and Torino Dora. Similarly, some of the arrival train stations in Milan include Milano Centrale, Milano Rogoredo and Milano Porta Garibaldi.
When travelling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from Torino Porta Nuova and arriving in Milano Centrale.
You can find the most popular departure train station for this journey, Torino Porta Nuova, located approximately 1.1 miles (1.8 km) from the city centre of Turin. The most popular arrival train station in Milan, called Milano Centrale, is located around 2.3 miles (3.7 km) away from its city centre.
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