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About Italy

Getting there You can get to Milan from Nice, Florence and Zurich. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 07:02 AU$56
From Rome 02:55 AU$90
From Venice 02:10 AU$61
From Nice 00:47 AU$14
From Florence 01:58 AU$80
From Zurich 03:41 AU$114
From Vienna 14:00 AU$142
From Geneva 03:53 AU$51
From Pisa 04:03 AU$53
From Basel 04:04 AU$144
From Naples 04:15 AU$109
From Lucerne 04:03 AU$51
From Verona 01:15 AU$35
From Cologne 08:39 AU$144
From Genoa 01:29 AU$32
From Innsbruck 10:25 AU$110
From Bern 03:01 AU$114
From Dijon 07:19 AU$102
From Bologna 01:00 AU$42
From Turin 01:00 AU$42
From La Spezia 03:04 AU$43
From Como 00:33 AU$21
From Lausanne 03:17 AU$51
From Padua 02:07 AU$56
From Bari 07:47 AU$101
From Portogruaro Caorle 03:22 AU$69
From Prato 03:23 AU$48
From Chambery 04:01 AU$46
From Monfalcone 03:52 AU$78
From Udine 04:00 AU$83
From Bordighera 03:44 AU$48
From San Remo 03:35 AU$48
From Pordenone 03:31 AU$70
From St Jean De Maurienne 03:27 AU$42
From Olten 03:36 AU$133
From Forte Dei Marmi 03:44 AU$48
From Carrara Avenza 03:26 AU$43
From Trieste 03:44 AU$86
From Viareggio 03:46 AU$48
From Pescara 05:10 AU$109
From Brindisi 08:49 AU$160
From Mainz 08:11 AU$114
From Foggia 06:45 AU$69
From Civitavecchia 06:09 AU$106
From Lecce 09:12 AU$163
From Villach 09:24 AU$110
From Bruck An Der Mur 12:05 AU$126
From Rosenheim 11:45 AU$78
From Kufstein 11:23 AU$78
From Assisi 06:07 AU$77
From Perugia 05:40 AU$74
From Chiusi 05:05 AU$74
From Terontola 04:45 AU$67
From Livorno 04:20 AU$56
From Zug 03:19 AU$51
From Grosseto 05:18 AU$74
From Orvieto 05:30 AU$77
From Salerno 05:28 AU$149
From Macon 05:25 AU$46
From Arezzo 04:20 AU$67
From Arth Goldau 03:00 AU$51
From Modena 01:33 AU$35
From Bellinzona 01:25 AU$46
From Fidenza 01:21 AU$22
From Piacenza 00:29 AU$16
From Vicenza 01:50 AU$45
From Brig 01:51 AU$46
From Diano Marina 03:10 AU$45
From Visp 02:03
From Forli 02:02 AU$62
From Lodi 00:30 AU$13
From Peschiera Del Garda 01:08 AU$34
From Vercelli 00:46 AU$24
From Brescia 00:46 AU$34
From Voghera 00:42 AU$14
From Gallarate 00:31 AU$21
From Tortona 00:50 AU$18
From Stresa 00:56 AU$27
From Parma 01:03 AU$27
From Desenzano G Sirmi 01:03 AU$34
From Lugano 01:02 AU$37
From Camogli 02:09 AU$34
From Santa Margherita 02:11 AU$34
From Monterosso 02:55 AU$42
From Alassio 02:54 AU$42
From Levanto 02:48 AU$38
From Albenga 02:46 AU$42
From Modane 02:56 AU$26
From Montreux 02:59 AU$51
From Ancona 03:10 AU$59
From Conegliano 03:06 AU$66
From Pavia 00:25 AU$13
From Pesaro 02:44 AU$83
From Treviso 02:43 AU$62
From Chiavari 02:23 AU$35
From Sion 02:22 AU$46
From Savona 02:17 AU$34
From Rapallo 02:14 AU$35
From Rimini It 02:26 AU$53
From Castelfranco 02:28 AU$58
From Thun 02:41 AU$51
From Sestri Levante 02:31 AU$38
From Spiez 02:30 AU$99
From Novara 00:32 AU$21
From Lyon St Exupery Airport 05:02 AU$46
From Reggio Emilia 01:19 AU$32
From Domodossola 01:18
From Chiasso It 00:39 AU$22

Getting around From Milan, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Pavia 00:28 AU$13
To Lodi 00:31 AU$13
To Gallarate 00:32 AU$21
To Como 00:33 AU$21
To Chiasso It 00:39 AU$22
To Novara 00:40 AU$21
To Voghera 00:45 AU$14
To Brescia 00:46 AU$34
To Stresa 00:55 AU$27
To Tortona 00:56 AU$18
To Vercelli 00:58 AU$24
To Piacenza 00:58 AU$16
To Desenzano G Sirmi 01:01 AU$34
To Peschiera Del Garda 01:07 AU$34
To Lugano 01:11 AU$37
To Fidenza 01:16 AU$22
To Domodossola 01:18 AU$34
To Verona 01:22 AU$35
To Parma 01:29 AU$27
To Bellinzona 01:39 AU$46
To Genoa 01:42 AU$32
To Turin 01:44 AU$42
To Reggio Emilia 01:46 AU$32
To Vicenza 01:49 AU$45
To Brig 01:51 AU$46
To Florence 01:58 AU$80
To Visp 02:01 AU$51
To Padua 02:07 AU$56
To Camogli 02:12 AU$34
To Modena 02:12 AU$35
To Santa Margherita 02:18 AU$34
To Savona 02:21 AU$34
To Sion 02:23 AU$46
To Rapallo 02:25 AU$35
To Spiez 02:28 AU$51
To Castelfranco 02:31 AU$58
To Chiavari 02:33 AU$35
To Venice 02:35 AU$61
To Thun 02:38 AU$51
To Sestri Levante 02:41 AU$38
To Bologna 02:44 AU$42
To Treviso 02:53 AU$62
To Albenga 02:55 AU$42
To Bern 02:58 AU$51
To Montreux 02:59 AU$51
To Levanto 03:00 AU$38
To Alassio 03:04 AU$42
To Forli 03:04 AU$50
To Monterosso 03:06 AU$42
To Modane 03:08 AU$26
To Conegliano 03:11 AU$66
To Lausanne 03:17 AU$109
To Diano Marina 03:18 AU$45
To La Spezia 03:26 AU$43
To Portogruaro Caorle 03:27 AU$69
To Arth Goldau 03:28 AU$51
To Pordenone 03:30 AU$70
To Prato 03:32 AU$48
To Carrara Avenza 03:32 AU$43
To St Jean De Maurienne 03:33 AU$26
To Olten 03:35 AU$51
To Forte Dei Marmi 03:39 AU$48
To San Remo 03:45 AU$48
To Rimini It 03:48 AU$53
To Zug 03:50 AU$51
To Bordighera 03:56 AU$48
To Riccione 03:58 AU$58
To Udine 04:00 AU$83
To Lucerne 04:02 AU$51
To Basel 04:04 AU$51
To Viareggio 04:08 AU$48
To Monfalcone 04:08 AU$78
To Pesaro 04:13 AU$54
To Chambery 04:16 AU$46
To Zurich 04:19 AU$51
To Trieste 04:33 AU$86
To Pisa 04:33 AU$53
To Arezzo 04:37 AU$67
To Livorno 04:55 AU$56
To Ancona 04:59 AU$59
To Terontola 05:02 AU$67
To Orvieto 05:18 AU$77
To Ventimiglia 05:21 AU$52
To Menton (localite) 05:26 AU$62
To Lyon St Exupery Airport 05:26 AU$46
To Chiusi 05:26 AU$74
To Perugia 05:31 AU$74
To Geneva 05:40 AU$51
To Macon 05:42 AU$46
To Assisi 05:51 AU$77
To Civitavecchia 06:06 AU$106
To Nice 06:15 AU$66
To Grosseto 06:30 AU$74
To Rome 06:53 AU$90
To Pescara 06:55 AU$75
To Innsbruck 06:56 AU$78
To Dijon 07:40 AU$102
To Mainz 08:08 AU$144
To Rosenheim 08:15 AU$78
To Frankfurt 08:28 AU$262
To Karlsruhe 08:34 AU$188
To Foggia 08:54 AU$86
To Mannheim 08:59 AU$51
To Naples 08:59 AU$109
To Bruck An Der Mur 09:04 AU$126
To Salerno 09:53 AU$114
To Perpignan 10:18 AU$120
To Bari 10:33 AU$101
To Paris 10:35 AU$46
To Villach 11:08 AU$78
To Cologne 11:32 AU$352
To Munich 11:35 AU$78
To Brindisi 12:57 AU$106
To Lecce 13:25 AU$109
To Vienna 14:53 AU$143
To Amsterdam 15:46 AU$151

While you're there

Milan, the second largest city in Italy

Milan is a main Italian city and regarded as the fashion capital of Europe. Milan is also an transport hub for Italy. The city has an important stake in the finance, commerce, media and sport of Italy. Two of its football teams, Inter Milan and Milan AC, are known throughout the world. Milan is located in the north west of Italy and is home to a number of museums, designers factory shops, churches and other landmarks. Those who love street style would love the Navigli area. In Piazza XXIV Maggio, shoppers will find brands such Custo-Barcellona, Diesel, Miss Sixteen, Gas and Fornarina, alongside second-hand clothes shops, handmade clothes and accessory stores made from silk and other precious materials.

The main railway stations of Milan are Milan Centrale and Milan Porta Garibaldi. The two stations are about 1.5 kilometres away from each other.

There are a number of things to do and to see in Milan. Visit the Saint Ambrose basilica, a fine example of pure romanesque style and wander through the medieval streets of the district to the San Lorenzo basilica, with its mosaics of gold. Go to La Sala delle Asse to see the renowned frescos by Leonardo and the very last masterpiece of Michelangelo – The Rondanini Pieta.

Wandering around the merchants square, you will discover traces of the ancient city – from Broletto, the largest and most famous of the medieval public palaces of Lombardy to the Duomo, a fine example of Gothic art.

In Milan you will find distinct flavours that will make you discover the origins of the Lombard cuisine: Risotto alla milanese, cotoletta, panetton... Savour these old fashioned traditional Milanese dishes accompanied by the best wines in one of the many restaurants of the city.

Go to the heart of the luxury shopping area in Milan: Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga and Via Sant’Andrea are streets that together with Via Manzoni, Via Borgospesso and Via Santo Spirito are best known for shopping sprees. The most prestigious boutiques are there. You will also find unique jewels created by the most famous name, clothes and accessories to die for, and shoes that are works of art. The factory shops or atelier showrooms of Gucci, Versace, Luis Vuitton, Prada and Cartier are found there. In Via Sant’Andrea you can find brands like Fendi, Armani, Moschino, Kenzo, Cesare Paciotti, Hermés, Prada and Trussardi. The elegant Via Manzoni is home to the Giorgio Armani store.

Milan Tourism
Piazza Castello, 1 angolo Via Beltrami
Tel: +39 02 7740 4343

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Milan can be found.

Milan railway station(s)

Milano Centrale Train Station

Milano Centrale Train Station

Address: Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 1 20124 Milan

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 7am to 9pm
Saturday and Sunday: 7am to 9pm

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV, Le Frecce), Regional trains (Trenitalia), City Night Line
Tourist Information Point, Assistance for disabled persons, Railway police, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Waiting rooms, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM, Currency exchange, and Phone cabins.

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Milan Porta Garibaldi Train Station

Milan Porta Garibaldi Train Station

Address: Piazza Sigmund Freud 20124 Milan

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 6:30am to 9:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 6:30am to 9:30pm

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV, Italo), Regional trains
Railway staff, Self-service baggage carts, Waiting rooms, Luggage services, Cash machines (ATMs), Foreign exchange bureaux, Car rental offices, Tourist information, Assistance for disabled persons, and Phone cabins.

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Milano Lambrate

Address: Piazza Enrico Bottini, 3 20133 Milan

Milano Rogoredo

Address: Via Gian Battista Cassinis, 83 20139 Milan


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  • "Better than flying!"    
    Comfortable, fast and relaxing. No complaints at all.  
  • "family holiday"    
    excellent service very comfortable and punctual the scenery on this journey was amazing  
    Great experience which made us think that train travel is the way to go. The Tuscany country side was tempting enough to experience a return future trip.Congratulations on comfort, cleanliness and efficiency.  
  • "THE EASY WAY"    
    Once on board it was sit back and enjoy both inside and outside action. This experience was well worth every dollar spent. Comfort, value and convenience all up there with the best.  
  • "Very Good"    
    Great trip  
  • "Smooth Travelling"    
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  • "touring"    
    this train trip was excellent - i highly recommend booking the 1st class tickets - comfort was a lot better than in standard carrages  
  • "Travel in Style"    
    A wonderful and relaxing trip through the alps from Milan to paris that gave us an opportunity to see more of the spectacular scenery in the region whilst still getting us into Paris in good time without all the hassles of arriving in CDG.  
  • "Naples to Milan"    
    The trip was comfortable, on time to the second, and convenient. I wish Italy would do something about the crime in their train stations because that makes each end of the trip stressful.  
  • "Australian travellers"    
    Excellent experience, very comfortable and efficient. Could offer a simple meal to be pre ordered. The choice of food in the dinning carriage not very interesting.  
  • "Relaxing journey"    
    A daytime treat for travelers. Simple and convenient transport from City center to center. Adequate food in First carriage, and availability of a bar carriage. Stowage of luggage is always a problem so if travelling with suitcases, get there early!  
  • "Simple"    
    Our family of 4 chose 1st class for this leg of our journey as it was longer than others. We booked early so we could get the centre seats facing eachother which was worth it. The trip was very smooth although there were some odd and unexplained police stops along the way which made us late by about 30 minutes. One element that was confusing was transferring from the domestic Gare De Lyon station to the international area...took us a while and a few wrong turns to find the right place but we had planned for some stuff-ups so still had plenty of time.  
  • "Florence to UK the scenic way"    
    This was the beginning of a long day for our party of 4 mature travellers. No problems at all. We pre-booked (2nd class all the way), ensuring we had a seat, which was comfortable and there was storage space for our luggage.  
  • "Milan to Zurich Sept 2015"    
    Convenient trip, but trains could use an upgrade. Some bag storage in second class would be a plus, and 7 Euro for two pretty bad cups of coffee is a bit exorbitant. Otherwise a fine trip with a spectacular view through the Alps.  
  • "Frecciarossa - Just Brilliant"    
    Very fast very comfortable, these trains are supurb.  
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