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BOS — MIL
5 Mar — 12 Mar1
1 adult
Tue 5/3

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Trenitalia
With transfers
1h 12m
Trenitalia
Trenitalia
With transfers
0h 48m
Trenitalia
Trenitalia
With transfers
1h 05m
Trenitalia
Trenitalia
With transfers
0h 48m
Trenitalia
Trenitalia
With transfers
0h 48m
Trenitalia
Trenitalia
With transfers
1h 17m
Trenitalia

Milan train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Milan

RETURN FROM

£11

ONE-WAY FROM

£7

POPULAR STATION

Milan Centrale

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

Italotreno
The cheapest return train ticket to Milan is from Genoa, starting at £11. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Milan is from Milan, starting at £7. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Milan Centrale is one of the most popular stations in Milan
Italotreno, Trenitalia, and SNCF also service this route

Milan Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Milan
Milan Alessandria CantalupoMilan, 44.864788, 8.551368
Milan Quarto OggiaroMilan, 45.51914, 9.14533
Milan Como Albate-TrecalloMilan, 45.777393, 9.095762
Milan PiacenzaMilan, 45.052242, 9.706339
Milan Alessandria S. Giuliano PiemonteMilan, 44.89055, 8.760938
Milan Rho Rho FieraMilan, 45.521112, 9.088565

Book return train tickets to Milan

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to Milan that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Italotreno
9 Mar
21:05Genoa Piazza Principe
2h 18m
23:23Milan Centrale
13 Mar
21:30Milan Centrale
1h 44m
23:14Genoa Piazza Principe
Italotreno
9 Mar
21:05Genoa Piazza Principe
2h 09m
23:14Milan Rogoredo
13 Mar
21:05Milan Rogoredo
2h 09m
23:14Genoa Piazza Principe
Trenitalia
6 Apr
14:02Bergamo
0h 48m
14:50Milan Centrale
7 Apr
14:05Milan Centrale
0h 48m
14:53Bergamo
Trenitalia
30 Mar
18:05Milan Centrale
0h 48m
18:53Bergamo
6 Apr
07:02Bergamo
0h 48m
07:50Milan Centrale
Italotreno
9 Mar
06:04Genoa Brignole
2h 01m
08:05Milan Centrale
13 Mar
21:30Milan Centrale
1h 53m
23:23Genoa Brignole
Italotreno
9 Mar
06:04Genoa Brignole
2h 20m
08:24Milan Rogoredo
13 Mar
21:05Milan Rogoredo
2h 18m
23:23Genoa Brignole

Book one-way train tickets to Milan

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Milan found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
Trenitalia
1 Apr
15:25Milan Centrale
1h 12m
1 stop
16:37Bergamo
Trenitalia
1 Apr
15:05Milan Centrale
0h 48m
15:53Bergamo
Trenitalia
13 Mar
07:13Bergamo
1h 05m
08:18Milan Porta Garibaldi
Trenitalia
1 Apr
11:05Milan Centrale
0h 48m
11:53Bergamo
Trenitalia
13 Mar
18:02Bergamo
0h 48m
18:50Milan Centrale
Trenitalia
13 Mar
21:18Bergamo
1h 17m
1 stop
22:35Milan Centrale

FAQs for booking trains to Milan

How to get to the centre of Milan from popular Milan train stations?

When catching the train to Milan, you will be able to make use of two professional train stations, namely Milano Centrale Station and Porta Garibaldi. While Milano Centrale is the bigger and busier of the two, Porta Garibaldi will put you slightly closer to the city centre. If you disembark at Milan Central with your train to Milan, you can jump on the M3 yellow metro line and get off at Duomo, which is where the main square and cathedral are based in the heart of the city. You can also catch an overground tram, which will take you directly to Piazza del Duomo, too. Alternatively, for additional ground transportation options, look into catching a taxi at the taxi ranks based at both train stations. Disembark from Milan trains, can catch a quick cab ride downtown and see the sights while you are at it.

Can you leave luggage at train stations in Milan?

When wandering around the city of Milan, nobody wants to be weighed down by the concerns of luggage. A day trip best explored on foot and with quick public transportation options, Milan is filled with architectural wonder, cosmopolitan boutiques and fine dining. With Milan trains, you can drop your luggage off at Milan Centrale and have a hassle-free day out, with a camera and a light handbag. When using the rail to Milan, you will have the option of the partnered luggage storage facility, based at the station for your convenience. Unfortunately, Porta Garibaldi Train Station does not have its own luggage storage facility, but you can pop on the subway to Milan Centrale and store it there or look for a centrally based luggage storage company in Milan.

What services are available at the popular stations in Milan?

Train tickets to Milan will give you the freedom to hop off at some of the greatest parts of this world-famous fashion capital at your leisure. When making use of Milan Centrale, you will be based at the second largest train station in Italy and have world-class services at your fingertips. A multi-layered train station that sees over 300,000 passengers per day, it acts as a great centre for entertainment and commerce, with restaurants, shops and banks aplenty. The 1930s architecture brings the Italian heritage to life through this modern transportation hub. Disability access with ramps is excellent, too. Porta Garibaldi is smaller and slightly less busy but still the second largest train station in Milan, with impressive passenger volume. With good food and retail outlets, various cash points and great disability access, it is a professional and easy way to get about the city, with cheap train tickets to Milan.

Do I need identification to travel to Milan by train?

When travelling on the train to Milan from inside Italy, you will not need a passport if you are remaining within the borders. If you choose to travel beyond Italian borders, you will need a passport when purchasing your ticket. When enjoying your commute around Italy, always ensure you have your photographic identification on hand, as the conductor is free to request it at any stage during your train trip. In fact, the conductors have been known to ask several times when many stops have taken place in the same journey. Keep your ticket information on you at all times on Milan trains, too, as you will need to show that on occasion. Remember to keep tickets closeby when sitting down for a meal in the train restaurant or if visiting friends in other parts of the train.

How much is a train ticket to Milan?

If you’re leaving from Rome the lowest ticket price is usually about £40, from Genoa it’s about £96, and from Verona it’s around £143.

What is the main train station in Milan?

The main station in Milan is Milan Centrale. At Milan Centrale, you can find a number of trains offering service to other major cities. Major cities accessible by Milan Centrale are Genoa, Verona, and Rome.

What train companies go to Milan?

Some of the options we’ve found for trains to Milan are Italotreno, Trenitalia, and SNCF. Typically, your options for trains to Milan will be determined by the route you take.

How far in advance should I book a train to Milan?

You can catch a one-way train to Milan for £7 on average this week. For the next 3 months, we predict the price of tickets to Milan to remain steady. It’s generally a good idea to book early to make sure you can get on the train for the correct departure time.

How far is the centre of Milan from Milan Centrale, Alessandria Cantalupo and Milan Quarto Oggiaro stations?

It is 1.7 mi to get from Milan Centrale station to the centre of Milan, 51.7 mi to get from Alessandria Cantalupo station to the centre of Milan, and 4.3 mi to get from Milan Quarto Oggiaro station to the centre of Milan.

How far is Milan Centrale from Duomo di Milano, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and Navigli?

From Milan Centrale, it’s 1.6 mi to get to Duomo di Milano, 1.5 mi to get to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and 2.6 mi to get to Navigli.


Popular train routes to Milan

Most frequently searched train routes to Milan, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Trains to Milan from Rome
Fastest travel time2h 52m
Cheapest price£40
Trains to Milan from Geneva
Fastest travel time4h 01m
Cheapest price£96
Trains to Milan from Florence
Fastest travel time2h 02m
Cheapest price£106
Trains to Milan from Paris
Fastest travel time6h 51m
Cheapest price£149

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