|RETURN FROM||£19||The cheapest return train ticket to Milan is from Genoa, starting at £19. This price was found within the last 72 hours.|
|ONE-WAY FROM||£12||The cheapest one-way train ticket to Milan is from Verona, starting at £12. This price was found within the last 72 hours.|
|POPULAR STATION||Milan Centrale||Milan Centrale is one of the most popular stations in Milan|
|POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY||Trenitalia||Trenitalia, AccesRail, and Italotreno also service this route|
If you’re leaving from Bologna the lowest ticket price is usually about £75, from Naples it’s about £253, and from Rome it’s around £236.
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 Rome, Naples, and Verona.
Some of the options we’ve found for trains to Milan are Trenitalia, AccesRail, and Italotreno. Typically, your options for trains to Milan will be determined by the route you take.
You can catch a one-way train to Milan for £12 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.