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Turin to Milan Train Information

Trains arrive inMilan
Trains depart fromTurin
Distance125 km

Trains from Turin to Milan: Journey Details

Trains in Italy are an efficient way to travel between cities, with a number of companies offering domestic and international train routes. High-speed Trenitalia trains run once or twice an hour, seven days a week, from Turin to Milan, with a direct journey time of just under one hour. The first departure is at around 6:00 a.m. with fast trains running until just before 7:30 p.m. Later trains are available but they have a longer journey time of approximately 1.5 hours.

Return trains from Milan to Turin are also available.

Milan

Demographics

Local Time 19:52
Euro
Population 1,300,000
Region Lombardia
Languages Italian

How expensive is Milan?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Milan costs 11.9% more than in Turin.

Shopping

Prices in Milan are on average 7.6% higher than in Turin.

Public Transport

Public transport in Milan costs about the same as in Turin.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Milan is about 39.8% more expensive than in Turin.

Taking the Train from Turin

Trains from Turin to Milan depart from the new and architecturally stunning Porta Susa Station which is linked to the rest of the city by Metro and local buses. Turin has an efficient and integrated public network system made up of buses, trams, regional trains and Metro services. All tickets have to be bought before travel. A taxi rank is located at Porta Susa Station.

Getting into Milan by Train

Milan is firmly located on the world map for its La Scala Opera House and the annual extravaganza that is Fashion Week. Beyond this, a lively, cosmopolitan city of nightlife, shopping, and dining blends into a background of medieval buildings and ancient churches, including the Duomo Cathedral and the beautiful Basilica of Santa Maria, where visitors can admire Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper. Also popular with visitors are shopping in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Brera art gallery and the modernist Pirelli Tower with its breath-taking views across the city. Trains from Turin to Milan arrive at Milano Centrale Station, situated right in the heart of the city's business district and with good transport links to Metro, local and ATM buses. Milan has an extensive network of public transport consisting of buses, local trains and Metro. Taxis are available at Milano Centrale Station.