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Venice - Milan
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Italian trains: Frecciarossa| (111 Reviews)
The high-speed train service in Italy is called the Frecciarossa (Red Arrow). Your journey between Italy’s main cities, and from Northern Torino up to Salerno on the Amalfi Coast is quick -it travels at 360km/h (225mph)- comfortable and safe. (...)
Main stations in Venice and Milan
Venezia Santa LuciaOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 6am to 12am
Saturday and Sunday: 6am to 12am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains operated by Trenitalia, City Night Line
Tourist Information Point, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Waiting rooms, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Currency exchange, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Milano CentraleOpening 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.
Travel inspiration in Venice and Milan
Your travel by train from Venice to Milan
Trenitalia’s network stretches across Italy with the Frecce Italian domestic trains. The Frecciabianca (White Arrow) trains travel at high speed and take just over 2h30 between Venice and Milan. On board there are comfortable air conditioned carriages with snacks and drinks in-seat and at the buffet car. First class passengers enjoy a hot drink, newspaper and snacks.
Venezia Mestre is one of Venice’s train stations but the main one, across the causeway, is Santa Lucia, which is also served by Italian domestic trains. The busy train station, Milano Centrale sees 600 trains a day to major cities across Italy on the broad Trenitalia network. Onward travel to other countries is also possible with international trains leaving regularly. There are good public transport connections as well as taxis to get to hotels, restaurants and meetings in the city.
Between two cities in Italy a point to point ticket is the cheapest option. However if travellers want to explore more of Italy there are some rail passes which will offer more flexibility and freedom such as the Eurail Italy Pass, as well as international rail passes too.
Visit Milan and discover other popular train journeys
Milan is Italy’s capital of fashion and many visitors will enjoy browsing the high end designer boutiques and big fashion names on the main shopping streets and enjoy watching the Milanese go about their daily business from the terrace of a café. Milan is also home to sculptures by the incredible Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci’s awesome Last Supper and many more historic and beautiful buildings.
Destinations on Trenitalia’s network include popular routes such as Rome-Naples, Milan-Bologna and Rome-Milan, but don’t forget the mountain villages and the islands of the Italian coast.