Milano Centrale

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    The Milano Centrale station is the main railway station of the Lombard capital, the second of Italy for passenger flow after Rome Termini and before Turin Porta Nuova, as well as one of the main railway stations in Europe. The station is also connected to Milan-Malpensa Airport through the Malpensa Express airport train.

    It was inaugurated in 1931 to replace the old central station that stood in the current Piazza della Repubblica, which became insufficient due to the increase in rail traffic. The management of the plants is entrusted to Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI), a company belonging to the Ferrovie dello Stato group, which classifies the station in the “Platinum” category, while that of the commercial areas of the monumental passenger building belongs to Grandi Stazioni. In November 2010 the airport was named after Saint Francesca Cabrini (1850-1917), founder of the congregation of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

    Its coordinates are 45 ° 29′10 ″ N 9 ° 12′13 ″ E with 24 platforms and it serves 120 million passengers per year.
    Each platform is usually dedicated to some particular route. The current organization is as follows, although temporary changes may occur.
    Platforms 1-3: Chiasso/Domodossola/Milan-Turin (ES* AV)
    Platforms 4-6: Turin/Cisalpino Milan–Como–Arth Goldau–Basel / Zürich
    Platforms 7-13: Venice / Udine
    Platforms 14-17: Bologna–Florence–Rome–Naples
    Platforms 18-23: Genoa-Livorno / Ventimiglia / Parma /Cremona-Mantua /Milan-Treviglio-Bergamo
    Platform 24: Operations

    It is on the train lines: Milan-Domodossola, Milan-Carnate-Lecco, Milan-Bologna (traditional speed), Milan-Bologna (high speed), Milan-Chiasso, Milan-Genoa, Milan-Venice (traditional), Milan-Verona (high speed), Milan-Turin (traditional) and Milan-Turin (high speed).

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    International Trains:

    Cross-border trains: CH for Switzerland, D for Germany, A for Austria, F for France, MN for Monaco

    DB-SBB Eurocity
    Milan-Frankfurt via Zürich

    Regional train (TiLo Regio)
    Milan - Monza - Como (San Giovanni) - Chiasso (CH) - Lugano (CH) - Bellinzona (CH)

    Intercity train (SBB-CFF-FSS EuroCity)
    Geneva/Genf (CH) - Lausanne (CH) - Brig (CH) - Domodossola - Milan - (Brescia) - (Verona) - (Padua) - (Venice)
    Basel SBB (CH) - Bern/Berne (CH) - Thun (CH) - Brig (CH) - Domodossola - Stresa - Busto Arsizio - Milan
    Zürich (CH) - Zug (CH) - Arth-Goldau (CH) - Bellinzona (CH) - Lugano (CH) - Chiasso (CH) - Como (San Giovanni) - Monza - Milan
    Luzern (CH) - Arth-Goldau (CH) - Bellinzona (CH) - Lugano (CH) - Chiasso (CH) - Como (San Giovanni) - Monza - Milan

    Intercity train (Thello EuroCity)
    Milan - Genoa - San Remo - Menton (F) - Monaco Monte Carlo (MN) - Nice (F) - Cannes (F) - Marseille (F)

    Night train
    Thello EuroNight: Venice - Padua - Verona - Milan (Centrale) - Milan - Dijon (F) - Paris (F)
    ÖBB NightJet: Milan - Brescia - Peschiera del Garda – Verona – Vienna

    National Trains - TGV, Intercite:

    High-speed train (Trenitalia Frecciarossa)
    Turin Porta Nuova - Turin Porta Susa - Milano Centrale - Milan Rogoredo - Bologna Centrale - Florence S.M.Novella - Rome Tiburtina - Rome Termini - Naples Centrale - Salerno
    Milan - Bologna - Ancona - Pescara - Foggia – Bari
    Milan - Brescia - Peschiera del Garda - Verona - Vicenza - Padua - Venice

    High-speed train (Italo NTV) Turin-Salerno: Turin - Milan - Bologna - Florence - Rome - Naples - Salerno

    High-speed train (Trenitalia Frecciabianca)
    Turin - Novara - Milan - Brescia - Verona - Vicenza - Padua - Venice - (Trieste)
    Milan - Piacenza - Parma - Reggio d'Emilia - Modena - Bologna - Rimini - Pesaro - Ancona - San Benedetto del Tronto - Pescara - Termoli - Foggia - Bari - Brindisi - Lecce
    Milan - Modena - Bologna - Rimini - Ancona - Pescara - Foggia - Bari – Taranto

    Intercity train (Trenitalia Intercity)
    Milan - Piacenza - Parma - Modena - Bologna - Rimini - Ancona - Pescara - Foggia - Trani - Bari - Fasano - Brindisi - Lecce
    Milan - Lodi - Piacenza - Parma - Reggio Emilia - Modena - Bologna - Faenza - Cesena - Rimini - Riccione - Pesaro - Senigalla - Ancona - Giulianova - Pescara - Termoli - Foggia - Trani - Bisceglie - Bari - Taranto
    Milan - Pavia - Tortona - Genova Piazza Principe - Genova Brignole - Santa Margherita Ligure-Portofino - Rapallo - Chiavari - Sestri Levante - Levanto - Monterosso - La Spezia Centrale - Massa Centro - Viareggio - Pisa Centrale - Livorno Centrale
    Milan - Pavia - Genova - San Remo - Ventimiglia

    Night train (Trenitalia Intercity Notte)
    Milan - Piacenza - Parma - Reggio d'Emilia - Modena - Bologna - Cesana - Rimini - Ancona - Pescara - Foggia - Bari - Trani - Brindisi - Lecce

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    Regional Trains - Intercite, TER:

    Regional train (Trenitalia Regionale Veloce)
    Turin - Vercelli - Novara - Milan Regional train (Trenitalia Regional) Milan-Alessandria: Milan - Pavia - Voghera - Tortona - Alessandria
    Milan - Brescia - Peschiera del Garda - Verona
    Milan - Lecco - Sondrio - Tirano
    Milan - Lodi - Codgono - Cremona - Piadana - Mantova
    Milan - Treviglio - Bergamo

    Historic train (Fondazione FS/Trenitalia Storico)
    Milan-Varallo: Milan - Novara - Varallo Sesia

    Local Bus, Trams and Inter-city Coach Transport:

    Metro stop: Central Station - lines M2 and M3
    The central station is served by tram lines 5 and 9 operated by ATM
    Trolleybuses, urban and extra-urban buses are also availabe.

    Shuttles: Downtown, Airport, Nearby Sights, Resorts:

    Milan Malpensa Airport has 2 train stations, one at Terminal 1 and one at Terminal 2. Be careful, to know which is your arrival terminal because there are different inexchangeable train ticket to each terminal.

    The Malpensa Express stops at three stations in the city center: Milano Centrale (52 minutes), Milano Porta Garibaldi (41 minutes), and Milano Cadorna (35 minutes). Trains de[art the airport every 20-30 minutes. First train leaves the airport from the lower level in Terminal 1 about 4:25 a.m. and the last of the day is about 12:25 a.m. Tickets cost about 13€ for adults one-way, or 20€ round-trip. There are two different routes
    1. Airport to Milano Cadorna
    2. Airport to Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi

    The Central station is also connected to the Linate and Orio al Serio airports by shuttle bus services.

    Services available:

    This is a “Platinum” category train station which is the top category and means it caters high quality traveler services for long, medium and short distance. The presence of High Speed Train services, as well as specific services for the city and for non-passenger visitors is generally always guaranteed.

    The station has elevators, which therefore make it accessible to people with disabilities, and escalators that connect the various levels. Furthermore, the area dedicated to passenger traffic is equipped with a video surveillance system and loudspeakers for the announcements of arrival and departure of trains. Services include;
    Ticket counters
    Automatic train ticket distributors
    Luggage storage with staff
    Railway Police
    First aid post
    Waiting room
    Lost property office
    Post office

    Reduced Mobility:

    Assistance service is provided by RFI - Rete Ferroviaria Italiana – and is addressed to: - individuals in a wheelchair because of illness or disability; - individuals with limb problems or with difficulty in walking; - elderly people; - pregnant women; - blind or visually impaired people; - deaf or hearing impaired people; - people with mental handicap Sale Blu of RFI is the reference point for all the travel needs of people with reduced mobility. They arrange for assistance in a circuit of certified railway stations.

    Go to for all information.

    Request RFI's assistance as follows:
    > ABROAD: sala Blu of ROME by email,
    > FROM ITALY: one of the 14 Sale Blu RFI by calling the free call number 800 90 60 60 (from landlines only) or the national number ordinary rate from landline or a mobile phone

    Luggage Storage :

    There's a staffed left luggage office at Milan Centrale. Opening hours are 06:00-23:00, 7 days a week. You pay 6€ per bag for the first 5 hours. Then it's 0.90€ per hour for 6-12 hours, then 0.40€ per hour for the thirteenth & following hours with a maximum period of 5 days for deposit. Weight limits of 20Kg per item exist but are generally not enforced.

    Lost & Found:

    There's a lost property search service for all customers of Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca trains at this station. If, on alighting from one of these trains at this station, you realize you have left an object on the train, promptly request activation of the service by contacting the Customer Service offices at the station. In the event that the search is successful, you can agree on times and methods for returning your property with the staff of the Customer Service offices. The storage of objects will last the time strictly necessary for their return.

    FindMyLost allows Frecce and Intercity Trenitalia customers to search for items lost while traveling, anytime, any place. You need to register on the application at It is possible to carry out a search. You can message with the Lost Property staff and activate an alert if the item or bagage has not been found yet. Furthermore, it is possible to report an item found on a train, in order to return it to its rightful owner.

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