As the capital of northern Italy's Lombardy region, with more than a million inhabitants, Milano (or Milan) is renowned the world over as a hub of design, fashion and creativity. Well-connected to the rest of Italy, as well as other metropolises in Europe, Milan is an important centre of commerce and trade, boasting countless tourist attractions and a bustling social scene. For passengers who have bought a ticket and caught a train to Milan, the journey is made easy, thanks to the good rail services (including Intercity and high speed trains) which connect daily this must-visit destination. Trains to Milan from Turin take just 1 hour, with express services taking as little as 45 minutes, from Venice 2h25mins, and from Rome 2h55mins; while the journey time from the smaller town of Verona is 1h15mins. Milan's main station is Milano Centrale, located right at the heart of the city, but other train stations, such as Milano Cadorna, Milano Porta Garibaldi and Milano Rogoredo, are spread throughout the whole metropolitan area. Some of them — particularly Milano Centrale — are also directly connected to the Malpensa Aeroporto station, thus to the city's main airport.