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Travelling from Turin to Milan by train

The train is the best and fastest way to travel from Turin to Milan. Thanks to Frecciarossa and Italo high-speed trains, you can get to the Italian capital of fashion in less than an hour.

As a bonus, you’ll arrive right in the heart of the city centre and you won’t have to worry about parking or traffic at all. Have some delicious coffee in the restaurant car, enjoy plenty of legroom while reading the latest news on the onboard entertainment portal, or just sit back and relax.

Still not sure if travelling by train is the ideal solution for you? Keep reading for more information on train times,  ticket prices and FAQs.

Turin to Milan by train

It takes an average of 1h 22m to travel from Turin to Milan by train, over a distance of around 78 miles (126 km). There are normally 70 trains per day travelling from Turin to Milan and tickets for this journey start from €7.90 when you book in advance.
Journey timeFrom 47m
PriceFrom €7.90
Distance78 miles (126 km)
Frequency70 trains per day
First train05:05
Last train22:29
Departure stationTurin
Arrival stationMilan
ChangesDirect trains available
Train and bus operatorsAutolinee Federico, Marino, Itabus, BlaBlaCar Bus, Trenitalia, Flixbus, Simet Bus S.P.A., Italo, Autostradale

Turin to Milan train times

Check out the next trains departing from Turin to Milan for Tuesday 25th January 2022. For the full train timetable/schedule, or to search for a later time or date, click here.
DepartsArrivesTrainDuration
05:05 Torino Porta Susa06:45 Milano CentraleRegionale 2011 Trenitalia Get tickets1h 40m, direct
06:00 Torino Porta Susa06:50 Milano CentraleFrecciarossa 9607 Trenitalia Get tickets50m, direct
06:05 Torino Porta Susa07:45 Milano CentraleRegionale 2013 Trenitalia Get tickets1h 40m, direct
07:00 Torino Porta Susa07:50 Milano CentraleFrecciarossa 9611 Trenitalia Get tickets50m, direct
07:10 Torino Porta Susa08:00 Milano CentraleFrecciarossa 9519 Trenitalia Get tickets50m, direct
07:20 Torino Porta Susa08:52 Milano Porta GaribaldiRegionale 2005 Trenitalia Get tickets1h 32m, direct
08:10 Torino Porta Susa09:02 Milano CentraleFrecciarossa 9583 Trenitalia Get tickets52m, direct
09:00 Torino Porta Susa09:50 Milano CentraleFrecciarossa 9311 Trenitalia Get tickets50m, direct
09:20 Torino Porta Susa10:10 Milano Porta GaribaldiFrecciarossa 9805 Trenitalia Get tickets50m, direct
10:10 Torino Porta Susa11:02 Milano CentraleFrecciarossa 9587 Trenitalia Get tickets52m, direct

Frecciarossa, Italo, Trenitalia and Frecciargento trains from Turin to Milan

You can travel from Turin to Milan on Frecciarossa, Italo, Trenitalia and Frecciargento trains. When you search for times and tickets, we might also show you some other options with multiple connections or operators if they’re available.

Frecciarossa trains are Trenitalia's flagship high-speed trains capable of reaching speeds of up to 186 mph (300 km/h). The "red arrow" trains are distinguished by their comfort, their ultra-modern design and their reduced impact on the environment. All Frecciarossa trains are equipped with a food carriage, a free WiFi connection and four levels of service – Standard, Premium (with drinks and welcome snacks served on arrival, as well as a morning newspaper), Business (with drinks and snacks, morning newspaper and larger seats) and Executive (with Fast Track, access to FrecciaClub lounges in train selected stations, and gourmet meals served to your seat). From December 2021, you can also travel with Frecciarossa from Milan to Paris via Turin, Modane and Chambéry. The trains are operated by Trenitalia France and have 4 levels of service - Standard, Business, Executive and Meeting Room - and two types of carriages: Silence Area, for those who want to travel in total tranquillity, and Allegro Area, for those who want to chat with their fellow passengers.

Italo is a high-speed train operator that runs services between many of the major cities across Italy. All Italo trains are modern, air conditioned, and have free WiFi available for all travellers. There are four comfort classes, or "ambiances", as Italo like to call them – Smart (the cheapest price), Comfort (with wider seats and extra legroom), Prima (with a welcome selection of food and drink, fast track boarding and extra space), and Executive Club (with all Prima services, extra-wide seats, access to Italo Club lounges and personal entertainment screens at your seat).

Trenitalia is the national railway company of Italy, with a fleet including high-speed trains (Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca), Intercity and Intercity night trains and regional trains. Trenitalia offers discounts and special promotions on selected routes, two types of discounted tickets for young people under 30 and people over 60.

PhotoRob Dammers, under licence CC 2.0

Frecciargento "silver arrow" high-speed trains connect the main cities of the north-west, central and southern Italy at speeds of up to 155 mph (250 km/h). All Frecciargento trains are equipped with a food carriage, free WiFi, reclining seats and power sockets. There are two levels of service – First Class and Second Class. First Class travellers can enjoy reclining leather seats, welcome service with drink and a sweet or savoury snack, and a free morning newspaper.

Cheap train tickets from Turin to Milan

The price of train tickets from Turin to Milan starts at €7.90 one-way for a Standard Class ticket if you book in advance. Booking on the day is usually more expensive and costs can vary depending on the time of day, route or class.

Book in advance

Most of the train companies across Europe release their tickets around three to six months in advance, many of which can be cheaper the earlier you book. If you know the dates you want to travel, you may be able to find some cheaper train tickets from Turin to Milan by booking early.§

Be flexible with your travel times

Many of the train services in Europe are also popular commuter services, lots of train companies increase ticket prices during “peak hours” (generally between 06:00 – 10:00 and 15:00 – 19:00 on weekdays). If you can, consider travelling outside of peak hours to find lower priced tickets.

Choose a slower or connecting train

On some of the busier routes, you might also have the option to take a slower or connecting train. It may take a little longer than some high-speed or direct services, but if you have a little extra time on your hands, you might find a cheaper fare. Plus, you'll have more time to enjoy the view of the countryside!

Look out for special deals

Take a look at our handy guides to find out when train operators release their special deals and offers to see if you can find cheap European train tickets for your journey.

For specific information about how to get your hands on cheap tickets, check out our European train tickets hub.

§Some train companies may not offer any Advance ticket types or cheaper deals for early bookings. On rare occasions, train companies may choose to release special offers closer to the date on last-minute or late-release tickets. This is dependent on the individual train operating company you travel with.

Journey details

Want to know more about your journey from Turin to Milan? We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers to help you plan your journey.

How long does the train from Turin to Milan take?

The average journey time by train between Turin and Milan is 1 hour and 22 minutes, with around 70 trains per day. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays, so use our Journey Planner on this page to search for a specific travel date.

What's the fastest journey time between Turin and Milan by train?

The fastest journey time by train from Turin to Milan is 47 minutes.

How much does the train from Turin to Milan cost?

Train ticket prices from Turin to Milan can start from as little as €7.90 when you book in advance. The cost of tickets can vary depending on the time of day, route and class you book and are usually more expensive if you book on the day.

Is there a direct train from Turin to Milan?

Yes, it is possible to travel from Turin to Milan without having to change trains. There are 69 direct trains from Turin to Milan each day. Though there may be fewer direct services available depending on your exact departure date.

What time does the first train from Turin to Milan leave?

The first train from Turin to Milan leaves at 05:05. Times and services may vary during weekends and holidays.

What time does the last train from Turin to Milan leave?

The last train from Turin to Milan leaves at 22:29. Trains that depart in the early morning hours or very late evening may be sleeper services, time and services may also vary during weekends and holidays.

What's the distance between Turin and Milan by train?

Trains travelling from Turin to Milan cover a distance of around 78 miles (126 km) during the journey.

Looking for more information?

If you’re looking for the return train journey, check out trains from Milan to Turin. If you’re looking for other options, you can also catch the bus from Turin to Milan.

Our tips and tricks

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Frequent trains make the Turin to Milan route one of the most travelled routes in Italy

Review by Federica Sciori

For this journey, I took one of the 38 high-speed Frecciarossa trains that run daily between Turin and Milan.

Departing from Torino Porta Nuova

Torino Porta Nuova train station is in the city centre. You can easily get there by taking either the tube – the stop is called “Porta Nuova” and it’s on the Fermi - Lingotto line – or trams n.4, 7 or 9 which stop right outside the train station.

As I arrived quite early, I decided to go to the Feltrinelli bookshop, located on the ground floor close to the platforms. If you don’t really enjoy reading, you can find more than 40 other shops in the station’s new shopping centre.

Connect to the “Free WiFi TorinoPN” network and you’ll have free Internet access for 15 minutes inside the station. Alternatively, with the Around Station app, you can have free and unlimited WiFi, but you need to download the app and sign up to connect.

Like the main Italian train stations, Torino Porta Nuova has security gates where you need to show your train ticket to make sure it’s valid for the train you’re taking. The gates are at the end of the covered atrium. I suggest you go through them as soon as your platform number appears on the departure information display to avoid missing your train – queues can be quite long during peak times in the morning and in the evening, especially when a Frecciarossa train bound for Milan is about to depart.

On the Frecciarossa train bound for Milan

Since the journey is quite short, I decided to save money and buy a Super Economy ticket to travel in Standard Class, where I found comfortable seats and enough legroom. The onboard WiFi worked quite well and allowed me to access Le Frecce Portal, where you can watch movies and TV shows as well as read national newspapers and magazines. You should definitely sit on the left-hand side of the train – a breath-taking view of the Alps surrounding Turin is waiting for you!

Arriving at Milano Centrale

I reached Milano Centrale in just over 40 minutes and at a maximum speed of 289 km/h. Once past the exit gates, I found myself in a huge atrium with vaulted ceilings and plenty of shops and bars. To get to the underground, I used the moving walkway at the side of the atrium and followed the signs. The tube stop is called Centrale and is served by the M2 (green) and M3 (yellow) lines on which you can reach the city centre in just a few minutes. Alternatively, you can take one of the taxis you’ll find outside next to the bus stops for Orio al Serio and Linate airports.

The journey

My journey on the Frecciarossa was very comfortable. I was surprised the train hardly made any sound even when increasing its speed. As the journey is quite short and many different offers are available for this route, Milan is the perfect destination for a day trip from Turin. A journey you shouldn’t miss.

 

Origin: Torino Porta Nuova

Destination: Milano Centrale

Train: Frecciarossa

Class: Standard

Travel time: 1h

Train stops: none, direct train

 

About Federica

Federica is one of our trusted, hand-picked travel writers. The information for this article was recorded first-hand, based on her own genuine experience of the journey.

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Average savings on fares booked prior to day of travel vs full price fares on day of travel in Italy. Subject to availability. Excludes coach. / The information provided is calculated based on scheduled train services for Turin to Milan for a typical week day using timetable data for 01/25/2022. On weekends, holidays or other exceptional times, fewer services may be available. The fare range provided has been found by our customers on Trainline on 11/01/2021 for travel on 11/01/2021 and for adult tickets in economy, discount cards and coach journeys excluded.

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