Most international and long distance trains pull in at the Stazione Centrale on underground lines 2 and 3. These lines (MM) will led you downtown in ten minutes.
The Train Station has high-speed links to other major cities in Italy including Bologna, Venice, Genoa, Turin, Florence and Rome.
The direct Rome-Milan train service between Italy’s most important business centres is fast and reliable. Services include the InterCity, with services to destinations such as Rome, and the luxurious Treno Eurostar, which also links Milan to Rome via Bologna and Florence – each service requires supplements. For ports, there are regular trains to Venice and Genoa. The EuroCity train services link Milan to more than 40 other European destinations.
Address — Piazza Duca d’Aosta
Air Connections — The city is served by two major airports called Malpensa and Linate airport. Malpensa is the main international airport and is connected with Milano Centrale with the Malpensa Express Trains. Linate is a smaller airport closer to the city centre.