For short distances like between Rome and Milan, busses and carpooling are good alternatives to the train, thanks to their low costs. Also, busses have the advantage of getting to the smallest towns where the is no train station.
In which stations can you take the train to Milan and where will you arrive?
You can take the train to Milan at Roma Tiburtina, Roma Termini or Roma Ostiense, which arrives at Milano Porta Garibaldi, Milano Centrale, Milano Rogoredo, Milano Porta Romana, Milano Romolo or Milano Rho Fiera.
How many train connections are there from Rome to Milan every day?
If you desire to go to Milan from Rome by train, 142 daily connections are available. Please note that 146 routes are direct lines whereas 9 routes include one change or more. Thus, if you do not want to change trains, it is highly advocated to choose an offer with a direct route. Nevertheless, selecting a ticket with an indirect line could be more efficient if you want to reach Milan at the last minute especially if there are too few connections even though the trip is longer.
When are the frist and last trains from Rome to Milan scheduled?
With the fastest connections you will be in Milan in 6 hours and 37 minutes, but on average it takes 4 hours and 49 minutes. The first train headed to Milan is at 12:05, while the last one leaves Rome at 23:10.