About 1 hour and tickets from 7 €: a train journey from Milan a Turin is cheap and comfortable. You can count on 61 daily rides to get from Milan to Turin: trains leave every 12 minutes on average. Trains leave from Milano Centrale and arrive at Torino Porta Nuova. The railway company you will travel with is Trenitalia or ItaloTreno.
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Prices and trains schedules from Milan to Turin
Tickets and deals from Milan to Turin
A train ticket from Milan to Turin costs 14 € on average, but it's possible to find low cost tickets from 7 €, too. On Wanderio you can find the best Trenitalia and ItaloTreno deals for your train journey from Milan to Turin. The best way to save money on your train trip is booking your tickets a few weeks in advance, so that you can benefit from all the Trenitalia and ItaloTreno promotions for the route Milan - Turin. ItaloTreno tickets start from 9 € whereas you can find Trenitalia Milan - Turin tickets starting from 7 €. If you need a train ticket Milan Turin this week, prices start from 9 € to a maximum price of 28 €. When booking your train ticket a few weeks in advance though, you can find low cost trains from Milan to Turin with fares starting from 9 €, saving up to 65%.
Schedules and duration of a train journey from Milan to Turin
Train journeys from Milan to Turin take about 1 hour on average. If you travel with ItaloTreno from Milan to Turin there are 13 daily connections that will take you to your destination in about 1 hour. On Wanderio you can easily find all train schedules from Milan to Turin. The first train from Milan to Turin leaves at 05:18, whereas the last departure on working days is at 23:18. During your trip from Milan to Turin you can check the status of your train in real time: on our web pages and in the Wanderio app you will find up-to-date information about train delays, real time timetables and the scheduled platform for each train stop.
Buying your train ticket from Milan to Turin
On Wanderio you can easily buy train tickets from Milan to Turin. With just one search you will find all train schedules for the day you selected, making it easy to book the option that suits you better. For on-the-go bookings (and to have tickets Milan to Turin always at hand) download the free Wanderio App for iOS and Android and follow the real time status for your train Milan-Turin, with updates on delays and platforms.
Train deals Milan - Turin
Traveling by train is often easier than traveling by bus or flight, especially with high-speed trains, and it's rather cheap, too! Anyways, in order to benefit from Trenitalia and ItaloTreno promotions we suggest to book your tickets far in advance. Not sure what’s the best way to get from Turin to Milan? On Wanderio you can find alternative ways as well - compare high-speed trains buses and choose the best option with just one click.
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Milano Centrale Station
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Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, Regionale
Torino Porta Nuova Station
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Regionale veloce, Regionale, Frecciarossa
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Real time train times from Milano to Torino
Find real time train times from Milano to Torino, any possible delay of your train and useful information about platforms on the following pages.
Buy your Milan to Turin train ticket online
Getting from the economic capital of Italy to the Savoy city by train is certainly the best option, but on Wanderio you can actually find other ways to go from Milan to Turin, for example by bus. Not only can you compare several companies for the same means of transport, but also different means of transport. Whatever you choose for getting to the Piedmont capital, you can book on Wanderio with no commission. And if you want to avoid printing your tickets, you can download our free App for iOS - the pdf you can view directly from the App is actually valid as an e-ticket.