As Turin and Milan are two of the three cities that form the so-called Italian industrial triangle and are therefore very important in the production industry, there are lots of train connections between these two cities. The city of the Savoy royal family is also great for leisure trips though - in less than one hour you could be sipping an espresso with an astonishing view from the Mole Antonelliana! In fact, travelling on an Italo train, you’ll get to Turin in 47 minutes; there are 8 daily connections from Milan to Turin with Italo, with trains leaving from 09:25am to 10:25pm. If you book about one month in advance, a trip on an Italo train could cost you less than a regional train: prices start from just 9.90€ (a 65% saving on the full price ticket), while tickets for regional trains have a fixed fare of 12.45€. The good side of regional trains is the fixed priced actually - in case high speed trains cost too much, you’re sure to arrive to the Savoy city in 1 hour 40 minutes for cheap thanks to the regional connections. Moreover, there are far more regional trains than Italo’s, with 18 trains from Milan central station to Turin Porta Susa or Turin Porta Nuova stations (one every hour) leaving from 05:18am to 11:18pm. Alternatively, you can travel with Trenitalia high speed trains (Frecciarossa) on one of the 13 trains that everyday connect Milan to Turin at prices between 14.90€ - the lowest fare you can find booking in advance - and 32€. Trips on a Frecciarossa generally take 48 to 60 minutes and you can choose whether to leave from Rome Tiburtina or Rome Termini and get off the train at Turin Porta Susa or Porta Nuova stations. If you want to travel this week, prices range from 12.45€ on a regional train to 32€ on high speed trains, but in case you can book few weeks in advance you can find routes starting from 9.90€.