The number of people moving from Rome to Milan everyday is really high, that’s why Italian rail providers Italo and Trenitalia offer so many options to those who head to the economic capital of Italy for business reasons and to those who visit it to enjoy its nightlife and attractions, such as the Duomo and the shopping area. There are as many as 63 trains that connect the Eternal City to Milan everyday, with departures from 05:45am to 10:35pm. High speed trains are the best value for money option, with prices ranging from 35€ to 65€ if travelling this week; when booking some weeks in advance though, you can save an average 42% - lots of Italo and Trenitalia deals are available and a Rome to Milan train ticket can cost as low as 19€. The Italo schedule on this route shows trains from 05:45am to 08:45pm; you can leave either from Rome Termini or Tiburtina station and get off at Milan Rogoredo or the Central station; Italo lowest fare is 9.90€. If you’re looking for Frecciarossa (that is to say Trenitalia high speed trains) Rome to Milan train schedule instead, you can find departures from 06:00am to 08:20pm; departure and arrival stations are the same as for Italo while the minimum price for this route is 19.90€. Finally, you can find Frecciabianca trains as well, which are a bit slower though and take 6 hours 30 minutes on average and night Intercity trains.