Rome to Milan Train

​Learn more about Rome - Milan train route, browse schedules, train types and find tickets online!
Find your train and book train tickets with Rail.Ninja® - a global independent online reservation service agency for train tickets
Earliest Departure
Latest Departure
travel time
Shortest Travel Time
3hrs 10min

Rome to Milan Route Information

Wave the Eternal City goodbye and continue your Italy exploration to one of the most popular hubs in Northern Italy, Milan. Taking a train to travel between the two cities is one of the most sensible ways as it is a safe, convenient, and time-saving option. In addition, it allows you to spend some time to relax, unwind, and enjoy a book or picturesque views of the Italian scenery. The attentive and friendly staff will make your trip as comfortable as possible. Among the train's amenities are free Wi-Fi, sockets, and cozy and modern seats. Also, learn more about the railway operator that handles your trip - Italo Treno - one of the most famous European railway operators. If you want to get even better acquainted with Italy train travel, don't miss the chance to read more about it on Rail Ninja.

Walking through the streets of Rome is like a walk through history. From the Colosseum and the Roman Forum to the Spanish Steps, Pantheon and Trevi Fountain - Rome offers some of the most iconic landmarks in Western Civilization. The tours include transportation from Rome airport, accommodation during your stay as well as personalized sightseeing itineraries and expert guidance from knowledgeable tour guides. Add amazing memories to your vacation with a Tours to Italia!

Rome to Milan Train Tickets and Schedule

*The information is subject to change. Planning a rail journey in Italy? Check current ticket prices and Rome - Milan train schedules here.

Book Train Tickets from Rome to Milan

Rome to Milan Train Providers

Italo Train
High-speed trains connect 13 major Italian cities from Milan to Rome and other popular Italian routes. There are four seat classes on Italian trains: Economy, Premium, Executive Cabin and Business, each with leather reclining seats with a table, footrest, and power sockets, along with free WiFi and great luggage space. Drinks and snacks can be purchased from the vending machines on board. ​

Train Classes Onboard Rome to Milan Train

  • Economy Class Seat

    Passengers can enjoy the comfortable reclining leather two-person seats, footrests, individual power outlets, and separate tables with their own power outlets on the Italotreno. The train offers a free Wi-Fi network as well as vending machines and seating for passengers with special needs. Onboard, passengers can access free Wi-Fi.

  • Business Class Seat

    With this type of Italotreno coach, you can enjoy comfortable reclining leather seats and extra space in between them. On this train, there are three rows of seats with the option of selecting one seat. Footrests, individual power outlets, individual tables, and free Wi-Fi are also available onboard. In addition to seating for passengers with special needs, there is a Snack Area on board where passengers may buy food from vending machines.

  • Premium Class Seat

    Tickets for Italotreno coaches of this type include snacks and drinks, as well as reclining leather seats with extra space between them, footrests, and independent tables. You will also be able to access free Wi-Fi and individual power sockets. In addition to a reading light and a glove compartment located between double seats, the seating includes additional features. There is the option of selecting a single seat on this train. There is also seating available for people with special needs.​

  • ​Executive Cabin

    Among the amenities on these types of Italotreno coaches are the reclining leather seats, extra-wide armchairs, footrests, and separate tables that feature extra-wide armchairs and footrests. A catering service is provided that offers mouthwatering Italian fare. There are also free Wi-Fi access, individual power outlets, and a personal screen. You can also read newspapers and magazines on the train.

Rome to Milan Train Station Information

Piazza dei Cinquecento, 1, 00185, Rome, Italy
*the train also arrives at Roma Ostiense & Roma Tiburtina
Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 1, 20124, Milan, Italy
*the train also leaves from Rho Fiera, Rogoredo & Porta Garibaldi

Rome to Milan Train Map

Rome to Milan Train Map

Rome to Milan Train Map

There are 21 trains on the Florence to Milan train route every day, so you get to experience the country's stunning architecture and natural beauty. It is the perfect way to explore Italy. It takes as little as 1 hours and 50 minutes to explore the beautiful urbanscapes along the way.

​Tips to Buy Train Tickets

  • Book in Advance

    The release of discount train tickets usually occurs three months before departure since individual train schedules are usually set 12 weeks in advance
  • Be Flexible

    Try looking for alternate dates and times to travel by train. Other times and dates may still offer better tickets, so keep an eye out

Frequently Asked Questions

Related Routes