|Distance||487 miles (785 km)|
|Average train duration||7 h 55 min|
|Average train ticket price||$85 (€69)|
|Train frequency||10 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 10 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||Frecciabianca, Intercity Notte, Frecciarossa, Trenitalia or Intercity|
Trains from Bari to Milan cover the 487 miles (785 km) long trip taking on average 7 h 55 min with our travel partners like Frecciabianca, Intercity Notte, Frecciarossa, Trenitalia or Intercity. Normally, there are 10 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this route for as low as $70 (€57), but the average price of train tickets is $85 (€69). Travelers depart most frequently from Bari Centrale and arrive in Milano Centrale.
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Because trains from Bari to Milan cover a long distance of 488 miles (785km) the trip time on average is almost 10h. When traveling on a high-speed train the trip can take about 7h 20min while the longest type of this journey on regional trains the trip can take almost 11h.
Depending on the day of the week, there could be anywhere from around eight to 12 trains from Bari to Milan per day. There is usually one train that departs just after midnight, and this is usually a high-speed train that travels on this route. There can also be four or five of these high-speed trains per day and the number of high-speed trains can vary from day to day. The bulk of the schedule starts when the train that departs just before 6 a.m. leaves the station. From that time there are several trains departing until the early afternoon. After that, there are three trains that leave after 9 p.m. with the final train of the day departing the station just after 10 p.m.
Trains from Bari to Milan cover a lengthy 488 miles (785km). The trips on this route are a mix of those that require one transfer to another train en route and those that are direct trains between the two cities. Because of this variance, and because some trips are on high-speed trains while others are not, the trip time can vary from about 7h 20min all the way up to 11h.
Departure train station: While there is not a huge amount of traffic that travels through the station, the Bari Centrale Train Station is important because it is a vital connection point for cities to the south. The ground level of the station has a large ticket office. In addition, there's also a Sale Blu office to assist passengers with disabilities and a luggage office. In the station you will also find a couple of bars, some small retail shops as well as spots to grab a quick bite of food. The station sits right in the heart of the town and it's only about .5 miles (.8 km) from the center of the city. The Bari Metro service makes a stop at this station as do the buses of the local bus service. Because of the small size of the town and because of all these transportation options, getting to the station from practically anywhere in the town is an easy affair.
Arrival train station: Milan Centrale Train Station has an incredibly convenient location that is only about 2 miles (3.5km) from the city center. In fact, most travelers can walk the distance to the center of the city in just about 20min. In addition, there are several restaurants and cafés that Milan is famous for that surround the station that are easily accessible by foot. Upon your arrival at the station, you will find a number of retail shops as well as some bars and restaurants. Travelers will also find a large ticket office, a luggage handling facility, and a post office. The Milan Metro makes stops at the station which means that most of Milan is easily accessible either by foot or on the metro lines after trains from Bari to Milan.
Trenitalia operates all of the trains from Bari to Milan. While most of the offerings on this route are on the Regionale trains, there are some of their high-speed Frecciabianca and Frecciarossa trains operated on this route. In general, there is a pretty even mix between direct trains and trains that require one transfer on this route on a daily basis. The trip times on this route can be pretty variable because of the mix of both high-speed and regular trains and because some are direct and some require transfers. By far the fastest trip, and the one that offers the most amenities on board, will be on routes that utilize the high-speed trains of the Trenitalia fleet.
The focus of Trenitalia services on trains from Bari to Milan is for the period between the early morning and the early afternoon hours when a bulk of the trains run on this route. During this period travelers will find a mix of both high-speed and regular trains as well as a mix of those that are direct and those that require a transfer en route. The journey of 488 miles (785 km) can take anywhere from a little over 7h to almost 11h depending on the type of train used and whether or not a transfer occurs on the route traveled.
The classes of seating offered on trains from Bari to Milan can vary depending on the type of train that is making the trip. Most of the trains on this route will offer both second and first-class seating, although some of the Regionale trains will only offer second-class seating. No matter which trip you take on this route you can rest assured that there are several generous features for travelers along this route. Travelers may bring luggage aboard the train free of charge and find ample storage space for their bags either over the seat or the end of the train cars. If you are someone that likes to use your bicycle either before or after your train travel, rest assured that you can bring your collapsible bike aboard the train free of charge. If the bike is not collapsible, you may simply take it apart and place it in a bag and bring it aboard like any other piece of luggage. Your pet can also travel free of charge in an approved pet container and dogs can even travel on a leash so long as they have a muzzle. For travelers with disabilities such as hearing or vision impairment, as well as the elderly, pregnant women, or those with mobility issues Trenitalia partners with Rete Ferroviaria Italiana to provide services to these passengers. There are several Sale Blu offices found in many railway stations where RFI employees are available to assist disabled passengers.
Even though trains from Bari to Milan offer a scenic and breathtaking journey, that does not mean you should not look for ways to save money on your travel. A great tip for saving a little money is to book as far in advance as possible. Your available options for discounts and specials are going to be far greater the farther in advance you book. Another great idea is to be flexible in the days and times that you travel. As you shop for train fares try to find days and times where travelers make the trip less frequently and you are bound to save some money. On that note, if you can stick to slower trains or ones that require a transfer to another train you are most likely going to save money on your train fare.
There are a few train stations in Bari to start your trip from including Bari Centrale and Bari Palese-Macchie. In Milan you have a few train station options to choose from for your arrival including Milano Centrale, Milano Rogoredo and Milano Porta Garibaldi.
Omio customers traveling this route depart most frequently from Bari Centrale and arrive in Milano Centrale.
Passengers booking this trip most frequently board their trains from Bari Centrale and need to travel around 1 mile (s) / 1 km from the city center to get to this train station.
Passengers arriving in Milan most often arrive at Milano Centrale and need to travel around 1 mile (s) / 2 km from this train station to the city center.
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