|Distance||216 miles (348 km)|
|Average train duration||8 h 2 min|
|Average train ticket price||$69 (€58)|
|Train providers||Trenitalia, Deutsche Bahn, ÖBB | Nightjet, ÖBB, Frecciarossa or ÖBB | Euro City (EC)|
Trains from Milan to Munich cover the 216 miles (348 km) long trip taking on average 8 h 2 min with our travel partners like Trenitalia, Deutsche Bahn, ÖBB | Nightjet, ÖBB, Frecciarossa or ÖBB | Euro City (EC). There are direct train services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this route for as low as $42 (€35), but the average price of train tickets is $69 (€58). Travelers depart most frequently from Milano Centrale and arrive in München Hbf.
Trenitalia, Frecciarossa and Deutsche Bahn trains will get you from Milan to Munich from $42 (€35). With over 1000 travel companies on Omio, you can find the best train times and tickets for your trip.
Enjoy the train ride from Milan to Munich with Trenitalia, Italy’s main provider of train services throughout the country with an impressive fleet of trains offering different levels of comfort, amenities and speed. The company's flagship trains are the high-speed Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca that can travel at speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh). Trenitalia also operates intercity, regional and night trains. Bathrooms and WiFi access are standard on long-distance train routes. In many cases, Trenitalia trains also provide barrier-free access.
Trenitalia tickets from Milan to Munich are available on Omio, and you can find the best deals for them in just a few steps. Trenitalia offers three different ticket types to fit anyone’s budget, such as the Base, Economy, Super Economy and Ordinaria tickets. Trenitalia also has discount and loyalty cards for qualified travelers, which you can use on Omio. When traveling on a Trenitalia train between Milan and Munich, you can expect to travel 216 miles (348 km). Check Trenitalia’s train times and tickets for the Milan to Munich trip and buy your cheap ticket on Omio today!
Trenitalia's current ticket policies due to COVID-19 for your train between Milan and Munich are the following:
There are daily trains from Milan to Munich with Deutsche Bahn (DB). Trains are indirect, with one to nine changes along the way. Most frequently, trains make three to six changes between Milan and Munich. DB makes the 310 mile (500 km) journey in seven hours and 28 minutes to 13 hours and 27 minutes. There are between ten and 16 daily trains along this route, but most trains are over nine hours in duration.
There are ten to 16 daily Milan to Munich trains operated by Deutsche Bahn. Trains typically begin departing in the late morning around 11:00 a.m., with final departures scheduled for just after 7:00 p.m. The train schedule varies across the week and weekend, with some days offering earlier trains and some days seeing more or less frequent trains.
The train from Milan to Munich has a duration between seven hours and 28 minutes and 13 hours and 27 minutes. All trains are indirect, but there are plenty of efficient routes with minimal waiting time at midpoint stations, and journeys with fewer changes are not necessarily the fastest alternatives. Most trains have between three and six changes along the way, while some journeys have up to nine changes.
Departure train station: The train from Milan to Munich departs Milano Centrale Station, located two miles (three km) northeast of Milan city center. The station can be reached most conveniently by taxis. Milan Centrale is an ancient and beautiful station with amenities such as restrooms, restaurants, luggage lockers, and currency exchange services. Most platforms at Milano Centrale are accessible for those with limited mobility and passengers can contact the station for further information.
Arrival train station: The train from Milan to Munich arrives at Munich Hauptbahnhof (Hbf), located one and a quarter miles (two km) northwest of Munich city center. The city can be reached via a quick ride on S-Bahn train or a 20 to 25 minute walk through the attractive city. The station has 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi, luggage lockers, ATMs, and various restaurants and cafes, among other amenities. The station is highly accessible for those with limited mobility, but such passengers should contact DB ahead of time to ensure they are provided adequate assistance.
German railway company Deutsche Bahn (DB) is the main provider of Milan to Munich trains. DB has highly efficient high-speed networks around Germany and nearby European countries such as France, Italy and the Netherlands.
The Deutsche Bahn train from Milan to Munich is indirect, and changes one to nine times along the way. Most trains change three to six times between Milan and Munich. The trains are a range of regional and high-speed trains, most frequently Eurocity EC, Intercity IC, Intercity Express ICE, and Regional R trains. These trains each have different advantages and purposes, although ICE trains are the fastest overall trains, so journeys with more ICE legs will have the shortest durations.
The train from Milan to Munich has different services on each leg, from seat reservation, onboard entertainment, meal services, and power outlets. There are typically first and second class cabin tickets available, with benefits such as Wi-Fi, a working table, and at-seat bistro service available for first class passengers. Passengers are permitted one piece of large luggage as long as it fits within luggage racks without obstructing passenger movement, as well as hand luggage. Bikes are allowed on board but must be reserved space for a fee. Passengers with bikes should check beforehand that every leg of their journey has a bike compartment for storage. Small pets are allowed on DB trains for free, but larger pets incur a fee. Passengers with limited mobility including those using wheelchairs can receive free in-station assistance with navigating the station, and boarding and alighting trains, as long as they request this assistance at least 48 hours in advance of traveling.
Booking in advance is a great way to find cheap Milan to Munich train tickets. Deutsche Bahn often releases tickets for trains across Europe months in advance. Plan ahead to find great deals. For those looking for a getaway sooner rather than later, try selecting flexible travel dates to see whether a hidden gem of a ticket awaits a few days before or after desired travel dates. For long-haul journeys, choose slower trains or train journeys with more connections, as these are often the cheapest alternatives.
Travel between Milan, Italy and Munich, Germany by train is: Partially open.
International entry status: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Italy
Conditions of entry:
All travelers in Germany must observe these coronavirus safety measures:
The information above was last checked on 12/3/21. Remember to review the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your train between Milan and Munich as this information can change.
The current restriction level for your return trip by train from Munich to Milan is: Partially open
Reentry to Italy is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Germany
What are the requirements?
The government of Italy has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 12/2/21. We do our best to keep this information up to date, but regulations can change so please double check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations ahead of your train to Milan from Munich here.
When departing from Milan, you have various train station options to start your route from including Milano Centrale, Milano Rogoredo and Milano Porta Garibaldi. When arriving in Munich, you can end your journey in train stations like München Hbf, München Hackerbrücke and München Marienplatz.
Omio customers book a train from Milano Centrale to München Hbf most frequently for this route.
Passengers board the train most frequently from Milano Centrale, which is located around 1.7 miles (2.8 km) away from the city center, and they get off the train at München Hbf, located 0.8 miles (1.3 km) away from the city center.
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