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|Distance||181 miles (292 km)|
|Average train duration||5 h 36 min|
|Average train ticket price||$34 (€28)|
|Train frequency||16 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 16 direct trains a day|
|Train companies||Frecciarossa or Intercity|
Trains from Milan to Siena cover the 181 miles (292 km) long journey taking on average 5 h 36 min with our travel partners like Frecciarossa or Intercity. Normally, there are 16 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this trip for as low as $27 (€22), but the average price of train tickets is $34 (€28). Travelers depart most frequently from Milano Centrale and arrive in Siena.
Find the best trains to Siena from Milan with Omio's travel partners Frecciarossa from $27 (€22). We can find you the best deals, schedules and tickets when comparing and booking the best route.
There’s no need to fly between Italian hotspots when you can simply take a Frecciarossa train to reach your destination in just a few hours. Frecciarossa is the premier high-speed train service from Trenitalia, Italy’s national railroad company, with around 200 connections made across Italy per day. These trains reach speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh), making them one of the fastest in the world. You can expect to travel 181 miles (292 km) to Siena from Milan on a Frecciarossa high-speed train. All Frecciarossa classes provide free WiFi access, power outlets, air conditioning, bathrooms, luggage storage, onboard entertainment, and restaurant and bar services to passengers.
You can find the best deals on cheap Frecciarossa train tickets right here. As an official travel partner of Trenitalia, Omio shows you all travel information for the Milan to Siena trip, such as departure and arrival times, stops, train stations, journey times, and cheap fares. Once you’re ready, buy your Milan to Siena train ticket on Omio and enjoy traveling in full comfort on a Frecciarossa train!
You can choose from around 80 trains from Milan to Siena. There are about 12 trains from Monday to Friday. On weekends there are a bit fewer, with about 11 on Saturday and around 9 on Sunday. There are no direct trains, and most of the journeys require two transfers. In some cases, one of the legs of the journey will be by bus. All things considered; it can take from around 5h 38m to about 9h 18min in travel time. In Siena, you can explore the three hills that make up this medieval city. You may want to start at Il Campo, the main city square, and then head up the Torre del Mangia of the Palazzo Pubblico for panoramic views after visiting the city museum inside.
About 80 trains from Milan to Siena are scheduled every week. Around 12 leave every day from Monday to Friday. On weekends, there are about 11 on Saturdays and approximately nine on Sundays. These trains do not depart every hour, but sometimes there can be up to two departures in a one-hour period. Train schedules begin around 5:00 a.m. to about 6:05 p.m. every day, except for Sundays, when the departures start an hour later, at about 6:00 a.m.
Trains to Siena from Milan can take from about 5h 38min to approximately 9h 18min. There are currently no direct trains, so travel times will vary on how many changes and how long the wait between trains are. While the one-change routes usually take about 5h 38min, there are two-change routes that take less time, at around 5h 14min. However, other journeys with two changes can take up to 9h 18min. The time between trains can be about 49min for one switch and from over 1h 15min for two. Also, some of the two changes may include a bus ride, which may also impact travel times.
Departure train station: Most trains leaving Milan are at Milan Centrale station. This main station approximately 3 miles (5 km) from Milan’s city center. You can take the subway from this station to the city center with trains running around every 5min for an approximately 11min ride. The station has free WiFi, public toilets, restaurants, and shops. There is also access and assistance for disabled passengers. You may find a few trains every day departing from other Milan stations including Milan Porto Garibaldi and Milan Rogoredo. These smaller stations offer facilities such as public restrooms, restaurant services, and disabled passenger access, and you can reach the city center by subway from both of them, trips taking around 10 – 15min.
Arrival train station: Arrivals end in Siena Centrale, the city’s main train station. It is approximately 200 yards (180m) from the center of the city, so you could walk if you choose. There are buses running about every 10min for an approximately 15min ride into the city center. The station has restaurants and shops, as well as toilets and waiting areas. It is also disabled accessible, with extra assistance on request available.
Trenitalia is the company that provides trains from Milan to Siena. It is the main railway company servicing Italy and is part of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane SpA, a national holding company dealing in several sectors. In addition to Italian cities, Trenitalia provides services to other European cities in such countries as Germany, France, Switzerland, and Austria. Their trains include high-speed Frecce trains, but this route consists mainly of Intercity and Regionale trains.
Trenitalia has a schedule of around 80 trains a week to Siena from Milan, including weekends. There are about 12 during weekdays, from Monday to Friday. Around 11 depart every Saturday, and there are about nine on Sundays. There are currently no direct trains, so be prepared to change trains once or twice, depending on the trip you select. Also, some routes include a bus instead of a train. Trips can take from about 5h 38min to about 9h 18min as times between travel segments can be from about 50min to around 1h 16min.
The trains scheduled for your journey to Siena may offer different services. The routes are usually either Intercity and Regionale trains, or a mix of the two. Sometimes they only offer one class. And if there are two, that’s more about seat size than service. Typically, these trains do not have charging outlets or WiFi, so bring the necessary equipment if you want to stay connected on board. There are usually food and beverage services on these trains. Trenitalia does not limit luggage, but the trains do have limited storage space. Bicycles are allowed, but only folded or taken apart and bagged for storing in the luggage compartment. Some trains allow leashed and muzzled dogs on board, and most allow small pets in a carrier. You should check ahead of time to see what is allowed and if there are any additional fees. The vision impaired can bring their guide dogs onboard at no extra cost, and accessibility and assistance for the disabled is available. But you should contact them in advance to ensure the needed arrangements.
It is possible to find cheap tickets on Trenitalia trips. They usually offer discounts for advanced purchases, so the earlier you can buy, the better. Flexibility in scheduling is good, too. You may find better prices for different dates or times of day from what you originally planned. If you are okay with restrictions, you may want to look beyond the standard Base tickets and check out the cheaper Economy and Super Economy options. Also, Trenitalia offers special deals such as group travel discounts and two-for-one specials on Saturdays.
There are a few train stations in Milan to start your route from including Milano Centrale, Milano Rogoredo and Milano Porta Garibaldi. In Siena you have a few train station options to choose from for your arrival including Siena, Siena, Viale Pietro Toselli (Stazione di rifornimento " IP" ) and Siena, Viale Federigo Tozzi (Piazza Antonio Gramsci).
Omio customers traveling this route depart most frequently from Milano Centrale and arrive in Siena.
Passengers booking this route most frequently board their trains from Milano Centrale and need to travel around 1.7 miles (2.8 km) from the city center to get to this train station.
Passengers arriving in Siena most often arrive at Siena and need to travel around 0.9 miles (1.5 km) from this train station to the city center.
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