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Travel from Naples to Milan from $81 (€64) with Omio’s train partners Italo, Frecciarossa and Trenitalia! You can find the best schedules and tickets when comparing and booking the most convenient route for you.
Travel Italy in full comfort with Italo. These high-speed trains travel at speeds of up to 186 mph (300 kmh) and offer regular services to popular cities around Italy, such as Rome, Naples, Florence and Milan. Italo trains offer value for money on routes from Naples to Milan, and we can help you find the best deals available. Start your search for cheap Italo trains from Naples to Milan by checking the latest Italo train times and comparing the best prices for tickets on Omio. You can expect to travel 408 miles (658 km) from Naples to Milan on an Italo train. Choose from three different ticket types (Low Cost, Economy, and Flex) and pick the cheapest or fastest train from Naples to Milan.
Italo offers four different class options with a range of amenities, but each train car is modernly equipped with a high level of comfort. You can choose between the Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive classes. The trains are eco-friendly and use up to 30% less energy than previous models. Services on all Italo train cars include bathrooms, free WiFi, power outlets, reclining leather seats and footrests.
Italo has updated its ticket policies due to the coronavirus. Keep these in mind when booking your Italo tickets from Naples to Milan and when traveling by train:
There are a larger number of trains from Naples to Milan that operate daily, providing passengers with nearly 270 service options from which to choose each week. The 480-mile (772-km) journey, which begins on the southwest coast and ends in the central part of the far north of Italy can take from about 4h 30min to around 12h 4min. Most of the routes run directly; however, there are a few routes that require changes.
The nearly 270 trains from Naples to Milan that operate each week run on a consistent schedule daily. This means that there are nearly 40 service options from which passengers can choose each day—including on weekends. The trains begin running roughly around 5:30 a.m. each morning with multiple services operating each hour until about 4:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. The schedule then operates a more sparse offering, with final services departing from Naples around 6:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. or as late as after 9:30 p.m., depending on the day of the week.
The journey by train from Naples to Milan can take anywhere from as quick as about 4h 30min to as long as 12h 4min, depending on the number of transfers scheduled for the route, the time of day at which the train departs from Naples, the type of train operating the route, or even the arrivals station. The shorter journeys run directly; however, there are some direct routes that can take as long as about 9h.
Departure train station: Trains heading to Milan from Naples depart from Naples Centrale station. To get to the station from the city center, which is about 2.5 miles (4 km) south, passengers can grab a taxi or a ride share, which typically takes about 7-10min. Alternatively, the 116, 175 and 195 buses operated by ANM each connect to MET or REG city trains run by Trenitalia—each route takes about 20min. At the station there are restrooms, shops, ticket desks and eateries.
Arrival train stations: The trains from Naples to Milan will arrive at one of three stations: Milan Centrale, Milan Rogoredo or Milan Porta Garibaldi. From Milan Central, the city center is a roughly 13-15min taxi ride, a 30-40min walk, or a ride on subway line 3. From Milan Rogoredo the city center is about a 20min, 5.7-mile (9.1-km) taxi ride, or a ride on the number 3 subway. The city center is about a 1.3-mile (2.1-km) walk from Milan Porta Garibaldi. Alternatively, taxis take between 9min and 12min and there are subway services available. Each station has amenities, such as ticket desks, restrooms and ATMs.
There are two train companies that operate train services from Milan to Naples: Trenitalia and Italo. Both companies provide passengers with a large number of options each day, beginning in the early morning and running throughout the day until about late afternoon. However, Trenitalia offers almost twice as many trains from Naples to Milan as Italo, and the company also operates the first departure of the day and the last one—including some routes that leave Milan in the evening and provide an overnight service. Both Trenitalia and Italo provide fast, direct options, with Italo providing the quickest service on each day and Trenitalia offering the longest. Also worth noting is the fact that all of the Italo routes run directly, while a small number of Trenitalia routes require either one or two changes.
Trenitalia’s schedule usually begins around 5:20 a.m. and offers about 25 routes daily. Between the about 5:20 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m., the company provides multiple service options every hour. There are a few days when that extends through the 6:00 p.m. hour, but, on most days, there will be one or more late-night departure leaving around the 9:00 p.m. hour. Those departures are overnight services that run around 9h and 10h 30min, and require one-to-two transfers in Genoa or a combination of Genoa, Chiavari, Margherita or Aversa. There are also some transfer options during the day. All transfer options run Trenitalia’s Intercity and Regionale trains. Non-stop Frecciarossa (fast train) options take around 4h 30min to about 5h 40min.
Italo runs a consistent schedule of trains from Naples to Milan daily. Typically, the first service departs Naples around 6:00 a.m. and the final service departs around 4:30 p.m. There are roughly about 13 service options available each day from, all of which are trains that run a direct service and take between about 4h 30min and about 5h. Passengers can expect about at least one-to-two options on the schedule between 6:00 a.m. and about 7:40 a.m., after which point the frequency of the trains reduce to hourly or bi-hourly until the 4:00 p.m. hour.
The trains from Naples to Milan operated by Trenitalia and Italo offer free wi-fi to ticket holders. On direct train options for both companies, there are also various ticket classes; Trenitalia has Standard seats and upgrade options like Premium, Business or Executive, while Italo offers Smart class or upgraded seats called Prima or Club Executive. All ticket classes for both Trenitalia and Italo allow a single bike per passenger. Bikes must be disassembled and placed in a container. Additionally, pets are allow for free. On Trenitalia, small pets must be in a container no larger than 25 x 12 x 19.5 in (70 x 30 x 50 cm)—Italo doesn’t require a container. Larger dogs, specifically those weighing 22 lb (10kg) or more, are allowed on both trains, but a ticket must be purchased. Guide dogs travel for free. Passengers should note that no animal can occupy a passenger seat, nor are they allowed in restrooms or dining cars. Italo requires tickets for larger dogs be booked at least 2h in advance. Space is provided on trains operated by both companies for traditional luggage—passengers are responsible for storing their own items securely and ensuring that they don’t obstruct walkways. Passengers with reduced mobility can expect support from both providers with boarding and disembarking, with guide dog allowances and with any other support they may need. Those in need of additional support are asked to reach out to the service provider in advance of travel.
The train services that run in the mornings through the afternoons, including the Intercity and Regionale combination train options operated by Trenitalia, tend to cost a bit more than the options that run overnight services and depart around the 9:00 p.m. hour. Passengers who have some flexibility with their schedule and who are happy to transfer once or twice during a nighttime route will find that tickets are cheaper by about half. Alternatively, there are a number of discounts available to customers who may either be students, senior citizens or for the young children of passengers. For instance, Trenitalia has a policy allowing children who are 15 and younger to travel for free when traveling with a family of two-to-five people. Passengers can also save money by opting for non-flexible tickets and standard seats, or by booking tickets weeks in advance for services operated on Intercity and Regionale trains.
The rule of buying in advance to save money is not only valid when booking a flight but also for train travel. Train tickets are generally on sale 6 months before the departure date. Some train booking tips from us:
There are a few train stations in Naples to start your route from including Napoli Centrale and Napoli P. Za Garibaldi. 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 Napoli Centrale and arrive in Milano Centrale.
Passengers booking this trip most frequently board their trains from Napoli Centrale and need to travel around 0 mile (s) / 0 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 0 mile (s) / 0 km from this train station to the city center.
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