Thanks to its extraordinary location, Milan is a strategic railway hub. The advantage is that one can arrive in the city without having to make any transfers and from here it is possible to travel to principal Italian and European cities, directly and easily.
The city is served by three main railway stations:
- Milano Centrale FS: Piazza Duca D’Aosta 1, Milano
- Milano Garibaldi FS: Piazza Freud, Milano
- Milano Cadorna FN: Piazzale Cadorna, Milan
From Stazione Centrale (Central Station) and Milano Garibaldi, trains depart for all Italian and European destinations, while others function as an important hub for regional services.
Furthermore, in the middle of the city, beside Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle), there is Cadorna station. It is managed by the Ferrovie Nord Group and represents an important regional railway siding.