The distance from Milan (Milano) to Turin (Torino) is about 150 km, and the road will take you about 2 hours. Today you will learn how to get from Milan to Turin on your own by train, bus or by renting a car immediately at the airport. Consider all the ways let's go.
From Milan to Turin by ItaloTreno train can be reached in just 1 hour. Tickets cost from 12.90 euros, I advise you to book at least a week in advance.
You can also compare prices for Trenitalia - traveling by regional train will take you 1 hour 52 minutes, tickets from 9.90 to 12.45 euros. High-speed trains usually cost from 33 euros, but again when booking a few weeks you can catch a discount.
Trenitalia trains depart from Milano Centrale Station and arrive in Turin at Porta Nuova Station. They go several times an hour.
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Watch the video about the train station in Turin:
Comfortable and cheap FlixBus buses run from Milan to Turin 5 times a day - Internet and coffee on board, ticket price 5-8 euros, travel time 1 hour 50 minutes - what else can you dream of?
In Milan, buses leave from the Lampugnano bus station, and in Turin arrive at the Vittorio Emanuele station. From there, a couple of blocks from the train station / Torino Porta Susa metro station, as well as the Vinzaglio metro station.
If you arrive at one of the airports in Milan (Malpensa, Bergamo, Linate), then you first need to get to the center of Milan, and then get to Turin by train or bus.
For travelers with a driver’s license, I recommend considering the option of renting a car directly at the airport in Milan. If you take care of the lease in advance, then the cost will be very affordable. Provided that you rent a car at the same airport, the price, for example, the brand new Alfa Romeo Giulietta will turn out only 120 euros for 3 days or 40 euros per day.
Want to rent a car even cheaper? We take Fiat Panda, it will turn out about 45 euros for 3 days or only 15 euros / day.
You can read about the features of car rental to compare prices in Italy on our service auto.italy4.me
If you have already traveled from Milan to Turin, then share your experience in the comments.