Train Milan → InnsbruckFrom € 49
- Departure station : Milano centrale (Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 1 20124 Milan)
- Arrival station : Innsbruck hbf (Südtiroler Platz 7 A-6020 Innsbruck)
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Main stations in Milan and Innsbruck
Milano Centrale Train Station
Address: Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 1 20124 MilanOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 7am to 9pm
Saturday and Sunday: 7am to 9pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV, Le Frecce), Regional trains (Trenitalia), City Night Line
Tourist Information Point, Assistance for disabled persons, Railway police, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Waiting rooms, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM, Currency exchange, and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Milan and Innsbruck
Milan, the second largest city in Italy
Milan is a main Italian city and regarded as the fashion capital of Europe. Milan is also an transport hub for Italy. The city has an important stake in the finance, commerce, media and sport of Italy. Two of its football teams, Inter Milan and Milan AC, are known throughout the world. Milan is located in the north west of Italy and is home to a number of museums, designers factory shops, churches and other landmarks. Those who love street style would love the Navigli area. In Piazza XXIV Maggio, shoppers will find brands such Custo-Barcellona, Diesel, Miss Sixteen, Gas and Fornarina, alongside second-hand clothes shops, handmade clothes and accessory stores made from silk and other precious materials.
The main railway stations of Milan are Milan Centrale and Milan Porta Garibaldi. The two stations are about 1.5 kilometres away from each other.
A picture-perfect Austrian city with Alpine appeal, Innsbruck blends lavish baroque palaces and designer boutiques with old-world taverns and glass-fronted bars. Glittering with crystals and shining slopes, it’s steeped in tradition but by no means traditional – as Bögen’s all-night parties confirm.
Located in the western part of Austria, Innsbruck, the capital of the Tyrol region, is a very accessible city with hundreds of shops, restaurants and numerous other year-round attractions. There are many ski areas around the city. Did you know that Innsbruck was twice host of the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976, and it also became the first city to host three Winter Olympics when it staged the world’s first Winter Youth Olympics in 2012?
Reviews & ratings Milan - Innsbruck
My booking was for 1st class 2 x Double Sleeper Milan to Innsbruck I received a small sleeper with a bunk bed . I was lead to believe I would have my own WC and Shower this was not so and I was to share with all other passengers This was the first leg of our trip I would not recommend anybody pay the fees for Ist class as the sleeper is so small you cannot even get your suit cases in properly. I there was no dining coach we were forced to sit in our sleeper food or snacks was limited and was expensive and hardly edible. Breakfast was included in the rate which was a croissant and some orange juice.