Milan's second busiest station...

Most mainline trains use the magnificent Milan Centrale, but the French TGVs to/from Paris, the Nightjet sleeper to/from Vienna, Salzburg & Munich, some Italian high-speed trains and many many Italian suburban trains use Milan Porta Garibaldi station.

  Overview

  Which platform for your train?

  Advice on changing trans in Milan

  Free WiFi

  Luggage lockers, ATMs, safety & security

  Ticket offices

  Hotels near the station

  Taxis, metro, walking

  How to transfer between Porta Garibaldi & Centrale

 

On other pages....

  Trains from Milan to other European cities

  Trains from other European cities to Milan

  Guide to train travel in Italy

  General information for European train travel

Station overview See location map...

Built in 1961, Milan Porta Garibaldi is Milan's second busiest station after Centrale, handling most of Milan's suburban traffic as well as some mainline trains.  The station has 12 terminus platforms and a further 10 through platforms located in tunnels underground.  A request - if you get any good wide-angle photos of the concourse or platform area which I could use on this page, or have any feedback about Porta Garibaldi, please email me.

Milan Porta Garibaldi

Milan Porta Garibaldi, exterior...

Milan Porta Garibaldi

Milan Porta Garibaldi, main entrance...

Which platform for your train?

Changing trains at Porta Garibaldi...

Free WiFi...

Left luggage, ATMs, safety & security...

Food & drink...

Hotels near Milan Porta Garibaldi...

Local transportWalking, metro, taxis...

How to transfer between Porta Garibaldi & Milan Centrale...


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