250 km
Departure station:
Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 1, 20124, Milan, Italy
Viale degli Alberghi, 20017 Rho, Milan, Italy
Via Giovanni Battista Cassinis, 20139, Milano, Italy
Piazza Sigmund Freud, 20124 , Milano , Italy
Arrival station:
Piazza Santa Maria Novella, 50123 , Florence, Italy
Via Mannelli, 10-16, Firenze, Italy
Via Renato Fantoni, 50127, Firenze, Italy
Brand name
Train type
Travel time
Price from
Bullet train
1 hrs 40 min
Italo Treno
High-speed train
1 hrs 55 min
Bullet train
1 hrs 54 min

Can you think of a more comfortable way to admire the breathtaking sceneries of the Italian countryside than onboard a modern bullet train, taking you from stylish Milan to beautiful Florence? Neither can we. Taking a train between the cities is not only a great way to admire the landscapes, but also one of the fastest ways to travel between the towns. The Milan - Florence train ride takes approximately 2 hours, and the trains provide up to 16 daily departures, making it very easy to plan your Italian voyage.


Is there a train from Milan airport to Florence?

Even though there are no direct trains available on this route, you can easily go from Malpensa Airport to the heart of the Renaissance by rail. Travelers are welcome to take advantage of the rail services leaving from Terminal 1 of the Airport and reaching Florence Santa Maria Novella (SMN) station via Milan Central Station. The whole journey will take you no longer than 6 hours.

What is the best way to get from Milan to Florence?

Certainly, train travel is among the easiest, fastest, and cheapest options to move between Milan and Florence. Favored not only by tourists but also by Italian citizens, well-equipped Italo express trains will bring you from one city center to another in just a bit less than two hours!

Timetable & Train information

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Shortest travel time:
1 hrs 40 min
Longest travel time:
1 hrs 55 min
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Milan to Florence Train Review & Rating

Time onboard the Milan - Florence train flew by in one breath, highly recommend

Sarah F. about traveling from Milan to Florence