Milan Centrale is Milan's main station, and one of the largest railways stations in Europe. It is from here that many high-speed trains to the rest of Italy depart, and it's also where you'll arrive if you're coming from Geneva. Direct trains from Paris arrive into Milano Porta Garibaldi.
Address: Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 20124 Milan
Ticket office: 0550hr to 2220hr daily
Bureau de change: Yes, 2 at station level, platforms 11 and 20 0700hr - 22.30hr daily. There are also ATM cash machines in the ticket hall.
Left luggage: Yes, €5 for the first 5 hrs, €0.30-0.80 every hour thereafter. Left luggage is on the ground floor on the new pedestrian link to Piazza Luigi di Savoi.
Wheelchair access: Yes. The Blue Room assists customers with disabilities and is located on the pavement of the track 3. Open from 0700hr - 2100hr daily.
Wi-Fi: Yes, wi-fi hotspot available in the Piazza Duca a'Aosta.
Public transport: Milan Central has a dedicated Metro stop called Central F.S which is on Metro Linea 1 & 2, Use this Milan metro planner for help with your route, or download this Milan metro map pdf
For more detailed information on station facilities, see the Milano Centrale page on the official Grandi Stazioni site.
For more information on reaching Milan by train, see the Trains to Milan booking guide.
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