Travel by Train
It is 574 kilometers， about 356 miles from Milan to Rome.The average journey time by train between Milan and Rome is 3h16min, with around 43 trains per day.The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays.Taking high-speed train will only take 2h38m.
Milan is the second largest city in Italy, famous for its sightseeing, fashion and architectural landscape, a classic city not to be missed. At the same time, as the capital of the Lombardy region of northern Italy, Milan is the industrial base and railway hub of northern Italy and the transportation hub of southern Europe. From Milan, you can take high-speed trains to cities such as Turin, Venice and Genoa in Italy, as well as international trains to Switzerland, Austria and southern Germany.
Almost all high-speed trains and international trains depart from Milano Centrale. From the scale and the number of trains received, Milan Central Station may not be as close to Rome's Termini station, only to take second place. But its grandeur, grandeur and artistic attainment have become the representative of the entire Italian railway. The station, built in 1931, is a masterpiece of the fascist architecture of the Mussolini period, famous for the famous architect Frank Roylet's "This is the most beautiful station in the world". Milan Central Station adopts a neo-classical architectural model: the main body of the station is almost entirely made of marble, which is heavy and solemn; the tall dome and exquisite stone carving inside the station seems to directly copy the Emanuel II arcade in the center of the city; The section of the continuous arch across the canopy covers all 24 tracks, and the wide view allows the first-time passengers to feel the shock. All this is enough to make Milan Central Station a famous building in the history of European railways.