The major railway hub for Milan, the Milano Centrale Railway Station is one of the largest train stations in Europe. It opened in 1931 under the reign of Benito Mussolini, with its soaring glass and metal design intended to showcase the power and dominance of his National Fascist Party.
Marvel at the monumental architecture of the Milano Centrale Railway Station, with the original design inspired by Washington D.C.’s Union Station. It was altered numerous times throughout its construction, resulting in an eclectic blend of Liberty and Art Deco styles.
Watch the trains coming and going along the 24 tracks of the Milano Centrale Railway Station. Shops and restaurants are situated around the platforms, together with an information office and ticket machines.
Milano Centrale Railway Station can be accessed from the adjacent Centrale metro station or via a 20-minute walk from the Milano Porta Garibaldi railway station. Malpensa Airport is an hour’s drive away.