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Travel by train from Milan to Rimini from 23,70€

From Milan to Bologna with Italo High Speed Train from 12,90€ + Trenitalia regional train from Bologna to Rimini at 10,80€

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From Milan to Rimini

Milan to Rimini train tickets

Milan to Rimini train stops

Which stops the Milan - Rimini route train makes.

Milan Centrale
Reggio Emilia Centrale
Bologna Centrale
Exchange Station
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treno regionale Trenitalia
Treno alta velocità Italo
Treno alta velocità Italo
Treno alta velocità Italo
Treno regionale Trenitalia

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Mini Guide, what to visit in Milan and Rimini

Traveling to Milan
Traveling to Rimini
Traveling to Milan

Whether it's work, a passion for fashion, or a love for design, the inspirations for taking a train to Milan, the most international city in Italy, are increasingly numerous. For a round trip in a day, the must-see destinations of a visit to Milan are the Cathedral with its Madonnina, the most famous symbol, Sforza Castle, the Church of Sant'Ambrogio, Piazza della Scala with its La Scala theater, and the imposing Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. From there, with a few steps, you can reach Italy's most famous department store, La Rinascente, and with just a ten-minute walk, you can reach the Fashion Quadrilateral, the ultimate shopping area, which is enclosed in the four streets of via Montenapoleone, via Manzoni, via della Spiga, and Corso Venezia. In Milan, the design week attracts operators from all over the world every year, and the Brera and Tortona neighborhoods come alive with off-site events, showcasing the best of Milan's nightlife. To get to know the trendiest area of the city, you should go down to Darsena and discover its famous Navigli (Pavese Canal and the Great Canal). But Milan is also art, where you can admire Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, The Last Supper, or visit exhibitions at the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Triennale, or the exhibitions at the Prada Foundation. The Meneghina city, the engine of the country's economy and the seat of the Stock Exchange and the prestigious Bocconi University, also hosts the most important fairs and events in Europe, to be marked on the agenda: the Salone del Mobile, the Milan Fashion Week, or the Artisan Fair. For a business trip, a visit to the newly reborn Porta Nuova area cannot be missed, a project that has enriched Milan's skyline with new skyscrapers, including the Unicredit Tower and the award-winning Vertical Forest. What are you waiting for? Buy your Italo ticket to Milan now!

Traveling to Rimini

Rimini: just pronouncing its name evokes an imaginary world of nightclubs, foreign tourists, and nightlife. However, this Romagna town has much more to offer, as demonstrated by its complete tourist, recreational, and cultural offerings. Winter or summer, what's the difference? A privileged destination for vacations dedicated to entertainment and relaxation, in the off-season Rimini is surrounded by a monumental silence, rich with the charm of the sea in winter, with a hinterland dotted with traces of a medieval and Malatesta past and a landscape that is both tamed and wild. Founded by the Romans, expanded during the communal period, and finally made famous by the Malatesta family, Rimini surprises with the blend of styles its historic center offers. It starts from Tre Martiri Square, with an oval shape, located in the area of the Roman forum, which houses the beautiful Clock Tower, the Church of the Minimi, and the elegant Temple of Sant'Antonio, and leads to the unmissable Church of Sant'Agostino, founded in 1247, with a Baroque interior and numerous testimonies of the Rimini painting school of the 14th century. The heart of the medieval city, absolutely worth a visit and, why not, an aperitif, is Piazza Cavour, where the seventeenth-century Palazzo Comunale, the Palazzo dell'Arengo in Romanesque-Gothic style, and the Palazzo dei Podestà, a meeting and prison place, were built starting from 1204 and then reconstructed after the violent earthquake that struck the Romagna Riviera in 1916. On the opposite side of the square, the suggestive eighteenth-century fish market opens up, composed of three arches and stone benches, today a corner of the trendiest and most characteristic taverns in the city. Take a short walk along Corso Augusto: it will certainly be worth it, especially at sunset, when plays of light and color will give the Marecchia River and the palaces a special charm. In fact, the course leads to the remains of the imposing Tiberius Bridge, over 60 meters long and rich in arches decorated with reliefs and decorations from which, then, the Borgo San Giuliano opens up, where you can rediscover the Fellinian atmosphere of Amarcord, among ancient streets and squares with an authentic and popular taste, once home to coachmen, craftsmen, fishermen, and workers. Inside the village, don't miss the ancient Abbey of San Giuliano, built before 816 on the ruins of a pagan temple and rebuilt in the second half of the 1500s. To fully understand Rimini's history, the City Museum, housed in the premises of the ancient Jesuit college, must be a mandatory stop: the Roman Lapidary, in fact, collects inscriptions from the 1st century BC, while the section of the Archaeological Museum retraces the imperial Rimini of the 2nd and 3rd centuries; finally, the Picture Gallery, with works by Giovanni Bellini, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Giovanni da Rimini, and many others, will thrill art enthusiasts. A testament, instead, to the golden period of the Malatesta lordship, and a symbol of Italian humanistic and Renaissance culture, is the Malatesta Temple, the result of the profound restructuring - directed by Leon Battista Alberti - of the medieval Chapel of the Angels and the subsequent Chapel of San Sigismondo. It was Sigismondo Malatesta himself who wanted its construction, to his own and his family's greater glory.

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