Travel by train and bus from Milan to Palermo
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From Milan to Palermo
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From Milan to Palermo by train and bus
|⌚ Trip duration||14 hours and 50 minutes|
|💰 Price||Tickets from [PRICE] €|
|📍 Distance||886 km|
Travelling from Milan to Palermo by train is a fast and economical journey. The Milan-Palermo route is 886 km long and the journey with Italo takes 14 hours and 50 minutes. The price of this trip starts from [PRICE] €, a convenient price to enjoy a round trip to visit beautiful Palermo.
Want to know more about your journey? Following you'll find the frequently asked questions by our customers and some tips for your journey.
How many km is Palermo from Milan?
The direct distance between Milan and Palermo is 886 km.
How long does it take to get from Milan to Palermo by train?
It generally takes 14 hours and 50 minutes to get from Milan to Palermo though this depends on the date, time and day of the week. Check out train times to plan your trip.
What times are the trains scheduled from Milan to Palermo by train?
Every day, Italo has trains and buses scheduled to depart from Milan to Palermo and from Palermo to Milan. You can find the schedule that is most convenient for you anytime, from the early morning until late in the evening. Check out train times to plan your trip.
Hot much does it cost from Milan to Palermo by train?
Ticket prices for Italo trains from Milan to Palermo start around [PRICE] €. If you buy your ticket in advance, the price will be low - with Italo you can take advantage of great deals and discounts. See what deals are waiting for you on our train ticket offers page.
What is the cheapest way to get from Milan to Palermo?
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What is the fastest train from Milan to Palermo?
The fastest way takes roughly 14 hours and 50 minutes to make the distance between Milan and Palermo.
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Mini Guide, what to visit in Milan and Palermo
Milan is a city that offers a wide range of opportunities for both tourists and its inhabitants. The wealth of culture, history, art and design is unique and with a weekend in Milan you can taste a bit of everything. The first stop of a visit to Milan must be the Duomo, one of the symbols of the city. In its vicinity are also the Sforzesco Castle, Piazza della Scala with its Teatro alla Scala, and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, where you can also find the Rinascente and the Quadrilatero della Moda. For a taste of the Milan nightlife, the advice is to visit the Brera and Tortona neighborhoods, where the events of the Fuori Salone take place, and go down to Darsena to discover the famous Navigli. One of the most famous places to visit in Milan is certainly the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, preserved in the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Other important institutions to visit are the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Triennale and the Fondazione Prada, where you can admire works by famous artists. The city also hosts the most important fairs and events in Europe, such as the Salone del Mobile, the Milan Fashion Week or the Artigiano in Fiera. To admire the panorama of Milan you can climb to Gianicolo or visit the Porta Nuova area, reborn thanks to the Unicredit and Bosco Verticale skyscraper project. To eat in Milan you can visit the Testaccio, Monti, Trastevere and Coppedè neighborhoods, where you can taste recipes from the Milanese tradition, such as the famous cacio e pepe, or Jewish cuisine dishes, Japanese sushi and more. To not miss the important events, such as the opening of the Extraordinary Jubilee wanted by Pope Francis, the ideal is to take the Italo train to Milan and live a unique experience.
Palermo, located in western Sicily, is one of the most fascinating cities of Italy. Its cultural variety is unique and its millennial history has left a rich heritage of art and culture. Palermo is a city full of history, traditions and flavors that nobody should miss.
One of the places to visit is definitely the old town with its baroque palaces, churches and squares dating back to the Middle Ages. Among these, Piazza Pretoria, one of the most important squares of Palermo, hosts a beautiful Neptune Fountain. Piazza Politeama is another place of interest, with the Teatro Massimo, one of the largest opera theatres in Europe. And then there is the Teatro di Verdura, an open-air theatre that hosts shows throughout the year.
Sicilian cuisine is full of unique flavors in the world, so it is a must to take a walk through the city's historic markets, such as the Capo Market, which offers excellence products, from cheeses to fish products. The Vucciria is another place of interest, with its stands selling fresh products. While strolling through the streets of the center, don't miss the chance to taste the famous Sicilian arancini and cannoli.
For a panoramic view of the city there is nothing better than a visit to Monte Pellegrino, a place full of history and mysticism that hosts the famous Sanctuary of Santa Rosalia, the patron saint of Palermo. Here you can admire a magnificent view of the entire city.
To reach Palermo, choose the Italo train, which connects the city with many other Italian destinations. Once arrived, you can admire the beauties of Palermo and discover all the secrets of this city. Wandering through its streets, you can live an unforgettable experience.