Alessandria - Pavia - Milano
The RegioExpress RE13 Alessandria-Pavia - Milano line is part of Route 22.
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TRAVEL SAFELY: even on the RegioExpress lines, you must sit until all seats are available.
Due to local public transport regulations, all seats on the train must be occupied. It is necessary to sit until exhaustion of seats, spreading out in all the train carriages. It is necessary to avoid gatherings in the corridors and for the duration of the trip wear the mask on your nose and mouth
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Find out more about Alessandria - Pavia – Milano line
The RegioExpress Alessandria - Pavia - Milano line takes you from the Piedmontese capital to Milano in less than an hour.
Pavia is another important hub for railway traffic in Lombardia and northern Italy. Here, in addition to 5 regional Trenord lines and the suburban S13, some trains that connect Milano and Genova also stop.
The RegioExpress Alessandria - Pavia - Milano line then reaches Milano, where it stops in three stations: Milano Rogoredo, where you can find connections with numerous lines: regional, regioexpress and suburban. In addition to Trenord services, some high-speed and long-distance trains also stop in Milano Rogoredo.
In the Milano Rogoredo station there is the yellow line M3 of the underground and various surface services, both urban and extra-urban. Milano Rogoredo station is not far from the Sky Italia headquarters and the Santa Giulia district.
The next stop is Milano Lambrate, where you can find 3 regioepxpress lines, 3 regional lines and the suburban S9 Saronno - Seregno - Milano - Albairate, as well as high-speed and long-distance trains.
Milano Lambrate station is served by the green line M2 of the underground and surface services. Milano Lambrate is also located near the Lambrate Design District, or Ventura District, a particularly lively area during the Salone del Mobile and full of initiatives now all year round. One stop away by subway, a few minutes on foot, is the headquarters of the Politecnico di Milano.
Finally, the end of the ride is in the Milano Centrale station. Here trains leave for any destination, both regional and regioexpress lines. From Milan Central you can also reach the rest of Italy by train, with Intercity, Frecciarossa and Italo trains, and Europe, with Eurocity.
To move around the city of Milano, on the other hand, at the Milano Centrale station there are two ATM subway lines, the green M2 and the yellow M3, as well as numerous urban and extra-urban surface vehicles and taxi parking lots, as well as various car rental companies. In the area near the Milano Centrale station you can find numerous restaurants, clubs and hotels.
The city of Alessandria can boast a long and rich history, from the Middle Ages to the Risorgimento, still visible today in its architecture, with splendid palaces and the cathedral with the second tallest bell tower in Italy.
Pavia is also a town that is definitely worth a visit, with its Visconti Castle, its basilicas and many towers, as well as the Ponte Vecchio over the Ticino river. A short distance away, using the train of the S13 line, is also to visit the beautiful Certosa di Pavia, a religious monumental complex that includes the church, the museum and the monastery and the sanctuary.
How long is the trip from Alessandria to Milan?
The distance between Alessandria and Milan is 56 km.
The Trenord train service of the RegioExpress RE13 Alessandria - Pavia - Milan line connects Alessandria to Milano Centrale in about 50 minutes.
- From Alessandria: first train 5:00; last train 21:12
- From Milano Centrale: first train at 5:35 am; last train 23:40
How much does the Alessandria-Milan ticket cost?
From Alessandria to Milano the 2nd class price for a Trenord ticket is 5.50€ .
What are the stops of the RE13 Alessandria-Milan line?
The Trenord RegioExpress RE13 Alessandria-Pavia-Milano service stops at:
Verdello-Dalmine, Treviglio Ovest, Pioltello Limito, Milano Lambrate.