Saronno - Seregno - Milano - Albairate
The Suburban S9 Saronno-Seregno-Milano-Albairate line is part of Route 2.
Find out if the route is in bonus and you can purchase the monthly pass with a 30% discount.
TRAVEL SAFELY: even on suburban 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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How long is the trip from Saronno to Albairate?
The distance between Saronno and Albairate is 67 km.
The Trenord railway service of the Suburban S9 Saronno - Seregno - Milan - Albairate line connects Saronno to Albairate in about 1 hour and 50 minutes.
Trains stop at all stations except Ceriano Laghetto Groane.
- From Saronno: first train 6:05 am; last train 20:35 (21:05 and 22:05 terminate in Milan Porta Garibaldi);
- From Albairate: first train at 6:08 am (5:14 am, 6:47 am and 6:14 am from Milan Porta Garibaldi); last train 21:08, then a train every 30 minutes until 22:08 ending in Milan Porta Garibaldi).
How much does the Saronno-Albairate ticket cost?
From Saronno to Albairate the 2nd class price for a Trenord ticket is 6.10€.
The S9 line crosses the provinces of Milan and Monza and Brianza, where the STIBM integrated tariff system is in force. You need to purchase an integrated STIBM ticket only to travel between two stations, both in the STIBM area.
What are the stops on the S9 line?
The suburban Trenord S9 Saronno-Seregno-Milano-Albairate service stops at:
Saronno Sud, Ceriano Laghetto-Solaro, Cesano Maderno, Seveso-Baruccana, Seregno, Desio, Lissone-Muggiò, Monza, Sesto San Giovanni, Milano Greco Pirelli, Milano Porta Garibaldi, Milano Lambrate, Milano Forlanini, Milano porta Romana, Milano Romolo, Milano San Cristoforo, Corsico, Cesano Boscone, Trezzano sul Naviglio, Gaggiano.