Verona - Brescia - Milano
The RE6 Verona - Brescia - Milano RegioExpress Line is part of the route 17.
Find out if the route is in bonus and you can purchase the monthly pass with a 30% discount.
TRAVEL SAFELY: even on regional 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 on the Verona - Brescia – Milano line
The RegioExpress Verona - Brescia - Milano line takes you from the city of Romeo and Juliet to Milano in less than two hours and for only 12.75€.
The Verona - Brescia - Milano line starts from Verona Porta Nuova, where there are also railway connections with the Brenner, Bologna and Venice, as well as Eurocity for Germany.
Brescia station is connected to the rest of Lombardia with a regioexpress line, the Brescia - Iseo - Edolo, and 5 regional lines.
The route then leads to Rovato, where you can interchange with the Rovato - Bornato - Iseo line.
The journey continues towards Pioltello, where it crosses the S5 and S6 lines, and Milano Lambrate, where you can find 3 regioepxpress lines, 3 regional lines and the suburban S9 Saronno - Seregno - Milan - 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 Fuorisalone and 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.
Arriving at Milano Centrale, on the other hand, you are already close to all the tracks from which trains depart for any destination, with the Trenord regional lines and for the rest of Italy, with the Intercity, Frecciarossa and Italo trains, and Europe, with Eurocity. In the Milano Centrale station you can also find the MXP2 Malpensa - Milano Centrale airport connection.
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 parking lots for taxis, as well as various car rental companies. . In the area near the Milano Centrale station you can find numerous restaurants, clubs and hotels.
The RegioExpress Verona - Brescia - Milano line runs from Verona Porta Nuova station to Milano Centrale station, passing by Lake Garda.
Verona is an ancient city, whose origins date back to before the Roman period, rich in monuments and places of historical and architectural significance, declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. The symbol of the city is certainly the Verona Arena, where concerts and performances of Opera and Theater are held. Also important are the Duomo, the Palazzo della Ragione and the Palazzo del Capitanio, just to name a few.
Continuing on, you will find the Peschiera del Garda station, where you can find the free shuttle that takes you to Gardaland Park.
The town of Peschiera del Garda, in its oldest part, is enclosed in star-shaped walls and is also protected by the lake and the river Mincio. The Fortress has also been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. From Peschiera del Garda there is a cycle path that leads to Mantova, following the course of the Mincio river. Thanks to our agreements, you can rent a bike at a discounted price!
Desenzano del Garda, a splendid town on the shores of Lake Garda, where you can visit the Castle, the Porto Vecchio and the Roman Villa, or simply lie down in the sun on one of its beaches along the lake!
Brescia is a city rich in history, since Roman times, the evidence of which can be found in the Brixia. Archaeological Park. The Civic Museums system allows you to discover the history and culture of this beautiful city in Lombardia, discover the agreements for subscribers!
How long is the journey from Milan to Verona?
The distance between Verona and Milan is 148 km.
The Trenord railway service on the RE6 Verona - Brescia - Milan regional line connects Verona to Milan in approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes.
- From Verona: first train 5:45 am; last train 21:45
- From Milan: first train at 6:25 am; last train 22:25
Before the departure, always check the timetable and the warnings for any changes to it
How much does the train from Milan Central Station to Verona Porta Nuova cost?
From the Trenord online channels (website and App) it is possible to buy the ticket up to the previous station in Verona, or Peschiera del Garda, limit of the tariff extension. From Milano Centrale to Peschiera del Garda the price for a 2nd class ticket is € 10.50.
What are the stops on the Milan-Verona line?
The Verona-Brescia-Milan train leaves from Verona Porta Nuova and stops at:
Peschiera del Garda, Desenzano del Garda, Brescia, Rovato, Chiari, Romano di Lombardia, Treviglio, Pioltello, Milano Lambrate e arriva a Milano Centrale.