How to travel from Milan to Rimini by train

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Milano / Milan / Mailand to Rimini by train

When travelling from Milano to Rimini by train, travellers have a choice of three different train services:
1: the fastest and typically most expensive option is to take the Frecciarossa trains which spend most of the journey rushing down the high speed line from Milano to Bologna.
2: Other 'Frecce' trains, which are slower because they don't take the high speed line.
3. The Intercity trains which also take the non high-speed 'classic route', but are slowest of all, because they make more station calls.

Italo trains don't operate on this route.

Routes you can take to go from Milano / Milan / Mailand to Rimini

When travelling between most cities by train there is only one logical option, though on other journeys there is a choice between different trains or alternative routes. If different options are available you can use the info to decide which is best for you.

Choose one of the following options:

Route Information

Option 1: by the high speed Frecciarossa trains
Travel Time (approx)

2hr 19min



Travel Info

2 x trains per day from Milano Centrale

1 x train per day from Milano. P. Garibaldi

Route Information

Option 2: taking the other Frecce trains
Travel Time (approx)

2hr 59min (approx)



Travel Info

7 x trains per day

Route Information

Option 3: Eurail and InterRail users can save money
Travel Time (approx)

3hr 52min - 4hr



Travel Info

Mon-Fri 2 x trains per day
Saturday 3 x trains per day
Sunday 2x trains per day

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