The central train station of Milan is unique in Italy for its beauty, and it is the second station in terms of passengers, and the first one in terms of “international touch”.
Every day at the train station depart and arrive international trains, coming from or headed to the most important European and Italian cities.
The station welcomes the visitor with its massive structure and its old domes, mirroring the atmosphere partly chaotic and partly joyful of every traveller.
Certainly not a quiet place, but the chaos that you can breathe here in every moment of the day reflects the real essence of the journey meant as a concept. On the outer façade leaning on the square Piazza Duca D’Aosta, a plate is visible with the date 1931 written in Roman numbers, dating back to the Christian age.
Yet at the exit of the station, Milan doesn’t betray its metropolitan style, with the view of the Pirelli skyscraper (seat of the Region) standing out from the right side of the alley, and Vittorio Pisani street, standing right in front of us with its vitality.