Milano Centrale Railway Station Overview
Milan Central Railway Station is one of the largest in Europe; its design was inspired by early 20th- century Modernism style and dominantly features Art Nouveau and Art Deco. The station was first inaugurated in the year 1931 while replacing the old central station.

The idea behind the design of the Railway station was simple; however, during Mussolini's reign, the building was made to represent the influence of the Fascist regime. The large glass and steel domed station has lovely blue tiles in the interior to denote the 24 tracks that take all the travellers to some of the leading European capitals, as well as other Italian cities.

Today, the Milano Train station has more than 300,000 passengers arriving and departing from the complex every day, which includes tourists exploring the city.

Location- Piazza Duca d'Aosta, 1, 20124 Milano MI, Italy
Entry Fee- Free
Timings- Open for 24 hours
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