Milan is served by three main train stations:
Centrale Station: Square Duca D'Aosta 1, Milan
Garibaldi Station: Square Freud, Milan
Cadorna Station: Square Cadorna, Milan
The Stazione Centrale central train station is served by Trenitalia and located at Square Duca d'Aosta, where there are also several public bus lines and access to the M2 subway line (disabled travellers can call +39.199 303060 from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day, including holidays and festivities).
The Garibaldi station in Piazza Sigmund Freud is also served by Trenitalia. Square Sigmund Freud also provides access to the M2 subway line and the passante railway, the suburban train line that crosses the city from north-west to south-east, and serves as an interchange between Ferrovie dello Stato train stations, Ferrovie Trenord Milano train stations, surface public transport, and the Milan subway.
The Cadorna station in Square Cadorna is served by Ferrovie Trenord, local trains that link Milan and its northern outskirts with Varese, Como, Novara, and Asso (Milan branch); and Brescia with Iseo and Edolo (Brescia-Iseo-Edolo branch) and Malpensa Airport.