In Piazzale Cadorna, very close to the Sforzesco Castle, is the railway station of Milano Cadorna. The origin of it is located in 1879, although it was completely destroyed during the bombings of the Second World War. The one you can see today dates from 1999, thanks to the restoration work of Gae Aulenti.
Milano Cadorna is one of the main communication hubs in Milan. It has a metro station, lines M1 and M2, three tram lines and up to eleven bus lines. It is the north station of the city and connects with Varese, Como, Novara and Brescia (it is the station we have to go to if we want to go by train to the Lake Como, for example). Here you can also take the Malpensa Express that takes us directly to Malpensa Airport.
Once you arrive in Milano Cadorna, you will not have any problem moving to any other point in the city. As soon as we leave the station, on the right, we find the taxi rank, while in front of it we have the metro. Precisely the first stop after Cadorna is the Conciliazione station, where you can get off to see the Church of Santa Maria de la Gracia, which houses inside the painting of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci.
Although Milano Cadorna is not the main station in Milan, it is the one you will find in the city center. It is perfectly communicated with the Central Station through the green metro line. Cadorna is more of a station for regional trains, while long-distance ones operate