Milan is located in the centre of Europe and is one of the easiest cities to reach: every day 800 flights connect Milan to over 200 destinations around the world, while the Central Station is one of Europe's largest train hubs. The position of Milan also makes it easy to reach by car.
Milan has three airports - Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate and Orio al Serio International Airport.
Milan Malpensa airport
Malpensa airport is the most important intercontinental hub, and is located 48 km northwest of Milan. There are 2 terminals and a free shuttle services connects the two.
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From & To Malpensa
The airport is well connected to the city centre thanks to the high-speed Malpensa Express train. Trains run regularly towards the airport, and to the Piazza Cadorna Station or Milan Central Station.
Information on tickets and timetables >>
Alternatively, you can take several coach services to and from Malpensa. Learn more here.
Taxi stands can be found at the arrivals, located on the ground floor (exit 6 in Terminal 1 and exit 4 in Terminal 2). The tariff to Milan is estimated at €90.
Milan Linate Airport
Linate is the city airport, located only 9km from the Central Station.
Linate Airport Website >>
From & To Linate
The city centre can be easily reached in 20 minutes with bus 73. Journey's run from 05.35 in the morning until 00.35, every 10 minutes. Tickets cost €1.50 and can be bought at the ticket machines outside the arrivals hall.
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Taxi stands can be found at the arrivals on the ground floor, at exit gate 5.
Milano Bergamo Airport / Orio al Serio Airport
Orio al Serio, or Bergamo airport, is 50 km from the city centre and well connected with Milan. The airport serves several the low-cost airline companies.
From & To Bergamo
The journey from Milan to the airport takes approximately an hour.
You can take the bus service ATD from the airport to the Bergamo train station, from which you can take a train to Milan.
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Several bus services connect to the airport. Find more information here.
The taxi stands can be found outside the arrivals hall.
Milan is a major railway hub, making it possible to travel by train from various Italian and European cities with ease. The advantage is that you arrive directly to the city.
There are two main stations: The Central station, where Trenitalia runs national and international services, and the Cadorna station for regional connections operated by the Ferrovie Nord group.
Other main city railway stations are the Lambrate and Garibaldi.
Milan attractions are mainly concentrated into the small historic centre. All lot of sites can be reached on foot passing through romantic cobbled streets.
Milan offers the option to rent bikes, an enjoyable and practical way to travel around the city! There are three service providers for bike sharing in the city.
More information can be found here.
There is a network of buses, trams and a subway to make it easy to get from one point in the city to another. Milan has 4 metropolitana (subway) lines, and 12 tram lines covering the city.
Tickets allow you to use all ATM services, the bus, tram and subway. A single ticket costs €1.50, and is valid for a single journey, for 90 minutes after stamping. Alternatively, you have the option to buy a One-Day or Two-Day ticket.
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