How to get to Milan

The city of Milan has three airports.

The airport of Linate is the oldest and nearest city airport, being located just 4km out of the city. Linate airport is well connected to the city center by the number 73 urban bus (€1,50, 20 min without traffic), which will take you to the Duomo Station of Line 1 (red) and 3 (yellow) of the underground.

Malpensa is the biggest and the main airport of the city. It is located about 40km north of the city and is connected to the main city train stations of Centrale (mm2-green line and mm3 yellow line), Porta Garibaldi (mm2 green line and mm5 lilac line) and Cadorna (mm1 red line and mm2 green line) or by train – €12 one way, 40 min or by bus to FieraMilano and Stazione Centrale (mm2-green line and mm3 yellow line) – €8 one way, 1 hour.

Orio al Serio is about 50km north-east of the city, near the city of Bergamo. The airport is connected to the tazione Centrale (mm2-green line and mm3 yellow line) via bus – €5 one way, 1 hour

Milan is one of the main hubs in Italy for transport by train.

In addition to connections to all the major cities in Italy, such as Rome, Naples, Venice, Turin, Genoa, Florence and Bari, Milan Central Station is also connected to the capitals and main cities of the nearby nations. There are direct trains to and from Vienna, Paris, Zurich, Basel, Geneva, Marseille and Nice.

The central station is well connected to the rest of the city with the Lines 2 (green) and 3 (yellow) of the underground.

Some trains from Paris arrive at Porta Garibaldi station, where stops for the Lines 2 (green) and 5 (lilac) of the underground can be found.

 

Milan is well connected to the rest of Italy and Europe by motorways.

Swiss Motorway 2 is connected to Milan via the A9 and then the A8 Italian motorways.
The Grand-Saint-Bernard tunnel and Mont Blanc tunnels are connected to Milan via the A5 and then the A4 Italian motorways.
The Frejus tunnel is connected to Milan via the A33 and then the A4 Italian motorways.