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How to Get Here

Updated: 2014-07-18 / (tourism.milan.it)

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The Centrality of Milan

Milan has always been a city ready to welcome and to share its culture and traditions, open to change and to novelties. It constitutes a nerve centre for connection with the principle Italian and foreign cities in the area, in terms of its air, railway and even road transport. The city is renowned for its metropolitan character and its talent for business; it also boasts a privileged geographic location that is in close proximity to both the sea of Liguria and the mountains. Above all, however, it is a destination for culture and entertainment.

Milan is a complete offer that encompasses all modes of transport.

In fact, for those who prefer to travel by air, Milan is serviced by three airports (Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio) that support domestic and international flights. For those who prefer to travel with their “feet planted firmly on the ground”, there are numerous railway stations (Stazione Centrale, Cadorna Ferrovie Nord, Porta Garibaldi and Lambrate) with services for all destinations.

By Aeroplane

To reach Milan in aeroplane there are various convenient solutions available. Other than the two airports Malpensa and Linate, the city is also serviced by the International Airport Orio al Serio (Bergamo), a leader in the low-cost flight sector, and together they ensure frequent domestic and international connections.

Malpensa is the largest airport in the Milanese area and it has two terminals at its disposal that ensure domestic and International connections, as well as numerous intercontinental flights. The airport is well connected with the Lombard capital. The journey takes roughly one hour by car on the A8 autostrada (motorway). There are also shuttle services (Malpensa Bus Express, Malpensa Shuttle Air Pullman) that connect it with Stazione Centrale (Central Station) and Linate Airport. It is also connected by train to Central and Cadorna stations, with intermediate stops at Garibaldi and Bovisa (Malpensa express).

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