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

Linate is an excellent city airport. It is very close to the centre and has a continuous flux of people. It is considered particularly convenient for business people and in just a few minutes passengers can arrive in Piazza San Babila with the urban bus line number 73. Linate is also serviced by private shuttle buses that link the airport with Stazione Centrale (Central Station), Fiera Milano city, Rho fair centre and also Malpensa airport (Starfly, Air Pullman Noleggi, and Malpensa Shuttle Air Pullman).

Orio al Serio, approximately one hour’s travel from Milan, is well connected with the city centre. It can be reached by car in autostrada (motorway) Milano-Venezia A4 or by shuttle bus (Autostradale, Locatelli Air Pullman) that connects it with Stazione Centrale (Central Station), Milan. For those that arrive or depart in train, Bergamo’s Stazione Centrale can be reached using buses that depart every ten minutes to and from the airport.

In all of the airports, there are numerous taxi, car-rental and chauffeured car services.

By Train

Thanks to its extraordinary location, Milan is a strategic railway hub. The advantage is that one can arrive in the city without having to make any transfers and from here it is possible to travel to principle Italian and European cities, directly and easily. Furthermore, Milan has invested in the high-velocity technology Frecciarossa, the Italian train that connects Milan southbound with Florence, Bologna and Rome (three hours and 30 minutes) and east/westbound with Turin.

The city has numerous railway stations at its disposal, the most important being Centrale, Lambrate and Garibaldi. From Stazione Centrale (Central Station) trains depart for all Italian and European destinations, while the others function as an important hub for regional services.

Furthermore, in the middle of the city, beside Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle), there is Cadorna station. It is managed by the Ferrovie Nord group and represents an important regional railway siding.

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