How to reach Milan

Milan is the largest city in Northern Italy and is served by three international airports well connected to the city centre by low-cost trains and buses.


Milan Linate is the city airport of Milan. It has a wide range of domestic and short and medium range international flights.

Milan Malpensa is the intercontinental airport of Milan. With its wide range of destinations throughout the world, it is the main hub of Northern Italy. Malpensa operates with two passenger terminals (Malpensa Terminal 1 and Malpensa Terminal 2), and a cargo terminal (Malpensa Cargo).

Milan Orio Al Serio is the hub for low cost carriers with a wide range of domestic and European flights.


Linate airport shuttle: ATM City Bus X73

Linate Airport is only 7 km from Milan downtown, which makes it very convenient and easy to reach by public transport. Urban line X73 direct from Linate to Milan Piazza San Babila (Underground line 1) First departure: 7:00 a.m. Last departure: 8:00 p.m. Departures every 20 minutes (Monday-Friday)

Duration: 20-25 minutes

Malpensa airport shuttle: Malpensa Express

Milan Malpensa Terminal 1 can be easily reached from the centre of Milan with the Malpensa Express train from Cadorna, Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi stations. To transfer from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 and vice versa there is a free shuttle running 24 hours a day, approx. every 7 minutes during the day and approx. every 30 minutes during the night (from 22.45 hours to 05.15 hours).

Duration: 40 minutes

Milan Orio al Serio Airport Shuttle bus

Milan Orio al Serio Airport is easily reachable by bus from Milan. The airport is also linked with Milan Fair and Malpensa Airport.

Duration: 50 minutes


From Milan Linate to Milan downtown
Duration: 25 minutes (average cost: 20 euro)

From Milan Malpensa to Milan downtown
Duration: 50 minutes (average cost: 90 euro)

From Milan Orio al Serio to Milan downtown
Duration:  45/60 minutes (average cost: 110 euro)


Milano Centrale is the main railway station of Milan and one of the main railway stations in Europe. The station is a railway terminus and is served by national and international routes, with both long-distance and regional lines, including high speed lines to Turin but also Bologna, Rome and Naples. Daily international destinations include Bern, Lugano, Geneva, Zürich, Paris, Vienna, Barcelona and Munich.

Milano Porta Garibaldi is the second largest train station in Milan. Many long-distance Eurostar Italia and high speed trains between Turin, Rome and Naples are operated by Trenitalia and Italotreno. LeNORD offers a daily Eurocity connection to Munich in association with Deutsche Bahn and Österreichische Bundesbahnen and 3 SNCF TGV services from Paris terminate there.