Accessibility



BY AIR
 
Milano offers three airports with national and international flights.

Linate Airport
This is the main airport of the city. Very close to the city centre, in few minutes you can reach Duomo travelling on the urban bus route no. 73. Moreover, Linate offers shuttle bus services linking the airport with the Central Station, Milan Exhibition Centre, Rho and Malpensa Airport.

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Continuing your journey to Milan is quick and easy:
• By car or taxi: approx. 7 km. If you take the taxi, the cost is approx. 12-20€, it depends on the traffic jam.
• By bus: the urban bus route no. 73 (National arrivals exit) reaches the centre of Milan (Piazza Duomo Stop) where you can take the red route of the underground. The first race at 05.35 and the last one at 00.35. Runs every 10 minutes, every day. Ticket price: 1.5 euros available at the automatic machines, outside the Arrivals floor.
• Starfly: is a shuttle bus that links Linate airport with the centre of Milano (Milan central station or Fiera Milano City). There is a bus every 30 minutes and you take 27 minutes to reach the city. Please plan your journey online

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Malpensa Airport
Is the largest airport in Milan and it has two terminals that ensures domestic, international links and numerous intercontinental flights.

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Continuing your journey to Milano is quick and easy:
• By car or taxi: approx. 45 km.
• By train: Milan Malpensa airport can be easily reached from the centre of Milan with the Malpensa Express train from Cadorna, Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi stations. Malpensa Express train stops at Malpensa Terminal 1 and Malpensa terminal 2. For more information on tickets and timetables, please visit the Malpensa express website. Tickets can also be purchased using the Pay&Go Contactless mode.
• By shuttle bus: several shuttle buses ( Terravision , Autostradale , Air Pullman ) connect Malpensa Airport with the city centre, Malpensa bus (tickets can be bought in the bus) connect directly to Fiera Milano City.

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Orio al Serio-Bergamo Airport
Bergamo-Orio al Serio Airport is located 45 km from Milan, just outside Bergamo. Bergamo Airport has a single terminal but it is well connected with the centre of Milan.
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Continuing your journey to Milano is quick and easy:
• By car or taxi: approx. 45 km.
• By train there is a direct shuttle to Bergamo station where you can take a train to Milano every 30-60 minutes.
• Shuttle bus: there are different buses to Milan, all of them leave from the Airport leaving every 10 minutes. Pay attention: the Bergamo-Milano road is always very busy and sometimes you take more than an hour to reach Milan.

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BY TRAIN
Milan is a strategic railway hub, and it can easily be reached from the main Italian and European rail routes. The city has numerous state-owned (FS) stations, of which the Central, Lambrate and Garibaldi Stations are the most important. Moreover, the Cadorna Station right in the city centre and run by the Ferrovie Nord Group, is an important regional railway link.

Milano can be reached easily from different parts of Italy with Frecciarossa, Freggiargento or Italo high-speed trains. All these trains have frequent connections from various cities. http://www.trenitalia.com/

 



BY CAR
You can use the four city orbital roads around Milan to easily reach any of the nearby major motorways:

A4 Milano-Venezia
A1 Milano-Bologna
A7 Milano-Genova
A8 Milano-Laghi


PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Milan’s public transport options include the subway, bus and tram.
Prices for tickets and passes valid for the subway, bus and tram
• 1.50€ one way
• 4.50€ for 24 hours pass
• 8.25€ for 48 hours pass
• 11.30€ for a weekly pass

Each ticket is valid for 90 minutes (remember to always validate your ticket in the machine as soon as you get into the bus or tram).
You can buy tickets at any of the authorized outlets (bars, tobacconists, stationers, newspaper stands).

The urban transport system is made by 100 buses and 17 tram lines and 4 subway lines.
The subway lines have a different colour and number. Subway trains usually run from 6am to 1am, but times may vary depending on the line
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