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Connections to Milan

Air transport

Milan is served by three airports:

  • LINATE AIRPORT (LIN), the city airport, just 20 minutes from the city centre by bus, serves domestic and European flights; Linate Airport is served by bus n. 73 or 73X from San Babila Metro station (Metro line 1 Red, one stop from Duomo). Urban fare applies (1.50€). Bus n. 73 runs from 05:35am to 01:30am every day; No. 73X (no stop service from san Babila to the airport) runs Monday to Friday, 07:00am - 08:00pm
  • MALPENSA AIRPORT (MXP), about 1 hour ride by train, is Italy’s busiest airport for international and intercontinental traffic, it serves major cities in the 5 continets with direct flights from Milan and is one of Europe biggest air-freight gateway
  • ORIO AL SERIO International (BGY), about 1 hour ride by bus, serves budget airlines and charter traffic to destinations all over Europe and in the Mediterranean area

SEA (official gateway to Milan airports)

Milan railway stations

  • Milano Centrale is the main railway station, served both by local, international and high-speed trains
    The station is located in Piazzale Duca d’Aosta, served by the Metro (Green line - number 2 and Yellow line - number 3)
    Many bus companies offer shuttle and coach connections to and from the airports from the station’s east side (Piazza Luigi di Savoia). The service is available day and night. Buy tickets on board (Timetable, online tickets and fares)
    At Milano Centrale you also find "Malpensa Express" from/to Malpensa airport (departures every 30 minutes)
  • Porta Garibaldi. Mostly for regional and commuter services. The underground  metropolitan cross-city line (Passante Ferroviario in italian) connects this station with other stations located in the city (working as a Metro line) like Bovisa Nord (Politecnico area) and Porta Vittoria, and with most towns in the suburbs (working as aregional/commuter line).
    Porta Garibaldi station is located in Piazza Sigmund Freud and is served by Metro line 2 (Green line) and Metro line 5 (Purple line)
  • Milano Lambrate. This station located in piazzale Bottini is served by regional and national bound trains; it is also served by the Metro line 2 (Green line)
  • Milano Cadorna. Located in Piazzale Luigi Cadorna, this station is mainly a commuter station and here you also find "Malpensa Express" trains to Malpensa airport (departures every 30 minutes). It is served by Metro line 1 (Red line) and Metro line 2 (Green line).

These railway stations are operated by two train companies: Trenitalia (Italian State Railways) and Trenord

For destinations, fares, timetables and online booking please refer to: www.trenord.it  - www.trenitalia.it