How to get there
The Milan metropolitan area is served by three international airports:
- Malpensa Airport is Italy’s second-busiest airport with 24.7 million passengers served in 2018. Malpensa lays 45 km from downtown Milan and is connected to the city by the Malpensa Express railway service.
- Linate Airport, the oldest, is Milan’s city airport, and is now mainly used for domestic and short-haul international flights, serving 9.2 million passengers in 2018.
Orio al Serio Airport, located some 50 km away, near the town of Bergamo, mainly serves the low-cost traffic of Milan and it is the main base of Ryanair (12.9 million passengers served in 2018).
Milan city has an excellent range of national and international rail links including high-speed, regular and night trains. The main train station is Milano Centrale.
Piazzale Carlo Magno, 1, Gate 14, 20149 Milano, Italy