How to get here

Milano is well connected to Europe and the world.


There are three airports: Linate, Malpensa and Bergamo Orio al Serio. The Linate Airport is located close to the city centre and easily accessible by public transport. Malpensa and Bergamo Orio al Serio are located within an hour drive from the city centre.

When arriving to the Bergamo and Malpensa airport buses are awaiting in front of the arrivals to take you to Milano Centrale, the main railway station for the price of 5 Euro (Bergamo) and 8 Euro (Malpensa).When arriving to Linate airport bus number 73 will take you directly to Duomo with one way ticket (1.50 Euro).

Malpensa airport is the only airport connected to the city by train - the Malpensa Express.

Bergamo airport is the base for low-cost airlines like Ryanair and Wizzair. Other airlines, including Alitalia, Eurowings and others fly to Malpensa and Linate.  Easyjet has its own Terminal (2) at Malpensa Airport.


Milano is connected by train to many European cities. The main railway station is called Centrale. There is a Metro station directly within the building and there are a number of buses and trams in front of the station, connecting many different parts of the city.

The tickets for public transport can be bought in Tabacchi (newsagents) or automatic machines at every metro station.


Parking can be a little complicated – always make sure you park within the blue lines or no lines, and pay the parking fee. Information about the prices can be found on every street, they differ depending on the location (and some streets are free). The city centre is limited by Congestion Charge, operational on weekdays 07.30-19.30 hours (Thursday till 18.00 hours), but not on Saturday and Sunday. Only hybrid, bi-fuel and electric cars are exempt of the Congestion Charge so please buy and activate your entrance ticket.  When parking in residential areas always check when the weekly street market takes place since strict no parking rules apply on these days!