Milan Airport and Transportation

How to get to and from the airports, and getting around the city on public transportation

Milan tram

Milan tram - ©

Milan Airports

If you're flying into Milan you'll mostly likely land at Malpensa Airport. If you are arriving on a domestic flight or the occasional European flight, you may also land at Linate. A third airport, Orio al Serio Airport is also used for low-cost airlines.

From Malpensa, use the express train into the city, taking about 40 minutes. From Linate, take bus 73 that connects to the metro at San Babila Station on the red line, one stop from the central Duomo Station. From Orio al Serio, take the shuttle bus into the city.

Transfers from and to the Airport

If you don't wish to rely on public transportation and prefer the convenience of a transfer, here are your options, from/to any of the airports:

Arrival Transfers
Departure Transfers

Getting Around

If you are arriving by train from within Italy, you'll end your journey at the city's Central Station. To get around the city, the best option is to use the metro, which covers most of the attractions you'll want to see.

Car Rental

Milan is also a popular gateway to the rest of Northern Italy, and if you prefer to go by car, check the cheapest rental rates:

Car Rentals

Milan Map

Milan City Break Travel Planner

  • Get a Room
  • Look for the right type of accommodation at the right place and at the right price for you:


  • Get the Tourist Card
  • Enjoy free or reduced admission at many of the top attractions:

    Tourist Card

  • Plan Your Sightseeing
  • Skip the lines, go on a walking tour, on a cruise or day trip:

    Tours & Activities