How to Reach Milan
HOW TO GET TO MILAN
Milan has excellent connections by air, train and road to the rest of continental Europe and the world. Boasting no fewer than three international airports and five major train stations, Milan is a major transportation hub in Italy. There are two airports in Milan:
- Malpensa International Milan Airport is the second largest airport in the country and lies roughly 45 km/28 miles from the city centre. The airport is connected to the Cadorna FN Railway Station as well as the Centrale FS main train station in central Milan.
- Passengers arriving at Linate Airport can travel into central Milan by Express Bus.
- The third airport, Orio al Serio, is mainly handling flights to Milan from budget airlines and passengers arriving here can travel into central Milan via a shuttle bus service running between the airport and the central train station in Milan.
HOW TO GET AROUND MILAN
- Tourists can travel around the city either by metro trains, which have an extensive rail network throughout the city, or by frequent bus services.
- Car rental in Milan is also readily available.
we are stay at milan city near duomo on 2nd Nov, wanna to reach central station early morning before 6am to catch a train to tirano. please advise any public transportation can reach on time. thank youAnswer Report Abuse
Trams and buses are your best bet as both of these options start operating around 5 am. Night buses are available but they cover limited areas. I think, booking this private transfer to Milan Central Station will be much more convenient than using public transport.Report Abuse