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Transport Essentials

Milan Begamo Orio Al Serio Airport is 5 km from the historic city of Bergamo. It is 46 km from Milan which can be reached by road along the A4 Milan-Venice Motorway or rail from Bergamo train station. The ZANI shuttle bus runs between the train station and the airport for less than 3 euros.

Milan Malpensa Airport is 45 km north west of Milan. The Malpensa Shuttle Bus runs to Linate Airport and Milan Central Station. Trains run from Terminal One to Milano Cadorna Station every 30 minutes during the week.

Milan Linate International Airport is located 7 km east of Milan. To get to the centre you can take a taxi or one of the regular bus services to the city centre. To connect to the metro there is an airport bus to San Babila underground station. There is also a train to Milan Central  Station.

Train Stations

Stazione Centrale (Central Station) is Milan’s main railway station located in the north east of the city centre. You can reach most of Italy’s major cities from here on the Eurostar trains. Tourist Information is artfully concealed within a shopping arcade by the platforms (it is marked “APT”). The automatic ticket machines are located on the floor below the entrance to the Metro is outside.

Other train stations in the city include Rogoreto in the south east, Sesto 1 Maggio FS in the north, Cadorna, Lambrate, Porta Genova FS, Porta Garibaldi and Bovisa. Most of Milan’s train stations connect with the metro.


The volume of traffic, dearth of parking spaces and menace of ZTL (Traffic Limited Zones) do not make for happy motoring in Milan but if that’s the way you want to roll it’s a good idea to get a map with parking spaces and ZTL marked on it from the city council (“commune”).

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