Getting to Milan
The city can be reached by airplane, train, bus, and automobile.
Milan has three main airports: Milan-Linate, just a few km from the city centre; Milan-Malpensa, in Varese province; and Orio al Serio, in Bergamo province.
A total of 36 million passengers transit through the three airports every year. Linate is linked to the city centre by the 73 urban bus line, with its terminus in San Babila. Malpensa is linked to the city by the Malpensa Express train run by Trenord and by private buses, both of which take about 45 minutes to get to the Milan Central Train Station.
Orio al Serio airport is also linked to the city by private buses, which take just over 40 minutes.
The main train stations are Centrale, which is served by high-speed train; and Garibaldi and Cadorna, both hubs for regional and local trains. Milan can be reached by automobile or bus via the A1 Turin-Trieste, A4 Turin-Milan, A8 Milan - Varese and A7 Milan-Genoa motorways, or via the A50, A51 and A52 ring roads.