Milan has three international airports. Linate, the oldest and the only airport lying within city limits, is mainly used for national and short-haul international flights. Easy Jet, Air Berlin, British Airways, Air France, Swiss Airlines, etc. are serviceable here. The airport of Orio al Serio serves the low-cost traffic of Milan. Milano Bresso Airport is a general aviation airport. Malpensa International Airport, the second busiest airport in Italy is served by Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air India, Cathay Pacific Airways, Air Europa, British Airways, Jet Airways and many more and is connected to various cities across the world, such as Dublin, Moscow, Toronto, Madrid, London, Delhi, Beijing, etc.
Nearest Airport: Malpensa International Airport is located 49 kilometres northwest of central Milan.
Safety Suggestion: Milan can get foggy and hence it is advisable to check your flight itinerary to keep abreast of flight schedules.
National and international intercity bus service connect Milan with all Italian cities and main European destinations. Most of the buses are provided by Eurolines, besides Megabus, Flixbus and iDBus. Milan has a large coach or bus station, adjacent to the Lampugnano subway stop. There are many distance domestic and international coach lines. City main bus station is the Lampugnano bus terminal. Being the industrial hub of Italy, Milan is well connected to the rest of Italy by road i.e. mainly toll highways.
Journey Suggestion: There are no concerns affecting intercity travel to Milan, as the roads are very well-maintained. Journey to Milan by bus is quite pleasant.
Regular express and fast trains connect to all Italian cities such as Turin, Venice, Rome, Naples, Florence, etc. and some European cities like Barcelona, Munich, Zurich, Paris, Geneva, Stuttgart, Vienna, et al. Most trains arrive at and depart from the Stazione Centrale (central station), which is a monument in itself. Two underground lines, several tram and bus lines, connect the station to many main points of interest in Milan. Milan is one of southern Europe's main transport hubs and one of Italy's main railway centres. Its five major railway stations, such as the Milan Central station, are among Italy's busiest. You can also reach Milan via ferry services from various countries such as Greece and Croatia.
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