How to get to Milan

By Plane
Milan is very well connected to the major cities in Europe and worldwide. There are three airports:
Malpensa airport, Milan international airport
Linate airport, mainly national and European flights
Bergamo Orio al Serio airport, main hub for low cost airlines

By Train

Milan is also easy to reach by train thanks to the extensive railway networks of Trenitalia, connecting the city to other major Italian cities as well as European capitals including Paris, Zurich, Geneva, Munich, Stuttgart, Vienna and more.
Milan Train Station: Milan Central Station (Milano Centrale). Tickets can be bought on line.

By Car
Main highways serving Milan:
– A1 (Autostrada del Sole) going south to Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples
– A4 Westbound, to Turin, the Alps and France
– A4 Eastbound, to Verona, Padua, Venice, Trieste and Slovenia
– A7, to Genoa, the Ligurian Riviera and the renowned Cinque Terre
– A8 (Autostrada dei Laghi), to Lake Como, Lake Maggiore, Lugano and Switzerland
– A9, to Switzerland