How to get to Milano

Milano is the centre of Italy North transport network and the most connected Italian city with the rest of the world. Served by 3 international airports - Malpensa (MXP) with nearly 20 million passengers, Linate (LIN) and Bergamo Orio al Serio (BGY) - and a high-speed rail network linking the city to major Italian and European centres, you will find it out that getting to Rome, Zurich or Venice takes less than 3 hours and only 4hrs to Paris.

Car-wise Milano and its metropolitan area are at the junction of three major EU transport corridors – the Mediterranean, the Rhone-Alpine and the Scandinavian Mediterranean – with a road network linking the region’s main cities with its smaller towns (over 700km of highways and 58,000km of municipal roads). Milano is also connected by highways to France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Slovenia and to the ports of Genoa and Venice-Mestre.

For those who prefer to travel by air, Milano is serviced by three airports, Linate, Malpensa and Bergamo (Orio al Serio) that support domestic and international flights.

For those who prefer to travel with their “feet planted firmly on the ground”, there are numerous railway stations: Stazione Centrale, Cadorna, Porta Garibaldi, Stazione Rogoredo and Stazione Porta Genova near the Navigli area.

The city acts as a primary centre for reaching various destinations by car.

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