The City of Milano is served by three major airports: Malpensa (MXP), Linate (LIN) and Orio al Serio (BGY), with nearly 1,300 weekly flights connecting Milano to the 27 EU capitals. Before the pandemic, there were 613 flights a week from Milano to non-EU destinations.
In 2018, Milano Linate and Milano Malpensa recorded more than 35 million of passengers and SEA (Milan Airport Authority) is among the top 10 airport operators in Europe.
High-speed trains connect Milano to all the major Italian and European cities. Milano Central Station is the city’s main hub for railway travel.
It takes 2 hours get to either Venice or Florence, or the Riviera, and 3 hours to get to Rome.
It takes 6 hours to reach Paris by TGV.
Other close EU destinations include Zurich, Geneva, Lausanne, Nice, Marseille, Munich, Frankfurt, and Vienna.
Other major railway stations are Garibaldi FS and Cadorna FN, the latter for suburban trains.
Milano and its hinterland are at the junction of three essential EU highway corridors, with road networks linking the main cities of Lombardy to the rest of Europe and the Italian Peninsula, e.g. the A1 tollway that descends from Milano to Bologna, Florence, Rome, and Naples.