Milan has 3 airports – Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate and Orio al Serio International Airport (BG). Together they provide extensive and frequent national and international connections.
MILAN MALPENSA AIRPORT is the largest and most important international and intercontinental airport in northern Italy and is located 48 km northwest of Milan. Connections between Milan and Malpensa:
ORIO AL SERIO (BG) AIRPORT is 50 km from the city centre and well connected with Milan.
All the airports offer a wide choice of car rental companies and cars with chauffeur service.
The main railway station is “Milano Centrale“, located in Piazza Duca d’Aosta. The terminal is well-linked to Italian cities like Turin, Bologne, Florence, Rome, Naples and Venice and to the main European cities in France, Switzerland, Germany and Austria.
Another important railway station is “Milano Porta Garibaldi“, located in Piazza Sigmund Freud. In addition to many regional and national trains it also connects Milano to Lyon (Gare Part Dieu and Saint Exupery TGV) and to Paris Gare du Lyon, by TGV
The main motorways linking Milan to the rest of Italy are the following:
A1, the Autostrada del Sole, linking Milan to Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples.
A4 Westbound linking Milan to Turin, the Western Alps and France.
A4 Eastbound, the Autostrada Serenissima linking Milan to Bergamo, Brescia, Verona, Padua and Venice, and further to Trieste and Slovenia.
A7, linking Milan to Genoa, the Ligurian Riviera and the Cinque Terre.
A8, the Autostrada dei Laghi linking Milan to Lake Como, Lake Maggiore, Lugano and the rest of Switzerland.
A9, linking Milan to Varese and Western Ticino in Switzerland.
The main highway operating company is Società Autostrade per l’Italia.