Airport in Milan

Malpensa Airport

About 50km northwest of Milan city; northern Italy's main international airport
Airport in Milan

Linate Airport

Located 7km east of Milan city centre; domestic and European flights only.
Ferry in Lake Como

Navigazione Lago di Como

Operates year-round lake-wide ferries and hydrofoils, which in Como depart from the jetties beside Piazza Cavour. Single fares range between €2.50 (to Cernobbio) and €12.60 (to Lecco). Return fares cost double. The …
Bus in Milan


Runs the metro, buses and trams. The metro is the most convenient way to get around and consists of four underground lines (red M1, green M2, yellow M3 and lilac M5) and a suburban rail network, the blue Passante Fe…
Train in Milan

Malpensa Express

From 6.53am to 9.53pm trains run every 30 minutes between Malpensa airport Terminal 1, Cadorna Stazione Nord (35 minutes) and Stazione Centrale (45 minutes). Passengers for Terminal 2 need to take the free shuttle b…
Bus in Milan

Orio Shuttle

Every 30 minutes from outside Stazione Centrale (adult/child €5/3.50; one hour) between 3am and midnight.
Bicycle Hire in Milan


Register to use Milan's bike-sharing scheme by using your mobile phone and credit card (no debit cards), and you'll have use of a bike for €0.50 per hour for a maximum of two hours. Exceed the time limit and a €2 pe…
Bus in Milan


Reservations and tickets for international buses to Western and central Europe, Scandinavia and Morocco. Buses depart from the Lampugnano Bus Station.
Bus Station in Milan

Lampugnano Bus Terminal

Milan's main bus station is west of the city centre next to the Lampugnano metro station. The bulk of national services are run by Autostradale.
Bus in Lake Maggiore


The daily Verbania Intra to Milan service links Stresa with Arona (€2.70, 20 minutes), Verbania Pallanza (€2.70, 20 minutes), Verbania Intra (€2.70, 25 minutes) and Milan (€9.20, 1½ hours).SAF also runs the Alibus, …