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Getting to Milan

Milan is the Italian city with the best national and international connections, thanks to its airport, railway and road network.


By Plane
Milan has two airports: Malpensa (MXP) is the main airport and also has intercontinental flights, while the Linate (LIN) airport serves domestic flights and some European links. The Malpensa airport is connected to Milan by the Malpensa Express train and by the coach bus Malpensa Shuttle. From Linate there is a bus service that goes through the center to Central Station. Linate and Malpensa are connected to each other by a shuttle service provided by Air Pullman.

At 45 km from Milan you will find Orio al Serio (BGY) international airport. From this airport there are 30 daily coach service that run to Milan Central Station.


How to join Milan from the main airports:

From Malpensa

Malpensa Express (fast train): click here for timetables and details 
Malpensa Shuttle (bus): click here for timetables and details 

We don’t advise the use of taxis as they are very expensive.


From Linate
Linate: Bus n. 73 - starts from the Airport and from Milan Central Railway Station.

The cost of a taxi is around 30 Euros from Airport to center.


By Train
The main stations are Milano Centrale and Porta Garibabldi, which are found very near to the center of the city. From here trains leave for all parts of Italy and so do international connections to France, Switzerland, and Germany. The Malpensa Express leaves the station of Milano Cadorna, which is right in the city center.


By Car
Milan's ring road is the end point of highway A4 coming from Turin, of the A4 from Venice and Verona; of A1 connecting Milan and Bologna, Florence and Rome; the A7 coming from Genova; and the A8/A9 that go to Switzerland and to Lakes Como and Maggiore. 


Check the distance from your drop-off point and your hotel using Milan Public Transportation company website. Please insert the address of your hotel and drop-off point.


If you are travelling from your point of entry in Milan directly to the Bocconi University, please download this transport information sheet here



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