Milan Airports

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Milan Airports

Being a popular destination, Milan attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year from around the world. They flock to the city for a number of reasons. It could be: they’re some of the world’s fashion elite coming to participate in the Milan Fashion Show or it could be they’re motor racing enthusiasts or it could simply be they’re visiting Milan because Milan has it all. Milan attracts an array of internationals from every corner of the globe, and it’s also a popular destination for Italians from other cities.

Malpensa Airport is located approximately 50km to the northwest of Milan. It’s the largest international airport in the North of Italy, so it’s a place that’s always buzzing. All major international airlines fly into Milan, so it’s possible to fly there direct from a number of places, especially from within Europe. You can easily reach the city centre by train to start your Milan adventures and explore all the nice things to do in Milan.

Milan’s second airport, Linante Airport, is for convenient short-haul travel and domestic flights. It’s well connected and you can easily get into the city center via train, bus or private cars.

Top things to do once you get to Milan

Half Day Biking Tour in South Milan Agricultural Park

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Discover the Taste of North Italy

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Milan's Shopping Tour: Boutiques & Local Designers

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€50.00 p.p.

Getting to the Airport in Milan

  • Like the rest of the international airports in Italy, getting to Milan’s international airport is super easy, and there are a number of options to choose from.To get to terminal 1 you can simply take the Malpensa Express train from a number of stations in Milan such as Milano Centrale, Cadorna and Milano Porta Garibaldi. Once you arrive at terminal 1 at Milan Malpensa Airport, there’s a free shuttle bus that runs 24-hours a day every 7 minutes to ensure you get to your flight on time. The cheapest option if you’re traveling with a family is to buy a family ticket for €25.
  • Coach tickets are the cheaper option and prices begin at €5 depending on which coach company you travel with. All tickets can be bought on board.
  • If you don’t wish to take public transport to the airports, there’s always the option of taking a taxi and there are a number of taxi companies in Milan to choose from. You’ll find the taxi docks at the arrival area of both airports. The rate to Milan from the airport should be a fixed price of €90. If you need to taxi between the two airports, there’s a fixed rate of €100.

This is what guests are saying about our hosts

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Caroline Francesco
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Milan's Mysteries: Sights, Legends & Ghosts

He met us on time and greeted us enthusiastically. Francesco packed the 2 hour tour with lots of facts and interesting stories. He also gave recommendations on where to eat and the best places to drink. If you want a really good tour guide, pick Francesco!

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Kati Francesca
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Authentic Italian Cooking Class

Francesca is really warm and welcoming. :) All the preparations went really smooth as she was super proactive offering menu options and asking what I'd like to have and cook.
We had an early (by Italian standards) dinner cooking class where with the help and assistance of Francesca I prepared ravioli, saltimbocca and tiramisu. The preparation process was fun and interesting and the dinner came out amazing.
In addition, Francesca is a great conversationalist, especially when it comes to travelling and diving. :)
Thank you for the lovely evening!

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Daile Caterina
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Milan's Shopping Tour: Boutiques & Local Designers

How do you encapsulate Milan fashion in such a short time? You ask a local like Caterina to show you her personalised view of this beautiful city and all that it offers to fashion!
This was an experience I will remember for many years to come – to walk the streets with a local, to share some ’girl-time’, to laugh, chat and try-on all levels of Milano fashion! Caterina is such a beautiful soul who instantly invited me to share her world and enjoy seeing her perspective of the colours and creativity of Milan designers, boutiques and brands (from high-end to vintage and nouveau). If you have an interest in fashion (and why else would you visit Milan??) and can squeeze in a few hours of retail therapy between the many ‘tourist-trail cathedrals’ – this personalised tour is a must!

Guided Airport Transfer in Milan

  • If you’ve traveled a long way, one of the last things you might want to do is to try and navigate the Milan public transport system. If you want more comfort after your flight, you can book your own private airport pickup in Milan with Withlocals. It’s easy and reliable and you’ll feel instantly welcomed as you walk through the arrivals in Milan international airport to see a friendly local waiting for you bearing a sign with your name on it.
  • You can guarantee your new local friend will be on time to pick you up from the airport in Milan and drop you off at your hotel or apartment safely in Milan central. You’ll also get a little more information, and they’ll happily tell you about their city as you drive to your destination – it’s a great way to have an introduction to Milan and get to know the city better!