Getting to Milan
As a major population centre, and as the industrial heartland of Italy, Milan has excellent connections for international travel.
Milan is a major hub in Italy’s high speed rail network. It is also connected, through regular services to Europe’s high speed rail network. International trains come from France, Switzerland and Austria.
Three airports serve the greater Milan area. At 45km from the city centre, Orio al Serio mainly hosts budget airlines. Malpensa Airport, at 40km is the main hub for (long-distance) international airlines and Linate Airport, at 8km serves domestic and short-haul flights. All airports have bus connections to Milan, and Malpensa has its own train station.
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