From Malpensa Airport to the center of Milan, buses, commuter trains and taxis go. The train and bus options are almost equivalent. But a taxi will cost you much more.
Milan Malpensa Airport
Milan-Malpensa Airport (Aeroporto di Milano-Malpensa) - the largest airport in Milan; second largest traffic in Italy. It is he who receives planes from Russia. From the airport to the center of Milan 45 km. It consists of two terminals: T1 and T2, between which there are shuttle buses.
Regional Express Malpensa Express
The airport and Milan are connected by rail, which can be reached from Terminal 1. You need the Malpensa Express local train. It will take you to the main train station (Milano Centrale) or to Cadorna station (Milano Cadorna), where you can go to the Cadorna metro station.
Electric trains run every half hour, in both directions. You can see the schedule and buy tickets on the official website of the carrier. Tickets are also sold at railway ticket offices or special machines. Before traveling, they need to be composted.
One way ticket costs € 12. Travel time will be a little more than 40 minutes.
Shuttle bus Malpensa Shuttle
Malpensa Shuttle shuttle buses stop at Exit 4 of the T1 terminal at Malpensa Airport. You can also sit on them near the T2 terminal. Tickets are sold by the driver and on the carrier’s website. From 5:30 in the morning and all day buses run at intervals of 20 minutes; from 22:00 to 23:30 they run every 30 minutes; during the night are sent 4 times.
One way ticket costs € 10. Travel time is 50 minutes.
When you go back from the main train station (Milano Centrale) to the airport, be careful: there are buses to the three Milan airports from the station parking at Piazza Luigi di Savoia.
A taxi will take you to the center of Milan in about 40 minutes. You can book a car in advance Milan "> here, or take a car on the spot. When boarding a taxi from the curb, check the availability of the meter.
For the trip you will have to pay at least 70 euros.
Communication between Milan airports
There are bus services between the three airports in Milan, so you can easily get from one airport to another.
To Bergamo Airport
From Malpensa Airport to Bergamo Airport, shuttle buses Orio Shuttle operate on weekdays 7 times a day, and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays 3 times. Stop at the exit number 5 of the T1 terminal, just as the bus drives up to the T2 terminal.
Ticket price - € 18 (for electronic tickets there is a special offer - € 16). The ticket can be bought from the driver or booked online on Milan "> website. Travel time is from 1.5 to 2 hours.
To Linate Airport
From Malpensa Airport to Linate Airport, shuttle buses Malpensa Shuttle go. Stop at the exit number 3 of the T1 terminal, the bus drives up to the T2 terminal.
Ticket price - € 13. A ticket can be bought from the driver or booked online on the official website. Travel time is about 1.5 hours.
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