Taxi from Milan Airport to City

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Affordable private taxi service from Airport in Milan to city centre and train station

Taxi from Milan Airport to hotel in city centre

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Reliable Pick-up Service from Airport to Milan city centre. 1 hour Free waiting and Meet & Greet included in price.

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Milan is the capital of Lombardy, the industrial region of northern Italy, and the second most populated city in Italy. This is an ancient city, with many ancient architectural monuments and museums. Containing priceless works of art made by the greatest artists and sculptors of the Renaissance. Since this city, the second largest in Italy, is a popular destination for both tourists and businessmen, it is served by three air harbors at once - these are Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo. All of them are located at a distance from the city (from 8 to 55 km).
The best hotels are traditionally located in the center, so a taxi from the airport to a hotel in the city center will be the most convenient transfer option. There is something to see there - a monumental cathedral (Duomo), ancient churches, many of which were built more than one and a half millennia ago, the medieval castle of Sforzesco ... One of the oldest opera houses in Europe - La Scala is also located here. Also in the city is the largest exhibition center in Europe, which underlines the importance of the main city of Lombardy as a major business and industrial center. There are many ski resorts in the vicinity of the city, so many ski lovers from different countries come here. Since they often arrive in large groups, it will be advantageous to immediately order a car or minivan with a driver and go directly to the resort, where they will settle in a pre-booked chalet. Livigno, Chiesa Valmalenco, Ponte di Legno and other resorts are popular with athletes throughout the ski season.
Also nearby is Lake Como, famous for its picturesque nature, steep hills with forested slopes. On the coast there are many old historical towns and villages with many historical monuments. These are very prestigious places to live - real estate on the banks of Como is very expensive. At the end of the trip, it is best to order a taxi from Milan to Malpensa airport (the largest and most popular), as well as others - Linate and Bergamo, which are smaller and are used mainly for flights within the European Union.

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Frequently asked questions

How many international airports in Milan?

Milan is served by three international airports: Malpensa Airport (MXP), Linate Airport (LIN), and Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport (BGY). Malpensa Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Milan, located about 45 kilometers northwest of the city center. Linate Airport is situated closer to the city center, making it a convenient choice for travelers heading to Milan. Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, also known as Milan Bergamo Airport, is located in the town of Orio al Serio, approximately 45 kilometers northeast of Milan.

How many terminals in Malpensa Airport?

Malpensa Airport, located in Milan, Italy, consists of two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 is the main terminal and handles the majority of flights, while Terminal 2 is used primarily by low-cost carriers. Each terminal offers a range of services and amenities to cater to the needs of travelers passing through the airport.

How long does it take to get from Milan city Center to Airport?

Getting from Milan city center to Malpensa Airport typically takes around 45 minutes to 1 hour by car, depending on traffic conditions. Alternatively, you can take the Malpensa Express train, which takes approximately 50 minutes.

For Bergamo Airport, the journey from Milan city center usually takes around 1 hour to 1.5 hours by car, again depending on traffic. You can also opt for the Orio Shuttle bus service, which takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes.

It's always advisable to factor in extra time for potential traffic delays or other unforeseen circumstances when planning your journey to ensure you arrive at the airport with ample time before your flight.

How early do you need to be at the airport in Milan?

To ensure a smooth travel experience, it is generally recommended to arrive at the Milan airport at least 2-2.5 hours before your scheduled departure time for international flights. This allows ample time for check-in procedures, security checks, and any unexpected delays that may arise.

For domestic flights, arriving 1.5-2 hours before departure is usually sufficient. However, it's always a good idea to check with your airline for specific recommendations based on your itinerary and any current travel conditions.

By arriving early, you can avoid unnecessary stress and have time to relax before your flight. Safe travels!

How much is a taxi from Malpensa Airport to Milan city centre?

Taxi fares from Malpensa Airport to Milan city center can vary based on factors such as time of day, traffic congestion, and any additional charges for luggage or tolls. On average, the fare for a taxi ride from Malpensa Airport to Milan city center ranges from €90 to €120. However you can book a private transfers at a competitive price on our website.

How to transfer from Malpensa to Bergamo Airport?

You have a few options depending on your preferences and budget:

1. Shuttle Bus: One of the most convenient and cost-effective ways to transfer between the two airports is by taking a shuttle bus. Several companies operate shuttle services between Malpensa and Bergamo airports with regular departures throughout the day. The journey usually takes around 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic.

2. Private Transfer: If you prefer a more personalized, fast and direct transfer, you can opt for a private car ride and book it on this page. This option offers flexibility in terms of pick-up and drop-off times and can be more comfortable, especially if you are traveling with luggage or in a group.

3. Train: While there is no direct train connection between Malpensa and Bergamo airports, you can take a train from Malpensa Airport to Milan Central Station (Milano Centrale) and then transfer to another train to Bergamo. This option may take longer than other modes of transportation but can be a scenic journey through the Italian countryside.

Can I book a transfer with a baby seat?

Yes, we provide child seats free of charge. Simply indicate your wishes when booking. The booking process will take no more than two minutes.