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Milan and Lombardy are some of the most preferred areas for tourism. Every year millions of tourists, adventurers, fashion and art lovers visit the city of Milan to experience its beauty in every aspect of life. That is the reason why Milan has three airports and lots of visitors. 

There are three airports in the city of Milan which serve to both domestic and international flights. Hundreds of thousands of people use these airports every year to see this fascinating city. For further information about the flight traffic, departure dates and details you can check Milan flight ticket page.

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Transportation from Milan Airports to the City Center

You can get to Milan by plane. Even though it is a relatively small city, there are three airports in Milan. Milan Linate has the shortest distance to the city center which is only 8 kilometers. A relatively small airport, it is natural to find short-haul flights from Italy to Europe. 

Though it is the closest to the city center, the flights are more expensive in Milan Linate. You can check the Milan flight ticket page for more information.

Milan Malpensa is the largest airport in Milan and it is 50 kilometers away from the center of the city. There are three options to arrive at the city center from Malpensa Airport. Buses or trains departing from Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Taxis, on the other hand, are quite expensive and they cost a fortune. You might consider taking the buses or trains.

The third airport of Milan is not located in Milan but in a town called Bergamo which is considered to be a Milan county. And the distance between the airport and Milan is 50 kilometers. But the tickets are relatively cheaper if you are trying to be careful about your budget. There are three private companies which provide buses to the center and back such as Autostradale, Orio Shuttle and Terravision.   


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