How to get to Milan
Milan Linate Airport (LIN) is one of the three airports that connects Milan with the world and the second largest.
Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) is Milan’s largest international airport.
Bergamo Airport (BGY) is where most low-cost airlines fly to in Milan.
Many European Capitals are connected to Milan via train lines. If you want to find out more about routes and prices, check out the following website.
Getting around Milan by public transport
Milan is the city where everything you are looking for is within walking distance of a public transport stop. Below you will find some tips for travelling on our lines.
Despite having only five lines, the Metro of Milan is the longest network in Italy with 63 miles of lines. You can also reach the Linate Airport with the line 4.
Bus and Tram
Milan has 18 tram lines and over 80 local bus lines and a few trolley bus lines that run past midnight every day.
From the Central Station you can easily reach Milan Malpensa Airport through Malpensa Express line
Despite Milan being relatively small, you never know when you might need to take a taxi.
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You can also pay for transport contactless
In Milan you can pay for metros, buses, trams and trolleybuses with a contactless credit or debit card:
- no commissions, you only pay the cheapest fare
- avoid queues to get your ticket
- contactless payment only applies on ATM lines
The system automatically calculates the fare for the journey. And from the fourth trip, it applies the daily fare. For any other information on public transportation please visit the official ATM website.