Milan has three airports - Milano Linate (LIN) - 7 km from the city centre; Milano Malpensa (MXP) - 45 Km from the city centre and Bergamo Orio al Serio (BGY) - 50 Km from the city centre. All three are connected to the city by dedicated buses or trains.
Milan’s main railway station is the Italian State Railways’ (Ferrovie dello Stato) Stazione Centrale, an imposing building located in Piazzale Duca D’Aosta. Trains depart from this station for all destinations.
Two underground lines linking the city centre with the suburbs stop at the station. The Green Line (linea verde) number 2 and the Yellow Line (linea gialla) number 3.
Information about train times is available from: www.trenitalia.com Phone number: 89 20 21.
The most important of the LeNord railway stations is Cadorna, located in the centre of the city. The lines serve locations to the north of the city and are used in the main by commuters who travel to Milan every day for work or study. The rail service for Malpensa Airport (Malpensa Express) operates from Cadorna station and from the Central Railway Station. Both stations are linked with the city centre and the suburbs by some underground lines.
Information about train times is available from: www.lenord.it Phone number: 800 500005 (from Italy only).
It is worth mentioning that Milan is also Italy's most important motorway intersection. The motorways to the city are connected by the East Orbital Road (Tangenziale Est) and West Orbital Road (Tangenziale Ovest).
Take the A1 Motorway (Autostrada del Sole) to Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples and Reggio Calabria.
Take A4 motorway to either Turin or Venice.
Take the A7 motorway to the Ligurian coast, Genoa and other junctions.
Take the A8-A9 motorways for the lakes of Lombardy as well as Malpensa airport (Busto Arsizio turn-off).
Further information is available from: www.autostrade.it
Thanks to its excellent road network, the provincial capital is also within easy reach of other Italian, European and non-European cities via an extensive network of coach connections.
Information about Lombardy’s local public transport system is available from www.trasporti.regione.lombardia.it