Airport Transfers to Milan

The closest airport is Linate Airport, with a transfer time of around 30 minutes.

Other nearby transport: Malpensa Airport with a transfer time of 40 minutes.  Bergamo’s Orio al Serio Airport, Parma Airport.

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Getting there

Malpensa Airport is the main international airport, 40km from the city centre. It hosts direct flights from British Airways; EasyJet; FlyBe; BMI Regional and Titan.  Pick-up points at arrivals are exit gate 6, Terminal 1 and exit gate 4 at Terminal 2. Linate is small but very close to the city centre (9km) and hosts EasyJet and British Airways flights from London.  Ryanair flies to Bergamo Airport 45km north-east of Milan from London Stansted. Book with Sea-Lifts to ensure, wherever you’re flying through, you arrive safe and sound at your final destination.

 

City (main sights)

Milan is famous for its wealth of historical and modern sights: the Duomo, one of the largest Gothic cathedrals; opera house La Scala; the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, an ancient and glamorous arcaded shopping gallery; the Brera art gallery; the Pirelli tower, a majestic example of 1960s modernist Italian architecture; the San Siro football stadium; the grand medieval Castello Sforzesco; and the Santa Maria alle Grazie Basilica, containing one of the world’s most famous paintings: Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper.

 

Day trips from Milan

Milan is ideally placed for day trips to the rest of Italy and the Swiss Alps, among the many possibilities are: Bergamo; Bologna; Cinque Terre; Florence; Genoa; Lake Como; Lake Garda; Lake Maggiore; Portofino; Rome; Turin; Venice; and Verona. All of these day trips and more can be catered to by Sea-Lifts.

 

Events

Salone Internazionale del Mobile – the world’s largest exhibition of furniture (April); Milano Moda Donna Primavera/Estate – women’s summer fashion week (September) winter fashion week is in February!; Milan Marathon (November); Oh Bej! Oh Bej! Street market held on the fest of Milan’s patron saint, Ambrogio (December) La Scala opening night of the season (December).

 

History 

While not considered as beautiful as some Italian cities, having been partly destroyed by Second World War bomb raids, Milan has rebuilt itself into a thriving cosmopolitan business capital. Milan began as a Celtic settlement in 400BC before being conquered by the Romans and becoming the capital of the Western Roman Empire.  During the Middle Ages it flourished as a trade hub. From the 13th and 14th centuries the powerful Visconti family ruled, followed by the French, Spanish and Austrians until Italian unification in 1871. Although Rome was made capital, Milan swiftly became the real economic and cultural leader. It was here that Benito Mussolini rose to prominence in the early 20th century.

Airport transfer types to suit all budgets

 

Shared

Share the vehicle with other passengers with similar flights & destinations.

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One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.

 

Scheduled

Similar to a shared transfer, except this runs to a set timetable, so you’re required to book a service that works for your flight times.

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Generally not door-to-door but cheaper.

 

Private

Book a driver and vehicle for your sole use.

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No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.

 

Coach

Similar to a private transfer the only difference is that it is using a larger vehicle.

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Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.

 

Exec & Limousine

Enjoy vehicles such as a top-of-the-range Mercedes minivan or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.

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Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.

Truly flawless door-to-door service

  • Relax knowing that someone will be waiting at the airport
  • 24/7 assist while you’re travelling
  • Get to your destination safely and comfortably

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