Flights to Milan, Italy
The city of Milan is served by 3 international air facilities, Milan Malpensa Airport, Milan Linate Airport, and Orio Al Serio (Milan Bergamo) International Airport. Milan Malpensa Airport is the city’s main international airport, whilst Milan Linate Airport is used mainly for domestic and short-haul regional flights. Bergamo Airport, on the other hand, handles the city’s low-cost air traffic.
- Milan Malpensa Airport is the second-busiest air transport hub of Italy and is located about 50 kilometres from Milan. A taxi ride from the airport to the city would take around 45 minutes at a fare of about EUR 100 (SGD 152.29).
- Milan Linate Airport is located only about 7 kilometres from the city. A taxi ride to the city should not cost much more than EUR 20 (SGD 30.46) and lasts only about 10 minutes.
- Bergamo Airport is 40-50 kilometres from Milan. A taxi ride to the heart of the city should take about 40 minutes, and cost around EUR 80 (SGD 121.84).
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Best Time to Visit Milan
Like most of Europe’s popular cities, Milan’s peak tourist season takes place in summer when the sun is shining and the temperature is high. However, those who don’t mind slightly chillier weather can take advantage of the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn to get the best of both worlds - good sightseeing weather (albeit with the need for a light jacket), diminished crowds and also lowered hotel room rates. Of course, shopaholics who can tolerate even colder temperatures should most definitely plan their vacation for the winter months as that’s when Milan’s amazing February winter sales take place.
Things to do in Milan
No trip to Milan is complete without a visit to the iconic Duomo, third largest Christian church in the world. The Duomo’s famous pink marble exterior and 135 spires took over 500 years to build, so be sure to take plenty of time to study the intricate carvings as well as the lifelikeness of the 3,000 statues. Then mosey over to the church of Santa Maria della Grazie to continue your European art history lesson with a look at one of the most famous paintings on the planet - Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper.
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Airports near Milan
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