Milan – A fashionable Italian getaway

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Name: Milan Malpensa Airport

Code: MXP

Terminals: 2

Types: Ride-Hailing, Train, Taxi, Bus

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icon Three bus companies operate at the airport. The Malpensa Bus Express (Autostradale) is the most convenient option. A journey to the city center takes about an hour.

icon The Malpensa Express airport service connects Malpensa Airport to the center of the city. Trains operate 7 days a week.

icon Several Taxi companies are available at the airport and easily reachable by phone or through the MiT app.

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Types: Ride-Hailing, Taxi, Bus, Tram, Train

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icon Run by Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM), the city has a comprehensive bus service that comprises of more than 80 lines. Buses start running from 5:30 till 00:30 with a few night buses operating on special lines.

icon Milan's metro system is the most convenient way of getting around the city. The trains run from 5:30 am to 12:30 am

icon Taxicabs are quite many in Milan, and rates are fairly reasonable. You can reach the taxis by phone or by using the Taxi app.

icon Also run by ATM, the Tram service in the city covers 17 lines.

Language:   Italian

Milan is one of the top tourist destinations in Italy. It may not have Rome’s ancient sites or the beaches of the Amalfi Coast, but Milan offers visitors its own exceptional attractions. The Duomo di Milano is one of the city’s most visited sites, but Milan has more than just the cathedral to offer. Its location in northern Italy provides travelers with easy routes to Lake Como, the Alps or the Italian Riviera.

Car enthusiasts will find plenty of great attractions to calm their need for speed. Milan’s proximity to Monza gives car addicts the chance to drive at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza which has been home to the Italian Grand Prix for some time.

Top Tourist Attractions

Duomo di Milano

The Duomo di Milano, or simply called Duomo, towers above the city center. The Duomo has a pull that draws people into the heart of the city. Visitors are often seen hanging out in the piazza at the base of the Duomo or enjoying the seemingly endless designer stores around it.

The Duomo is one of the world’s largest cathedrals. With a size of about 109,641 square feet, it can host about 40,000 people. The cathedral has been called an example of flamboyant Gothic architecture. One look at its exterior and it is easy to see why. Strolling through the cavernous Duomo yields views of breathtaking stained-glass windows and ornate artwork.

History buffs will love the Basilica di Santa Tecla, which can be found in the Duomo’s foundation. It dates back to the fourth century.

Ferrari Store

Milan may not be the home of Ferrari, but the city does have a store dedicated to the carmaker. Located very close to the Duomo, the store is an immersive Ferrari experience. Naturally; visitors will find the latest Ferrari merchandise here to fulfill the desires of their inner Tifosi. In addition, authentic Ferrari racecars are on display. Customers can climb into the available Formula One simulators and experience what a Formula One car’s cockpit feels like and enjoy a simulated drive on five different racing circuits including Monza, Imola, and the notorious Nürburgring. It is a great picture opportunity and will likely fill friends with envy when they view the photographs on Instagram.

Bernina Express Train Tour

The Bernina Express Train Tour takes visitors into the Alps and away from the busy city of Milan in just a few hours. The train is the perfect way for travelers to see a different side of Italy.

It travels through the countryside and exposes passengers to mountains, glaciers, valleys, and forests. The journey ends in the gorgeous winter resort town of St. Moritz. This destination is a perfect Alpine spot to spend a day or two before heading back to Milan.


Puresport Driving Experience

Monza is located 45 minutes from Milan. Its most exciting attraction is the Autodromo Nazionale Monza where Puresport offers visitors an opportunity to drive open-wheel race cars or supercars on the full configuration of the circuit. Visitors can take control of the Arrows A18 Formula One car driven by world champion Damon Hill during the 1997 season. Alternatively, Formula Three cars are available as well. The circuit is known to be the fastest track on the Formula One calendar, and visitors can zoom around it as fast as they dare.

Navigli District

The Navigli district is home to the canals of Milan. Visitors can walk around the artistic neighborhood along these canals which were designed by Leonardo da Vinci. A guided tour of the district will help tourists discover the rich history of the district as well as landmarks like the Triumph Bridge and Vicolo Dei Lavandai.

Santa Maria Delle Grazie

The Gothic church known as Santa Maria Delle Grazie may not look like much from the outside. However, it has something special within its walls that attracts tourists. The church is home to Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous work, the Last Supper.

Tickets for viewing the painting often sellout so travelers hoping to get a glimpse of it should consider making their purchase in advance.

Milan may not be the first destination travelers think of when booking a trip to Italy. However, it comes with attractions that make it the perfect holiday hot spot.