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E.g. Ford Mondeo, Opel Insignia or similar

Malpensa Airport (MXP)  >>  Milan  From 79 €

Linate Airport (LIN)  >>  Milan  From 44 €

Orio al Serio Airport (BGY)  >>  Milan  From 79 €

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Executive

Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Malpensa Airport (MXP)  >>  Milan  From 99 €

Linate Airport (LIN)  >>  Milan  From 55 €

Orio al Serio Airport (BGY)  >>  Milan  From 95 €

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Premium Minivan

Mercedes-Benz V-Class

Malpensa Airport (MXP)  >>  Milan  From 129 €

Linate Airport (LIN)  >>  Milan  From 74 €

Orio al Serio Airport (BGY)  >>  Milan  From 119 €

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First Class

Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Malpensa Airport (MXP)  >>  Milan  From 189 €

Linate Airport (LIN)  >>  Milan  From 105 €

Orio al Serio Airport (BGY)  >>  Milan  From 175 €

Travel information about Milan

Everything you need to know for a smooth experience

Milan is the main financial and industrial city of Italy, but is also a city rich with heritage, making it a preferred destination for business travellers and tourists alike. With 3 airports nearby and the Stazione Centrale as a hub for national as well as international trains, this northern italian metropolis is the ideal location where to start your Italian experience.

ClassGo is the stress-free choice for all kind of transports to/from Milan and its airports. Our large range of vehicles, from economy & minivans to first class, is the answer to all transport needs. Whether you need to attend one of Milan’s many Trade Shows, a business meeting or just want to enjoy some days exploring this lively city we have made booking a chauffeur in Milan an easy and enjoyable experience.Try it yourself!

Travel & Accommodation

Airports

Stations

Hotels

Emergency Services

Hospitals

Police

Firebrigade

Things to do

Heritage

Shopping

Events

Travel & Accommodation

Airports

Milan is the best served Italian city in terms of airports, with 3 international hubs within 35 miles.

 

Malpensa airport

Malpensa is the main airport, where you are likely to land if travelling Intercontinental.

There are several options for airport transfers from Malpensa airport, depending on your budget and needs:

  • By taxi or chauffeur
  • By train
  • By bus
  • Rent a car
Airport transfers by taxi or chauffeur

White taxis can be found at the taxi stand, outside the arrivals terminal. If you decide to take one of these taxis, make sure  it has a windscreen sticker displaying: “Taxi autorizzato per il servizio aeroportuale lombardo”.

These taxis will charge you on a meter adjusted for the route and you should make sure to check the fare displayed on the meter at arrival, as that is the total amount you should be asked to pay.  One thing to consider is that airport taxi’s are only permitted to take a maximum of 4 people.

Expect to pay a fare around 90-100 euro to travel between airport and city center and be aware that most drivers will ask for cash payments (often with the excuse of a faulty card machine).

If you want to avoid any kind of hassle, then choose Classgo, the best chauffeur & private driver service. With ClassGo you can easily book online [https://classgo.com/book-now/] with state of the art technology and pay securely, using your credit card.

Your driver will be waiting for you at the airport arrivals, with a sign with your name on it.

For a transfer to / from  Milan center the average price is 90euro, and you will be picked up an Audi a4 or similar and be able to enjoy free in-car wifi and other comforts.

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Trains to / from Malpensa

A cheaper option is travelling via Malpensa Express, that links the airport with the city centre.

There are several trains every day, with one way tickets costing around 13euro. Consider that once you arrive at Stazione Centrale you will need to continue your journey via taxi or public transport.

If your accommodation is not central and/or you arrive at peak traffic times, this might result in a rather long and winded journey.

Malpensa to Milano Centrale Last/First train time: 01:51 / 05:37
Milano Centrale to Malpensa Last/First train time: 23:52 / 05:25
Bus to / from Malpensa

There are several coach options that connect Malpensa to Milan Central Station, Fiera Milano City/Fiera Rho Pero and Linate airport. See the airport information for a comprehensive list http://www.milanomalpensa-airport.com/en/directions-and-parking/by-coach

Rent a car

A range of car rental services are available at the airport. If you decide to drive yourself, remember that to hire a car in Italy, you must be at least 18 and have held your license for 1 year and drivers under 25 may incur a “young driver surcharge”. As per many other countries an International Driver License is recommended. Other things to consider are that most Italian highways require you to pay a toll and some areas of Milan City center are subject to the so-called ZTL (Restricted traffic zone).

Parking in the city (as per the majority of Italian cities) can also be quite a hectic experience. Overall renting a car might be a good option if travelling to other parts of Italy, whilst staying away from city centers.

Airport Info & Contacts

Code: MPX
Location: Ferno VA, Italy
Distance to Milan city centre: 32 miles/50km
T: (+39) 02 232323
W: http://www.milanomalpensa-airport.com

Linate airport

Milan Linate Airport is the secondary international airport of Milan, mainly used as a base by Alitalia and Alitalia CityLiner. The airport is located in Segrate, about 6 miles/9km from the city center.

Airport transfers by taxi or chauffeur

The same rules as Malpensa {LINK} apply to white taxis. The docks are at ARRIVALS, Ground floor, exit gate 5. Expect to pay around 40 euro to reach the city center and 85 for a transfer between Malpensa & Linate.

For a hassle-free transfer, ClassGo chauffeur and private driver can be hired in advance, and we will monitor your arrival time to ensure a smooth pick up and no waiting time. Fares are around 40 euros for transfers to/from the city, while Malpensa / Linate transfers are

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Public transport  to / from Linate

Public buses can be used to travel to / from Linate and Milano. More information and a journey planner are available at https://www.atm.it/. Whilst representing a very cheap option, the journey will take approximately 1 hour, plus any additional delays common in italian public transport. It can also be complicated if travelling with heavy luggage or children as well as at night time.

Airport Info & Contacts

Code: LIN
Location: Segrate MI, Italy
Distance to Milan city centre: 6 miles/9km
T: (+39) 02 232323
W: http://www.milanolinate-airport.com/en

Orio Al Serio - Il Caravaggio (Bergamo) airport

Orio al Serio airport is the smallest of the ones serving Milan and it is mainly used by low-cost companies such as Ryanair. Located in the Province of Bergamo, around 35miles/ 50km to Milan. http://www.orioaeroporto.it/en/train/

Airport transfers by taxi or chauffeur

Compared to Milan’s 2 main airports, Orio al Serio does not offer a wide range of White Taxis services that pick up at the airport, which may incur in extended waiting time. The taxi rank can be found at arrivals or BOOK NOW a ClassGo driver that will  take you to and from the airport.

Trains to / from Orio al Serio airport

Trains don’t arrive directly to the airport, and you will need to arrive to Bergamo train station and continue your journey using the ATB bus service, which will take approximately 10-15 minutes to reach the airport.

Bus to / from Orio Al Serio – Il Caravaggio

Different bus options are available, that will take you from the airport to Milano Stazione Centrale. For a list of the operators consult the airport’s website.

Airport Info & Contacts

Code: BGY
Location: Orio al Serio BG, Italy
Distance to city centre: 6km to Bergamo / 50km to Milan
T: +39 035 326323
W: http://www.orioaeroporto.it/en/

Stations

Milan main stations are the Stazione Centrale and Milano Cadorna. For information on all minor public transport station visit https://www.atm.it/

MIlano Stazione Centrale

Milano Centrale

Milano Centrale is the main railway station, with services connecting to all major Italian cities as well as international services to European destinations.

The station is located at the northern end of the city center and can be reached by both public and private transport. If travelling late at night is good to remember that access to the platforms is closed between 1am – 4am, whilst shops and facilities inside the station close normally at 10pm.

Info & Contacts

Address: Piazza Duca d’Aosta, 1, 20124 Milano MI, Italy
Opening times: Mon-Sun 4am-1am.
W: http://www.milanocentrale.it/en/contact/about-us/

MIlano Cadorna

Milano Cadorna

Milano Cadorna is located in front of PIazzale Cadorna, near the Castello Sforzesco. The proximity to Piazzale Cadorna underground station ( lines M1 and M2) and other public transport links make it mainly a commuter station, although the Malpensa Express service also stops here.

Info & Contacts

Address: Piazzale Luigi Cadorna, 20123 Milano MI, Italy

Station opening times: Mon-Sun 5am-12am.

Customer care: Mon-Sun and Bank Holidays 7am-9pm

W: http://www.trenord.it/en/

Emergency Services
Hospitals

Fatebenefratelli Hospital
Address: Fatebenefratelli and Ophthalmic Hospital, Corso di Porta Nuova, 23, 20121 Milano, Italy
T: +39 02 63631

San Raffaele Hospital
Address: IRCCS Ospedale San Raffaele, Via Olgettina Milano, 60, 20132 Milano, Italy
T: +39 02 26431

Police (Carabineri)
112
General Emergency (Soccorso pubblico di emergenza)
113
Fire brigade (Vigili del fuoco)
115

Things to do

Milan is a lively city, equally renowned for its Duomo as well as its nightlife, fashion and shopping experiences.

Fashion & Shopping

Milan is undoubtedly one of the Fashion Capitals of the World, and it draws in artists, designers, stylists and models from all over the World, especially during “Settimana della Moda” (Fashion Week). But it is also known to be the world capital of interior design, with the “Salone del Mobile” attracting more than 350 K visitors.

For the shopping fanatics, The Quadrilatero della Moda (Fashion Square) of Via Monte Napoleone offers an incredible shopping experience. If instead you are looking for something less upmarket, the main shopping outlets,  Vicolungo Outlet, the Serravalle Outlet and the Franciacorta Outlet Village,  are just one hour away.

Classgo offers hourly services that are perfect for exploring the city or for a shopping escape.

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Nature & Heritage

Milan is renowned for its World famous Duomo, the city’s Gothic cathedral, which is definitely worth a visit. Conveniently situated in the city center, you’ll be able to see it even if you are ib town just for the equally famous shopping. but the city also boasts an impressive art collection, with some of the most impressive pieces visible in the Brera Art Gallery (Pinacoteca di Brera). Other interesting places to visit are the Sforza Castle, La Scala theatre – an opera house and temple of the music – and the Last Supper, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci.

Milan is only one hour away from some of the most beautiful italian lakes, such as Lake Como, appreciated by celebrities such as George Clooney, and Lake Maggiore, whilst Lake Garda can be reached in about 2 hours.

The cities of Bergamo and Geneva are also popular destinations with tourists, and same-day transfers can be easily booked online.

Nightlife & Other Events

Milan’s is a buzzing city by night as much as by day. Nightlife can be traced in the areas around Porta Ticinese and along the two canals Navigli, in the area around Corso Como and close to the Arco della Pace (Arc of Peace).

The San Siro “Giuseppe Meazza” sports stadium, regarded by the admirers as “La Scala del Calcio”, is home to the city’s World famous clubs, A.C. Milan and Internazionale F.C.

In the nearby town of Monza, in the Autodromo Nazionale, takes place the F1 grand-prix.

 

 

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