Milan Malpensa and Milan Linate airports are easily accessible by road and rail, having excellent links via buses, car rental and car sharing, trains and coaches to the city of Milan and destinations beyond.
Located 49 km or 30 miles northwest of the city centre, Milan Malpensa Airport serves the province of Varese and the Lombardy and Piedmont regions of northern Italy, the latter being a very famous wine-growing region in Europe. Milan Malpensa Airport is also the gateway for the Swiss Canton of Ticino, well-known for its outstanding natural beauty and very popular with A-list celebrities.
Milan Linate Airport is closer to Milan's city centre and well connected to other parts of the country through the A1, A4 and A7 motorways.
Travelling to/from Linate Airport by Taxi
Taxi ranks are directly outside the Arrivals area at the terminal. Taxi companies in Milan, as in other parts of Italy, are part of strictly controlled and licenced unions. So not all taxi operators will travel the Linate to/from central Milan route, but here are a couple that do:
It takes 20 to 30 minutes to transfer between Milan Linate Airport and central Milan locations, depending on the time of day your travel and traffic conditions. The trip costs 40.00 euros for 1 to 4 people sharing a taxi. Each person is allowed one item of luggage plus hand-luggage. If you can share a minivan or minibus with others, the trip costs just 47.00 euros for all passengers.