Milan Malpensa Airport Trains (MXP)

Departure passengers can board Malpensa Express at Milan Cadorna train station. Malpensa Express trains link with the airport’s Terminal 1 at 30 minute intervals throughout the day with the final service of the day leaving around 11.20 pm. At the airport a free shuttle service connects passengers with both terminals. Every day of the year there are 22 trains from Milan Malpensa Airport to Milan Cadorna train station and vice versa.

The trains take just 29 minutes to arrive at their city centre destination. A single train ticket costs EUR 11.00, while a return fare costs EUR 14.50. It is also possible to buy group and family tickets that allow 2 adults and 2 children up to 18-years of age to travel on one ticket costing just EUR 25.00.

Passengers for Milan Central train station can board trains from Milan Malpensa Airport that run at 43 minute intervals. There are 7 outward and 7 return journeys every day with intermittent stops at Milano P.ta Garibaldi and Milano Bovisa train stations. Milan Malpensa trains also service train stations at Saronno, Rescaldina, Castellanza, Busto Arisizio and Ferno-Lonate Pozzolo. Ticket prices from Malpensa to Milan Central cost EUR 13.00 for a second class ticket and EUR 16.00 for a first class ticket travelling one-way.

Trains from Linea Bellinzone-Luino-Malpensa Terminal 1 cover stops at Busto Arsizia Nord and Ferno/Lonate Pozzolo. There are 14 trains every day and services from Bellinzona start at 5.54 am in the morning and finish at 7.50 pm every evening.

From Cadorna train station passengers have access to Milan’s subway system, which covers most of the important tourist attractions and sites in the city. Travellers from outside the Lombardy region can get to Milan by Trenitalia trains, which arrive at Gallarate train station, from where buses travel to Milan Malpensa Airport’s Terminals 1 and 2.

Many of the Lombardy region’s most famous tourist sites can be reached by bus or train. The famous Accademia Carrara at Bergamo or the Museum of Santa Giulia in Brescia, the Volta Temple or Villa Olmo in Como, the Palazzo Te in Mantua or the Stradivari Museum, Duomo and Torrazzo in Cremona are all highlights on many tourists’ itinerary.

Art lovers will adore the many galleries and museums that house many of the world’s most important works of art. From Leonardo da Vinci’s works to Michelangelo, from 15th century paintings by Crivelli, Mantegna, Bellini and Perio della Francesca to 16th century treasures by Rafael and Tintoretto and 17th century gems by painters like Rubens, Van Dyck or Caravaggio, Milan and the Lombardy allegedly house more fine art treasures than any other region in the world.

Music lovers will flock to La Scala in Milan to hear the opera and then rush to Cremona to learn more about the famous musical instrument makers Amati, Guarneri and Stradivari. From the 12th century, when the city’s musical history began, the most important violins and other string instruments have been manufactured in Cremona and its expertise in this field spanned across the Middle Ages and continues to this day.

Gourmets will adore the Lombardy for its famous risotto all Milanese, its famous winter dish called Cassoeula, its earthy Gorgonzola and Grana Padano cheeses, not forgetting the Lombardy’s delicious Panettone and Sbrisolona cakes, the latter a crumbly Christmas delicacy that is said to bring good fortune to everyone at the table.

There are some 17 train stations dotted around the greater Milan metropolitan area that allow passengers connections to some of the most important tourist sites in the Lombardy. Train travel in Italy is fast and efficient, not very expensive and allows visitors to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery Northern Italy has to offer train travellers. With such good public transport connections via Milan Malpensa Airport trains and buses, exploring this wonderful region couldn’t be simpler or more convenient.

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