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Milan, the capital of the Italian region of Lombardy, is a knockout. If you don’t fancy worshipping at the altar of the magnificent Duomo (cathedral), you can always pray to the Gods of football at the equally resplendent San Siro. Alternatively, take your devotion to designer goodies and splash the cash at the likes of Prada, Versace and Armani at the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II or around the Quadrilatero della Moda. If artistic masterpieces bring you to your knees, Milan is bursting with the greats, including Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”.
Milan is also home to some of Italy’s hottest nightlife, so save a bit of energy for after dark.
Flights to Milan take less than two hours from UK airports and average prices are very low on the most popular routes (such as London to Milan flights).
Whichever airport you plan to take off from, booking early is the best way to find the cheapest Milan flights.
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Milan has a range of airports to choose from when picking flights to the city...
Milan Linate (LIN) is the closest to the city centre with non-stop services from Heathrow with British Airways and Alitalia. The Italian carrier also flies from London City, while Gatwick has flights with easyJet and Norwegian.
Milan Malpensa (MXP) is the largest of the airports and lies around 45 minutes from the city centre. It enjoys non-stop flights from Heathrow with BA and Alitalia, as well as easyJet flights from Manchester, Gatwick, Luton, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Flybe operates from Birmingham, Manchester, Southampton, and Cardiff, and you can also get there with Ryanair from Stansted and from Bristol with bmi regional.
The smallest airport is Milan Bergamo, over an hour from the city and a hub for Ryanair. They fly to the city from 18 UK cities including London, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Flights take around one and a half to two hours from the UK.
The three main airports of Milan are well connected to the city, so you needn’t worry about getting around when you touch down...
Milan’s main international airport is Malpensa (MXP), which is 45 minutes by road from the city centre. Frequent Malpensa Express train services whisk passengers between the city and the airport (a journey time of 40-55 minutes). A return ticket costs 18 euros per adult. A taxi fare between the airport and the city is 90 euros. Bus transfers are a few euros cheaper per person, but peak-time traffic could slow your journey.
Passengers arriving into Milan Linate (LIN) are only 25 minutes by road from downtown Milan. The airport doesn’t have a railway station, so transfer options include bus (a couples of euros each), taxi (40 euros) or car hire (see below).
Milan Bergamo (BGY), also known as Orio al Serio, is an hour outside of Milan. It’s good for access to the splendour of the Lakes or the slopes of the Italian Alps. To get into Milan from Bergamo, hop on a train from nearby Bergamo Station. Ryanair flies into Bergamo and offers discounted bus tickets. Alternatively, to get there quickly and privately, hire a taxi at the airport and be prepared to pay close to 90 euros.
If you plan to see more of the region during your stay in Milan, pre-book car hire with TravelSupermarket and collect upon arrival at any of the airports. Hiring a car can save on the cost of transfers, although it’s worth remembering that parking is at a premium in Milan. As the main attractions are central, you’re also unlikely to need a car if you’re only sightseeing for the weekend.
After we’ve found you a cheap flight to Milan, let us help you to stay in style (while saving money, of course)…
Hotels in Italy are notoriously expensive, so use our hotel-comparison service and book as early as you can to make the biggest savings on your stay in Milan.
For short sightseeing trips, the Golden Triangle around the Duomo is the ideal base. Historic Navigli, with its canal-side hotels and restaurants, is also popular.
Watch out for major events in Milan, such as Fashion Week, which can drive hotel prices through the roof. See our Milan hotels page for everything you need to know before you book.
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