Get straight from Milan Linate Airport to the city centre without dither—booking your ticket in advance means you can zoom through the airport and be on your way to the city. We, at Omio, have collected information on the facilities that you have after landing, and the main places worth stopping at in the city centre to make planning your trip easier.
Milan Linate Airport is one of Milan's most central airports, located just over five miles (eight kilometers) to the east of Milan's city centre. It is quite easy to reach the airport from the city centre via public transportation. Milan's public transportation system includes trams, metro, coach and train. Either the coach line 73 or the Linate Shuttle coach are the best means of reaching the airport from Milan city centre as the train in Milan only reaches as far as Milan Forlanini station, from which passengers will need to join the coach line 73. The route takes 45 to 60 minutes, but it is recommended that travellers leave closer to two hours for this journey via public transportation, as it can take a little extra time to navigate a foreign system. travellers can also drive or take a taxi to the airport, but these follow the same route as the coaches, so are not necessarily any faster options.
There are two popular ways to reach Milan Linate Airport from Milan city centre, and both are quite straightforward coach routes. The first way is via coach line 73. Passengers can catch the number 73 coach at Duomo M1-M3 subway station. The Duomo station, also known as Piazza Diaz, is just over half a mile (0.8 kilometers) northeast of Milan city centre, and walking this distance takes just ten to 12 minutes. travellers with heavy luggage can also reach Duomo Station by hopping on the number three subway line from Via Torino Via S. Maria Valle station, and riding for three stops. The next best way to reach the airport is from Milan Centrale Station, from which passengers can take the Linate Shuttle coach for 25 minutes. To reach Centrale Station from Milan city centre, travellers can take the number 2 subway line for five stops from S. Ambrogio, or the number 3 subway line for six stops from Missori stations. This takes roughly 20 minutes, or is a 50 minute walk.
Milan Linate Airport is just over five miles (eight kilometers) east of Milan city centre. Passengers coming from the city centre can take either of the two main routes in 45 to 60 minutes. The best route will depend on the point of origin. travellers closer to Duomo can walk to the Duomo subway station and catch the line 73 coach straight to the airport. Those closer to Centrale Station can take the subway there and then the Linate Shuttle coach to the airport.
Milan Linate Airport has free WiFi, and numerous beauty, fashion and duty free retail opportunities. coachinesspeople can use the airport's many meeting spaces and conference rooms in the Linate Center. As for a pre-flight meal or beverage, there are bars, cafes and restaurants serving mostly local cuisine for those wanting one last Italian meal before take-off.
Most public coaches in Milan use low-floor coaches and are wheelchair-accessible, and the main train stations have elevators and assistance desks. Passengers with limited mobility will want to contact the airport's accessibility association, Sala Amica, at least 48 hours before they fly. Otherwise, there are Sala Amica pick up points throughout the airport where assistance can be requested. The airport recommends parking lots P1 and P2 as these are closer to the main airport, but all parking lots are equipped with disabled parking spots. Assistance includes help checking in, moving around the airport, boarding and more.
Milan locals let someone else take the wheel during their journey to the airport. They take either the number 73 or Linate Shuttle coaches to their flights, leaving plenty of time for the traffic that often congests Milan's city roads. They eat at one of the airport's local restaurants and are sure to have a coffee before their flight.