Traveling to Italy and going to visit Milan?
You are in a right place!
We offer safe, reliable and cost-effective private door-to-door transfers to Milan from Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), Milan Linate Airport (LIN), Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY) and vice versa, as well as any other transfers from Milan to any destination within Italy or neighboring countries.
Furthermore, you can book our affordable chauffeur service renting a car with driver for several hours or for the whole day to use it in Milan.
All our drivers are English-speaking professionals, and some of them speak other foreign languages, too. In any case, our 24/7 English-language customer support by phone or by WhatsApp will be at your disposal after placing your order.
|Piazza del Duomo to Milan Linate Airport (LIN)||from $57|
|Piazza del Duomo to Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP)||from $134|
|Piazza del Duomo to Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY)||from $148|
HOW IT WORKS
Choose the route and a vehicle
|Select service type you need, choose the route (or hourly hire duration), indicate number of passengers and luggage, as well as other necessary details if needed. See the price for different vehicle classes, choose one suitable for you and press Next.|
Choose the payment method
|Complete the booking form, choose the payment method, press Make Booking button, make online prepayment (if needed) and get email confirmation. When a driver will be assigned to your job, his phone number will be emailed to you.|
The driver meets you with a name tag
|Your driver will meet you on-site with a name tag at the right time. He will walk you to the car and safely drive you to your destination. At the end of your ride, if needed, you will pay in cash or by card-to-card transfer to your driver.|
Always fixed fares
Different payment methods
Flight status monitoring
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
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Milan is a city in northern Italy, the capital of Lombardy, and the second largest city in Italy after Rome. The urban area has a population of approximately 1.4 million, while the metropolitan area has 3.26 million residents. The growing urban area extends far beyond the borders of the administrative metropolis into Switzerland. The wider Milan metropolitan area (also known as Greater Milan) has an estimated population of between 8.2 and 12.5 million, making it by far the largest metropolitan area in Italy and one of the largest in the European Union.
Milan is recognized as a leading global city with strengths in art, commerce, design, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, services, research and tourism. Its business district houses the Italian Stock Exchange (Borsa Italiana) and the headquarters of national and international banks and companies. Milan is the richest city in Italy and the third largest economy among EU cities after Paris and Madrid.
The role of Milan as a major political center dates back to late antiquity, when it was the capital of the Western Roman Empire. From the 12th to the 16th centuries, Milan was one of the largest cities in Europe and an important center of trade and commerce, thus becoming the capital of the Duchy of Milan, one of the greatest political, artistic and fashion powers of its time. Although the city lost much of its political and cultural importance in the early modern period, it regained its status as a major economic and political center and is now considered the industrial and financial center of Italy.
Milan welcomed 10 million tourists in 2018, most of them foreign tourists from China, the United States, France and Germany. Visitors are drawn to Milan's museums and art galleries, which house some of the world's most important collections, including important works by Leonardo da Vinci. The city has many luxury hotels and according to the Michelin Guide it is the fifth most starred city in the world.
How to get from Milan to Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio airports
Among the three Milan's airports, only Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) has direct railway connection with the city of Milan. It can be reached with the Malpensa Express train from Milano Bovisa, Milano Cadorna, Milano Porta Garibaldi or Milano Centrale railway stations. One-way ticket from Milano Centrale station to Malpensa Terminal 1 costs 13 euro.
The other two airports, Milan Linate (LIN) and Orio al Serio also known as Milan Bergamo (BGY) do not have train stations.
From Milano Centrale railway station there are direct bus connections with all the three airports.
The buses to Milan Malpensa Airport run every 20-30 minutes and are operated by four bus lines: Terravision, Malpensa Bus Express, Caronte and Malpensa Shuttle. The travel time is from 50 to 70 minutes. The cost of one-way ticket is about 10 euro.
The bus connection with Milan Linate Airport is operated by various bus lines: ATM, Airbus, Starfly, Autoguidovie, and Air Pullman. Buses run approximately every 15 minutes. Travel time from Milano Centrale railway station is about 25 minutes, while Duomo (the city centre) is about 60 minutes. The one-way bus ticket costs 1.50 euro.
Bus connection with Orio al Serio (Milan Bergamo) Airport is operated by two lines: Terravision and Orio Shuttle. Buses run from Milano Centrale railway station every 20-30 minutes with a 3-hours pause at night. The journey takes one hour. The one-way ticket costs about 5 euro.
Taxis in Italy usually cannot be hailed on the street. They are available only at specially designated taxi ranks. Alternatively, you can order taxi by phone calling one of the local taxi providers. There is a fixed rate of 95 euro from Milan to Malpensa airport. The approximate cost of a taxi ride from Milan city center to Milan Linate Airport and Milan Bergamo Airport are 40 and 100 euro respectively. But don't be surprized if your cab will arrive to you having already some euro on its taximeter: Italian taxi drivers swith their taximeter on immediately upon receiving phone order, no matter where they are. And be aware: most Italian cabbies will not be able to speak neither English nor any other foreign language.
Uber is present in Italy only with its Uber Black service. The approximate cost of a Uber Black ride from Duomo to Milan Malpensa Airport is 132 euro, to Milan Linate Airport 37 euro, and to Milan Bergamo Airport 163 euro. The English-language skills of Uber drivers in Italy are as much problematic as for the regular taxi drivers.
Private transfer is the most convenient, reliable and hassle-free option to get from Milan to Milan Malpensa Airport, Milan Linate Airport or Milan Bergamo Airport. If you book and pre-pay online your transfer in advance, our English-speaking driver will meet you at your doors, will help you with your luggage and will safely drive you to your destination. Try WelcomeTaxi private transfer and enjoy our quality service!