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Visit Milan, Italy

Although Milan is known for its fashion weeks and upscale stores, it also has plenty to explore for visitors who can�t distinguish Prada from Gucci. Cathedrals, museums, and palazzos are common tourist landmarks that attract thousands. To see this enchanting city, visit to look for flights to Milan.

The Airports of Milan, Italy

Three international airports serve Milan. The Malpensa International Airport is the busiest airport in Milan, and it is located approximately 30 miles northwest of the city, at 21010 Ferno Varese. The Linate Airport, located at 20090 Milan Linate, is only 5 miles east of the city center. However, most flights from Linate Airport are short-haul or domestic flights. The third airport, Orio al Serio Airport, is located approximately 28 miles from Milan and only 3 miles from Bergamo.

Traveling From the Airport

Malpensa International Airport has trains, buses, and taxis available to help you reach your destination. Travel times by train to the city range from 29 to 43 minutes, depending on your final destination. You�ll need to plan on approximately 45 to travel by coach bus, but tickets are a budget-friendly 10.00� each way. Taxi stands are located at Terminal 1 if you want to avoid public transportation. The other two airports have bus, taxi, and train travel options as well. Linate Airport buses can take you to the city center in approximately 25. Taxis are also available in front of the Linate Airport terminal. Orio al Serio Airport bus tickets cost 10.00� each way to Milan. In order to travel by train to Orio al Serio, you should take a 10-minute ride to Bergamo and then take a connecting train to Milan.

Milan Weather

Milan is a year-round tourist destination. The best time to visit is from April to May or from late September to October. During these times, the average high temperatures are between 60 to 70�F and crowds are also smaller. However, if you�re from a warmer climate, you may prefer to visit in the summer while the temperature high is an average of 80�F. Evening average temperatures in the summer are in the low 60s, so don�t forget to bring a light jacket if you�re visiting then. Average low winter temperatures are 25�F, and the average high is 40�F. However, the temperatures are still mild enough for visitors who plan ahead and bring a warm winter coat.

Enjoying Milan

June through early September is the peak tourist season in Milan. If you�d like to visit during this time, you may want schedule your trip to coincide with the Milano Food Week in June or the Milano Film Festival in September. The Men�s Milan Fashion Week, which occurs once in June and once in January, is a popular event in the city. The women�s fashion weeks are in February and April and also bring thousands of visitors to Milan. November through March is considered the true off-season in Milan. Although there are fashion-week visitors during these months, many hotels close for several weeks in the winter. However, if you avoid fashion week and hotel closures, you can also get some great deals on lodging during the cold season.

Planning to Visit Milan

If you�re overwhelmed by searching for flights to Milan, visit to plan your trip. On the site, you can book lodging and make airline reservations so you can enjoy this culturally rich city of northern Italy with minimal planning.

Milan When to Go

Milan experiences all four seasons, with the best weather in the summer. It can get very hot in August, which is when the locals take their extended summer holidays. Many places in the city shut down, but bargains can be had if you can deal with the limited dining options. Most clothing sales begin in July and run through August. The lure of air conditioning and 50 percent off signs is one of the few reasons to brave the mosquitoes and muggy weather. It can also provide a tranquil alternative to crowded Italian beaches.

A better time to come to Milan is May, June, or September, when the weather is still warm and the city is alive with activity. Be prepared for rain in the spring and autumn months. The winter cold brings out Milan’s infamous foggy days, which sometimes seem endless. But there are also winter days when the glorious Italian Alps are on full display in the distance, and the rare snowfall blanketing this architectural city can be stunning.

If you plan to spend an evening at the renowned Teatro alla Scala, one of the world’s most important operatic theaters, take note that the official opera season runs from December through July. Italian calcio (soccer) is at its best in Milan thanks to F.C. Internazionale ("Inter Milan") and A.C. Milan, two famous clubs that call the city home. Matches in the legendary San Siro stadium are played from September to May.

Frequently asked questions

Am I currently able to fly to Milan?
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If I am not able to travel because of COVID-19, can I change or cancel?
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Which airlines fly to Milan?
With airlines to choose from, finding a flight that suits your plans and budget will be a piece of cake. Malpensa Intl. Airport (MXP) is a major entry point to Milan and where you’ll likely be touching down. These popular international carriers are ready and waiting to take you there:

  • EasyJet - 468 flights to Milan per month
  • Ryanair - 233 flights to Milan per month
  • Wizz Air - 145 flights to Milan per month

What is the best airport to fly to in Milan?
Book a flight to Linate Airport (LIN) and get ready to explore the sights and sounds of this city. The airport is around 5 miles east of the downtown area. Also look into fares to Malpensa Intl. Airport (MXP), which is another entry point for Milan.
How much is a flight to Milan?
Prices for round-trip flights dropped as low as this week to Milan, and rose to a high of . Several lucky travelers flying out of () managed to secure one-way tickets starting from just .
How to book the cheapest flight to Milan?
With Orbitz, you’ll find some of the most exciting flight deals around from a wide selection of airlines. But if you want to increase your chances of booking cheap flights to Milan, here are some tips to try out:

  • Depending on where you’re taking off from, select the ‘Nearby airports’ function (located under the departure and arrival form fields). On occasion, other departure points offer cheaper airfares.
  • If you’re flexible with your travel plans, click on the ‘Show flexible dates’ link. It’ll show the flight deals for the days around your selected departure. Fares often vary depending on what day it is.
  • Hit ‘Show options’ to refine your search results. You can pick your preferred airline and seating class here. Under ‘Sort & Filter’ to the left, you can even select whether you want to fly in the morning, afternoon or evening.
  • Reserve your airfare as soon as you’ve sorted your travel dates. While you can get lucky on occasion, airline tickets rarely drop in price as your departure date gets closer.
  • Think about combining your flights, hotels and car rentals into one convenient package deal to make your budget go even further.
  • Don’t travel during peak seasons if possible. By steering clear of school vacations and summer, you can make superb savings on your airfares.

How long is a flight to Milan?
Your flight to Milan could be an hour or two or more, depending on where you’re traveling from. We’ve rounded up a list of three of the most common domestic routes and flight durations to give you some idea of what to expect:

  • Catania (CTA-Fontanarossa) to Malpensa Intl. Airport (MXP) - 1 hour and 57 minutes
  • Naples (NAP-Naples Intl.) to Malpensa Intl. Airport (MXP) - 1 hour and 31 minutes
  • Palermo (PMO-Punta Raisi) to Malpensa Intl. Airport (MXP) - 1 hour and 41 minutes

What is the best time to book a flight to Milan?
Reserve your seats to Milan in January. This is the ideal time of the year for bargain prices, followed by February and August. Catch cheap flights and make your dream vacation a reality with Orbitz.
What day of the week is the cheapest to book a flight to Milan?
If you’re after low-cost airfares to Milan, the best days to book are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. With Orbitz (and a bit of good timing!), an unbeatable flight deal will be all yours.
What is the cheapest day of the week to fly to Milan?
Everybody enjoys saving money, so think about flying out earlier in the week for cheap flights to Milan. Orbitz data from 2020 suggests you can snap up the best deals on flights that depart on Mondays. Tuesdays are the next most affordable day, while Saturdays are likely to cost an arm and a leg. Many people like to start their vacation at the end of the week, so leave those Saturdays for binge-watching your favorite movies.
What is the cheapest month to fly to Milan?
Jet off in August if you don’t want to put a dent in your budget. Orbitz data has found that it’s generally the best month for cheap flights to Milan. June is when airfares are at their highest.
Which airlines allow free cancellation?
If you suspect your travel plans may change, Orbitz will help you find a flexible fare. All you have to do is choose “Filter by flexible change policies” when searching for your Milan flights. We’ll show you carriers that include free cancellation and no change fees — in addition to our awesome low prices.
What do I need for the flight to Milan?
A long-haul trip can seem daunting, but it’s nothing a little preparation can’t solve. We’ve made a list of our top suggestions to make sure your journey is a stress-free one:

  • Nothing is more important than having your travel documents. Which to bring and how many depend on whether you’re flying domestic or international. Be sure to check with your airline. In both cases, you’ll need to show proof of identification.
  • If you’re jetting directly to Milan, chances are you’ll be in the sky for quite a while. Take lots of snacks and things to keep you amused. Now is the time to get stuck into that book you’ve been dying to read!
  • Long-haul flights can leave you feeling seriously cold, especially if you’re flying overnight. If you prefer not to curl up to the stranger beside you for warmth, bring a warm layer and some wool socks.

How many direct flights are there to Milan?
Your thrilling adventure is one easy plane ride away, with 289 direct services to Milan every month. Search for a suitable flight with Orbitz and pick up an awesome deal with ITA Airways, easyJet or Lufthansa. Other sought-after carriers that provide nonstop services include British Airways, Wizz Air and Air France.
How do I get cheap first-class/business deals to Milan?
Smart travelers are pros at finding business or first-class airfares to Milan that don’t cost an arm and a leg. Be like them with these handy tips:

  • Flexibility is key. By being open to a variety of travel dates, you’ll have more chances of picking up a great deal on business or first-class airfares.
  • Low-cost airlines offer first or business-class seats at a fraction of the normal price. Skip the full-service carriers and consider these cheaper options.
  • Bid for an upgrade in online auctions (if available) or upgrade your seat with your frequent flyer points.

How to get into Milan from the airport?
You may prefer to drive the 5 miles west to the middle of Milan. If that’s the case, there are numerous Linate Airport (LIN) car rental agencies to pick from at Linate Airport (LIN), for example Sixt, Alamo and Enterprise. Otherwise, use public transportation or take a taxi into town, then pick up a ride from Milan car rentals.
What is the best time to go to Milan?
Milan is popular in . If you plan to visit during these months, it would be wise to book early to ensure you pick up the greatest deals. Curious to know what the summertime’s like in Milan? Average daily temperatures usually fluctuate between 65undefined and 85undefined. Like most places in the Northern Hemisphere, the summer season starts June 20 here.
Travel tips for Milan

  • The center of Milan is packed with big attractions. Favorites like Cathedral of Milan and Piazza del Duomo will keep your feet moving and your adventurous spirit full.
  • You’ll also want to check out the sights a short drive from Milan’s center. Set out for Sacred Mountain of the Rosary and Autodromo Nazionale Monza and see a different side of this popular destination.
  • Get your bum in the driver’s seat and discover what else makes Lombardy shine. Organize a car rental with Orbitz and enjoy all the action of two other exciting cities — Brescia and Cremona.

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