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Transportation from LIN airport to Train Station

by sandytravel

Could someone help us with a transportation question? We will be arriving at the (LINATE) Milan Airport and would need to get to the main train station to get a train to Venice (St Lucia) station. We are wondering about the best way to get there and if we need a reservation on the train ahead of time. Thanks for all your help...Sandy

Re: Transportation from LIN airport to Train Station

by leics

You can find train times, details and fares for the Milan> Venice segment (in English) here:

You do not actually need to buy a ticket in advance: trains do not get full-up ules they are reservation-only, and there are few of those. Even reservation-only train tickets can be brought up to a few minutes before departure if there is availability.

But you might want to buy tickets to be sure......try to buy theourgh the link I have provided, or (which I believe is tha 'abraod' agency for Trenitalia). If you use you will pay commission, although it is a perfectly satisfactory site.

Do allow for potential delays if you buy tickets in advance. Tickets are for a specific train and I'm not sure whether you would get your money back or be able to exchange them if you missed that train.

For transport options (basically bus or taxi) from Linate in English look here;

Re: Transportation from LIN airport to Train Station

by leics

And apologies for all my other typos as well. :-(

Re: Transportation from LIN airport to Train Station

by mccalpin

In looking at J's very helpful answer, I will note that the Linate website does the not uncommon thing of mixing some Italian with the English.

You'll want the first bus in the list at her link, the one that says "TO: MILANO
Stazione Centrale", since Stazione Centrale is the main train station from which all the trains got to Venice. Apologies if you already knew this.

There are actually closer train stations to Linate, but these are commuter stations that would simply force you to change trains at Milano Centrale anyway...why not take the direct bus...


Re: Transportation from LIN airport to Train Station

by cmcard2

Sandy -

I did this recently and while you can take the train, the bus costs between 7-8 euro. it takes you directly to milano centrale, and you walk around the corner into the station, and down the stairs or ramp is the ticket window. Purchase a biglietto senso unica (one way) on the ES (Eurostar) you will have an assigned seat so you do not have to stamp your ticket. The train ride is not a short one, but will take you directly there. Make sure you go to the right binaro (it will be numbered) but can be just a bit confusing because there are two areas from which trains depart.

When you arrive at St. Lucia, it is the last stop - you will go out of the station and down the steps and take a vaporetto to whereever you are headed.


Re: Transportation from LIN airport to Train Station

by leics

If you need to take a vaporetto on arrival at S Lucia, turn right as you leave the station and walk over the new bridge (steps!) to Piazzale Roma. You'll be able to get vaporetto tickets and vaporetti there.

Travel Tips for Milan

Milan Tip

by feline01

Turning 29 in Milano and going out to a Sri Lankan meal with Paola and her friends followed by a very fun evening at a Communist rally/carnival. Who knew that those Milanese communists knew how to party so well? That was my first and last Sri Lankan meal not because it was horrid, it was very good but because I haven't found a Sri Lankan place since then.

Packing List

by Ruthy2001

WARM clothes!! and layers, they dont seem to understand central heating, as they keep it so hot you feel like melting whereas outside it is so cold you feel like it is entering in your bones!

also remember if you really want to fit in you will have to bring a pair of shades, even if it is Winter!!

Clothes for all pockets

by Henrik_rrb about Corso Buenos Aires

The biggest shopping-street in Milan is the Corso Buenos Aires, a 20 minutes walk from the Duomo. There are shops for all people and all sizes of pockets. Most of the shops are for those who wants to buy clothes, but there are also bookshops, sportshops, and, since it in Italy, also a lot of shoe-shops...
It's definately not the place for the cheapest shopping in Milan, but still you will find clothes for also resonable prices. The street is about 1-1,5 km long, and has both famous and less famous stores. And after the shopping-time, you can sit down, relax, and have a good cup of italian coffe in one of the many cafés or restaurants. Clothes in special, but also shoes, food, jewelry and more and more. As more or less everything in Milan, it's quite expensive also here. But if you want to shop in Milan, this is the street to start at.


by Flamegirl about The Lab / La Casa 139

Like many places in Milan, this small venue is multi-functional; founded in 2000 it sometimes hosts art shows on the ground floor and concerts on the first floor. Usually, however, it's a simple nightclub with house music on the first floor and an ambient chill-out area downstairs.

This place is run by ARCI (Associazione Ricreativa Culturale Italiana) and therefore, works differently from other nightclubs. To enter you have to buy annual membership to ARCI which costs 15 euros, though that's a one-off payment and the drinks aren't expensive. So, if you're just going to go for one night it might not be worth it, but if you go a few times then it's much better value.

As I don't like dancing to house music I preferred sitting downstairs; since it's a small place, the atmosphere is intimate and I found it ideal for sitting and chatting with friends over a drink. No dress code. The atmosphere is quite informal and I actually managed to chat to some strangers (usually Milan is like london; people keep to themselves, but here I found some friendly people).

Best way to get around in the whole town

by Henrik_rrb

The bus-system works over a bigger area than the metro and have a lot of different numbers and lines. Note that you can’t buy a ticket onboard on the bus, you’ll have to buy that in advance in a tobacco- or newspaper-shop. Could also be found in the metrostations or in cafés. Just ask for a “biglietto per il metro”.
Also the buses starts going early in the morning. The last buses on “normal time” goes around 2am.

There is a time table for every bus and tram, but seeing how the traffic is in Milan it's not so strange that they rarely comes and goes in time. Two minutes late, five minutes early, 20 minutes late... But they go often on most lines, so just go out and catch one when it comes. And if you really have to get somewhere in time, make sure to be at the bus stop at least 10 minutes in advance.
Also remember to hold out your arm, as a sign that you want to get onboard. Otherwise the bus driver might just drive past you.


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