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How i can go from Airport Milan Bergamo to airport Milan Malpensa....Please help me..!!

by Sportsman

My friends in the end of next month i will arrived in Milan Bergamo airport and i want directy to go in Milan Malpensa airport to fly to Athens.
Can you explain me how i can go, i need informatinos if its possible with bus, or train. If someone knows how much it cost.
Is very important for me to learn if its easy this movement because i have to buy the tickets for the airplane.
My plan is to travel from Latvia to Milan Bergamo and after from Milan Malpenas to Athens....and after back with same flights.
Thnks a lot..!!!

Re: How i can go from Airport Milan Bergamo to airport Milan Malpensa....Please help me..!!

by leics

Bergamo is quite some distance from Milan.

http://www.sacbo.it/Editorial/newsCategoryViewProcess.jsp?editorialID=171

links train and bus options from Bergamo into Milan.

Train times in English here: www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html Trains mostly arrive at Milan Centrale station.

There is also a Terravision bus which goes from Bergamo to Milan Centrale station:

http://www.terravision.eu/milan_bergamo.html

Journey takes around an hour (but allow more in case of traffic).

From Milan Centrale station you can take a bus to Malpensa:

http://www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/en/malpensa/index.phtml?mod=arrivare_pullman&to=come_arrivare

Trains to Malpensa go from Milan Cadorna station. All transport options to Malpensa are linked here:

http://www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/en/malpensa/index.phtml?mod=arrivare_treno&to=come_arrivare

There is no direct link between airports, unless you are prepared to pay for a private taxi. Do allow plenty of time between your flights. I'd suggest at least 4 hours, preferably more (traffic around Milan can be very heavy).

Re: How i can go from Airport Milan Bergamo to airport Milan Malpensa....Please help me..!!

by call_me_rhia

hello

it's quite time consuming to get from bergamo airport to malpensa... it'll take about 2 hours if you are not struck in the traffic. As it involves changing bus at Milano centrale, you may have to wait a bit too. I would count on about 4 hours getting from one airport to the other - plus 2 extra hours at malpensa for check-in.

i wonder if it's worth all this... considering that airbaltic flies riga-athens directly.

Re: How i can go from Airport Milan Bergamo to airport Milan Malpensa....Please help me..!!

by Sportsman

i know airbatic but they dont have now directly flight..!! is only from March untill October.

Re: How i can go from Airport Milan Bergamo to airport Milan Malpensa....Please help me..!!

by jonellis

There is a bus about every 30 minutes from Bergamo to Certral Station downtown. That bus costs 8 Euro. Then a bus from Central Station to Malpensa about every 30 minutes. It costs 6.5 Euro. I was there and did that last March. Plan on 1 hour each way minimum, and waiting time. 4 Hours would be OK if everything goes your way. Forget about the train. It would take longer since you have to get to it from Bergamo by another bus plus waiting time. Bus is simple and worked for me. If you are desparate, there is a shuttle service that charges about 150 Euros direct per vehicle. Up to 4 people.

Travel Tips for Milan

Piazza Cadorna

by draguza

Once an unstructured space between Castello Sforzesco and the Magenta district, Piazzale Cadorna has become a new port of entry to the city. Now it is dominated by the ugly mass of the Cadorna station where thousands of commuters are disgorged into the city each morning.
In 1998, the railway company and Milan City Council commissioned Gae Aulenti to reorganise the area. The operation rationalised the road system with traffic dividers created by water tanks, and created a vast pedestrian area for train passengers partly covered by aluminium and glass structures joined to the station facade.
The attractive 'forest' of red pillars, the water that flows from the beams of the platform roof, and the transparent covers bring to mind a 19th century covered market. They are part of a courageous an interesting architectural project initiated by the city and crowned by the majestic sculpture of Claes Oldenburg and Coosije van Bruggen. It is an enormous steel needle 18 metres tall wrapped in a highly coloured glass resin that gives a new vital identity to the square and around which the life of the square revolves

Milan vs Inter (Serie A)

by Krystynn

Milan 1 Inter 0

This is definitely the perfect score for Milan tifosi. ;-) During the Serie A Milan derby matches (played twice per season), you really wouldn't want to be stuck in Milan - if you aren't a fan of il calcio (football/soccer). The city center will get extremely crowded - esp. after the matches.... when all these crazy fans make their way from the San Siro to the city center to celebrate!

Sadly, the celebration is usually one-sided. AC Milan have been winning these derby matches consistently for a couple of years now.

Poor, poor Inter tifosi.....

Biggest supermarket chain

by muratkorman about Esselunga

You can come across an Esselunga supermarket anywhere in Milan. It is one of the best supermarket that provides variety of food and drinks with reasonable prices. For long term expats, I suggest them getting a fidaty card which enables you to get additional discounts and collect points to spend for your following purchases. Fresh fruit, cheese, wine You can get the best deals here.

Nice bar close to the central station

by Henrik_rrb about Art Factory Café

Close to the central station in Milan you’ll find Art Factory Café. It’s a quite big place with two floors, and a really good aperitivo. I went here sometimes with my language-school, and the place was always over-crowded – but still nice.
It’s a good place for an aperitivo, but maybe not a place I would go to 8 days a week.
Every Wednesday it’s said to be live-music there, from dj:s, but I can’t remember I’ve ever seen one…?
I was maybe on the wrong floor…?

Could be a good idea to book in advance if you’re many persons. Dress normal.

By plane. There are two...

by Joeplaboem

By plane. There are two airports.
Linate which is near to the city center (2 km)
Malpensa which is far away. Take care it is a trip of 80 km to the city center.(use the Malpensa express (www.malpensaexpress.com )train, there is an extra discount if you fly Alitalia)
Or use the city bus. A taxi will cost you quickly 60 USD)
In the city center by foot.
Taxi here are not expensive for short trips if the traffic allows to go ahead. In case of traffic use the underground at 1500 Lire per trip you can travel from one side of the city to the other in half an hour.

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