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Getting from Milan Palpensa Airport to Milan C. LE Train Station

by tandemjen

We are flying in to Milan Malpensa airport and want to take a train to Vernazza in the Cinque Terre. How easy is it to get from the airport to the Milan C. LE train station and how far away is it from the airport? We're looking at the TrenItalia website and are having trouble figuring out the schedule. Thank you.
Jennifer and Jim

Re: Getting from Milan Palpensa Airport to Milan C. LE Train Station

by leics

will give you transport details and links to/from the airport (click 'connection' on the left-hand menu).

Bus will be easiest, I think, as they stop at Milan Centrale whereas the train stops at Milan Cadorna station, so you'd need to take the Metro to Centrale. will give you onward train times and fares in English.

Bus will take around an hour, depending on traffic (which can be very congested at times). Personally, I'd allow at least a couple of hours for getting the bus, the journey, getting off, finding the way to correct platform etc.

Re: Getting from Milan Palpensa Airport to Milan C. LE Train Station

by mccalpin

Yes on the bus...Malpensa airport is a long way outside of Milan, with one major highway (subject to a lot of traffic) serving it, so, as J (leics) says, don't be too optimistic on how fast you're going to get to Milano Centrale. As she says, it's an hour plus traffic.

Because there are a relatively sizable number of rail solutions to Vernazza (nearly 1 per hour), I don't think you'll need to worry about reservations - you should be able to just take the next train (or worst case, the one after).

And this is the point where we encourage you to PACK LIGHT...Note only are you likely to have to load your own luggage under the bus (the driver might help you or might just watch), you will have to carry your own luggage from the bus stop into the station to your track (it's a large station), load your own luggage on to the train, then have to make at least one change of trains (and possibly 2) before you get to Vernazza...


Re: Getting from Milan Palpensa Airport to Milan C. LE Train Station

by Ina08

Just to add a detail information: allow for at least three hours if you arrive anytime between 7.30 and 10 am or 5 and 7 pm on workdays as the "tangenziale" (highway) to Milan then is a 32 km traffic jam moving only at snail pace.

Re: Getting from Milan Palpensa Airport to Milan C. LE Train Station

by Manara

Although "travel light" is an advice I always endorse for many reasons, I am glad to say that after the recent renovation it has become much easier to move around the Stazione Centrale with luggage.
One more piece of information about the buses: they are scheduled every 20 minutes.

Re: Getting from Milan Palpensa Airport to Milan C. LE Train Station

by jonellis

And back last April, the bus cost was 6.5 Euro from Malpensa to Central station. If you travel from/to Bergamo (BGY) to Central Station it takes about the same 1 hour + and costs 8 Euro. I did both routes in March - April 2008 without any bad traffic problems. First time was at 17:00 on a weekday and second time was 07:30 on a weekday. But I think I was lucky.

Travel Tips for Milan

Il Duomo

by croisbeauty

....The facede of the cathedral has five Baroque doorways with double buttresses by the central doorway and on the outside and single buttresses on the inside. The pilasters rest on heavy bases, above which are talamons.
The interior will struck you more by a feeling of stylistic consistency than by the huge size of the building itself. Il Duomo di Milano is the biggest Gothic church and the second biggest church, after St. Peter's in Rome, in the world.
Among the various works worthy of mention in the cathedral are the monument to Giacomo medici considered the masterpiece of Leone Leoni, and the Trivulzio Candelabrum the Gothic bronze masterpiece attributed to Nicolas de Verdun dated early 1200's.
Upon the tallest spire of the cathedral's roof stands gilded copper statue of the Virgin known as the Madonnina which has become the symbol of the city of Milano.

An Incredible Year for Milan - 2007!

by Krystynn

II due protagonisti di questo finale thrilling si cercano.

A perfect picture moment captured by the photographers at showing Kaka's (left) joy at clinching Milan's 7th World Champion's League title in Athens in 2007 (as he celebrated with Milan's midfielder, Massimo Ambrosini).

Kaka is one of my favorite players in Milan and he's definitely the best playmaker in the world today. I hope he'll play with the team until he retires. Kaka is also one player who is proud to show that he is a born-again Christian. You go, champ!

The idea's store

by d_d about Fiorucci

Hundreds of nice, trendy, strange and original objects.
You can find also clothes, books, perfumes....
Quite expensive, but here you can find many ideas and then you can create by yourself something nice.

My Bali

by draguza about My Bali

Atmosphere, Ambient, Baroque and Spirituality.........
..........this is My Bali.
Outside....the everyday life with its aggressive rhythm
Inside......the originality with its carefree customs.
The continue development of the cuisine offers a wide variety of Mediterranean speciality with a hint of Bali.
The range of wine it’s wide and characterized by high quality

The unique style of the local it’s perfect for the elegance of Thursday night, the most popular by university students!!
In the Central room dj Gilo, in the Waterfall room the Rising Worx, two dj and a young sax talent, propose a particular and elegant music selection of Disco and Funky (a wide range of Happy music of ’70 - ’80 all the best for dancing and having fun) but also House music that remind you to the atmosphere of Club. Semi formal

Look for the M

by Henrik_rrb

To get around in the central parts of Milan the easiest and best way is to take the metro. Just keep an eye for the big M, red signs with a white M on it.
(Yes, very clever, it stands for Metro... ;) ).
You buy your ticket in the ticket machine under ground, or in one of the newspaper stands. A ticket costs 1 euro and works for one trip, or if you change without leaving the metro, for 70 minutes.


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