Why Visit Milan?
The economic and financial capital of Italy, Milan is a global city and home of Made in Italy fashion and design. With Air Dolomiti flights direct to Linate and Malpensa airports, you can discover all the charm of local attractions, where innovation is combined with creativity and coexists with ancient historical monuments, offering unique contrasts.
The historic centre of Milan is the ideal place to visit to discover iconic monuments, works of art and the lifestyle of its inhabitants: from the Scala, one of the most famous theatres in the world, to the famous Duomo, the church that houses the famous Madonnina at its highest point, up to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the hub of the city where you can walk and choose somewhere to have an aperitif. Do not miss a visit to the Last Supper, Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, and to the Sforzesco Castle, which houses the Egyptian Museum, the Museum of Ancient Art and the one dedicated to Musical Instruments.
Getting to the city centre is simple: Linate airport is located just 7 kilometres from the centre, and can be reached by taxi, by renting a car, via the city bus line 73, which connects the airport to the central metro station of San Babila or using one of the private bus services. For those who decide to stopover at Malpensa, it is possible to reach the centre in just under an hour by car, taking the SS 336 towards Milan up to the junction for the A8 motorway towards the centre. You can use the numerous airport shuttle services or by direct train, the Malpensa Express, which runs every 30 minutes from Terminals 1 and 2.
Consult the Air Dolomiti guide designed to accompany you during your visit to the main places of interest in the city: useful tips on what to do, what to see and where to eat during your trip to Milan.