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How to Get from Milan Central Station to Milan and Other Destinations
A train is the most popular public transport in Italy, therefore, the majority of visitors to Milan arrive at Milano Centrale, the country’s biggest railway station which connects the city with other Italian and European popular destinations. Tourists often wonder how to get from Milano Centrale to the center of Milan, which is located about 6 km from the station and where the majority of hotels are situated.
Taxi from Milan Central Station
A taxi stand is situated outside the station. Taxi from Milano Centrale station to the center will cost you about 22 euros, however, the price can change due to the time of the day and traffic jams. Not all taxis are equipped with a card credit machine, so ask about possible ways of payment at the beginning of a trip.
Transfer from Milan Central Station
If you do prefer planning everything in advance, the taxi transfer will be the best option for you. The fare of a 25-minute journey from Milano Centrale to the city center is 43 euros. In case you arrive at Milano Porta Garibaldi train station, a trip will cost you 54 euros.
With the Kiwitaxi transfer company, you can also travel to other places, including air hubs. Thus, a transfer trip from Milano Centrale to Linate Airport will cost you 42 euros, to Malpensa - 83 euros, and to Bergamo Airport - 93 euros.
In comparison to taxis’, transfer prices are fixed and do not change in case of traffic jams which are unavoidable in metropolises. Moreover, our transfer drivers are ready to meet you at Milano Centrale and help you with luggage.
Public transport from Milan Central Station
The metro station is situated on the lowest floor of the Milano Centrale station. The journey on a yellow Line 3 will take less than 10 minutes and will cost you about 2 euros. Tickets can be bought from the ticket machine or at newsstands. There are a lot of beggars and thieves, so do not talk to strangers and watch your possessions. If you have any questions, ask Metro employees.
If you do not have much luggage, you might prefer to go from Milano Centrale to the center on foot. It will take about an hour, however, walking is the best way to know the city.
The most famous Milan’s landmark is its Duomo, the cathedral. The huge beautiful building, its statues, and stained-glass windows cannot but impress. The ticket costs around 3 euros. You can purchase another ticket to get on the roof and see a beautiful panorama of the city.