Milan is located right in the centre of Europe and it is very well linked with the main European and non European cities, thanks to an efficient network of air and train connections.
Milan has two main international airports, Malpensa and Linate: the first one is connected to the city centre by rail from Terminal 1 and bus service from Terminal 2, while the second one is only 7 km away from the centre of Milan.
The airport of Orio al Serio (Bergamo) is also a good choice for those who want to fly with a budget airlines and make use of a quick train or a comfortable bus to reach Milan.
Milano Centrale is the main railway station; it has been recently renewed and it can be considered an architectural masterpiece. It offers connections to almost all Italian and many European cities, such as Barcelona, Geneva, Munich, Paris, Stuttgart, Vienna, Zagreb and Zurich.