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Flights from Los Angeles to Milan, Italy

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Airport information before you fly from Los Angeles to Milan

Some helpful tips for your trip to Milan

  • How to get to Los Angeles airport

    The LAX FlyAway bus service connects LAX with Los Angeles. Buses depart from each of the airport’s nine terminals every 30 minutes. LAX FlyAway buses travel to Hollywood, Long Beach, Union Station (Downtown Los Angeles), Van Nuys and Westwood. A journey from LAX airport to Downtown takes 45 minutes. The average ticket price for adults is $3 and for children is $2 – see the LAX FlyAway site for full details of fares and routes.

  • How to get from Malpensa Airport to Milan

    The easiest way to get to Milan from Malpensa airport is the Malpensa Express train, which runs directly from Terminals 1 and 2. The Terminal 1 station is located on the basement level, while the Terminal 2 station can be reached via a footbridge.

    Trains from Terminal 1 start at 05:43 and from Terminal 2 at 05:37. The last trains depart at 22:43 from Terminal 1 and at 22:37 from Terminal 2, and the journey takes just under an hour to reach Milano Centrale station.

    A single ticket costs €13 and can be bought on the platform. Find more details about ticket fares and departure times at www.malpensaexpress.it

    Alternatively, there is a shuttle bus that runs from both terminals and takes around an hour. To get the best price buy your tickets on board, usually around €10 one way. The service runs every 20 minutes and saves time if you arrive at Terminal 2. For more information visit: www.malpensashuttle.it/en.

Top reasons to go to Milan

Milan

When you’re visiting Milan, it’s hard to miss that it’s the capital of fashion. There’s plenty of sartorial sightseeing to be done, whether you’re people-watching the glam locals from a café, or touring (and shopping) the city’s many boutiques. But there’s more to this city than couture. It’s a hub of contemporary design, fine dining, and home to centuries of history and culture.

Best things to do and see in Milan

Shopping in Milan takes you to some of the most beautiful parts of the city. Start at 10 Corso Como, a legendary fashion boutique, bookshop, gallery, restaurant, bar, and hotel where you’ll find avant garde fashion by big names (for the same names at more affordable prices, head to the excellent 10 Corso Como outlet, which is just five minutes away). The pedestrianised street, lined with fashion stores, harks back to the halcyon days of the 1980s and 1990s. The neighbouring streets Via Solferino and Corso Garibaldi are also worth wandering down.

Alongside fashion, design is part of the fabric of the city. If you’re flying to Milan in April, be sure to check out Milan Design Week, an annual celebration of all things design that’s the largest fair of its kind in the world. For a taste of the city’s design credentials, head to Rossana Orlandi, a charming gallery, design shop and café in a former tie factory in the Magenta neighbor renowned for showcasing emerging designers.

Any visit to Milan should take in the Piazza del Duomo – where you’ll find the grand Gothic cathedral of Milan, which took six centuries to complete. Also here is the spectacularly skylit Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Italy's oldest shopping mall, which is home to haute couture, some of the city’s oldest restaurants and five-star hotel, Town House Galleria. La Rinascente is another department store worth checking out while here, famous for it’s elaborate window displays. For some of the best views of the Duomo, head up to the rooftop Mozzarella bar, Obicà.

For more Milanese history and culture, head to the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent. This 15th century church is home Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. Make sure to purchase tickets in advance to avoid queues. See another of da Vinci’s masterpieces – the frescoed ceiling of the Sala delle Asse – at Castello Sforzesco. Or see a classic Italian opera at Teatro alla Scala, an ornate 18th century opera house in the centre of Milan.

Take in some more contemporary culture on your trip to Milan at Fondazione Prada. The gallery, co-chaired by Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli, is home to stunning permanent installations by the likes of Louise Bourgeouis, and an excellent programme of temporary exhibitions and events. This is also where you’ll find Bar Luce, a restaurant designed by cult auteur Wes Anderson to look like a traditional Milanese café.

Visitors to Milan are spoilt for choice when it comes to food, with everything from traditional trattorias serving up hearty cotoletta alla Milanese (breaded veal cutlet) to pizzerias and fine dining. Vegans and vegetarians (and everyone else) should head to Joia, one of the world’s few Michelin-starred vegan restaurants.

Useful facts

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Flight time

11h (approx.)


Voltage

220 V


Currency

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