Milan–Malpensa Airport, also named City of Milan Airport and formerly City of Busto Arsizio Airport, is the largest airport for the Milan metropolitan area in northern Italy. It serves 15 million inhabitants in Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria. It is the largest airport of Milan, and one of the three in the Milan influence area.
Malpensa has Two Terminals and it is the largest airport in Milan,
Terminal 1 is divided into three sections:
1A: handles domestic and intra-Schengen flights.
1B and 1C: handles non-Schengen and some intercontinental flights.
Terminal 2 is used by Low Cost Carriers (currently only EasyJet).
There is also a dedicated cargo terminal called “CargoCity”.
Malpensa Milano airport is 50kms far from Milan city center, and is well connected by:
Trains, Bus, Taxi, and by car.
Malpensa was the 25th busiest airport in Europe in 2012 in terms of passengers, handling 18,537,301 passengers in 2012. Is the second busiest aiport in Italy after Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in terms of total passengers. The next biggest airport in Italy is Venice airport.
What to do in Milan. You will be spoiled your self and run out of time with things to do in Milan from sight seeing to eating or shopping off course Milan is the home one of the best designer cloths no need to say more. There is so much to do and see in Milan below is just a few things we have listed for you.
Milan Cathedral (Italian The Duomo di Milano)
Milan Cathedral (Italian The Duomo di Milano) is one of the most visited sights of the city. It is the cathedral church of Milan, dedicated to dedicated to St Mary of the native (Santa Maria Nascente), it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan. The Gothic cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete and it is the 5th largest church in the world and the largest in Italy.
Leonardo’s Last Supper & Santa Maria delle Grazie
Visiting Leonardo’s Last Supper & Santa Maria delle Grazie is must see if you coming to Milan and it is on the top of the things to see or do list for majority of the visitars in Milan. The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is one of the most striking monuments of Lombard Renaissance. The Church was built between 1466 and 1490 under the direction of Guiniforte Solari.
The refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie forms an integral part of this architectural complex, begun in Milan in 1463 and reworked at the end of the 15th century by Bramante. On the north wall is The Last Supper, the unrivalled masterpiece painted between 1495 and 1497 by Leonardo da Vinci, whose work was to herald a new era in the history of art.
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