Information & Facts
The Sheraton Hotel and Conference Centre can be found within
walking distance of Terminal One.
Metered taxis are available outside Arrivals and cost about
EUR70 to central Milan, taking around 50 minutes. Ensure that the
taxi has a sticker on the windscreen saying 'Taxi autorizzato per
il servizio aeroportuale lombardo'. This denotes the metre is
adjusted for the route and that you will pay the displayed fare.
Reserve a taxi in advance by calling (0)3 293 890 448.
Parking at Milan Malpensa Airport comprises 9000 bays, split
between the two terminals. P1 charges EUR4 per hour, with a maximum
charge of EUR26 per day. P2 (long-term) charges EUR22 per day up to
4 days, after which a flat fee of EUR85 is charged for 10 days, and
EUR8 per day thereafter.
Car rental companies at Milan Malpensa Airport include Auto
Europa, Avis, Budget, easyCar.com, Europcar, Hertz, Locauto,
Maggiore, Sixt, Targarent and Thrifty.
Train: A train station is located in Terminal 1 and offers
transport to the Milano Cadrona Station in central Milan. Travel
time is 40 minutes and a one-way ticket costs EUR9, or EUR12 for a
Taxi: Taxis are situated outside the arrivals hall. The duration
of the trip into town is 45-60 minutes, depending on traffic, and
the fare is between EUR70 and EUR80.
Bus: Malpesa Bus Express buses run regularly (every 20-30
minutes during the day) from both terminals to Milan Central
Station. The journey time is approximately 50 minutes and fare is
EUR4.50 to EUR6.50.
Tel: +39 02 7485 2200 or +39 02 7485 3852.
Money and communications: ATMs, currency exchange post
Luggage: There are left luggage facilities in Terminal 1 and a
lost and found service.
Conference and business: Numerous VIP airline lounges offer
business facilities, including workstations, Internet and telephone
access. A business centre in Terminal 1, Arrivals B, is open to all
passengers. Facilities include Internet and telephone access,
meeting rooms and a translation service.
Other facilities: Facilities include medical centres, pharmacies
and a chapel.
Wi-fi: Wi-fi is available in the arrivals lounge, check-in and
boarding lounge, in addition to various restaurants and bars. To
gain access, users must have a subscription with any authorised
operator, or purchase access time via the instructions presented on
screen upon attempting to connect.
Information: There are several information desks located
throughout both terminals.
Shopping: With approximately 35 retail outlets, including
duty-free stores, you should find something to suit your needs and
your budget. Popular shops include Emporio Armani, Bijoux Terner,
BM 39, Boggi, Bottega Verde, Bric's, Brooks Brothers, Cerruti,
Etro, Ferrari Shop, Furla, Gucci, Hudson News, Ingram and Less is
More, to name a few.
Food and Drink: Dining options range from snacks and fast foods
to gourmet, Asian and, of course, Italian cuisine. Noteworthy
venues include Briciole Bar Dolci e Salate, Ciao, Grill Gourmet,
Harry's Bar, La Galleria, Mc Donald's, My Keby, Obika Mozzarella
Bar, Pizza Chef, Sky Lounge and the Wine & Food Restaurant.
Bars and cafés include ACafé, Gran Café, Moká and Time Café.
The official language of Italy is Italian. English is
understood in the larger cities but not in the more remote parts of
The Euro (EUR) is the official currency, which is divided into
100 cents. Those arriving in Italy with foreign currency can obtain
Euros through any bank, ATM or bureaux de change. ATMs are
widespread. Travellers cheques can be exchanged with ease in the
large cities, not so in the smaller towns. Credit cards are
accepted in upmarket establishments and shops around the cities.
Banks are closed on weekends, but tend to have better rates than
casas de cambios.
A shuttle bus service transports passengers between the two
terminals every 20 minutes, which you can also use to get into the