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Fly from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP)
Milan grew to prominence in the late Middle Ages as a center for trade and commerce. Today, it still draws people from around the world as a center of fashion and design. Nestled in the Southern Alps, the city’s mountains are a perfect complement to its architecture.
You can fly from New York to Milan in under eight hours and see why the city still captivates visitors. A number of airlines offer nonstop flights from New York to Milan, including Air France, British Airways and Delta.
Facilities at Milan-Malpensa Airport
Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP) is served by American, United and numerous international carriers. Direct flights from New York to Milan originate out of John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK).
When you fly from New York to Milan, you will land about 50 minutes outside of the city. Taxis are available, and up to four passengers can share a single cab. Fare from MXP to Milan’s city center will cost around $95. Light rail service is also available, and it leaves every 30 minutes from Terminal 1 to the city's main train station between 5:30 a.m. and midnight. Travelers arriving at Terminal 2 can catch a free shuttle bus to the Terminal 1 train station.
Things to Do Near Milan-Malpensa Airport
This city of over 1.5 million residents is an architectural treasure trove. Many of the grandest buildings can be found in the historic district, which can be covered on foot. The Duomo Cathedral is one of the best-preserved examples of Gothic architecture in Europe. Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper can be found on a wall of the refectory next to the Basilica di Santa Maria Delle Grazie. Even one of the city’s most famous galleries, the Brera Art Gallery, is housed in a beautiful 18th-century convent.
Many come to Milan to shop for famous name brands like Gucci and Prada. Milan’s golden quadrilateral is the place to go for upscale shopping. Many visitors are also drawn to the Galleria Vittorio next to the Plaza del Duomo. It is one of the world's first shopping malls, and it features signatory arched glass and a cast-iron roof. In Milan, fashion is king, and new clubs seem to spring up overnight. To mix in with a younger crowd, you should head toward inexpensive dives around Ticinese. For upscale bars and dance clubs, visit the financial district. If you just want a drink with the locals, try the Brera and Navigli districts.
Hints and Tips for Milan-Malpensa Airport
Flights from New York to Milan are usually busiest during the winter months. They are particularly popular during the Carnival season in late February when residents party through the night prior to Lent. Milan’s favorite pastime is soccer, and the city is home to two teams: A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano. The city also has four professional basketball teams.
Milan's restaurants are a favorite of Michelin and a center for northern Italian cuisine. Many of the best are in the historic district. An average meal for two will cost you between $60 and $70. When you visit Milan, be sure to pack for the weather. The city features average high temperatures in the upper 30s Fahrenheit during the winter and the uppers 70s Fahrenheit during the summer.
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