If you’ve chosen Milan Linate Airport, also known as Enrico Forlanini Airport as your port of call, you can reach Milan city centre in just 20 minutes with a hire car. This airport is closer to the city centre than Milan Malpensa Airport, which is on the opposite side of the city.
There is a great essence of Rome within Milan, evident from the remains of the large amphitheatre on Via de Amicis and also the Columns of San Lorenzo, amongst much more. Discover it all on a trip here.
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Things to See and Do in Milan
The Piazza del Duomo is Milan's main square. The Duomo di Milano, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and Palazzo Reale are all located on this famous city square. The Duomo di Milano boasts 3,500 statues and 135 spires. There are also 5 bronze doors which took 500 years to complete. Visitors can take the lift to the roof where they are rewarded with breathtaking views of the Alps on a clear day.
Like many Italian cities, Milan is not without a clock tower. It can be seen in the distance, located on Via Mercanti. This street connects Piazza del Duomo to Piazza Cordusio, Milan's other main city square.
Day Trips From Milan
Take a trip to Monza which is best known for its Grand Prix circuit, the Autodromo Nazionale Monza. This plays host to the Formula One Italian Grand Prix each year. There are other sights to enjoy in Monza such as the Romanesque-Gothic Duomo along with the museum inside. View the Iron Crown which was allegedly made with one of the nails from the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Explore Lake Maggiore, which is easily reached with a rental car. Enjoy some time at the lower lake area and view wonders such as the Romanesque Church of Santa Maria. Take to the road and marvel at the mansion houses and fantastic scenery in this part of Italy. Head towards the coast and you will find the city of Genoa. Explore the medieval city centre, and wander through the working port area. Visit a wide variety of museums and art galleries alongside the Palazzo Reale amongst many more.