Lombardy
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Bergamo: Bus Transfer to/from Milan City Center

1. Bergamo: Bus Transfer to/from Milan City Center

Book a convenient airport transfer in advance and save the hassle of your commute. Relax on a comfortable, air-conditioned bus between Bergamo Airport and Milan, with no extra fees for luggage. If arriving at Bergamo Airport, simply locate the bus located just outside the arrivals hall. Arrive in a central location in Milan city center in close proximity to taxis, the metro, and public bus transport options. Departing from Milan city center, hop on the bus at the exit of the "Piazza Luigi di Savoia" train station. Save yourself from navigating the public transportation system and take comfort in the fact that all vehicles are regularly maintained to high hygiene and quality standards.

Milan: Direct Transfer between Malpensa Airport and Center

2. Milan: Direct Transfer between Malpensa Airport and Center

Book your fast and convenient airport transfer in advance and save. Take advantage of the special price with no booking fee and included luggage. Sit back and relax on comfortable and air-conditioned buses. Travel from Malpensa Airport to Milano Centrale railway station in the city center, or vice versa. From the bus stop in the city center, you can easily reach your hotel on foot, or by bus or Metro. If traveling in the other direction, it is recommended to choose a bus that will arrive at the airport at least 2 hours prior to your scheduled flight departure time to allow time for check-in.

Serravalle Designer Outlet Roundtrip Bus from Milan

3. Serravalle Designer Outlet Roundtrip Bus from Milan

The Serravalle Outlets, Europe's largest designer brands shopping mall, is located just an hour away from Milan. You can shop ‘til you drop on this shopping trip, while enjoying discounts of 30-70 percent! You’ll find dozens of stores offering a wide array of the world's most renowned designer brands. The prices are well below what you would find in retail stores. In fact, there are more than 170 stores to choose from, featuring the top names in Italian designer fashions, including Gucci, Versace, Zegna, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, and Prada. You’ll find top sports labels as well, such as Nike, Adidas, and The North Face. The outlet stores are housed in buildings that reflect Ligurian-Piedmont style and are all linked by tree-lined pedestrian walkways. You’ll find spots to sit, relax, and perhaps sip a latte before heading on to the next outlet shop to find the next great bargain!

Milan: 1-, 2-, or 3-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

4. Milan: 1-, 2-, or 3-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

Take advantage of this pass for Milan’s open-top hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus and enjoy panoramic views of the city. This ticket gives you access to 4 separate but connecting bus loops and allows you to jump off at the attractions you want to explore further. Choose from commentary available in 10 languages via audio guide and hear facts about notable buildings like the Opera House and the Castello Sforzesco. You'll also learn about local food, including the recipe for Cotoletta alla Milanese and the history of the panettone. Buses run every 60 minutes, and should you need further information on board, assistants will be happy to help you with tips about monuments, shops, restaurants, and walking tours. Take the full Line A loop in 75 minutes, or hop off to explore any of the following attractions: Line A:  Stop 1 - Castello Stop 2 - Cadorna Stop 3 - Cenacolo Stop 4 - Corso Magenta Stop 5 - Duomo Stop 6 - Manzoni - Scala Stop 7 - Manin Stop 8 - Moscova Line B: Stop 1 - Duomo Stop 2 – La Scala Stop 3 - Manin Stop 4 - Repubblica Stop 5 - Palazzo Lombardia Stop 6 - Stazione Centrale Stop 7 - Buenos Aires Stop 8 - Porta Venezia Stop 9 - San Babila Line C: Stop 1 - Castello Stop 2 - Acquario Stop 3 - Garibaldi Stop 4 - City Life Stop 5 - Casa Milan Stop 6 - Mico - Congress Centre Stop 7 - Lotto -Montebianco Stop 8 - Lido Stop 9 - Ippodromo Stop 10 - Stadio San Siro Stop 11 - Lotto - Monterosa Stop 12 - Buonarroti Stop 13 - Pagano Stop 14 - Conciliazione Stop 15 - Parco Sempione Line D (from April to October): Stop 1 - Castello Stop 2 - Cadorna Stop 3 – Cenacolo Stop 4 - Navigli Stop 5 – Via Olona Stop 6 – Corso Magenta Stop 7 – Duomo Stop 8 – La Scala Stop 9 - Brera

Milan: Bergamo Airport Transfer

5. Milan: Bergamo Airport Transfer

Flying can be stressful so remove a worry from your list by choosing a coach transfer between Milan city center at Milan Central Station and Bergamo Airport. Wi-Fi and air conditioning are included for a comfortable stress-free journey straight to and from the airport. If you are flying very early in the morning it is not a problem. The first transfer services are there to suit your schedule. The trip usually takes approximately one hour but early in the morning, with no traffic, the travel time is greatly reduced.

From Milan: Serravalle Outlet Return Shuttle Transfer

6. From Milan: Serravalle Outlet Return Shuttle Transfer

Your experience will begin as you depart in the morning from Milan from either Central Station, the Corso Buenos Aires, and Piazza Duomo. From there you will travel to the Serravelle Outlet where you can spend the day at your leisure. Enjoy a shopping experience at the largest outlet in Europe, saving up to 70% on some of the world's most iconic brands: Gucci, Prada, Saint Laurent, Fendi, Off White, Burberry, Givenchy, Jimmy Choo, Polo Ralph Lauren, Loro Piana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace, Ermenegildo Zegna, Moncler, Nike and many more. Your return time from Serravalle will be in the late afternoon and you will be dropped off back to one of the three tour meeting points.

Bus Transfer from Malpensa Airport and Milan Central Station

7. Bus Transfer from Malpensa Airport and Milan Central Station

The airport bus transfer is the most convenient option between Milan Central Station and Malpensa Airport T1, T2. Depart from Milan Central Station at Via Sammartini, on the corner of Piazza IV Novembre and arrive in front of the departures lounge at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. When arriving at the airport, find the buses at Terminal 1, exit number 4, and at Terminal 2, exit number 7 in order to get to Milan in a safe and convinient way. On request the buses stop also in Viale Teodorico, near Portello metro station.

Milan 48-Hour City Pass: Discover Milan With One Card

8. Milan 48-Hour City Pass: Discover Milan With One Card

See the best of Milan at your own pace, and save money with a handy 2-day Milan Pass, offering free entrance to museums, and discounts at affiliated businesses worth more than EUR 300. Your Milan Pass is valid for 48 hours from the moment you pick it up, and is available with 2 exclusive transport options to get the best out of your stay. Choose a Milan Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Ticket and tour the city on board the open-top double-decker bus. Available 7 days a week, the bus runs over 3 lines with more than 40 stops. Learn more from the on board audio commentary, available in 8 languages (including 3 exclusive commentaries for kids). A Milan Pass with ATM Public Transport Ticket gets you access to 5 metro lines and more than 100 tram and bus lines. Enjoy free, unlimited 48-hour travel on the city’s public transport system using one simple ticket. You can even purchase the full package and get a Milan Pass with both the hop-on hop-off sightseeing ticket, and access to the ATM public transport system. Enjoy free entrance to city attractions such as: Access to the Duomo Cathedral Rooftop terraces (by lift) La Scala Museum and Theatre Pinacoteca Ambrosiana Highline Galleria Museum of Science and Technology Triennale Design Museum Casa Milan – Mondo Milan Museum Leonardo 3 – “The World of Leonardo” interactive museum Vigna di Leonardo – Leonardo’s Vineyard Bagatti Valsecchi Museum Museo d’Arte e Scienza – Art and Science MuseumNavigli Canal Cruise (spring/summer period)Shuttle bus to outlet stores

From Milan: Bernina Express with Panoramic Carriages

9. From Milan: Bernina Express with Panoramic Carriages

From up among sparkling glaciers and down to a land of palms, the Bernina Express offers a change of scene like no other. No other railway links north to south in such a wonderful manner on trains with glass-topped panoramic cars. In the morning, depart by bus from Milan Piazza della Repubblica to the cosmopolitan city of St. Moritz. Upon arrival, enjoy time at your disposal for a panoramic walk along the lake area, some shopping, or sweet-tasting in one of the delicious local pastry shops. In the afternoon, head over to the train station and get seated in one of the panoramic carriages on board the Bernina Express Train bound for Tirano. Experience one of life’s finest cultural and natural-world experiences on a train that traverses no fewer than 55 tunnels and 196 bridges, easily tackling inclines of up to 70 mm/m along the way. Admire the view as the train travels into the mountains. Gaze in awe at the panoramas of the Morteratsch Glacier and the world-famous Montebello Curve. Continue past the lakes of Lago Bianco e Laj Neir up to Alp Gruem. Arrive in Tirano before boarding a bus to make the return journey to Milan with a scheduled arrival in the late evening.

From Bergamo: Food and Wine Experience in Franciacorta

10. From Bergamo: Food and Wine Experience in Franciacorta

Take a day trip from Bergamo to the Franciacorta region for a winery visit and a tasting session of the new world's finest bubbly. Escape the city in a private air-conditioned minivan with free wi-fi connection. You will enjoy a three-course lunch in a traditional restaurant in the heart of Franciacorta and taste some of the most prestigious wines of the region. After lunch, visit one of the most historical and representative wineries in Franciacorta for a guided tour and tasting accompanied by an expert sommelier. Learn about the history of those famous Italian sparkling wines and the main phases of their production process. Explore the underground cellar which hosts the bottles during the second fermentation phase and finish your winery tour with a tasting of two Franciacorta wines paired with local salami and cheese. In the afternoon, coast along the Franciacorta Wine Route to catch some of the most breathtaking spots of Franciacorta and Lake Iseo. Passing through the hillside vineyards, see for yourself why this region is renowned as an icon of the best of Italian sparkling wines.

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What people are saying about Lombardy

We used this service from Malpensa Airport and to Bergamo Airport. We had good experiences both times. From airport there were not so much travellers but to airport there were so many that it is worth to arrive at meeting point 20 minutes before. When we went to airport, we didn’t know when bus will leave so texted GetYourGuide customer service and within 3 minutes we got the answer. So everything went smoothly. Highly recommended.

You get everywhere in Milan by bus. Are 4 routes. Nice staff. We were there in the May holiday. Calm period.

Todo genial, el autobús muy cómodo, se llega rápido. Lo recomiendo!

I was a nice experience. The outlet has many designers brand.

It was good. The guide was great answered all questions.