Milan Transportation By Car: Milan is located at the centre of the Po Valley plain. The city has road connections from the Piedmont and Aosta Valley regions to Friuli and Venezia Giulia and towards Switzerland, Liguria and Emilia-Romagna. A1 is the main connection to Northern and Southern Italy which is called the Autostrada del Sole or the Milano-Napoli. A4 is connecting Milan to East-West from Torino to Trieste, exiting at Milano-Ghisolfa and Milano Est. A8 connects Milan to Varese. A9 connects the city to Switzerland and A7 to Genova. SS33 comes from Spluga up to the river Adda. Milan is surrounded by ring roads which is called tangenziali in Italian. The Tangenziale Ovest on the west is the ring road of Piedmont and Liguria. The Tangenciale Est on the east is the ring road of the Autostrada del Sole and the eastern cities like Brescia, Verona, Venice and Trieste. By Plane: Milan has an international airport called Malpensa 2000 (MXP). It is located close to the towns of Busto Arsizio and Gallarate. It is easily reached by Malpensa Express from the city centre from Cadorna Station and Stazione Centrale (Central Station). The airport is about 46km away from Milan. The distance between Milan and the airport takes about one hour. Apart from Malpensa Express, it could be reached by bus departing from the main Milan Station in Via Lampugnano or through Line1 subway station in Via Lampugnano. Linate (LIN) is the second airport close to Milan. It is also called the Forlanini Airport. It is 5km away from the city centre and connected to the city by bus departing from the railway station or by bus line 73 departing from Piazza San Babila. The distance between Piazza San Babila and Linate Airport is about half an hour.turkeyarena.com The third airport close to the city is Orio al Serio (BGY) which is located close to Bergamo. There are also airports in the region such as Vergiate, Venegono, Bresso, Voghera and Montichiari.