Trains in Milan are 40% cheaper than in Amsterdam.
The average meal is 30% more expensive in Milan than in Amsterdam.
Taxis are 30% more expensive in Milan than in Amsterdam.
Coffee in Milan is 44% cheaper than in Amsterdam.
The urban conurbation of Amsterdam is a pleasant place to live, work and visit. Its main airport, Schiphol Airport features modern facilities and fitted with six runways and one large terminal with seven piers. In addition to the 58.2 million passengers that pass through the airport, Schiphol also handles high volumes of cargo. There are 322 destinations worldwide served by 108 airlines. Duty-free shops, restaurants, baby care stations and banking facilities are offered at the airport. For those who wish to nap or shower before a long-haul flight, there are hotels within the terminals.
It is easy to reach Schiphol Airport from the centre of Amsterdam. Taxis are the most efficient method if you have many bags to transport; they can be booked through your hotel or if you prefer a location-based app such as Uber, you can also opt for this. The railway system in the Netherlands also works well and you can get on a train from the Central Station downtown to go to Schiphol. By bus, use the Amsterdam Airport Express bus 197 that is linked to Rijksmuseum, Leidseplein and Museumplein. Another way to reach downtown is to drive in a rental car.
There is no denying that a visit to Milan might change your mind forever. With a proud and rich history behind it, the city is a delightful combination of the new and the old. Admire fine architecture, visit churches and cathedrals or gape at the masterpiece of one of the most celebrated sculptors/painters of all time, Michelangelo. Whether you are looking for haute couture or hunting vintage items at an open market, Milan is just that kind of city where you can easily lose yourself with everything it offers. It's not a shabby place either to enjoy fine dining or explore the action after dark with an abundance of restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs.
There are several airports that serve the needs of passengers on flights from Amsterdam to Milan: Malpensa Airport and Linate Airport. From Malpensa to the centre, you can use taxis or drive in rental cars (use A4or A8). It is also possible to hire a car with driver. Other methods of getting downtown include car sharing and trains. The city centre is just 7km from Linate Airport. It is accessed by private car, bus and coach. A third airport that is also used by passengers is Bergamo's Orio al Serio Airport catering mostly to budget airlines. From this airport to Milan, shuttle services and buses are the most practical options in addition to driving.
Well supported by local transport hard to find a quiet corner way too many exclusive expensive shops