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Flights Milan - Berlin

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Departure Fri, 13 Aug Return Sun, 15 Aug
MIL Milan
BER Berlin
return from 64€
Departure Tue, 17 Aug Return Sat, 21 Aug
MIL Milan
BER Berlin
return from 67€
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Berlin is replete with a fascinating history, hipster culture, modern art and a nightlife that rocks.

Currency and cost comparison
Local, one-way ticket

Trains are 50% more expensive in Berlin than in Milan.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Berlin is 30% cheaper than a meal in Milan.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi fare in Berlin is 30% cheaper than in Milan.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 80% more expensive in Berlin than in Milan.

Milan airports
  • ( Malpensa (MXP)
    How far from city centre: 39 kms
  • ( Orio Al Serio (BGY)
    How far from city centre: 46 kms
  • ( Linate (LIN)
    How far from city centre: 8 kms
  • ( Giuseppe Verdi (PMF)
    How far from city centre: 117 kms
Berlin airports
  • ( Tegel (TXL)
    How far from city centre: 8 kms
  • ( Schoenefeld (SXF)
    How far from city centre: 17 kms
  • ( Tempelhof (THF)
    How far from city centre: 6 kms
  • ( Brandenburg (BER)
    How far from city centre: 26 kms
K Distance: 842 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Milan

Milan is an important economic and financial centre as well as a renowned fashion capital. It is served by three airports. Milan Malpensa is the international airport, a major transport hub in northern Italy. It has two terminals and two parallel runways. Over 74 retail stores and dining places are offered to passengers as well as parking and car hire. Linate Airport, the secondary airport in Milan, serves both domestic as well as international routes. Meeting rooms, VIP lounges, shops and banks are available on site. Milano Bergamo Airport is the third airport serving the city; it offers modern amenities including car parks, stores and restaurants.

Getting to Milan airport

All three airports are accessible by public transport. To get to Malpensa, take the Terravision or Autostradale coach from the Central station. Trains (Trenord-Malpensa Express) also go to the airport from the Central or Piazza Cadoma stations. Linate is just 7km from downtown Milan and served by coach from the Central Station and Urban line 73 (bus). Both Malpensa and Linate are accessible by rental vehicles and taxis. Bergamo is about 45km from Milan. The most common forms of transport are trains, buses and cars besides shuttle and private van services. Note that there is no train station at the airport but bus line 1 operates on a regular schedule.

Getting to Berlin

Berlin is a powerhouse boasting many fine attractions, there is never a dull moment for visitors who seek to explore the city. Walk along its charming streets, admire exquisite treasures in museums and visit ornate cathedrals. Don't miss the historic Berlin Wall, a symbol of what the country is all about today. Enjoy the finer things in life and discover international cuisines. Even if you are not going to buy something, its glitzy boutiques are a feast for the eyes and filled with luxurious displays. At night, life begins as you explore another dimension of the city with bars, clubs and lounges that will entertain you with their exciting vibes and animated people.

Getting to the city centre

Berlin has two airports: Berlin Tegel Airport and Berlin Schönefeld Airport. Passengers on flights from Milan to Berlin will land at one of these transport hubs. Tegel Airport has good bus connections to the centre (TXL or X9 JetExpressBus, routes 109 and 128). If you are driving a rental car, join highway A111 (autobahn). Other means of reaching the airport include taxis and trains. At Schönefeld Airport, a railway station links passengers to the centre using S-Bahn and regional trains. You can take S9 or S45 with final stops at Pankow and Sudkreuz, respectively. To drive into the city, use highway A113. Taxis and car rentals are alternatives to reach Berlin centre.

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