Paris offers a memorable experience, the centre of style, art, culture, architecture and exceptional cuisine.
Trains in Paris are 10% cheaper than in Milan.
A meal in Paris is 20% cheaper than a meal in Milan.
A taxi fare in Paris is 20% cheaper than in Milan.
Coffee is 119% more expensive in Paris than in Milan.
The city Milan is Lombardy region's capital and is home to over a million residents. Commuters have the option of using one of three airports in the city. Milan Malpensa Airport is the most important international airport with two runways and two terminals. It offers facilities convenient to passengers such as restaurants, banks and waiting rooms. The second airport is Milan Linate Airport, which is the closest to the city. Linate features several amenities with a variety of dining spots, bars and stores suitable for passengers. Bergamo Airport (Orio al serio International Airport) is the third airport serving the Milan area. It benefits from comfortable amenities and services for passengers.
The three airports are easily accessible by public transport. E-vai – a car sharing scheme using eco-friendly vehicles – is also available at these airports. To get to Milan Malpensa, you can take a taxi, coach or use a shuttle service. By car, the A8 or A4 highways will take you to the centre. The Malpensa bus and Trenord-Malpensa Express can be boarded at the central station. Linate is served by taxis, coaches and buses. To drive to the airport, you can get on the A4/A51 if coming from the north or A35-Brebemi from the east. Lastly, Bergamo Airport is reachable by buses and taxis. Trains only go to the central station and not the airport.
The romantic city of Paris never fails to impress with its alluring architecture, treasure-filled museums and outstanding landmarks. Visit the Louvre and admire the epic Mona Lisa as well as exceptional collections. Marvel at the Eiffel Tower or amble along the chic Champs-Elysees. While there, make sure to indulge in some shopping. Big name fashion houses call Paris home and even if you don't buy, browsing through those gorgeous collections is just awesome. The restaurant scene is also unmissable for the French are known for their fine cuisine. As dusk sets in, there's enough to do in Paris which is just waking up to celebrate with bars buzzing and theater houses alive with performances.
Flights from Milan to Paris will land at one of two airports serving Paris: Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) or Paris Orly Airport. From CDG, you can take a taxi to the city or use shuttle services. There are several buses that go to the centre as well and the Metro rail and train (RER B and SNCF main lines) are other options. If driving to the centre of Paris, take the A3 or A104 and A4. Orly Airport offers easy and convenient transport services downtown. Bus lines 2, 3, 4, 19, 350 and 351 are available as well as rental cars and taxis. To drive from Orly to Paris, take A6B, E5 or A86.
high variability in their service each time I fly through there.
Orly doesn?t have tgv railway station