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4-Day Italian Lakes Tour from Milan

4-Day Italian Lakes Tour from Milan
Duration:
4 days
From:
USD 1021.20
Enjoy 4 days and 3 nights Italian lakes departing from Milan. You'll have the chance to discover the most important lakes of the northern Italy: the small Lake Orta, the refined Lake Maggiore, the luxurious Lake Como, the amazing Lake Garda, the picturesque Lake Iseo. You will enjoy trips by boat on the main lakes and visits of beautiful towns such as Como, Bergamo and Verona.

Half-Day Bike Tour Around Milan with Alfa-Romeo Museum and Noble Villas Visits

Half-Day Bike Tour Around Milan with Alfa-Romeo Museum and Noble Villas Visits
Duration:
4 hours
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<p>This tour is designed for those who would like to explore Milan outskirts by riding a bike along the water channels and through the corn fields just outside the city, and to take a look at 2 astonishing 16th century Villas. The tour includes also a visit the the Alfa-Romeo Museum.  </p>

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Milan Linate Airport (LIN) Information


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Milan Linate Airport

Where is Milan Linate Airport?  


Famous for its position at the centre of the Italian fashion marketplace, and on the world's design stage, Milan is where fashion aficionados and their hangers-on descend twice yearly for spring and autumn fairs.


The most modern of all Italian cities, Milan still honours its history. Among the city's most famous sights are the La Scala opera house, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper.


Milan Linate Airport (IATA: LIN, ICAO: LIML), officially Airport Enrico Forlanini or Enrico Forlanini Airport, also referred to as Milano Linate Airport, or simply Linate Airport, is located 7.8 kilometres (4.8 mi) east southeast of central Milan, in Milan province, Lombardy region, Italy. LIN Airport is situated in Linate, a district of the nearby town of Peschiera Borromeo town. The airport is officially named in honour of aeronautical pioneer Airport Enrico Forlanini, who was born in Milan.


In 2012, Milan Linate Airport served 9,229,890 passengers, making it the 3rd busiest airport in Italy, and the 46th busiest in Europe. Linate Airport handles domestic and some short-haul international flights. 


LIN is one of three airports serving Milan, along with Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) and Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY)


The busiest international routes from Milan Linate Airport within European Union are Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Bucharest, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Madrid and Paris.


The busiest domestic routes from Milan Linate Airport are Alghero, Bari, Brindisi, Cagliari, Catania, Lamezia Terme, Naples, Olbia, Palermo, Reggio Calabria and Rome.


Your best bet for a Milan Linate Airport transfer is a private bus. Details on all options are included in this guide.


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Additional Milan Linate Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 28 Nov 2016