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FlixBus offers convenient and affordable bus travel to Milan. Prices start at just $2.99, depending on your starting location.
Milan has 12 bus stop(s): Cormano - Cusano Milanino (motorway A4 eastbound), Cormano - Cusano Milanino (motorway A4 westbound), Milan (Assago M2), Milan (Autostazione Molino Dorino), Milan (Lampugnano bus station), Milan (San Donato M3), Milan (Sesto S.G. 1° Maggio M1), Milan (Stazione Centrale - MXP Shuttle), Milan (Stazione Centrale - Orio Shuttle), Milan (Stazione centrale - Hotel Gallia), Milan (Stazione centrale - Linate shuttle), Milan Rho Train Station. Check out the map on this page to find the address of your stop!
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Things to do in Milan

About Milan

Milan is the capital city of the north Italian region Lombardy and one of the most important industrial regions of the country. One of the city’s most popular attractions is the formation of its mixture between modernity and history, which attracts, amongst our bus passengers, designers and artists from all over the world. Due to its past of being a rich business and finance epicenter the city is still home to some major banks, the Italian Stock Exchange and the largest media companies. After your bus has arrived in Milan you can easily reach the city center with the subway and begin your exploration of the fashion capital of the world.

Places of Interest in Milan

When your bus arrives in Milan you should definitely visit the Milan Cathedral, which is known as the landmark of the city and its rooftop will provide you with an outstanding panoramic view of Milan’s picturesque skyline. Located directly next to the cathedral is the “Piazza del Duomo,” the main city square which encompasses many of Milan’s most attractive buildings, such as the Arengario Palace now used as an art gallery. North of the square you will find one of Europe's most magnificent shopping malls, “Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II,” where you can experience some of the highest end fashion in the world showcased through some of the most spectacular designers. However, it is not only the fashion that is impressive in Milan, in 1778 the “La Scala” was opened. This is one of the most important opera houses in the world and is located just a short distance from the Brera district which houses some of the finest galleries and art collections in Italy. In this area of the city you can enjoy a cappuccino from one of the many cafes and bistros, or simply browse through some of the boutiques and art galleries. A main highlight for our bus travelers is a visit to the “Santa Maria delle Grayie,” this church is not only a preserved UNESCO World Heritage Site, but is also where Leondaro da Vinci’s famous painting “The Last Supper” can be found.

Culture and History of Milan

In ancient times the Italian capital was known as ‘Mediolanum’ where it became the capital of the Western Roman Empire and an important center for Christendom at the time of the fourth century bishop of Milan, Saint Ambrose. From the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries the Duchy of Milan was ruled by the two famous families: Visconti and Sforza. When your bus arrives in Milan you will not be disappointed as there is an array of sights and buildings that cover countless time periods from Gothic to Renaissance. This deep and rich sense of culture reverberates throughout the city and is prominently captured every year by the Ambrosian Carnival.

Nightlife in Milan

Milan is not only a paradise for history, art and cultural lovers, but also for those who would like to explore an array of bars and restaurants in the city and make the most of the evenings then Milan is the place to travel to. As the famous expression “Milano da bere” explains in a nutshell that Milan is the perfect place to enjoy a drink or two, you will be spoilt for choice especially in the neighbourhoods Ticinese and Navigili, located South of the city’s old town. Along the canal banks of Milan you will be spoilt for choice with many cafes and restaurants. So how about enjoying a glass of wine in an Italian bistro and trying the Milan delicacy “Risotto Milanese” before you hop back on your bus to take you back home!

Interesting Facts about Milan

Many famous Italian artists and musicians were born in Milan, or chose to move to Milan due to its culture and diversity. Among the many greats are the playwright Alessandra Manzoni, the composer Guiseppe Verdi and of course Leonardo da Vinci. When you travel by bus to Milan, you are still able to see traces and remains of da Vinci’s work. A particular recommendation would be to visit the art museuem “Musello della Scienza e della Tecnologia” where you can see some of his visionary machinery models. The patron Saint of the city, Saint Ambrose, had a large influence on not only the religious side of Milan but also an effect in the political side of the city. Each year on the 7th December there is a public holiday in the city which is known as “Saint Ambrose’s day.” If you are choose your bus travel to take you to Milan at this time, you could go to “La Scala,” the world famous opera house, who’s annual season traditionally starts on Saint Ambrose’s day.

Surrounding Areas of Milan

If you would like to travel by bus to Milan to explore the surrounding areas of the city, then taking a trip to Bergamo could be the right decision for you! Situated only 40km’s from Milan, Bergamo is a listed old town which attracts many visitors due to its archaic and preserved buildings and its world renowned gastronomy. Racing enthusiasts should definitely consider a trip to Monza, where the Formula 1 track “Autodromo Nazionale Monza” track can be found. If you would like to relax and take in some of Italy’s most beautiful sites before traveling back home again, then you should visit the small village Taino. From here you will have a unique and striking view of Lake Maggiore, Italy’s second largest lake.

Buses to Milan

Find the most affordable buses to Milan

With FlixBus, it’s easy to travel to Milan, as 292 rides are available starting from only $2.99 depending on the departure city, date and time. Also, Milan has 12 FlixBus bus stops, so reaching the city center it's pretty simple. Booking a coach ticket to Milan is effortless: you can book on our website or through the FlixBus App. If you prefer paying cash or if you're a last-minute traveller, you can also get your ticket at our shops or aboard the FlixBus. Booking in advance with our app guarantees the lowest fares, and you get your ticket digitally in the app, so you don't have to print your ticket before hopping onboard, sitting back, relaxing and enjoying a comfortable ride to Milan!

Why traveling to Milan with FlixBus

You can get to Milan from 292 different cities, and when it’s time to move on, there are as many connections from Milan to other destinations. No matter the journey, bus travel is always a better and more sustainable choice than other means of transportation (on a person/km basis, traveling by bus is more environmental-friendly than driving, flying and, in certain countries, even going by train). Plus, when you ride with FlixBus, you can offset your CO₂ emissions by clicking the CO₂ compensation box when you book your ticket, helping the planet and supporting us towards our sustainability goals! You can get your ticket at one of our service desks and pay cash or with a payment card. You can also book it on our website or our FlixBus app with a credit card, PayPal or Google Pay if you're a more digital person. Then you can look forward to enjoying our onboard services including free Wi-Fi, plenty of legroom, comfortable seats and power outlets.

Onboard services

Reserve a seat when you book your FlixBus ticket to Milan online or in the app. Whether you want peace and quiet or to sit close to your friends, we've got seat reservation options that suit everyone. Choose a classic seat or a table seat if you need a little extra space to work or relax. You can also go for a panorama seat on the bus front for a great view or book a spare seat next to yours and enjoy that extra space. There's no need to worry about what to pack when you travel with FlixBus, as we offer hand luggage and check-in luggage to every traveller. After stowing your luggage, head to your seat and enjoy our onboard services, including free Wi-Fi on most buses. All our buses have toilets and power outlets.

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