Milan Linate Airport (LIN)
Orientation and Maps
A city of culture, fashion and architecture, Milan is located on the northern side of Italy, to the east of Turin. Close to the Swiss border, Milan is full of cobbled piazzas and history, although Milan is also an important city of commerce.
Points of interest nearby Milan include its two airports, of which Linate Airport (LIN) is the closest, being located just minutes to the east. Also close to the city, Dugnano, Monza and Paderno can be found to the north, while Busto Arsizio is situated to the west and San Donato Milanese to the south-east.
Milan Linate Airport (LIN) Maps: Important City Districts
The historic centre of Milan comprises a large cluster of narrow streets, located within the inner Cerchia dei Navigli area and the ancient city walls. A good point of reference in this part of Milan is the Piazza del Duomo, from which you can easily walk to most of the city's main sights and shops, with many galleries and boutiques located in the Quadrilatero d'Oro district.
Two large parklands can be found in the centre of Milan. Both the Giardini Pubblici and the Parco Sempione offer important recreational areas and are used extensively both locals and visitors to the city. Further attractions lie close to Milan city centre and are best reached by a combination of walking and public transport, including many modern art galleries and museums.