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Enterprise Boutique Hotel & Spa ★★★★
Corso Sempione, 91
Milan is served mainly by Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP), located around 40 km / 25 mi northwest of Milan city centre and around 47 km / 29 mi from the hotel.
The airport is well served internationally, with many airlines operating flights from most capitals and other major cities across Europe. It also serves a major base for EasyJet.
Milan's secondary airport, Linate Airport (LIN), is located just 7 km / 4 mi east of the city centre and 12 km / 7.5 mi from the hotel.
It is not as well-served as Milan-Malpensa, however it does receive flights from across Europe and serves as a base for Alitalia.
Orio al Serio International Airport (BGY), also known as Il Caravaggio International Airport (and unofficially as Milan-Bergamo Airport) is located 3.7 km / 2.3 mi south of Bergamo and 56 km / 35 mi from the hotel.
This airport is also less well served than Milan-Malpensa, however, it does receive a receive a number of flights from across Europe, notably with Ryanair.
From Milan Malpensa:
- The Malpensa bus express and shuttle buses run from the airport to Fiera Milano City every 20 minutes and take around 45 minutes. It is then a 10 minute walk to the hotel.
From Milan Linate:
- From the airport, take the 73 bus to Piazza Cinque Giornate. From here, take the tram line 19 and get off at C.So Sempione Via E. Filiberto. The hotel is only 2 minutes' walk away up Corso Sempione. In total the journey should take around 1 hour.
From Bergamo-Orio al Serio:
- Take the bus from the airport to Stazione Centrale (Central Station). From here you can either take the bus line 91 and get off at V.le Certosa V.le Serra, taking around 40 minutes and walk 8 minutes to the hotel. Alternatively, take metro line 2 or 3 and change to line 5, getting off at Domodossola, 10 minutes' walk from the hotel.
There are two tram stations near to the hotel: Firenze, served by lines 1, 14 and 19, and Sempione E. Filiberto, served by lines 1 and 19.