Flights Milan to London

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Departure Fri, 31 Mar Return Sun, 02 Apr
LIN Milan
LCY London
return from £655
Departure Tue, 25 Apr Return Fri, 28 Apr
LIN Milan
LCY London
return from £97
Departure Tue, 25 Apr Return Thu, 27 Apr
LIN Milan
LCY London
return from £120
Departure Tue, 25 Apr Return Fri, 28 Apr
LIN Milan
LCY London
return from £229
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Few cities compare to London, recognised globally as a cultural mecca with a thriving entertainment scene.
Cost of living comparison
Hotel
Average room price per night
37%

Accommodation is 37% more expensive in London than in Milan.

Milan
£51.47
London
£70.74
Train
Local, one-way ticket
92%

Trains are 92% more expensive in London than in Milan.

Milan
£1.3
London
£2.5
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
15%

The average meal is 15% more expensive in London than in Milan.

Milan
£12.99
London
£15
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
19%

A taxi fare in London is 19% cheaper than in Milan.

Milan
£4.33
London
£3.5
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
111%

Coffee is 111% more expensive in London than in Milan.

Milan
£1.24
London
£2.62

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Milan

Tourists visit Milan for fine dining, high fashion, forward-thinking culture and history. The city has three airports situated around the city, where Milan to London flights leave regularly. Although Linate is the closest to the centre of Milan, most passengers travel from the main airport of Malpensa, which is situated further away but is much bigger and one of the busiest airports in Italy. Malpensa is also the oldest airport in Milan, dating back to 1909. Linate is mostly used for domestic flights but does operate some European and intercontinental flights as well. Bergamo Airport (otherwise known as Orio Al Serio Airport) is a new airport which caters to mainly low-cost airlines.

Travel to Milan airport

Flights from Milan to London may leave from either Linate, Malpensa or Bergamo. The two main airports that are closest to the city are Linate Airport and Malpensa Airport. Malpensa is the largest of the three airports, located 19 miles north west of the city. It has both a regular shuttle service (approximately 1 hour) and direct rail connection from the centre of the city (30-40 minutes). Linate Airport is much closer to the city centre, only 5 miles away and is served by the urban bus line number 73. Bergamo Airport is 28 miles away, connected to Milan by coach companies such as Terravision, Autostrada and the Orio shuttle in around 60 minutes.

Arriving in London

With so much to offer, millions of visitors visit London each year. Whether you choose to go shopping on Regents Street, enjoy the city's fine dining or embrace culture at one of the many galleries around the city, you'll be spoilt for choice on how to spend your time. Despite London's size, main sights such as the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and countless museums are all within walking distance or a short tube ride from each other. It's a city that never sleeps and as the sun goes down, there's plenty of entertainment to be found in the West End theatre district, Soho or out east in trendy Shoreditch.

Travelling to the city centre

Milan to London flights may arrive into Heathrow (west), London City (city centre), Gatwick (south), Luton (north west) or Stansted (north east). The city centre is easily accessed by public transport from any of the airports. Heathrow Airport is served by the Heathrow Express connecting to Paddington Station (15-20 minutes) or the underground Piccadilly line runs to the city centre in about 40 minutes. From Gatwick you can take the Gatwick Express or Thameslink services to London Victoria Station. Luton Airport has a combined shuttle bus (10 minutes) and train (35 minutes) to St Pancras. From Stansted Airport there's a direct train to Liverpool Street (about 40 minutes). London City is already in the centre.