CHEAPEST ROUTE FROM Bucharest TO Milan
Bucharest Otopeni Intl Airport (OTP) to Bergamo (BGY)
Typically, flights to Milan from Bucharest are cheaper when flying from Bucharest Otopeni Intl to Bergamo Orio Al Serio, which has an average price of $64
|CHEAPEST MONTH TO FLY TO MILAN FROM BUCHAREST OTOPENI INTL AIRPORT||January||52% cheaper||Flying from Bucharest Otopeni Intl Airport to Milan costs on average just $32 in January|
|MOST EXPENSIVE MONTH TO FLY TO MILAN FROM BUCHAREST OTOPENI INTL AIRPORT||August||66% more expensive||It costs about $110 for flights to Milan from Bucharest Otopeni Intl Airport in August|
|MOST POPULAR MONTH TO FLY TO MILAN FROM BUCHAREST OTOPENI INTL AIRPORT||November||643% more users visited||More momondo users searched in flights to Milan from Bucharest Otopeni Intl Airport in November than any other month|
A city that is always on the move, Milan is big, fast-paced and creative. Milan’s love for fashion and soccer is legendary, while its awe-inspiring art and architecture draws tourists from all over the world. Spring months from April – May are a good time to visit the city before the summer crowds roll in. You can also avoid the large crowds in fall, from September – October. However, Milan Fashion Week for women commences in September, so try to book your accommodation in advance to get a choice of rooms at reasonable prices. November – March sees a dip in temperature as well as tourism. The weather is cold and wet, but this is a good time to score attractive deals and bargains on room rates and cheap flights to Milan. The peak tourist season is from June – August. Summers are hot and average temperatures range from 80 – 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Festivals such as Milan Food Week and Milan Film Festival also take place during this time.
The best price found on momondo to Milan was $11/pp from Bordeaux, which is 98% cheaper than the average flight price to Milan. To find the cheapest price to Milan from your area, use momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
The month of January is, on average, the cheapest month to fly to Milan from United States, with most prices found around $483. The month of March is another great option to travel to Milan, with average flight prices from United States averaging around $495.
The best time to book a flight to Milan from United States is 60 days out, which is when prices tend to be around $588. However, flight prices might be lower outside of this timeframe. For example, people recently found flights to Milan from United States for as low as $252 on momondo.
Our data shows that Tuesday is the least expensive day to fly to Milan. Tickets to fly out on this day can be as low as $569. The most expensive day to fly to Milan is Friday, with ticket prices averaging around $645.
In the morning is the cheapest time of day to fly from United States to Milan when you can find flight prices for as low as $526. Flying to Milan in the morning is an ideal time because this is during off-peak travel hours. Flights to Milan are more costly in the evening, with an average ticket price of $590. Departure times in the evening fall within the peak daily travel times, which is why tickets can be more expensive.
When planning your flight to Milan, it is important to be aware that some months are not as ideal as others. Specifically, the month of May could carry a higher chance of rain, as Milan sees up to 5.1 inches or more. There are still things to do in Milan even when it's raining, but be aware that rain is highly probable in the area. Those looking for a great museum with interesting exhibits should take time out of their trip to Milan to go see Castello Sforzesco. Castello Sforzesco is particularly popular with tourists when the weather in Milan is not ideal. For those looking to get out of the rain and do a little shopping, check out Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
During the warmer months, hikers around the Milan area find that parks like Parco Sempione are the best for taking long walks with their families and/or pets. Those looking for this type of experience are likely best suited to fly to Milan in September.
Those flying to Milan could potentially find better pricing at Milan Malpensa Airport (25 mi from Milan city center), Bergamo Orio Al Serio Airport (29 mi from Milan city center) or Parma Airport (70 mi from Milan city center) depending on the month and departure airport.
Bergamo Orio Al Serio Airport has an average price of $293 per person and is typically the cheapest airport to fly into when visiting Milan. This average price does vary based on departure city. Try momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool to find the cheapest flight.
Italy has restricted most foreign nationals into the country until at least March 5, with the exception of nationals and residents of the EU, the Schengen area, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City, travelers with a long-term residence permit or a long term "D" visa issued by Switzerland or an EEA Member State. Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand may also enter the country. Until April 6, Italy has suspended all direct flights to and from the UK. Anyone who has been in the UK in the previous 14 days will not be permitted entry into Italy. With the exception of nationals, residents, or those with essential reasons including urgent work, health needs or study requirements. The reason for travel must be declared in writing (by the passenger using the self-declaration). A ban on air traffic and on entry into Italy for anyone traveling from Brazil or who has stayed in/transited through Brazil in the 14 days preceding entry into Italy. There are currently no exceptions. A ban on air traffic and on entry into Italy for anyone traveling from Austria or who has stayed in/transited through Austria for more than 12 hours in the 14 days preceding entry into Italy. There are currently no exceptionsEntry requirements
All foreign travelers must complete a self-declaration form and present it to the authorities upon arrival. Travelers must present a negative molecular or antigenic test result issued within 48 hours prior entering Italy. Traveler arriving from Vatican City and San Marino are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 test result. Travelers wanting to visit the regions of Sardinia, Sicily, Apulia, Calabria must register on their websites before arrival and follow their travel regulations. Regional governments in Italy may also impose restrictions on travelers from certain foreign countries, and travelers intending to travel or return to Italy are advised to check whether any new provisions have been introduced by their region of destination.Quarantine requirements
Travelers arriving from EU countries without a negative molecular or antigenic test result issued within 48 hours prior entering Italy are subject to temporary isolation and health surveillance. Travelers arriving from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand are subject to a 14-day self-isolation. Travelers from countries not listed above are only allowed to enter for specific reasons (such as work, health or study, or absolute urgency, returning to one's home, domicile, or dwelling) and not for tourism. Travelers arriving from this group of countries will be required to fill in a self-declaration form specifying the reason for entering/returning to Italy and are subject to a 14-day self-isolation.All other info
Italy has extended the ban on non-essential travel between its regions until March 27.
From U.S. cities, you have direct international flights to Milan through Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, American Airlines, Emirates, and Alitalia. Other airlines offering flights with 1 or more stops include, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Finnair, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Norwegian, Air France, SAS, Royal Air Maroc, KLM, Korean Air, Ukraine International, jetBlue, Virgin Atlantic, Iberia, TAP Air Portugal, EgyptAir, Turkish Airlines, Etihad Airways, Vueling Airlines, Swissair, Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways, and many more.
MXP is located approximately 30 miles northwest of Milan city center and offers several options to travel from the airport to various parts of Milan.
The Malpensa Express train operates from both Terminal 1 and 2 of the airport and reaches Milano Centrale station in 50 – 60 minutes. Trains run every 30 minutes and a one-way adult ticket costs €13.00 EUR.
Terravision-operated coaches run between Milan Central station and Terminal 1 and 2 of the airport every 20 – 40 minutes. The journey time is approximately 50 – 60 minutes and one-way adult fare is €8.00 EUR. Coaches run by Autostradale also have similar frequency, journey time and fares. If you choose to travel by the Malpensa Shuttle, a one-way trip costs €10.00 EUR, and the journey time is 45 – 50 minutes.
Several taxi companies operate from MXP and offer rides to Milan city center for a flat rate of €95.00 EUR. Taxis are available from the ground floor exit gate #6 at Terminal 1 and exit gate #4 at Terminal 2.
E-Vai, Milan’s eco-friendly car sharing program offers a pool of over 100 vehicles. The tariff is €5.00 EUR with no additional mileage costs for electrical vehicles and €2.40 per hour plus €0.48 per kilometer for low impact endothermic vehicles. At MXP Terminal 1, there are 4 vehicle spots and 2 columns with 4 top-up payment stations.
Several car rental companies are present in the arrivals hall at Terminal 1 of the airport. At Terminal 2, all car rentals are located at the railway station, adjacent to the airport. You can also look for attractive deals on car rentals with momondo.
Milan is a large city with an efficient and inexpensive public transportation system operated by ATM. This includes subways, buses and trams that connect all of Milan and its surroundings. A single ticket costs €1.50 EUR and is valid for 90 minutes for a single journey on any of the ATM run transport systems. A 1-day ticket costs €4.50 EUR and allows unlimited use on all ATM transport for the day. Taxis are easily available at taxi ranks throughout the city as well as outside major attractions and central hotels. You cannot hail a taxi directly in the streets in Milan. If you are planning to explore the outskirts of the city or neighboring town, driving is a convenient option. However, try to avoid driving within the city, since parking is scarce and expensive, and large parts of the city are closed off to motor vehicles.
Milan is a gorgeous city with many hidden treasures. It’s chic neighborhoods offer kitschy vintage shops, creative street art, and some of the finest culinary creations in the world. Here are a few suggestions on what to see and do when you travel to Milan.
Indulge in Milan’s culinary offerings
Sample hearty meats and flavorful cheeses at the Eataly Milano Smeraldo. Enjoy a traditional Italian dining experience at Da Rita e Antonio. Checkout some creative pizzas at Dry Milano. Taste delicious seafood at the charming old-world trattoria, Da Giacomo. Head to Carlo e Camilla in Segheria, for a stylish ambience and seasonal tasting menus.
Bike around the city
Biking is a fun and unique way of exploring Milan and bike culture is also a growing trend amongst locals. Milan’s official bike share program, BikeMi offers access to over 3,650 traditional bikes and over 1,000 e-bikes, 365 days a year, from 7.00 a.m. – 1.00 a.m. at approximately 300 bike stations in the city. For traditional bikes, maximum consecutive free use is 30 minutes at a time, followed by a charge of €0.50 EUR for every additional half hour. E-Bikes can be picked up at €0.25 EUR for the first 30 minutes, followed by €0.50 EUR for the next 30 minutes, and a differential pricing for every half hour thereafter.