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Cheap flights from Manchester to Milan

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Manchester MAN
Milan BGY
one way
Fri 01 Nov
Manchester MAN
Milan MXP
one way
Fri 01 Nov

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Flights from Manchester to Milan

Looking to fly Manchester to Milan?  We’ve got all the essential information you need to know right here, before you book your cheap Ryanair flights from Manchester to Milan.


Manchester Airport Overview

Manchester is one of the busiest airports in the United Kingdom and as such, you’ll find many restaurants and cafes to help you relax and unwind before your flights to Milan from Manchester. Manchester Airport also has a large duty free for any last-minute shopping you need to do as well as a bureau de change for changing your currency from pounds to euros. 


Orio al Serio International Airport Overview

Orio al Serio International Airport is the third busiest airport in Italy. There are a few different modes of transport you can take to reach Milan city centre from the airport. Terravision buses are the cheapest way to get from Orio al Serio Airport to Milan (Milano Centrale Railway Station – Piazza Luigi Savoia). Orio Shuttle also connects Orio al Serio Airport and Milano Centrale. It runs every 30 minutes between 3 am and 12 am (midnight). 

Orio al Serio Airport doesn’t have a railway station. However, visitors can take a bus to Bergamo train station and from there take a train to Milan. Planning to rent a car during your stay? Check out Ryanair Car Hire for great deals.


What to Expect on arrival at Milan?

If you book cheap flights to Milan from Manchester in the summer, you can look forward to some very nice weather, with temperatures getting as hot as 30°C in July. However, if you are visiting during the winter, you’ll want to wrap up in layers as temperatures can dip as low as 2°C. 


Five fun facts about Milan

  • The world-famous fresco of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci can be found in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • The Duomo di Milan is the fifth largest cathedral in the world and is one of Milan’s major tourist attractions. It took more than five centuries to build and it is still being worked on to this day
  • The aperitif tradition belongs precisely to Milan people, and in general, this tradition is one of the oldest Italian gastronomic customs. Aperitifs are finger food meals which traditionally consist of appetizers with perfectly complementing cocktails.
  • The city has been recognized as the world’s fashion capital and the world's design capital, thanks to several international events and fairs, including Milan Fashion Week and the Milan Furniture Fair, which are currently among the world's biggest in terms of revenue, visitors and growth
  • One of the strangest traditions in Milan is spinning on the bull’s testicles in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Built in 1877 by Giuseppe Mengoni, he died weeks before his 14-year project was completed. So, to avoid similar bad luck tourists and Milanese alike head for the mosaic of the dancing bull (said to mark the spot where he fell) to grind their heels firmly into its testicles.


From Manchester to Milan: Practical Information

Some practical information to have before your cheap flights from Manchester to Milan: Be sure to change your currency from pounds to euros and to bring an adaptor for any electronic devices you pack for your Manchester to Milan flights. There are many transportation options to choose from in Milan, but if you would rather not rely on public transport you can rent a car from Ryanair Car Hire to get some fantastic deals. Before your Manchester to Milan flights it’s worth checking out Ryanair Rooms to help you find somewhere to stay in Milan and to save you money on your next Ryanair flight.