Turkish Airlines offers 20 different flight alternatives in average every day from Milan to Tel Aviv. All operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST) or Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in Istanbul, flights in this route take off from Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) and land at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV). Note that the passengers may be required to change airports during their layover at Istanbul in some occasions, as the point of arrival at Istanbul may not be the next point of departure to Tel Aviv.
The duration of the journey from Milan to Tel Aviv varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 6 to 15 hours. Turkish Airlines turns the layover time into enjoyable moments for its passengers. If your layover at Istanbul is between 6 to 24 hours, you may make use of the sightseeing service Touristanbul offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines and have a chance to see the attractions in charming Istanbul instantly.
Located in the northern Italy, Milan is among the cities with highest touristic value countrywide, as well as being a modern and developed metropolis. As a landmark in fashion under the spotlight of the entire world, Milan is an extremely attractive destination by its cultural diversity and creative side.
The city where gothic buildings blend with modern structures hosts numerous galleries serving in every branch of art, and museums fascinating by their rich collections. Drawing interest by its glorious halls where striking theatre and opera performances are held, Milan can be visited at all seasons thanks to its favorable climatic conditions. The religious and historic artifact Milan Cathedral is regarded as the city’s icon which extends over an area of 12 thousand square meters. The popular historical artifact as the world’s oldest market, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is another noteworthy attraction, the important part of the constant shopping in the city. The historical castle known as Castello Sforzesco is an extremely spectacular complex serving as a museum today.
Milan has two airports to manage the city’s air traffic: Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) and Milan Linate Airport (LIN). Most of the flights from Milan by Turkish Airlines take off from Malpensa Airport (MXP).
The most preferred means of transport for reaching Malpensa Airport (MXP) from the city center is the trains called Malpensa Express. Setting off from Cadorna and Centrale, these trains reach the terminals 1 and 2 in the airport easily. You may then transfer to the free shuttle train to reach any terminal within the airport.
Train services operated once in every thirty minutes from Cadorna Station which is integrated with the subway, to airport take nearly 40 minutes. Trains you may get on from Centrale, on the other hand, operate in every thirty minutes as well, heading towards the airport following the route Milan Bovisa and Milan Porta Garibaldi stations.
Passengers preferring to use the buses for getting to Malpensa Airport (MXP) may use the buses setting off in every 20 minutes from Centrale. It takes nearly 40 minutes to reach the airport by these vehicles. In addition to all these options of public transport, you may reach the airport comfortably also by the cabs serving 7/24 all around the city.
As the most significant and largest city in Israel, Tel Aviv is situated along the east coast of the Mediterranean. Established in the Ancient Jaffa Port dating back Before Common Era, the city has now expanded towards the north. A destination which can be visited at all seasons thanks to the Mediterranean climate effective in general, Tel Aviv shines out by its coastal line and splendid beaches.
The White City of Tel Aviv as included in UNESCO World Heritage List is the top popular tourist attraction in this lovely town. Evoking admiration by nearly 4000 artifacts made of Bauhaus style, this district is truly worth-seeing, attracting a considerable number of tourists every year. Furthermore, the Old Jaffa, a brilliant port which has inspired many legends is one of the most delightful spots in the city. The Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv University campus serves with numerous visual and audial elements, arousing interest of especially those wishing to conduct cultural surveys. The Azrieli Tower where you can see almost any spot in the city from above is the favorite of the tourists for enjoying the local tastes and trying the outstanding dishes of the world cuisine in its first class restaurant.
There are two airports serving in Tel Aviv: Sde Dov Airport (SDV) is used only for domestic flights, whereas Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV) hosts the international flights. Accordingly, passengers holding a flight ticket to Tel Aviv with Turkish Airlines land at Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV).
Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) is located 10 kilometers east of Tel Aviv city center. There are the options of buses, shuttles, trains and cabs to reach the center. The most preferred means of public transport would be the buses, setting off from the top floor of the terminal building. It is possible to reach many spots in the city by following the timetable of buses displayed on the screens. You may directly get to Jerusalem via the bus numbered 485 as well.
Another popular alternative for reaching Tel Aviv from the airport is the railway. Operating from the terminal 3 in the airport, the trains reach Tel Aviv Savidor Center Station in a very short period. Moreover, you can always use the cabs to reach anywhere in the city in a comfortable way.