Turkish Airlines offers 20 different flight alternatives in average every day from Milan to Tbilisi. Operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST) or Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW), flights in this route take off from Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) and land at Tbilisi Airport (TBS). There may be differences on the point of arrival and the next point of departure to Tbilisi during the layover at Istanbul. That is to say, passengers may be required to change the airports in layover. The duration of the journey between Milan and Tbilisi varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 7 to 27 hours. Nevertheless, Turkish Airlines offers great chances to turn your layover at Istanbul into an enjoyable break. If your layover in this enchanting city is between 6 to 24 hours, you may benefit from the sightseeing service Touristanbul offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines, providing a chance to explore instantly the beautiful Istanbul.
Located in northern Italy, Milan is amongst the both historic and contemporary metropolises countrywide. As a landmark in shopping and fashion, this splendid city shines out also by its historic and cultural prosperity. Offering a spectacular and fresh landscape by its verdant parks, Milan hosts both the most striking models of the Gothic architecture, and the works of modern settlement.
Duamo di Milano, known as the Milan Cathedral is the icon of the city, covering an area of nearly 12 thousand square meters. Opened to visit after a construction process of 500 years; this sumptuous building ranks among the top largest European cathedrals. As the world’s oldest bazaar, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II still is a significant spot for shopping, whereas the historic Opera Hall named La Scala is an outstanding building as the center of art. Moreover, Sforzesco, a popular icon both as a castle and museum complex is a noteworthy must-see spot in Milan.
There are two airports serving in Milan: Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) and Milan Linate Airport (LIN). Flights from Milan with Turkish Airlines take off from Malpensa Airport (MXP).
The most preferred means of transport for reaching Malpensa Airport (MXP) from the center would be trains named Malpensa Express. Departing from Cadorna and Centrale, these trains reach the terminals 1 and 2 in the airport. Thereafter, you may use the free trains operating between the terminals to reach anywhere you wish in the airport.
Another option would be the subway. It is possible to reach the airport within 40 minutes by the subway serving in every thirty minutes from Cadorna. Those preferring the bus services may use the municipal buses operating in every 20 minutes from Centrale. The journey with these buses takes between forty minutes to an hour. Apart from the buses, airport shuttles also serve from Centrale to the airport.
Those interested in private transport rather than the public may get to the airport comfortably via the cabs available all around the city.
The Georgian capital Tbilisi increases its popularity day by day as the historical and touristic destination countrywide. Divided into two by the charming Kura River flowing through, Tbilisi is in high demand today by its pretty bridges over the river, its palatable local cuisine, historical heritage and its well-preserved cultural values remaining from its deep-rooted past.
Evoking admiration by the verdant nature of the Caucasian region, this delightful capital’s most noteworthy icon is Narikala, known as the Tbilisi Fortress, situated on a hill above the city. The impressive Botanical Garden right behind the Fortress shines out as another attention-grabbing spot in the city. Another hill, Sololaki, hosts the attractive Kartlis Deda Monument, watching the city from the top. Sameba Cathedral, drawing interest by all its glory in the middle of the city, is flooded by a large number of visitors every year as the largest cathedral countrywide.
Located 17 kilometers to the city center, Tbilisi Airport (TBS) is the sole airport serving in the city. Passengers holding a flight ticket to Tbilisi with Turkish Airlines land at this airport.
It is possible to use the buses, railway or cabs to reach the center from Tbilisi Airport (TBS).
Buses numbered 37 and 137 setting off from the airport reach the central spots in the city like the Liberty Square, Rustaveli Street, Republic Square and Tamar Bridge. You may also take the trains operating frequently in every 15 minutes and reach the center within nearly an hour. However, it would be recommendable to keep in mind that these trains serve only between 08.45 and 18.05.
In addition to all these, you may use the cabs serving on the way out the airport 7/24 and comfortably reach anywhere in Tbilisi.