Transfer from Milano Malpensa Airport to Padua
Milan Malpensa Airport is an intercontinental airport and is almost a three-hour drive away from Padua. Since many passengers are taking long flights they often choose the comfortable, reliable and affordable GoOpti transfer from Milan Malpensa Airport to Padua.
The start of the transfer
After you have landed at Milan Malpensa Airport and you have recovered your luggage and passed through the border control, your GoOpti van will be waiting for you in front of Exit 10 on the ground floor of Terminal 1. One day before the booked transfer, GoOpti will send you an SMS and an e-mail containing the exact location and time of departure. When you arrive at the pick-up location, the GoOpti driver will introduce himself and check if all the passengers who have booked the transport are present. The driver will also take care of all your luggage and make sure it is safely stored in the back compartment of the vehicle. After all the passengers are safely and comfortably seated and have fastened their seat belts, the transfer can begin.
The course of the transfer
There are 278 kilometers between Milan Malpensa Airport and Padua and the GoOpti transfer usually lasts two hours and 45 minutes. Your GoOpti vehicle will take you from Milan Malpensa Airport to the W64 motorway and then join the A4 highway towards Padua.
The GoOpti drivers have to stop for a 15-minute break every two and a half hours of driving. Since the transfer from Milan Malpensa Airport to Padua lasts less than three hours, one obligatory stops has to be organized. Passengers can always ask for an unplanned break. The first break, which can last up to 15 minutes, can be organized at the request of just one passenger. For every additional break all the passengers must come to a consensus.
Where we will drop you off
GoOpti can drop you off at nine different locations in Padua. You can also decide to get dropped off at your home address, in front of your workplace or at any other location of your choosing.
Padua is a city in Veneto, northern Italy. It is the economic and communications hub of the area. It hosts the University of Padua, founded in 1222, which hosted lectures by Galileo Galilei. The city is picturesque, with a dense network of arcaded streets opening into large communal squares, and many bridges crossing several channels of the Bacchiglione river, which once surrounded the ancient walls like a moat.
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