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Traveling between the world's two great fashion capitals is simple. Travelers can choose to fly, take a bus or a train. If you are in a hurry, flying is the best option, taking 90 minutes to reach Paris Orly or Charles de Gaulle. However, an overnight bus or train may be a more comfortable option.
Return trips from Paris to Milan are also available.
Buses from Milan to Paris are a comfortable and cheap way to travel between the two cities. Megabus, Flixbus, Ouibus and Baltour all offer buses from Milan to Paris. The fastest buses take 11 hours 30 minutes to reach central Paris, but the journey can take 13 hours or more - so be sure to check the schedules before booking.
Trenitalia runs a daily Thello express train from Milan Centrale to Paris Gare de Lyon. This train from Milan to Paris takes 10 hours 50 minutes to reach its destination and leaves at 11:05 p.m. everyday. This makes it a great option for backpackers who want to miss a night's accommodation. Alternatively, you can take a TGV train from Turin, after catching a Trenitalia transfer from Milan's Porta Garibaldi station, which takes between 8 and 9 hours.
Flights from Milan to Paris are the most convenient way to travel between these two cities, with departures every hour. Airlines making the journey include Alitalia, Air France, Vueling and EasyJet. Flights take off from Malpensa, Bergamo and Linares airports. Flight time from Milan to Paris is approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes.