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Bus from Gallipoli to Milan Malpensa Airport

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Journey Summary

Typical Journey Time - 15 h 10 min | Bus Departs - Gallipoli | Bus Arrives - Milan Malpensa Airport | Buses on This Route - Marino

Currency
27 Jan | 16:30
Gallipoli Bus Station
15 h 10 min 1 Bus Change

28 Jan | 07:40

Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal 1
M-TICKET
Marino
47.22 GBP 1
27 Jan, 16:30 14 Hours, 15 Mins 28 Jan, 06:45 Gallipoli Bus Station
Milan Lampugnano
Change of bus | 0 Hours, 35 Mins layover in Milan Lampugnano
28 Jan, 07:20 0 Hours, 20 Mins 28 Jan, 07:40 Milan Lampugnano
Milan Malpensa Airport Terminal 1
mobile-phone M-TICKET (Show QR code upon entering the bus, no need for printed ticket)
47.22 GBP

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    Useful Information for Gallipoli and Milan Malpensa Airport

    Get on the bus in Gallipoli
    Gallipoli

    Start your journey in Gallipoli. Gallipoli (Turkish: Gelibolu) is a peninsula locality in north-western Turkey, close to Istanbul. The Gallipoli Peninsula is the site of extensive First World War battlefields and memorials on the north bank of the Dardanelles Strait. It is a commemorative site for the Allied (British Empire, France) and Turkish forces who fought, died and were wounded there. The Gallipoli Campaign also known as the Battle of the Dardanelles was very costly for both sides, and casualties and losses amount to 220,000 with a 59% casualty rate for the Allied forces, and 253,000 with a 60% casualty rate for the Turkish forces. The battle resonated profoundly among some nations involved. In Turkey, the battle is perceived as a defining moment in the history of the Turkish people—a final surge in the defence of the motherland as the centuries-old Ottoman Empire was crumbling; and in Australia and New Zealand, the then perceived duty to serve their "Mother Country" Britain, resulted in their military defeat, but their sacrifice and heroism marked the birth of a separate national consciousness in both of these countries. The Gallipoli peninsula is one of the most sacred sites for the Turkish nation, with many monuments such as the Monument of Martyrs erected in the honor of the Turkish soldiers who died in the Battle of the Dardanelles against the Allied forces, whose defeat staved off a potential invasion of Turkey. The victory over the Allies is celebrated on 18 March as Çanakkale Zaferi (Çanakkale Victory), every year, with tens of thousands of Turks attending the events on the battlefields and memorials. The area around Anzac Cove is particularly significant for Australians and New Zealanders, whose armies received their baptism in fire on the cliffs there, and carved a fine military reputation under extreme adversity and enormous loss of life; and this military disaster marked the beginning of a separate Australian and New Zealand nationhood. The 1915 landings and battles are commemorated by Australians and New Zealanders on ANZAC Day, 25 April, every year. At this time especially, Gallipoli becomes a place of pilgrimage for many Aussies and Kiwis who want to honour the memory of their forbears.

    Get off the bus in Milan Malpensa Airport
    Milan Malpensa Airport

    Starting in Gallipoli, you can be in Milan Malpensa Airport in just 15 h 10 min with Marino. Book today from just £47.22 with easyBus.com.. Milan Malpensa Airport (Milano Malpensa; MXP IATA) is the main airport for the city of Milan and the Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria regions of northern Italy. It is the country's second-busiest airport, and one of its two intercontinental hubs, the other being Fiumicino Airport at Rome. It is located 40 km north-west of Milan, near the towns of Gallarate and Busto Arsizio. It is not Milan's only airport nor the closest to the city centre – the smaller Linate Airport on the east side of Milan is 8 km from the city centre.

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