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Bellagio to Malpensa Airport

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We have a 10:30 a.m. international flight from Malpensa -- we're staying in Bellagio -- should we:

1. rent a car to get to the airport
2. take a taxi (cost prohibitive?)
3. take the ferry then the train (which i believe would take us into Milan, then back out to the airport).

The owner of the apt. indicated its about 1 hr. 40 minutes to get to airport by car.

If we rented a car, we would have to add on time for returning the rental - and what are the roads like (i.e., signage, easy to navigate?)

If we take a taxi, they'd drop us at the gate.

What is the argument for taking the ferry/train option? Timing? better than car?

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