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GETTING TO MILAN BY TRAIN AND UNDERGROUND

Milan can be reached by train. We recommend choosing the stations of Milano Centrale, Milano Garibaldi or Milano Cadorna, where you can take the Metro to get around.

GETTING TO MILAN BY PLANE

The site of the airport company "SEA Aeroporti di Milano” is www.sea-aeroportimilano.it.

Linate | Airport Links – City of Milan
From the Airport: Line A.T.M.  bus 73 fro Piazza San Babila 
From the City: Piazza San Babila Line, ATM bus 73
Malpensa | Airport Links – City of Milan Linate and Malpensa airports:
From the Airport: Malpensa Shuttle. For information and schedules, visit www.malpensashuttle.it website
From the City: Central Station: Malpensa Shuttle (Bus). For information and schedules, visit the website: 
Piazza Cadorna FNM - Ferrovie Nord train "Malpensa Express". For information and schedules, visit the website: www.ferrovienord.it

 

GETTING TO MILAN BY CAR

Although we would like to advise against it for reasons of sustainability, Milan is also accessible through the system of highways and expressways or city ring roads. You can take any of expressway exits indicating the center of Milan and then get around the city. We recommend using a sat nav or smartphone and park where possible and use public transport! Download here the map of the city and public transport here. To plan your journey by public transport you can use the ATM service http://www.atm-mi.it/it/giromilano/Pagine/default.aspx or look on the App.

HOW TO GO AROUND MILAN AND HOW TO GET TO THE SITE UNDERGROUND

Tube is the quickest way by public access around Milan. Download here the map of the metropolitan transport system in Milan. To plan your journey by public transport instead you can use the ATM service GiroMilano or search the App to get his take on the exhibition site the MM1 red line towards Rho Fiera. 

BY BIKE

The fastest and most environmentally friendly way to turn Milan is definitely the bike. At the following link you can find a map of the cycle paths of BikeMi, bike sharing of the Municipality of Milan. In view of the EXPO 2015 there will be a bike sharing service integrated with pedal assistance

TOURISM IN MILAN

If you would like more information on the initiatives in progress or what not to miss during your visit to Milan, visit Milan is tourism 
 

GETTING TO MILAN

The city of Milan is located in Lombardy, on the border with Switzerland. Below is a list of means of transport to get to the city. Possibly choose the most environmentally friendly means!