Fiera Milano is devided in two exhibition venues: FieraMilano (Rho) and Fiera Milano City
Fiera Milano City
- International Trade Fairs - Fiera Milano City
The traditional exhibition center Fiera Milano City is located in the heart of Milan and also after the construction of the new exhibition center Fiera Milano venue for trade fairs, such as the numerous fashion shows in Milan and consumer expositions.
In the 90s, the new halls 14, 15 and 16 (entrance Portello) have been reconstructed into modern service points.
The 4 pavilions for the fashion shows and 27 spaces and 38 meeting rooms for 20 to 2000 people offer best conditions for non-technical fairs.
Fiera Milano City benefits from it’s strategic location in the city of Milan
East Gate (Porta Est), where the Red subway line arrives (Rho Fiera Milano stop)
West Gate (Porta Ovest), by the multi-storey car parks
South Gate (Porta Sud), the most convenient entrance for the convention centre, service centre and Fiera Milano offices
It is possible to book at Fiera Milano exhibition sites rooms for meeting, conventions and workshops, Catering on request.
Eating and Drinking
- 10 snack bars
- 3 self service areas
- Restaurant with table service on the second floor of pavilion 2
- On the roofs of pavilions 2 and 4 there are 800 parking spaces for visitors.
- Parking area in Scarampo avenue, in front of pavilion 3
Map of Milan with Attractions
How to get to Fiera Milano City
Getting to Milan and Public Transports
The Underground Red line (line 1), station Lotto-fieramilanocity, then bus 78 to Govone (Colleoni-fieramilanocity).
We recommend to leave your car at one of the park and rides areas and the the underground to fieramilanocity.
Park and ride:
- Lampugnano (line 1 - red underground)
- Bisceglie (line 1 - red underground)
- Molino Dorino (line 1 - red underground)
- Cascina Gobba (line 2 - green underground)
- Famagosta (line 2 - green underground)
- San Donato (line 3 - yellow underground)
From the train stations Milan Stazione Centrale, Lambrate and Garibaldi Station, take the underground line 2 (green line) towards Abbiategrasso - change at Cadorna-Triennale station to the subway line 1 (red line) toward Lotto-fieramilanocity.
From the Cadorna Station take line 1 (red line) towards Lotto-fieramilanocity.
From Linate Airport take the bus line 73 to Piazza San Babila, then take the underground line 1 (red line) towards Lotto-fieramilanocity.
A bus transfer is available during the events. Boarding-landing at the airport: Domestic Arrivals; Boarding at the fairground: within fieramilanocity fairground. Landing at the fairground: near exhibition entrances.
From Malpensa Airport to the Malpensa Express train every 30 minutes to Milano Cadorna Station. From Cadorna Station by underground line 1 (red line) towards Lotto-fieramilanocity.
Milan Airport Private Arrival Transfer
Duration: 60 minutes
Who wants to arrive in a foreign country after a long flight and battle the local public transport system? Take the hassle out of arriving into Milan by prebooking your Milan Airport Private Arrival Transfer before you leave. Be delivered directly to the door of your hotel for the most relaxing start to your holiday.
Milan Airport Private Departure Transfer
Duration: 45 minutes
You have seen the sites, indulged in lovely Italian food, and shopped to your hearts content. Regrettably it is time to leave the cosmopolitan city of Milan, why make the day harder than it has to be. Prebook your Milan Airport Private Departure Transfer to ensure a smooth departure from your hotel for your flight home.
Map of the fairground Fiera Milano City
City Life Project
Part of the old exhibition center has been transformed in a new city project:
The CityLife Milano project, in occasion of the EXPO Milano 2015, has transformed part of the old trade center into a "green ray" from Sempione Park to Portello Exhibition center.
On 170,000 mq, there has been constructed a residential and business district and more than 50% of the area has been transformed into a park.
The project has been designed by architects Arata Isozaki, Daniel Libeskind and Zaha Hadid.